Find all of our regularly ongoing classes here. Please check the calendar for cancellations, or contact your instructor.
Instructor info can be found on the calendar under each class.
- 5:00-7:00pm THE PRACTICE~ An intermediate asana led practice with Anna Ourusoff. Once a month on Monday 5-7pm (go to the calendar page or click here. Look for "The Practice" on Mondays of any month on the calendar to find which Monday. Feel free to contact Anna to double check: email@example.com)
A 2 hour intermediate led yoga practice, embodying principles of loving kindness, uncovering the intrinsic goodness within us, and leading us to express our inner radiance. This practice will move us through some fundamentals, gearing toward some more challenging variations using the Anusara Universal Principles of Alignment. Class cards do not apply. $18
7:30- 8:45am EARLY BIRD ALL LEVELS FLOW with Anna Ourusoff
Yoga asanas, postures or shapes invite us to ask potent questions about ourselves and how we are being in life, in our bodies, in our minds, in our hearts, with ourselves, with each other, and with life...When we approach asana as sacred inquiry, we discover that our attitude of being open in wonder and curiosity is a place of immense magic and power that begins to set us free into the deepest truth of who we really are. In this class we explore and apply elegant bio-mechanical alignment principles in a playful sequence of movements that challenge and invite us to open mind, body, and heart to our day, inspired, willing and desiring to explore the deepest layers of ourselves. All levels welcome. Drop in $15. Monthly passes available if you commit to the month. Contact Anna: 406-600-7565 firstname.lastname@example.org
- 10:00-11:30am WISDOM WARRIORS YOGA with Sandy Knapp
-For anyone 55 and over- A Special Class Designed for Extraordinary People!
-Intention: Body Awareness, Alignment/Posture, Strength, Balance, Range of Motion (flexibility)
Relaxation through Breath & Meditation, Shared Wisdom, Fun!
This is “functional” yoga designed to enhance the quality of life as we grow older. No previous yoga experience is necessary. You do not have to be able to stand straight and touch your toes! You will safely progress at your own pace. Classes are ongoing each Tuesday from 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. The last class of each month is a restorative practice. Classes are by registration on day 1. Packages of 4 are available for the best rate: $45.00 to be used within 3 months; $40.00 for people over 65 yrs of age. When 4 consecutive classes are attended, the 5th session is FREE! Drop-ins are always welcome. Prices are: $15.00 per class; $12.00 for 65 & over. First-timers pay $5.00 just to check it out. Anyone already established earns 1 free class for every guest he/she brings in!
To register ahead and/or for more information please call Sandy Knapp: (406) 539-5955.
P.S. See the April/May edition of AARP Magazine for “21 Reasons to Do Yoga”!
- 12-1:30pm QI GONG with Cis Hager
Fall & Winter Classes starting October 10th-Don't miss out! Please welcome the return of this lovely lady and her expertise in this ancient art
- 10:00-11:00 am~SEASONAL SLOW FLOW with Danielle Nicholas
This welcoming yoga class supports the body systems that can use a little extra boost during the holidays and late Fall/Winter!
Through asanas (postures) and pranayama, we will focus on immune, lymph, digestive and nervous system health. Give yourself a glow with seasonal slow flow! Beginners welcome.
Classes run November 8-December 13 (no class on November 22)
$40 for the series. $10 drop-in.
For more information/questions contact Danielle at 406-581-9101 (call/text) or
Danielle Nicholas is a lifelong teacher, student, and yogini. She is a 200-hour RYT (registered yoga teacher) working towards her 500-hour RYT at the “Soul of Yoga” in Encinitas, CA. Danielle loves working with every body to encourage fullest expression of the human experience.
- 9:00-10:30am THE ESSENCE OF YOGA and its Therapeutic Applications with Anna Ourusoff
Yoga asanas, postures or shapes invite us to ask potent questions about ourselves and how we are being in life, in our bodies, in our minds, in our hearts, with ourselves, with each other, and with life...When we approach asana as sacred inquiry, we discover that our attitude of being open in wonder and curiosity is a place of immense magic and power that begins to set us free into the deepest truth of who we really are. In this class, we explore the essence of yoga postures to re-pattern our bodies and move towards freedom from pain. Using bio-mechanical principles of alignment, we will discover new pathways to experience physical and emotional well being. Beginners welcome. This class is by registration though you are welcome to drop in. Space is limited. Drop in $15/ seniors pay $12 . Monthly passes available if you commit to the month. Call or email Anna with any questions or concerns: 406-600-7565 email@example.com
- 5:30-6:30pm YOGA IS FOR EVERY ONE! with Heather West
For those seeking a practice that focuses more on the philosophies of yogic principles both on and off the mat, and understanding basic fundamentals of how our bodies move, with attention to alignment and foundation. A great practice for those just being introduced to yoga for the first time, or the experienced practitioner seeking refinement in their practice. Class cards available. Drop-ins are also welcome. See the calendar for more details. For more information, go to www.hwyogawellness.com, or call Heather at 406-595-2595.
- NEW CLASS!! 5:30-6:45 pm SNOWGA ~Yoga for Snow Lovers with Margaret Elliot
First class starting October 6th
Margaret is a Baptiste Power Yoga style RYT-200 who focuses on linking breath with movement and leading a powerful vinyasa practice in which every student has the freedom to express themselves. She strives to deliver classes that are physically challenging enough to get students out of their heads and tuned into their bodies, so students leave feeling connected and refreshed. Margaret believes that yoga is a gift that everyone should give themselves and is excited to continue sharing the practice with others. Outside of yoga, Margaret enjoys cooking healthy food and spending time in nature with friends and family!
Join Margaret in this all levels vinyasa class designed to help build lean muscle, improve balance, and increase flexibility in order to prepare for winter snow sports! You will flow through sun salutations to warm up, hold poses to increase leg and core strength, and end with restorative poses meant to calm and reset the body and mind. Learn breathing practices and yoga poses that you can incorporate into your snow sport warm-ups and cool-downs to avoid injury and improve posture and alignment. All are welcome! No registration necessary! Drop in $15, 5 class pass $50. $5 off your first class!! Contact Margaret for more information at (401) 529-4221 or firstname.lastname@example.org