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Mondays: 5:30- 6:30 pm

Beginners Yoga 

This class is designed to teach the basics to anyone willing to learn. We will focus on building each pose from its foundation, gaining strength, and cooling down. We will hold some longer stretches to create long, lean muscle. The pace of this class moves slowly, paying attention to principles of alignment and breathing. This class includes centering and savasana!


Kelly Dougherty

Warrior One

Tuesdays: 12-12:45 pm

Lunchtime Express Flow

Take a break mid-day to bend, stretch and fire up your mind and body! This power floe class will get your moving quickly and increase your heart rate, all within 45 minutes. We will always wind down with savanna at the end of class but that doesn't mean class will be easy. If you are looking to challenge yourself physically and mentally, this class is for you. get ready to move, breath and feel refreshed in the middle of your week!


Erin Shiner

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Mondays: 9:00-10:00 am

Therapeutic Yoga

Therapeutic Yoga is a

particularly effective practice for those recovering from, or living with, injury or illness. Therapeutic Yoga combines restorative yoga (supported postures), gentle yoga, breathwork, and guided meditation techniques in such a way that it is an excellent choice for those who need something gentle yet effective for bringing the body into balance and reducing stress. Therapeutic Yoga is a deeply meditative experience – it provides the opportunity to step away from the busy-ness of the outside world and access the deeper wisdom that resides within us.

Accessible to all bodies and everybody, all you need is an open mind! All poses are gentle and passive, using props to create a sense of comfort, openness, and release in the body.


Sheila Lehman

Yoga Class

Thursdays: 7-8 pm

Slow Yoga & Meditation

Traditional yoga teaches how valuable it is to spend time quieting all the stimulation, chatter, noise and distraction that can fill our senses. This practice of quieting and drawing in invites the practitioner to listen to themselves through gentle movements and a focus on the breathe to bring clarity and peace. This class includes movement and seated meditation practice!


Heather Hatcher

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January 21st 1-2:30pm

Aerial Yoga Workshop

Class Description:

Aerial Yoga uses breath, guided movement and the aerial hammock to provide a safe environment for each student to explore balancing postures, back bending and inversions with ease. We use the basic principles of our yoga postures to create similar shapes and stretches. If you practice yoga regularly many of the poses will feel familiar and the hammock will bring you a new awareness for your practice. All experience level are welcome, but some basic yoga experience is encouraged.

Cost: $30

Limited Spaces Available!


Kelly Dougherty

Meditation Class

Every other Tuesday: 

7:00-7:45 pm

Meditation- All Levels

This class that will include about 20 minutes of active meditation, followed by a brief discussion! All experience levels are welcome!



Sheila Lehman

Stretch with Block


9:30-10:30 am

Beginners Alignment Based Yoga

Alignment Based Yoga focuses more on attention to detail than attention to movement. We intentionally set up each pose from the base and focus on aligning the bones. When the bones are aligned the wear and tear of gravity on our joints is much less. Alignment Based Yoga is all about forming new habits in our body and creating more intelligent movement in the muscle tissues and skin. This class is appropriate for all experience levels!

This class includes centering and savasana!


Kelly Dougherty


Mondays: 8:00-8:30 pm

Inversion Playtime

This 30-minute session is a part of the Warm Yoga class before it! In order to participate you need to attend the Warm Yoga class before, so that your mind and body are ready for the inversion poses.

In this class we will work on drills to strength our inversion practice and spend lots of time upside-down! We will also be using props to help our body and mind overcome challenges that arise. Each 30 minute session will include multiple inversions including headstand, headstand, forearm stand, shoulder stand & more! You do not need to have these as part of your practice to join in on class, we will help you learn safe and accessible ways to try these poses!


Kelly Dougherty

Ashtanga Yoga

Wednesdays: 6-7 pm

Yin Yoga

Yin is a passive, transformative style of yoga that asked participants to hold postures for an extended period of time. The longer hold of poses is done primarily on the mat in seated or lying down postures. Yin yoga helps strengthen, lengthen and provide therapeutic release to joints, muscles, ligaments, facia, and other connective tissues.

The main purpose of Yin yoga is to provide grounding, as you learn to tune out the daily grind and focus on slowing down, breathing and listening to your body, you will learn to totally surrender, your mind and body to your practice!


Becca Bonagura

Laughing Yoga


9:00-10:00 am

Saturday Beginners Yoga

This class combines yoga postures, breath work, and some light meditation. Poses may be approached in gradual steps giving time to focus on the breath and alignment. The class is designed to softly awaken and stretch out the body so that the practice feels good.

This class will focus on alignment and basic issues in a physical body ie: neck pain, low back pain, spinal range of movement. This class is available to any level of experience or ability! 


Erin Shiner



7:00-7:45 am

Wake Up & Flow Yoga

This flow class is for ALL BODIES & all skill levels. Start your day with intention and ease as we move through variations of Surya Namaskar (Sun Salutations) to wake up the body and mind! Following the breath as you move, you will feel refreshed and ready for anything! props will be incorporated to allow the body to open and release more fully into the poses!



Sheila Lehman

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10:15-11 am

Reiki Energy Healing

Each class will begin with the practitioner asking questions and finding what the client is looking for or in need of. Students will be led through a brief relaxation practice before the energy work is done!

Reiki is a Japanese form of energy healing designed to balance and heal the energy centers in the body. It can be administered hands on or hands off. Reiki will always serve for it’s highest good. 


Benefits of Reiki:

Speeds up the body's natural healing ability

Assists in eliminating anxiety during transitions/challenges

Reduces fear, anger and sadness

...and many more

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Wrenn Kilmartin

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Mondays: 7:00- 8:00 pm

Warm Flow

Our most physically challenging yoga class at Yoga on Main. Open to anyone willing to push themselves, give it their all, and at the same time honor and listen to their body!

Benefits of Warm Yoga:

-It can help you detoxify by requiring you to drink more fluids. By drinking plenty of water, your gastrointestinal, urinary, and cardiovascular systems will work far better, naturally detoxifying tissues and cells and clear the waste more readily from the body.

-You can burn more calories due to an increased heart rate and metabolism.

-The blood flow to your arms and legs is increased, delivering more oxygenated blood to the muscles.

-Muscle tone and flexibility can be improved.

-Stress is relieved, and you feel better about yourself!

We will take a short break if you would like to leave before our 30min Inversion Class!


Kelly Dougherty


Fridays: 7-8 am

Expressive Yoga

Expressive Yoga is a hatha (Ha=Sun & Tha=Moon) based yoga practice with a deep resounding emphasis on "Sounding of the Breath" to open and strengthen the throat chakra, enhancing expression of the voice, while exploring "Serpentine Asana Flow" to awaken, open, strengthen, and invigorate the body's natural energy. The soft, slow, fluid, and circular movements with seamless transitions make the practice perfect for advanced beginners through advanced students.


Sheila Lehman

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Thursdays: 5:30-6:30 pm

Core Barre

Core Barre is a system of movement designed to create strength, flexibility, and a balanced body. It is based on elements of classical Pilates, Ballet & Athletic Conditioning. It consists of high-energy but low-impact and effective exercises that strengthen all muscles and re-program the body to move in the way it was originally designed to. These movements change our bodies in such a way that does not cause injury or further promote imbalances.

The 55-minute class not only burns fat but also produces an effective and safe way to beautifully lengthen & strengthen the entire body.
CORE BARRE is suitable for all fitness levels, regardless of age or ability.



Amanda Brewer

Hip Hop Class


5:30-6:30 pm


Zumba is an hour class where you can dance off the stress of you day, have fun, all while working out. This class welcomes all levels so you don’t need to know any steps or dances to participate in the class. Natalie makes it very easy to follow along and try different rhythms. Join us for fun and fitness!



Natalie Lopez Williams

Yoga Stretch

Every other Tuesday: 

7:00-7:45 pm

Yoga Basics

Build a lifelong yoga practice by developing a strong foundation. Each class will focus on an asana (pose) or series of asanas, and will include a short discussion on the asana's purpose. Props & hands-on assistance will be provided as desired by each student. This class is perfect for the beginner student as well as any experienced practitioner wishing to deepen their practice & understanding of various poses.



Sheila Lehman

Tai Chi


8-9 am

Tai Chi

The class will include… instruction on proper body stance, alignment; katas and learning new movements; as well as a brief cool down. There will always be time for questions or review of the movements from class.


This practice will improve your balance and body alignment and establish a balanced flow and energy. This class is low impact and appropriate for any experience level.

Tai Chi in Motion

Larry Pardun

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