Welcome to Inspire Studio! We offer a variety of classes including several styles of yoga, a couple Martial Arts classes, and workshops/events that are sure to enhance your life. Check our website occasionally to see what’s being offered or join our mailing list to receive monthly updates. The unique feature of our studio is that because the teachers rent out time slots, they are their own boss and set their own pricing, which is why our schedule changes pretty often and we don’t offer a pass that is studio wide. But don’t worry, with our low drop in and class pass rates, many students find it’s still easy to attend multiple teachers’ classes. If you have questions about a particular class, look on the teachers page to get the info to contact a teacher directly. Click here for more info. on renting our studio or for our list of studio policies/etiquete.
All of our classes are ongoing (unless otherwise specified) and drop-ins are welcome, so you don't have to register ahead of time. Just show up 5-10 minutes early to fill out your waiver and to get set up. We have mats available to use free of charge.
• Bob’s Monday morning beginning Tai Chi class now starts at 9:00 am instead of 10:00 am.
• Ruby will be returning to teach most of her classes starting in July! See schedule for details.
• Both the Thurs. yoga-in-depth and Friday Beginner Friendly Flow classes have been discontinued.
New Ongoing Classes:
Taught by: Christopher Horner
When: Friday 5:30-7:00 pm
Discover Svaroopa! The Bliss of your own True Form.
Svaroopa yoga focuses on opening the spine. It is a gentle style of yoga that releases and relaxes the muscles in the back to open up the flow of energy.
Svaroopa yoga has been described as a non-athletic form of yoga because of its subtle, gentle approach. The practice includes the use of props, such as blankets and blocks, to assist with the poses. There are also a lot of hands-on adjustments by the yoga instructor.
The term, svaroopa, comes from the Sanskrit sva, meaning “the self,” and roopa, meaning “form.” It translates to “the bliss of your own being” in English.
Pricing: $20 for first 3 classes - (expires in 3 months),$10 Drop-in*, $45 for 5 class-pass - (expires in 3 months), $85 for 10 class pass (expires in 6 months), *No one is turned away for lack of funds
Taught by: Mandy King
When: Sunday July 31st 6:30-8:00pm, and Saturday October 1st 6:30-8:00pm
Price: $10 cash or check
Description: Celebrate your creative feminine power in our women's New Moon Circle! Gathered together, our combined energy supports and empowers each other while strengthening our community as a whole. Joyfully working with the rhythms of the Moon aligns us to our natural grace and flow as women and brings us into harmony with the cycles of life, death and rebirth. With a little shaman magic, kundalini yoga, sacred movement, music, chanting and meditating, we will nurture and enliven our intentions, dreams and desires. Bring a journal to record your New Moon Wishes and plan to stay for tea, snacks and friendship.
Taught by: Jane Sibbett
When: Sunday August 28th
Price: $30 General Admission,
$15 Students, Elders, Vets
Description: During a Dancing Hands session with Jane some of have reported being healed from everything from chronic pain, Lyme, broken bones, depression, insomnia, migraines and addictions and more, while others reported “the best high I’ve ever had -- and I’ve done a lot of drugs” Or have said, “This is so fun. Healing should be fun!” “Jane replaced my knee and took away all my pain – with her dancing hands.” Come for two hours of pure Source energy immersion as Jane Sibbett’s hands dance forward your perfect potential. You don’t have to be a dancer - simply bring a mat and an open heart for joy. For more info check out Jane’s website here!
Taught by: Jennifer Given-Helms
When: Tuesdays from 1:30-3:30pm, September 13th – November 1st
Pricing: $195 for the series with scholarships available on a limited basis. Please register online at http://communityofmindfulparenting.com/register.html.
Description: Listening Mothers groups offer a space for mothers and babies to connect in community, learn mindful based skills to reduce stress and encourage balance, and create supports for this tender time. Lead by counselor and facilitator Jennifer Given-Helms, you will be guided to discover your own internal wisdom, deepen your knowledge on parent/child attachment and how to relate them to your child, and develop skills in self-regulation, self-compassion and emotional development.
About Jennifer: Crossing the threshold into becoming a mother is an intense and wonderful time. I love supporting mother-baby dyads through this tender time and the opportunities for growth, grace, and healing that arise. In my private counseling practice, I support mothers and children with a focus on mindful parenting, post partum adjustment and compassionate self care, parenting while living with a chronic condition, parenting a child with chronic health and/or special needs, and navigating family transitions. I am also honored to hold space as a Listening Mothers facilitator. I am excited to share this experience with you and the precious being who has come into your life.
“Put your ear down close to your soul and listen hard.”
Taught by: Ruby Koa
When: Saturday September 17th 6:30-8:00pm
Price: Ruby’s Reg. class rates apply. ($7 for new students, $12 drop in, or you can use your current class package)
Description: Let your intentions be magnified with other women as we open our bodies with yoga & movement to prepare for deep meditation. This event serves as a great opportunity to gather together with other like-minded women to celebrate and tap into our powerful feminine energy and to deepen our understanding and relationship to the cycles of the moon.
Lots of snacks and tea are available afterwards so plan to stay for a bit!
Taught by: Brent Kuecker
When: September 24th-25th and Octobor 8th-9th
Total training (24 hours) : 396.00
Per weekend (12 hours) : 212.00
Per day (6 hours) : 108.00
Per class (3 hours) : 60.00
Visit Brent’s website for more info. and to register.
Weekend 1: September 24/25: Yoga Immersion Studies
Saturday September 24
12:30-3:30 : Engaging the Heart of Yoga
Why Practice? And what? What does the Yoga tradition have to offer and where can it meet the wants and needs of your life today? Ignite your vision for practice and purpose.
- Lecture, journaling, Asana, contemplation, meditation, vision building, discussion.
4:30-7:30 : Alignment Principles I
Put your vision to work through principle action. Learn primary flows of energy and action for alignment in Yoga poses.
- Asana, lecture, contemplation, journaling
Sunday September 25
12:30-3:30 : Significance and Service
In the search for significance, service is a map. Building Context for Yoga practice as a lifestyle & refining your purpose.
- Lecture, journaling, Asana, contemplation, meditation, reflection, discussion
4:30-7:30 : Alignment Principles II
Self expression from the inside out. Learn secondary flows and refinements of energy and action for alignment in Yoga poses.
- Asana, lecture, contemplation, journaling
Weekend 2: October 8/9: Teacher Training Studies
Saturday October 8
12:30-3:30 : Instructing General Form / Entrance and Exit for Yoga Poses
Learn simple, concise and effective language to talk people in and out of common Yoga poses.
- Asana games, group work, language skills, visual skills
4:30-7:30 : Verbal/Physical Adjustments for Common Misalignments in Yoga Poses
In addition to keeping people safe, learn to enhance the life affirming effects of Yoga poses and give people a new experience of their capability and enjoyment in Life on and off the mat.
- Asana games, group work, language skills, voice work, touch skills
Sunday October 9
12:30-3:30 : Action and Alignment
Learn to give what is wanted and needed for alignment in Yoga poses with kindness, compassion, and generosity.
- Visual assessment, verbal skills, voice work
4:30-7:30 : Theming and Genuine Heart Language for Yoga Classes
Learn to connect with people through speaking with authenticity and confidence from your Yogic vision and life experience. - Journaling, contemplation, group work, voice work, practical application