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Jennifer L.
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Report | 3 days ago
What a great first experience at Yoga on Yamhill! I went to Saturday mornings Intro to Power Yoga with Alex. The space was perfect: simple, clean, beautiful, and meditative. The teacher (Alex) was just wonderful. He taught with ease, clarity, and kept the balance between physicality and serenity right on point. If this first class represents the studio as a whole, then I have found my yoga home! :)
Trish S.
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Report | 3 days ago
Great group of instructors and location. Get there on time or early. It is very popular.
Stephen S.
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Report | 3 days ago
Freedom was great! I highly recommend her class.
Kathleen B.
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Report | 3 days ago
Small studio, but great instructors
Jann A.
Verified
Report | 3 days ago
Great classes ... including all levels of ability. Looking forward to a long and centering relationship with Yoga on Yamhill!
electra l.
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Report | 3 days ago
It's a small space but the techniques are effective and the teachers are great!
Erin B.
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Report | a month ago
Go for it!
Andrea S.
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Report | 2 months ago
The class can be quite full but it is fun!
Deborah N.
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Report | 3 months ago
The classes vary greatly--I have gone to 5 classes with 5 different instructors in 7 days and they were all very different. I highly recommend getting an introductory card like the one on group-on and trying all the different classes. They were all great, but some were a better fit for me than others.
Kimberly T.
Verified
Report | 3 months ago
Lovely studio with quality teachers. Get there early because it definitely fills up.
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After a decade spent honing his personal yoga practice, certified instructor Paul Terrell opened his donation-based studio to give anyone interested in practicing the ancient art access to a studio in which to participate. The storefront space that Terrell opened fosters a nonintimidating approach to yoga, substituting cozy exposed brick for mirrors and inviting yogis of all abilities to practice together during all-levels classes. Terrell teaches many of the classes in the flowing Vinyasa tradition, in which conscious breaths link together a continuous sequence of postures, and also presents students with the robust schedule's other styles, which benefit the body in various ways. During the Night Owl class, instructors give hands-on assistance to encourage proper alignment as students sweat in a 90-degree setting, and slower-paced Yin classes teach yogis to sit still in postures that last for three to seven minutes, allowing them to fully stretch the connective tissues and hide in plain sight of movement-detecting, visually impaired T. rexes

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