Transformative Tuesdays 

All therapeutic classes occur at

Yoga is Therapy 

 2921 E Fort Lowell Ste 103

Classes are on Tuesdays from 6:00-7:30pm

These classes will be ending in October.

Final class will be on September 24th

Drop in cost $15


Restorative yoga with Yoga Nidra 

1st Tuesday of each month

Yoga Nidra is a powerful meditation technique of learning to relax consciously. It allows for the release of old belief systems and creates new neural pathways, working within the subconscious mind to create a joy filled life. Restorative yoga activates the parasympathetic nervous system, allowing for deep cellular healing and rejuvenation of the body. This class includes an extended yoga nidra practice with journaling and a couple of restorative poses.


Restorative Yoga with Yoga Nidra

2nd Tuesday of each month

Stress is the leading cause of disease (dis-ease). Restorative Yoga is an antidote for chronic stress as it allows the body to release deeply held tension. It soothes the nervous system, supports immune function, lengthens the breath, and increases vitality.  This class includes restorative yoga poses with a short yoga nidra practice.

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Peaceful Pelvis    

3rd Tuesday of each month

This class focuses on bringing awareness, stretching, and relaxation to the pelvic floor and supporting muscles. This class includes meditation, diaphragmatic breathing, gentle movement, and restorative poses. This class is appropriate for anyone experiencing pelvic pain or hypertonic pelvic concerns or simply wants to learn to connect to the root of their body.


Peaceful (PoweRful) Pelvis              

4th Tuesday of each month

A pelvic floor is ideally flexible, supple, and strong. It needs to be able to both fully relax and contract. This pelvic class includes awareness, stretching, stabilization, and strengthening of the pelvic floor and muscles that support the pelvis. This class is appropriate for anyone with hypotonic pelvic floor concerns, pelvic bowl instability, or for anyone who wishes to mindfully strengthen the pelvic floor muscles.