Yoga 101

6 Week Beginner Yoga Sessions


6 WEek Beginner YOga

Once a week for 6 weeks

There are still some spots available for this session. Register now and start this Friday, March 17.

Click on the the time of your choice to register Now

Fridays 7am - starts March 10

Fridays 6pm - Starts March 10


$99  - includes unlimited drop in classes for the duration of the series. 

For students new to Yoga in ME, also includes a complimentary 30 minute private session.

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Have questions?  Email or call us at 207-703-0550. We'd love to help you get started in your practice.

Do you feel like there just isn't enough time?    

Are you striving to be a better parent, partner or care-giver?  

A regular yoga practice will give you the tools you need to focus your time and energy on the things that really matter to you. 

This series meets once each week for 6 weeks. Unlimited attendance at any of our regular drop-in classes is also included in the fee.  Students new to Yoga in ME will also receive a complimentary 30 minute private session.  Individuals who are brand new to yoga as well as those starting over - whether because of a long break from yoga, an injury or other reasons - are welcome!  

We will provide the support you need to get started with yoga in a safe and compassionate environment.

Have questions?  Email or call us at 207-703-0550. We'd love to help you get started in your practice.


In 1999 I still thought I had to be perfect: I was a full-time over-achieving graduate student, was a wife to a man who was typically at work over 80 hours a week and,  almost entirely by myself, managed a household and parented my three children ages 6, 8 and 10, I volunteered at the elementary school, my house was immaculate, and so on. As a preacher’s kid from a small farming community in Wisconsin, I lived with the idea that people were watching me and that I needed to live up to their expectations. Although I wasn’t hooked into following conventions that didn’t make sense to me, for example, I didn’t have a t.v. in the house for many years, I definitely thought I should do everything I chose to do perfectly - as if I was being judged.

Not surprising,  I did not find joy in my life.  Read more about how yoga helped me change this and more... 

How to Prepare for Your Yoga Class

  • Wear comfortable clothing to stretch easily.
  • If possible, avoid eating 1-2 hours before hand.
  • Avoid wearing perfumes, colognes, etc. or smoking before class.
  • We encourage students to bring their own mats but we do provide free loaner mats and props.