I’ve come to a place along my yogic path where I’d like to introduce and inspire others in discovering the benefits of a yoga practice. If you have a desire to feel better emotionally and physically, create more balance in your life through awareness of your mind and your body and an empowering connection to your true self/others, I invite you into flexibility and awareness of mind, body, and soul. And whether you are a beginner, a teacher, or advanced practitioner, my door is open to anyone willing to flow, pose, breath, and grow with a supportive community.

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About Dee Ann

I feel blessed to have the opportunity to be a part of your yoga practice. I feel my chosen path is to introduce and inspire others in discovering the physical and underlying benefits of yoga. Do you have a desire to feel better emotionally and physically, create more balance in your life, awareness of your own body, love yourself and your body, and build an empowering connection to your true self and others? I invite you to my public classes or my one-on-one sessions with the opportunity to increase flexibility and mindfulness in your mind, body, and soul.

Fitness has always been a huge passion of mine. I believe we are all meant to be active and move our bodies. The first time I stepped onto a yoga mat I fell in love with the practice. At first, I was drawn to the physical aspect of how challenging yoga is. As I continued to practice not only did I become more flexible and strong, but I began to feel a shift in my mental and spiritual experiences with much more balance and mindfulness. Yoga truly has changed my life and continues to every day. Yoga has taught me to love myself and sit quietly with my own soul.

I invite you to join me and create your own practice. I want you to fall in love with your workout!  You will find my classes super fun and full of movement. Yoga is not just a workout-it’s a chance to create, let go, connect and sweat with intention.  I invite you to grab a mat and join this loving tribe!


Infrared Heat


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Vinyasa Flow Classes

A Vinyasa flow class which moves you through a series of postures that are drawn from a variety of yoga styles connecting movement with the breath as you improve strength, flexibility, and balance. The instructors will teach modifications as well as options to take postures to a new level. The calories will burn away as you sweat and move through each of these poses. Temperatures can range from 85-95 degrees. Mat, towel, and water recommended.

*door opens 15 minutes before class + closes 3 minutes after class start time.

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Yoga For Stiff People (Beginners Welcome)

Can’t touch your toes? Haven’t even seen them for a while? Don’t do yoga? This is the perfect class for you! We’ll take a gentle and slightly modified approach to learn the foundations of yoga, and learn safe ways to strengthen and gain increased flexibility through a wide range of effective postures. This class is ideal for everyone from strong athletes with bulky/short muscles to those with joint replacements or injuries, to yogis who appreciate a slower and more detailed pace.

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