12:00pm
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Lunch Time Yoga-Pilates Flow
45 minutes with Gene Williams
Take a break and flow with Gene Williams every Monday and Wednesday from 12-12:45 pm. This class will combine the exercises of pilates into a seamless yoga flow that will forever enhance your personal practice, and change your body! Space available for opening and closing discussions as well.
5:00PM
Studio Reserved
1 hour and 30 minutes
5:30pm
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All-Levels Flow
1 hour with Caroline Collins
Flow and close your Wednesday evenings with Caroline Collins. This weekly all-levels Vinyasa Flow is combined with  Caroline's love for music and passion for yoga with you on your mat. A flow that unites the mind, body, and spirit through Breathing, Stretching, Endurance, Balance, and Relaxation providing practitioners of all levels a holistic and unique yoga experience. Space available for opening and closing discussions as well.
7:00am
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Morning Slow Flow
1 hour with Bridget Sisney
Slow Flow with Bridget Sisney Tuesday and Thursday mornings. This practice is geared towards well-being and lessening of pain. Build strength and breathe mindfully, move slow and expire your practice. In that way, it truly is for anyone. Whether you are a complete beginner or an advanced practitioner. You are in the right place. Space available for opening and closing discussions as well.
10:00 AM
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Vinyasa Flow
1 hour with Libby Campo
COVID-19 UPDATE: • Stay home if feeling sick • Students must register for classes at least 2hrs before the class start time. • Must enter and exit the studio wearing a mask. • Bring your own yoga mat and desired yoga props. Email Questions to info@yourinneryogi.com All Levels Vinyasa Flow that allow teachers to creatively share their passion for yoga with you on your mat. A flow that unites the mind, body and spirit thru Breathing, Stretching, Endurance, Balance, and Relaxation providing practitioners of all levels an holistic and unique yoga experience. Vinyasa: Sanskrit for “to place in a special way”—like “the arrangement of notes in a raga, the steps along a path to the top of a mountain, or the linking of one asana {pose} to the next,” as yogini and author Shiva Rea has poetically put it. Breath-synchronized movement: one possible definition of vinyasa yoga. If you wrote out a sequence of poses, it might read: breathe in, upward-facing dog; breathe out, downward-facing dog; breathe in, look toward your hands; breathe out, step with your right foot between your hands. While there’s not necessarily a strict 1:1 breath-to-movement ratio, vinyasa-style classes do tend to hold fewer long poses than, say, hatha-style classes.
5:00 PM
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Yoga for Beginners
1 hour with Libby Campo
COVID-19 UPDATE: • Stay home if feeling sick • Students must register for classes at least 2hrs before the class start time. • Must enter and exit the studio wearing a mask. • Bring your own yoga mat and desired yoga props. Email Questions to info@yourinneryogi.com This class unites the mind, body and spirit providing beginners an holistic, comfortable and unique yoga experience. This class is based on learning postures (asanas), conscious breathing, mindfulness and focus to develop strength and flexibility. Students can expect personal assistance and emphasis on the integrating mind, body and breath all in a playful and supportive environment to increase balance, flexibility, strength and their connection with their higher self.
6:00pm
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All-Levels Flow
1 hour with Ebony Moore
Flow and close your Tuesday and Thursday evenings with Ebony Wright. This weekly all-levels Vinyasa Flow is combined with Ebony's love for music and passion for yoga with you on your mat. A flow that unites the mind, body, and spirit through Breathing, Stretching, Endurance, Balance, and Relaxation providing practitioners of all levels a holistic and unique yoga experience. Space available for opening and closing discussions as well.
6:00AM
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Yoga for Beginners
1 hour with Misty Aucoin
This class unites the mind, body, and spirit providing beginners a holistic, comfortable and unique yoga experience. This class is based on learning postures (asanas), conscious breathing, mindfulness, and focus to develop strength and flexibility. Students can expect personal assistance and emphasis on the integrating mind, body, and breath all in a playful and supportive environment to increase balance, flexibility, strength, and connection with their higher selves.
10:00am
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Flow & Mindfulness
1 hour with Libby Campo
Join Libby Campo for a unique flow and meditation class that is multi-layered to allow the student to explore movement in their bodies and meditative practices and states of mindfulness. Exploring what's more accessible or not for their personal practice to soften and connect. Class includes intro guided mantra, pranayama (breath), seating and standing poses, and laying meditation practices to help students relax and better manage stress.  New to yoga and/or meditation or if you have been practicing for a long time, all are welcome and encouraged to engage in this class. You may bring a yoga mat or a pillow to sit on, anything that you feel would help you personalize your space for comfort, and please wear something comfortable.Space available for opening and closing discussions as well.
12:00PM
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Lunch Break Flow with Rubén
1 hour with Ruben Del Bosque
Take a lunch break flow with Rubén every Saturday afternoon. Join a flow that unites the mind, body, and spirit through Breathing, Stretching, Endurance, Balance, and Relaxation providing practitioners of all levels a holistic and unique yoga experience. Space available for opening and closing discussions as well.
10:00am
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Flow & Mindfulness
1 hour with Libby Campo
Join Libby Campo for a unique flow and meditation class that is multi-layered to allow the student to explore movement in their bodies and meditative practices and states of mindfulness. Exploring what's more accessible or not for their personal practice to soften and connect. Class includes intro guided mantra, pranayama (breath), seating and standing poses, and laying meditation practices to help students relax and better manage stress.  New to yoga and/or meditation or if you have been practicing for a long time, all are welcome and encouraged to engage in this class. You may bring a yoga mat or a pillow to sit on, anything that you feel would help you personalize your space for comfort, and please wear something comfortable.Space available for opening and closing discussions as well.
1:00 PM
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Community Yoga-All Levels
1 hour with Kandace Stewart
COVID-19 UPDATE: • Stay home if feeling sick • Students must register for classes at least 2hrs before the class start time. • Must enter and exit the studio wearing a mask. • Bring your own yoga mat and desired yoga props. Email Questions to info@yourinneryogi.com Our community yoga classes are discounted and accessible to everyone. Everyone is welcomed, regardless of fitness level, or yoga experience. Join us and discover the art of yoga. Community classes are $7 for drop-ins and new students. Current students could use their class pass or purchase at the discounted drop-in rate.
3:00pm
Sapphire Sistahs Women's Healing Circle
2 hours
Jackie, invites you to enter a sacred space where women like you are supported through a life-affirming journey of healing in spirit, mind and body with self-love and self compassion at the core of the experience.  Sapphire Sistahs Women's Healing Circle WHAT: A sacred community of women who gather in a love-infused circle to share heart-to-heart connection with others, with self and with Spirit. The mandala or "sacred circle" is an expression of unity, balance and centeredness. WHO: Women of all ages, backgrounds & experiences desiring freedom, restoration & wholeness  WHY: Because we’re broken & wounded and need a safe, loving space in which to be vulnerable and to heal.  You will experience nurturing self-care rituals, restorative yoga, self-reflection, mindfulness practices i.e. journaling and meditation, and healing arts therapies that nurture spirit, mind & body. ================================================ FAQs Attire: Comfortable, yoga/fitness attire; bring a pair of socks What are my parking options for getting to and from the event? Your Inner Yogi studio is located on 2nd Street between Madison & Court, across the street from Court Square. Street parking is available on Madison or Court. There is also a nearby parking lot at the corner of Court & 3rd St. If you park on court, walk to the corner of 2nd & Court, turn left and walk 1 block to the studio. If you park on Madison, walk to the coener of 2nd & Madison, turn right and walk about a 1/4 block to the studio. There will be a sidewalk Your Inner Yogi sign in front of the entrance. How can I contact the organizer with any questions? Via cell at (901) 281-7585 or email at sapphireheals@gmail.com What's the refund policy? Refunds are not available. However, you can transfer your registration to one of the other Summer Soul Care dates OR gift it to another Sista. Contact the organizer to coordinate. Contact the organizer to coordinate. Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event? No it is not neccesary to bring it. Save the paper. Can I update my registration information? Yes, return to your event registration and edit the information there. Contact the organizer if you have further questions. Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable? Yes, contact the organizer to coordinate.
12:00pm
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Lunch Time Yoga-Pilates Flow
45 minutes with Gene Williams
Take a break and flow with Gene Williams every Monday and Wednesday from 12-12:45 pm. This class will combine the exercises of pilates into a seamless yoga flow that will forever enhance your personal practice, and change your body! Space available for opening and closing discussions as well.
5:45 PM
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Slow Flow
1 hour with Libby Campo
COVID-19 UPDATE: • Stay home if feeling sick • Students must register for classes at least 2hrs before the class start time. • Must enter and exit the studio wearing a mask. • Bring your own yoga mat and desired yoga props. Email Questions to info@yourinneryogi.com This practice is geared towards well-being and lessening of pain. Build strength and breathe mindfully, move slow and expire your practice. In that way, it truly is for anyone. Whether you are a complete beginner or an advanced practitioner. You are in the right place.
7:00am
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Morning Slow Flow
1 hour with Bridget Sisney
Slow Flow with Bridget Sisney Tuesday and Thursday mornings. This practice is geared towards well-being and lessening of pain. Build strength and breathe mindfully, move slow and expire your practice. In that way, it truly is for anyone. Whether you are a complete beginner or an advanced practitioner. You are in the right place. Space available for opening and closing discussions as well.
10:00 AM
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Vinyasa Flow
1 hour with Kandace Stewart
COVID-19 UPDATE: • Stay home if feeling sick • Students must register for classes at least 2hrs before the class start time. • Must enter and exit the studio wearing a mask. • Bring your own yoga mat and desired yoga props. Email Questions to info@yourinneryogi.com All Levels Vinyasa Flow that allow teachers to creatively share their passion for yoga with you on your mat. A flow that unites the mind, body and spirit thru Breathing, Stretching, Endurance, Balance, and Relaxation providing practitioners of all levels an holistic and unique yoga experience. Vinyasa: Sanskrit for “to place in a special way”—like “the arrangement of notes in a raga, the steps along a path to the top of a mountain, or the linking of one asana {pose} to the next,” as yogini and author Shiva Rea has poetically put it. Breath-synchronized movement: one possible definition of vinyasa yoga. If you wrote out a sequence of poses, it might read: breathe in, upward-facing dog; breathe out, downward-facing dog; breathe in, look toward your hands; breathe out, step with your right foot between your hands. While there’s not necessarily a strict 1:1 breath-to-movement ratio, vinyasa-style classes do tend to hold fewer long poses than, say, hatha-style classes.
6:00 PM
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Community Yoga-Intermediate level
1 hour with Ebony Moore
COVID-19 UPDATE: • Stay home if feeling sick • Students must register for classes at least 2hrs before the class start time. • Must enter and exit the studio wearing a mask. • Bring your own yoga mat and desired yoga props. Email Questions to info@yourinneryogi.com Intermediate level. This class is infused with yoga styles of Hatha, Ashtanga, and Vinyasa with an emphasis on heart and hip openers to assist in releasing tension, loosen blocked emotions, improving mood and overall well- being. You'd increase strength, balance, flexibility, and mindfulness, while reenergizing the mind and body. Our community yoga classes are discounted and all are welcome. Community classes are $7 for drop-ins and new students. Current students could use their class pass or purchase at the discounted drop-in rate.
7:30 PM
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Guided Meditation
1 hour with Hamilton Smith
Join Hamilton each and every Thursday for guided breath work and meditation with a mixture of seated and walking suitable for all level meditators. Through meditation you could tap into your subconscious, remove dis-ease, discover creativity, abundance, better health and more. Time: 7:30p-8:30p Fee: Donations Encouraged Attire: Comfortable clothing for seating What to bring: The studio has some, but you could also bring your own, meditation pillow, blanket, and anything else that you feel would help you personalize your space for comfort. Learn more about your guide Hamilton Smith.  Hamilton Smith: A 30 year meditator, mostly in the DC area, Hamilton knows the joy of having a resilient and grounded group of friends that meet and meditate regularly. His hope and intention is to help grow such a group here as well as to share some of the things he’s learned that help develop that grounded-ness and resilience.