What is it?

Aerial Yoga is a type of yoga which uses a hammock or yoga swing to allow participants to perform postures that they may not ordinarily be able to attempt on the yoga mat. MUST PRE-REGISTER & PAY IN ADVANCE.

BODYBALANCE™ is a new generation yoga class that will improve your mind, your body and your life.

Candlelight Yoga Relax and unwind with a Hatha/restorative type yoga. Restore your body, mind, and spirit in long holds and gentle movement. Allow yourself to let go in a serene, candlelit environment. 

Paddleboard Yoga is a floating yoga session that works breath & balance in a variety of poses & flows to find your center while gently rocking on the water's surface. Experience focused breathing, sun salutations, and beginner paddle board yoga poses. MUST PRE-REGISTER & PAY IN ADVANCE.

Yoga postures focus on correct alignment, strength building, range of motion, breathing techniques, and deep revitalizing relaxation.

Yoga Flex is gentle combination of flexibility moves including traditional yoga poses with an emphasis on balance, joint range of motion & core strengthening. End with a cool down relaxation.  

Yoga Tone is a class that focuses on postures and sequences which build strength and flexibility, guided by breath to leave you feeling calm and relaxed to start your day.


Find a Yoga Class

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FDL YMCA Yoga Group

Why should I try Yoga?

In our modern day culture, yoga offers an oasis of calm, steadiness and community.  Yoga has been in existence over 5,000 years with proven benefits:  balance of cardiovascular, respiratory and nervous systems, increased strength, range of motion, flexibility, focus and self awareness.

Yoga has been documented to decrease anxiety, depression, stress, physical aches and pains, and unhealthy lifestyle choices.

Yoga tips

If taking a yoga class for the first time, here are some guidelines:

What to bring - You can bring a water bottle, towel and yoga mat.  The studio does have mats, blocks and belts that you can use during class if you do not have your own.

What to wear - Your attire should be lightweight and comfortable and not too loose and should be able to stretch with you as you stretch.

Inform your instructor - If you have any injuries or concerns, let your instructor know prior to class.

Fitness - Yoga is for anyone trying to regain strength, muscle tone and increased flexibility.  You do not need to be flexible in order to start a yoga practice; that will come with time and continued practice.