Do I need a yoga mat or other equipment?

You are encouraged to bring your own mat. However, the Center offers, free of charge, yoga mats, blankets, straps and other equipment for your use.

Does it cost anything to use the Center's equipment?


How do I sign up for classes?

You can sign up for classes on-line through our registration links on the website and you will be directed to the MindBody website for on-line registration, call our office toll free (877-932-4446) or drop in before class. 

What kind of clothes should I wear?

Loose, comfortable clothing that you can move freely.

What is Yoga

Yoga is a conscious union of the body, breath and mind to cultivate physical and mental wellness. Yoga is not meant to detract from any personal belief system, but rather to enhance that individual sense of self in connection with others.

Should I eat before Yoga Class?

It is best not to eat at least 2-3 hours before practicing yoga. If you need a light snack, try nuts, seeds, or dried fruit. Avoid anything spicey, oily, or acidic.

Can anybody practice yoga?

The short answer is yes! However, the reality is that not every yoga practice is appropriate for every person. Please read the descriptions for each class before signing up. Also, please note that instructors are very mindful about addressing any physical limitations you might have in a particular class. Instructors will also help advise you as to what classes may be appropriate for your skill/interest level.

How will we know if classes are cancelled due to poor weather conditions?

Please note in case of poor weather conditions, morning classes will coincide with the Allendale Public School (APS) Cancellations. See local listings (woodtv8,wzzm13). Evening Classes will take into consideration APS closings as well as current weather conditions. Cancellations will be determined by 4:00pm. Weekend Classes, will be dtermined 2 hours prior to class. See website and/or MindBody to confirm cancellations. When in doubt, practicing your yoga at home may be the safest choice. Be Well, Be Warm, Remember to Breathe.

Yoga Class Schedule


Info Register
7:00 PM - 8:15 PMHot Yoga


9:30 AM - 10:45 AMBeginning
5:30 PM - 6:45 PMBeginning
7:00 PM - 8:15 PMSpecialty Classes - TBA


10:30 AM - 11:30 AMChair Yoga
5:30 PM - 6:45 PMVinyasa


9:30 AM - 10:45 AMAdv. Beginning
5:30 PM - 6:45 PMHot Yoga



9:00 AM - 10:15 AMRestorative
11:00 AM - 12:15 PMHot Yoga


4:00 PM - 5:15 PMHot Yoga

Yoga Classes

Our yoga classes are designed to create an environment for healing and growth.  Yoga at its foundation is about self-care and that includes the body, mind and spirit.  Taking care of ourselves in one aspect of our life can create a ripple effect that can radiate throughout other aspects of our lives.  Taking time to still the mind, engage the spirit and strengthen the body allows all systems of the body to work more efficiently and teaches breathing and meditation techniques to use in everyday life.  Yoga doesn’t have to be about pushing the body into complicated poses, it’s about starting where you are, accepting yourself and doing what you can. 

Yoga encourages a body-mind-sprit connection that can help create a homeostasis in life. Sometimes our lives can leave us feeling depleted, weak and tired. Yoga can help to “fill the well” and leave us rejuvenated.   By giving to ourselves we have more to give to our loved ones, our careers, our life’s passion.  Yoga can be whatever we make it.  Do you want to calm the mind and restore the body in stillness? Want to move, sweat and work hard? If you are breathing and practicing mindful self-care, you’re doing yoga and we have a class to fit your needs. 

Please register online. Due to limited space in the yoga room, individuals who have signed up online will be given priority.

Classes will be cancelled based on the Allendale Public School Closings for morning classes. Evening Classes Check Website or MindBody Link after 4:00pm. Weekend Classes check website or MindBody for updates 2 hours prior to class.

Kundalini Yoga

  Known as the “Yoga of Awareness,” Kundalini yoga uses breathwork, mantra, and dynamic movement to help us access and express our rich inner selves. Ultimately we will...

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Beginning (Level I)

*The perfect class for “easing” into the yoga experience! * This class will introduce you to basic postures, breathing techniques, and mindfulness with an emphasis on building body awareness....

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Advanced Beginning

New Class: Advanced Beginning (Level II) This class is a logical next-step for beginning students who have a good knowledge of basic poses and are ready for...

Restorative Yoga

Could you use some time for yourself in a peaceful and relaxed environment? If the answer is YES, please keep reading: Restorative yoga uses props such as a...

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Beginning Flow

Combination of a beginning class and a vinyasa class. Join us for an early morning energizing practice to start your weekend. Appropriate for all levels Instructors: Jill Kloosterman...

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Hot Yoga

Hot yoga is a physical vinyasa yoga practice in a heated room designed to strengthen and stretch the entire body. The heat and the postures help soften...

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Vinyasa (Level II)

*Let’s get moving!  *Vinyasa builds on the basic tenets of yoga that you would receive in the Level I classes. This practice will go a little deeper...

Mindfulness Through Meditation and Mudras

Wednesdays in November 7:10-8:10pm Classes will include various mindulness practices including: Gentle movements (yoga and Qigong) Breathing Exercises (pranayama) Mudras (hand gestures to invoke healing qualities) Tratak (candle...

Chair Yoga

This class will incorporate movements and ​breathing exercises designed to encourage relaxation and increase mobility, balance and strength.  A chair and other props will be used to provide support...

Core Yoga

Core Yoga is a vinyasa yoga class focusing on building core strength.  This class engages all areas of your core (the front, back and sides of the...