Balance

Learn to balance - not just on your hands and feet but both mentally and physically. Hatha yoga, pronounced "hot" + "tha" means sun and moon, or opposing forces. Through practice, we learn to balance these opposing energies with grace and ease. Become stronger, more flexible, move better, breathe better, and learn to relax.

Community

We love yoga here. Whether it's your first time stepping onto the mat or you are an experienced practitioner, we have created a fun, welcoming environment that will invite you to challenge your edge, learn how your body moves and improve your overall well being.

Experience

Our goal at Expand Yoga is to make your experience the best it can be. Whether you like your yoga hot or not or a little of both, we've got you covered with classes all day from 6am to 9pm. All of our hot classes are beginner friendly. Want to learn to balance on your hands? Or balance someone else on your feet? Our 7:30pm speciality classes cover a wide range of experiences.

Our classes

Expand Hot Vinyasa
Original Hot
Inversions
Asana + Pranayama, Meditation
Open Practice
Yin Yoga
Sri Daiva
Prenatal
On Ramp

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Today's Schedule

Tuesday
6-7am: Original Hot
10-11am: Original Hot
12-1pm: Hot Vinyasa
4-5pm: Original Hot
5-7: Open Practice is CANCELLED
5:30-6:30pm: Hot VInyasa
7-8pm: Original Hot
7:30-8:45: Inversions
9-10pm: Hot Vinyasa

Doors open 30min before class and lock when class starts, except for the 6am classes, when the door opens at 5:45am. No need to sign up in advance. Just come prepared to work hard and have fun!

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