Lifteaston Studio Yoga Classes

Vinyasa Flow: Vinyasa yoga, is movement synchronized to the breath. The name encompasses  a broad range of yoga classes. The style is sometimes also called flow yoga, because of the smooth way that the poses run together and become like a dance. The breath becomes an important component because the teacher will instruct you to move from one pose to the next on an inhale or an exhale. Mixed-Level follows the foundation of vinyasa practice, with emphasis on safe alignment and breath to help us flow from posture to posture. Mixed level classes are accessible for students new to yoga or those coming back from injuries, as well as students with steady yoga practices who want to work towards the edge of their balance, endurance, strength, and flexibility. (Open to all levels.)

Yoga Basics

When you’re brand new to yoga, it can feel intimidating and be difficult to know exactly where and how to get started.

This class will build a strong foundation for your yoga practice. It is appropriate for those who are new to yoga as well as experienced yogis who enjoy a strength building, alignment focused class. We will learn basic postures and alignment, as well as how to use props to keep your body safe. We will also learn basic breathing techniques and how to transition your "yoga" off the mat and into your everyday life!


Hatha is a general category that includes most yoga styles. It is an old system that includes the practice of asanas (yoga postures) and pranayama (breathing exercises), which help bring peace to the mind and body, preparing the body for deeper spiritual practices such as meditation.Hatha yoga is the practice of uniting solar and lunar energies within the body. Hatha means “sun” (ha) and “moon” (tha). This class will focus on alignment through traditional asana and pranayama as a means to yoke the mind and body together. Open to all levels.

We accept payment for classes with credit cards, venmo, paypal and cash.


The goals of both yogic paths, yoga nidra and meditation are the same, a state of meditative consciousness called samadhi.

It is among the deepest possible states of relaxation while still maintaining full consciousness.



8:00 - 9:00am


This class is to inspire and motivate us to learn the valuable

benefits of breathing and breathing in Yoga poses.  All levels welcome

9:15 -10:45am    


How diaphragmatic breathing improves core strength

and  balance. Moving as we breathe expanding our

flexibility. lets get focused.

11:00 -12:00pm


Rest. Resting in Awareness. Life can be hard. iRest can help. iRest is a simple and accessible form of meditation designed for modern day living.          

Saturday   9:00 -10:30am  


We end the week bringing together a strong mix of breath techniques, warming up stretches and strong standing poses, with balance and inversions

Yoga Practice Schedule

Monday  9:00 -10:15am


This class is to inspire and motivate us to keep up with  

our practice. All levels welcome

5:30 - 6:45pm


Unwind your day by grounding. Learn to slow down to find alignment and balance. The intention is to discover by holding poses properly we build resilience in collaborating movement and stillness.


Tuesday  5:30 - 6:45pm


Unwind your day by grounding inward, finding stillness  

with breath awareness, warm up and flow from pose to pose  with intention, alignment and presence.

inhales and exhales. in poses, and finding improvement    

in balance.  

Thursday  5:30-6:45pm    


This class focuses on poses (Asanas) using core awareness for better balance, and core strength. Our Core is more than our bellies.                                                             

Yoga Class Tuition

• Drop in Class $10.00

• 10 card class pass $90 expires in three months from purchase date

• Monthly unlimited classes $75

• Private sessions $50 this is ideal for beginners as well as advanced students

• 5 private yoga sessions $225

• 10 private yoga sessions $475

About Yoga Classes

We are thrilled to announce our classes are now live at the studio. We are sanitized and very aware of every ones safety. Please bring your own yoga mat and blocks if you have them. Due to the continuous spread of the Corona Virus we still have all classes live on Zoom if you prefer to practice in the comfort of your own home.

To enroll in Zoom classes please email Michele at to be added to our daily link.


Suitable for all levels including complete beginners.  A strong but accessible physical practice with the intention of creating a moving meditation through focus on the breath. Classes combine detailed work on static postures to develop correct alignment, breath control and inner awareness with more flowing asana sequences for a cardio vascular workout. Practice closes with deep relaxation and meditation leaving you with an increased sense of calm. Classes are approached with a lightness and good humour which invites you to explore, play and grow.


Breathing is the only means of supplying our bodies and its various organs with oxygen which is vital for our survival. You will learn proper breathing and also practice breathing techniques in this class. Simple yoga movements are introduced as well as concepts of mindfulness concepts. Pranayama is one of the five parts of yoga.


A yoga of self inquiry exploring our true nature. Finding deep relaxation as you find the endless connection to spaciousness and equanimity and peace of mind.

Described as “dynamic sleep,” the Yoga Nidra practice allows the body to deeply relax while the mind stays inwardly alert. ... Yoga Nidra guides practitioners into the “hypnagogic state”—the threshold between alpha and theta waves—the knife's edge where the body “sleeps” while the mind is lucid. Both meditation and yoga nidra help activate the relaxation response and improve the functioning of your nervous system and endocrine system, which affects your hormones. Both meditation and yoga nidra help cells regenerate and repair, and both help decrease anxiety and improve your mood.


A form of yoga that seeks to achieve physical, mental and emotional relaxation with the aid of props. The use of props makes it easier for you to maintain balance while you are stimulating and relaxing your body.