Monday - Friday: 7am - 8pm

Saturday: 8am - 2pm

Sundays: Closed


We are closed on most state & government holidays



{Effective September 2021}

Classes are now offered in-studio AND online*

Monday: 10:15-11:15am • Renew & Restore

Tuesday: 10:15-11:15am • Vinyasa
Wednesday:   9:30-10:00am • Chair

                         10:15-11:15am • Twist Twist Untwist

                            5:15-6:15pm • Slow Flow* 

Thursday: 10:15-11:15am • Hatha

                       11:30-12:30pm • Restorative

All classes are led by certified yoga instructors, Elise Spofford & Kc Hanson.


*SLOW FLOW is in-person only 

Mats, bolsters, blocks, and straps are available for use.

All classes are included in Club membership or $6 for a drop-in.

Call us to sign up for online classes • 907.567.3455

Yoga Schedule Subject to Change
Call the Club for Current Schedule

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Yoga Class Descriptions:

Renew & Restore will include gentle stretching and breath work designed to reset, realign, and renew.

Vinyasa Flow is vibrant, coordinating breath with dynamic movement. Classes are centered around sun salutations, linking postures together to improve strength, endurance, and flexibility.

Chair Yoga introduces yoga poses that are accessible from anywhere you are seated. Chair Yoga emphasizes spinal mobility with core engagement, improving range of motion for shoulders and hips, standing and balance poses with the support of a stable base.

Twist Twist Untwist focuses on yoga poses that promote spinal range of motion with abdominal engagement and low back support, healthy digestion and elimination. Each class is creatively sequenced to move your spine and limbs in all directions.

Slow Flow gives you the chance to wind down from the day connecting breath to movement. This class focuses on stress relief through rhythmic breath and motion. Poses are sequenced to build stability and strength, resiliency, and range of motion. {IN-PERSON ONLY}

Hatha balances movement with stillness, encouraging soft breath into poses. Sitting, standing, kneeling, supine and prone postures are incorporated into sequencing to create a well-rounded practice.

Restorative yoga enhances our ability to de-escalate, calm, and ground. Yoga props are utilized to support all postures with attention to breath work, mindfulness, and ease.