Instructors lead students through Vinyasa flow sequences, hot yoga sessions, or classic Hatha poses inside 1,500 sq. ft. studio
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Armed with several hundred hours of yoga training and Yoga Alliance certifications, the instructors at Sage Yoga are well-versed in the traditional ways of yoga. They guide students of all ages and ability levels through the sequences of hot yoga, Vinyasa flow, and classical Hatha yoga. Whether in group classes or private training sessions, they give each student personal attention—and often incorporate essential oil compresses to ease tight muscles. All classes are held inside Sage Yoga's 1,500-square-foot studio space, where warm earth tones foster relaxation, and healthy drinks are available for purchase. Friday evenings showcase a Happy Hour Flow theme where students can sample healthy drink offerings after class.
Great class, great teacher, and upbeat music make this class a perfect way to start your weekend!
Stacy S. ·
January 26, 2014
So far I like it! Granted it's hard to use 2 classes as a complete representation of the entire studio, different instructors have different styles of teaching.
As someone trying to get back in to doing yoga more regularly, I loved going to a class with Michelle as the teacher! She was just amazing. She was great about explaining the different positions and went around correcting people and improving their positions.
The class I took with Dorota was also a good class, I definitely got a good workout, but I wish she had paid more attention to people's varying experience. I think it was a great class for a more advanced yogi, but I would have liked for her to help out beginners more.