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Stay Tuned for Exciting Happenings at Yoga Lab!

We’ll fill this page with upcoming events, workshops, celebrations, potluck dinners, movie nights, and more!  At Yoga Lab we value education, and we’re always excited to continue to learn.  We also value community, and enjoy opportunities to get together even outside of asana classes.

What are you interested in?  Let us know!

Yoga Benefitting THON: Dec 10

November 17th, 2017|Comments Off on Yoga Benefitting THON: Dec 10

Come to join Laura Van Velsor

Intro to Yoga Workshop: Nov 14 – Dec 12

November 11th, 2017|Comments Off on Intro to Yoga Workshop: Nov 14 – Dec 12

Intro to Yoga with Laura is

200-hr Yoga Teacher Training Info Meeting: Nov 6

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Want to Be a Yoga Teacher?

Intro to Chanting Workshop: Dec 3

Cost: $30 (Yoga Lab Members get 10% off) When: Sunday Dec 3, 2017 1-3pm CLICK HERE TO REGISTER This 2

Yoga Benefitting THON: Dec 10

Come to join Laura Van Velsor at Yoga Lab for Yoga benefitting THON. Supported by National Student Speech Language and

Intro to Yoga Workshop: Nov 14 – Dec 12

Intro to Yoga with Laura is a 5-week workshop designed for individuals with little or no yoga experience. This small-class

200-hr Yoga Teacher Training Info Meeting: Nov 6

Want to Be a Yoga Teacher? Check Out the 200-Hour Teacher Training! Come to the Info Session! Come and meet the teachers,

FREE Prenatal Yoga: Nov 4

Kristen is teaching a Free Prenatal Yoga Class! Saturday Nov 4th 3:00-4:30pm at Yoga Lab!! Note: Must be pregnant to attend

Halloween Special Glowga–Flow in the Dark!: Oct 31

Hello Friends, HAPPY HALLOWEEN!!!!! Come celebrate with two special fun and funky Glow-in-the-Dark Flow-in-the-Dark Halloween Glowga Classes!   Tuesday 10/31 5:45

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“Get smart in your yoga!”
Lara Heimann
“When we do not limit ourselves to one way of knowing, or one vocabulary, or one set of lenses through which to look, when we purposefully expand our horizon of inquiry and curiosity, we can take delight in all the various ways we have of knowing something.”
John Kabat-Zinn, Coming to Our Senses