CLASSES

Yumcha Yoga offers classes for everyone — from absolute beginners to seasoned yogis.
To keep things fresh, we also regularly organize special workshops and one-off classes, with guest teachers too!
Don’t forget to check out our special 200-hour teacher training program, The Kauśala Method!

We offer a variety of different yoga classes, some of which are a blend of different styles, for every level of practitioner, from beginners to experienced yogis. We also try to keep things fresh for our student by organizing special workshops and series.

Community Classes by Donation

Open level flow/vinyasa class with up-and-coming certified yoga teachers.  Suggested donation is $5 and this is a cash only class.   Beginner friendly class that's open to everyone.

Open Flow

Also known as vinyasa yoga, this is the most popular style of yoga in the US and beyond.  Great for those looking for deeper strength and flexibility with a focus on connecting movement with breath. The practice is a dynamic flow between poses. Practitioners will find heat generated through the movement between poses and their core strength engaged. Open level class for both beginners and seasoned practitioners.  *Suitable for beginners & seasoned practitioners

 

 

Candlelit Slow Flow

Slower paced class focusing on mindful movement connecting with the breath leading to deeper relaxation at the end.  The room is dimly lit with candles to enhance relaxation response.  *Suitable for beginners & seasoned practitioners.

Yin Yoga

Slower paced class focusing on mindful movement connecting with the breath leading to deeper relaxation at the end.  The room is dimly lit with candles to enhance relaxation response.  *Suitable for beginners & seasoned practitioners.

Yin-Yang Flow

Suitable for those who want a slower, deeper practice with a focus on the connective tissue in the joints: shoulders, knees, hips. Especially if you have a Yang physical practice from lifting weights, sports, Power yoga, Yin yoga will work on the connective tissue that doesn’t often get stretched in Yang practice. The class begins with a flow sequence to warm up the body and then Yin poses where each position is held for a few minutes so that the practice goes deep into your connective tissue and deep in your joints to provide relief and healing.  *Suitable for beginners & seasoned practitioners