yogahour official studio

SOUTHTOWN

YOGA

1905 Park Ave, St. Louis 63104

(314)669-4190

Upcoming Events

Yoga for Runners

Yoga is the perfect complement to running. Join Erin and Kristina for this series that will help you prepare for your spring runs!

March 11, 12-2

March 18, 12-2

 

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Big Yogi, Little Yogi

A movin' and groovin' class for the littlest yogis. Children, accompanied by an adult, will be encouraged to try various yoga poses.

Saturdays, March 11-April 29, 9:30-10:15

 

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Kids Yoga

Looking for a great way to get your kiddo moving? Bring your child to yoga for an hour of movement and fun!

Ages 7-12

Tuesdays 5pm-6

 

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Mindfulness for Beginners

Looking to learn how to begin a practice of mindfulness. This 6-week class will help you get started.

Wednesdays, April 4-May 10, 5:45-6:45pm

 

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200-Hour Hatha Teacher Training 2017

This 200-Hour Hatha Yoga Teacher Training with Ellen Niedringhaus, Sarah Edwards, and Candace Glass will provide a comprehensive study in the subject of yoga that will prepare the trainee to teach an intelligently sequenced, well-executed yoga asana class. This immersion will encourage personal development through many modalities : daily asana practice, pranayama, mantra, meditation, and written reflection. We center the training around the desire to help trainees connect to the practice and philosophy of yoga through many aspects including: physical, emotional, intellectual and spiritual study. Our aim is to provide a well-rounded training to support, sustain, and uphold the integrity of the yoga practice, and for trainees to graduate with the knowledge and confidence to lead basics and intermediate public classes.

 

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February Schedule

Sunday

10:30 AM    prenatal yoga  $60 for 6 classes  1hr
11:00 AM    basics  $12  1 hr
12:15 PM    yogahour  $7  1 hr
4:00 PM    yogahour  $7  1-hr
5:30 PM    restorative  $12  1 hour

Monday

9:00 AM    Morning Flow  $12  1-hr
12:00 PM    yogahour  $7  1 hr
6:00 PM    yogahour  $7  1-hr
6:00 PM    vinyasa  $12  1 hr
7:15 PM    yogahour give!  $7  1 hr
7:30 PM    basics  $12  1-hr

Tuesday

6:15 AM    yogahour  $7  1 hr
12:00 PM    yogahour  $7  1 hr
6:00 PM    expanding  $12  1 hr 15 min
6:30 PM    yogahour  $7  1 hr
7:30 PM    basics  $12  1 hr
7:45 PM    yogahour  $7  1 hr

Wednesday

12:00 PM    vinyasa  $12  1-hr
6:00 PM    yogahour  $7  1 hr
7:00 PM    vinyasa  $12  1 hr
7:15 PM    yogahour  $7  1-hr

Thursday

6:15 AM    yogahour  $7  1 hr
12:00 PM    yogahour  $7  1 hr
6:00 PM    expanding  $12  1 hr 15 min
6:30 PM    yogahour  $7  1 hr
7:30 PM    basics  $12  1-Hr

Friday

9:00 AM    Morning Flow  $12  1-hr
12:00 PM    yogahour  $7  1hr
5:30 PM    yogahour  $7  1 hr
5:45 PM    vinyasa  $12  1-hr

Saturday

9:00 AM    basics  $12  1-hr
10:30 AM    yogahour  $7  1 hr
10:45 AM    expanding  $12  75 min
4:00 PM    yogahour  $7  1 hr
  • We don't accept reservations. Please drop into the class of your choice, doors open 20 minutes before the class begins. Please come early if you are new. Classes start on time!
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Classes

A class designed to take your sleeping state to awake! A flow class that will help you safely stretch with strength and strong alignment. Class is suitable for all.

An ongoing exploration into the art and science of yoga. With the use of props, this class works to breakdown basic poses into understandable bites. A highly attentive and supportive environment, this class is great for beginners and ongoing students looking to refine.

A traditional vinyasa flow with sun salutations and offered inversions. With lots of variations, this class has a little something for everyone – from a newer to seasoned practitioners.

Group practice style, this class is for experienced practitioners. Working towards a peak pose, this class dissects the ins and outs of a pose. Students will work on a greater variety of poses, including inversions.

An hour of play and power, yogahour is a rockin', alignment based, flow class. The room is heated and music is a must! This class is ideal for anyone wanting to get fit and flexible in the context of fun. All levels are welcome!

 In this yogahour-style class, the instructor leading the class will practice along with the group. 50% of the proceeds from this class will go directly to a local charity chosen each year by the studio. This year is The Boys and Girls Club of St. Louis.

This class will help you wind down and prepare for the week ahead. While poses are held longer, this class is designed to open up the muscles and relax, while being well supported via props. Students are also introduced to breathwork. Essential oils are occasionally used with student’s permission.

Prenatal is a class specifically designed to be safe and supportive for both prenatal and postnatal women, without lacking the physical fitness aspect of practice. Parents are welcome to attend with pre-crawling babies, too.

Ease into your weekend with this mellow vinyasa –based flow class. Using seated meditation, breathwork, and props, this class will help you connect back to YOU.

Drop-in Prices*

  • yogaHOUR and yogive! $7
  • all other classes are $12

* There is an extra $3 fee for credit card use. Please remember to bring your cash!

Memberships**

  • unlimited membership $120 + tax/month
    (auto charge to credit card on file)
  • unlimited membership $1,350 + tax/year
    (paid in full)
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** Best value if you attend 4+ classes per week

In March Kids Yoga (ages 7-12) and Big Yogi, Little Yogi (ages 2-6) begin again!

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Teachers

Candace Glass

Candace became the owner of Southtown Yoga in March, 2016. She also owns Elephant Power: Mindfulness and Yoga for Kids. Candace is passionate about teaching yoga and mindfulness to everyone -- young and old alike. A city resident, Candace loves dark chocolate, sushi, and walking her dogs at Tower Grove Park. She is grateful for the Southtown community and believes that life is about the simple things and everyday is a gift to cherish and hold.

E-RYT 200, RCYT, RPYT, and Certified yogahour teacher.

Kathryn Heitzenroeder

Kathryn has been practicing yoga for over twelve years. Eight years ago she received her teachers' training at the Solar Yoga Center in St. Louis. She also completed Southtown Yoga's 2009 teacher training with Mitchel Bleier and Brigette Finley. To continue her yoga education, Kathryn has a strong practice of her own, which includes yoga workshops, yoga camps and a daily yoga routine. She continues to learn and evolve from the support of her own teachers. Kathryn's classes include mediation, a detailed asana work out and a guided relaxation. Her teaching promotes a strong foundation of alignment focusing on the breath and movement. The classes are a combination of Hatha, Anusara and Vinyasas. Most classes are open level. Beginners are welcome.

Dana Read

Dana started practicing yoga in 2000. She has a down to earth style and hopes to create classes that are challenging and fun. She believes yoga should offer ways to recognize our true self, and our limitless potential both on and off the mat. Dana completed teacher training with Mitchel Bleier and Brigette Finley in 2010. Dana is deeply grateful to the community at Southtown Yoga for their support and encouragement, and for the teachers who have taught her to observe and trust herself.

Kiley Enno

Kiley came to Southtown Yoga after years of hassling from her mom. Despite her initial resistance, she was quickly consumed by the benefits and challenges that her practice and the community offered. She completed Southtown’s Teacher Training in 2012 and became yogahour certified in 2014.  She recognizes that her mom was right, and admittedly, now drives the yoga ‘bandwagon.’ She considers Southtown Yoga a second home.

Roxanne Frank

Roxanne started her yoga practice with a DVD and a friend in her living room in 2006. In 2012 she moved to St. Louis and completed her 200-hour teacher certification with Mitchel Bleier and Brigette Finley. Through her practice and study, Roxie has discovered yoga's ability to transform perspectives, create friendships and open the door to many opportunities. She strives to bring what she discovers on the mat into the whole of her life.

Erin Schulte

Erin has been an athlete her entire life. After completing a few marathons and triathlons, she stumbled upon yoga and decided to give it a try. She loves that it offers a different physical and mental challenge to her body than other activities. She strives to challenge her students to be well both physically and mentally. She firmly believes that we can take what we learn on the mat and live greater lives off the mat. Yoga has enhanced her life so much and she is inspired to share the practice with her students!

Kristina Camba Skinner

Kristina found her yoga home at Southtown Yoga when she participated in the 2011 Yoga Bender. In 2014, she completed Southtown Yoga's 200-hour teacher training and is now a Certified Yogahour® Teacher. Kristina loves that yoga makes everyday better and often uses it as a tool to flip perspective. When she's not practicing, she enjoys running, cooking, and being a nurse. Expect a fun but challenging class from this playful and feisty teacher.

Glenna Bedoya

Glenna began her yoga practice in 1994. A teacher since 2011, her classes focus on alignment and breath for a powerfully grounded practice. Trained in Forrest and Anusara Yoga, Glenna assisted Elena Brower's Advanced Teacher Training, and is now a certified yogahour teacher under the guidance of Darren Rhodes. She offers an empowering, aligned flow yoga that invites students to play intelligently at their edge to reconnect with their own inherent wisdom and power.

Sasha Sawhill

Sasha took her first yoga class in college in 1999. Her teacher and yoga inspiration was Flora Nessly. Yoga has taught her to live with meaning, being mindful to bring her mat practice to everyday life. Sasha completed her teacher training certification with Mitchel Bleier and Brigette Finley in 2012 when she first moved to Saint Louis. Her classes combine alignment, attention to your body & breath, and where you are with your yoga in the present.

Lara Gershman

After practicing for years, Lara’s dedication to yoga grew exponentially when she discovered Southtown in early 2014. She completed Yogahour teacher training with Brigette and Alexis Finley in 2015, a few months after finishing her Masters of Social Work. Lara has found yoga to be a major positive force in her life, both physically and mentally, and is thrilled to be able to share this with others. When not at the studio, she can be found working with young people, seeing live music, and exploring the many gems St. Louis has to offer.

Lindsay

After taking a few drop-in classes at a variety of studios, Lindsay fell in love with Yogahour in 2012. At the time, she was looking for a once per week switch up to her gym routine, but it gradually became her sole source of exercise. The mental benefits of yoga were an unexpected surprise, and so was the warm and inviting community at STY. Lindsay completed her Yogahour teacher training in 2015, a fun challenge during pregnancy. When Lindsay is not doing yoga, she loves adventures at home and away with her family.

Erika

Erika began yoga many years ago but became passionate about it after attending a Southtown Yoga class in 2012. Yogahour quickly became her favorite class and workout with the fast-pace and breadth and variety of poses in each class. After gaining a skillful foundation, she enjoyed learning more about each pose and wanted to expand her knowledge-set, so attended Teacher Training in 2015. Yoga has become her physical, mental and emotional outlet and she is excited to share that with students. Outside the studio, Erika spends most of her time chasing her twin boys.

Beth

Beth started practicing yoga in 2009 for the mental and emotional benefits.

From 2013-2014, she earned her Hatha and Kundalini teaching certifications through Semperviva Yoga while living in Vancouver, British Columbia.

Drawn to the metaphysical aspects of the practice, she believes yoga is intended to be therapeutic and encourages students to become increasingly receptive to how their practice feels (as opposed to how it may look).

An attune​​d Reiki I/II healer, Beth also enjoys traveling internationally and creative expression including designing jewelry/apparel, cooking and photography.

Devon Drag

Devon began practicing at STY in 2013 and stepped into her teaching journey in 2016. She continues to build her knowledge everyday through a strong personal practice and time on the mat with her students and teachers. Devon’s teaching style encourages a strong focus on alignment and aims to make yoga approachable for all students while offering challenges and opportunities to advance their practice. Devon has a welcoming approach that makes the practice space a safe and comfortable place for all and she hopes to share the joy and foundation that yoga has given to her with her own students.

Constance Steinkamp

Constance has been teaching yoga and meditation since 2012, and dedicated to her own practice for over a decade. A disciple of Srila BV Narayan Maharaj, Constance was classically trained in India and Nepal in the ancient eastern wisdom traditions of the Satyananda Bihar lineage of yoga, Bhakti Vedanta, and Tibetan Buddhist Vipassana Meditation.Her teachings come from her own personal transformation and experience serving others to find their own authentic path to deep happiness and satisfaction. Constance, considers herself a student first, and will continue to expand and flourish in her own practice in order to bring light and inspiration to the teachings of yoga.

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