Yoga is the practice of quieting the mind. - Patanjali
Yoga teaches us to cure what need not be endured and endure what cannot be cured. - B.K.S. Iyengar
New Class for Monday Evenings, 6:30-7:45pm. Welcome back Yin Yoga!
In this class, poses will be held for longer periods of time allowing for deep muscle and connective tissue release. Not to be confused with Restorative Yoga, which is also slow paced but very gentle and passive, there is more effort required in a Yin Yoga practice. You will work with your edges, you will go deeper. A great complement to a faster paced vinyasa practice. All levels welcome! Starts 4/13!
Class Pass Special
We will be offering our Class Pass Special during the month of April.
10 classes for $60
20 for $95
Our studio passes do not expire!
New Student Unlimited Monthly Passes now available!
If you or someone you know is interested in trying out some of our classes, this is a great opportunity. $30 for an unlimited month of yoga, good for any of our regularly offered classes.
The Yoga Space is in a beautifully restored building located in the heart of downtown Berea. We're minutes away from Interstates 71 and 480, and just a short stroll from anywhere on the Baldwin-Wallace campus. For special announcements and cancellations check our news/blog page, follow us on Pinterest, Twitter, or Google+.
We provide a welcoming and affordable space for students of all levels to grow and learn through the practice of yoga.
Enjoy intelligently sequenced passive yoga stretching for supreme self care. Through the creative use of props such as blankets, bolsters, and blocks, poses are practiced in a supported way allowing for a deep and meditative practice. We have some props available on a first come first serve basis, but if you have your own, please bring them! We use a lot in this class!
Rise and Shine
A blended style hatha vinyasa class designed to energize and align in for the day ahead.
Also referred to as flow yoga, hatha yoga poses are linked beautifully with the breath for a deep and moving practice that will leave you feeling warm, nourished, and renewed.
This class provides an opportunity to become familiar with the practice. Perfect for the curious beginner or a seasoned practitioner interested in revisiting and refining the basics. Bring a beginner’s mind.
With it’s foundation in a Hatha Vinyasa practice, this class draws inspiration from many different styles and sources.
Yoga for the People
Our donation based class. An offering intended to make practicing yoga more accessible. Come be part of this wonderful community of practitioners. Gathering every Sunday morning, all levels welcome, pay what you can.
The pace of a Yin Yoga practice is slow and meditative. More time is spent in poses allowing for deep stretching and release of tension in the muscles and connective tissue. The approach is quiet, contemplative, insightful. This particular class will have some yang, or active, aspects woven throughout to create a balanced experience. All levels welcome.
A slow, fluid, vinyasa practice that pairs mindful movement with the breath. Each class will conclude with a seated guided meditation. Led by mark Kaplafka. All levels welcome.
An easy going gentle Hatha Yoga practice. Perfect for those who are new to yoga, this class is a “lite” version of our Blended Style classes.
$10 Single Class
or $45 for 5 classes
$8 Students & Seniors
or $35 for 5 classes
Unlimited Monthly for $80
Yoga for the People! is our
donation based class.
We want to make yoga as accessible and affordable as we can.
Pay what you can.
33 East Bridge Street
Berea, Ohio 44017
Eileen 440.364.7602, Sarah 216.375.6898
Many people think that yoga is just stretching. But while stretching is certainly involved, yoga is really about creating balance in the body through developing both strength and flexibility.
The word Yoga comes from the Sanskrit word "Yuj" meaning to yoke, join or unite. In yoga, we are integrating all aspects of the individual - body with mind and mind with soul - to achieve a happy, balanced and useful life, and spiritually, uniting the individual with their unique and true self. So although the yoga poses themselves do not change, over time your relationship to them will.
YOUR FIRST CLASS
Wear comfortable clothing. We ask you be mindful of other students by not wearing perfume or other fragrance. Traditionally yoga is practiced on an empty stomach, 1-2 hours after a light snack and 3-4 hours after a heavy meal. Advise the teacher if you have any preexisting or current injuries or if you are pregnant. Bring your own yoga mat if you have one. We have studio mats and many props available for you to use as well. If you'd like to use a blanket you're welcome to bring one.
We believe that no matter your age or ability, everyone can benefit from yoga. It can be used to manage stress, recover from injuries or improve health and fitness. It can give one a philosophical perspective of life, bring tranquillity and mental strength.