Studio etiquette - new and returning students, please turn off all electronic devices upon entering Citta the Soul. Leave personal belongings in the storage cubbies provided; these items (including shoes) should not enter the practice space. Avoid use of makeup, oils, colognes, and perfumes before practice. Please arrive 5-10 minutes before scheduled start time and use that time to begin to ground yourself for practice. Disruptive conversation is discouraged in the practice space. For the safety and peace of mind of our practicing students, doors will be locked once practice begins.

Grounding Motion for the Soul

Monday 6:30-7:30 p.m.


In our grounding movement beginner class, we will give you a good foundation in physical alignment with introduction to basic yoga poses, breathing techniques, and overall mindfulness.  Variations to more advanced postures are offered in this practice to keep yogis of all levels challenged.  Basic movement doesn't necessarily mean easy!

All levels welcome!


Hatha Motion for the Soul

Sunday 6:00-7:15 p.m.


Fast paced Hatha flow class that guides students through 40 minutes of flowing movement, then eases into a slow surrender with 20 minutes of restorative postures.  This is a Level II class where students will strengthen their foundation in common yoga postures.

Level II and III

Power Motion for the SOUL


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Fast paced Vinyasa flow class that blends focus, balance, and flexibility with deep core breathing and strength-building asana.  Students should have a good foundation in asana practice, and intention to grow through continuous challenging motion.  The pace is meant to keep moving your comfortable edge.

Level II and III

Relax & Restore the Soul




Revitalize the body by increasing circulation to the organs and calm the nervous system through fully supported postures.  This practice is entirely at floor level.  Each posture is fully supported by props and held for 5 to 10 minutes to allow all internal noise to dissipate.  Focus is on finding stillness in the mind.

All levels welcome!

Slow Motion for the Soul

Tuesday 6:00-7:00 p.m.


Slow motion is a gentle and slower paced class that will allow you to pay attention to your breath and connect to each movement.  The class is guided in a slow, gentle, restorative manner which is easily adaptable for those who consider themselves inflexible or new to yoga.  We will spend 60 minutes listening to great music while exploring breath, movement, meditation, and restorative postures. 

All levels welcome!

Sunrise Motion for the Soul

TBA 7:00-7:55 a.m.


Breath and body movement for the early risers.  Awaken the spine and focus the mind for the day ahead.  This class is a mix of Vinyasa, to strengthen and open the physical body, with meditation and breath work to steady the mind.  Students will establish strong foundation in balance and build strength through continuous motion Vinyasa is an athletic practice and is ideal for developing strength and endurance.

All levels welcome!

Vinyasa Motion for the Soul

Thursday 6:00-6:50 p.m.

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Faster pace practice.  Promotes movement guided by deep breathing.  Introduction to Sun Salutations and exploration of yoga asana with variations and modifications for all levels.  Students will establish strong foundation in balance and build strength through continuous motion. Arm balances and inversions are to be expected, along with strength-building postures like warriors, triangle, and side angles. Don't be scurred! We have props!!!

All levels welcome!

Yin Motion for the Athletic Soul

Thursday 7:00-8:00 p.m.

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Stretching and mindful breathing at a slower pace.  Each posture is held 5-7 minutes to allow time and gravity to take you deeper into the pose.  Emphasis is placed on finding the comfortable edge, and gently moving it forward. These sequences are primarily ground level. Weekly yin practice will greatly increase flexibility and improve balance and focus. .

This practice is especially beneficial to the athlete, the executive, and others subject to high-pressure and muscular tension

Levels II and III