“Follow your bliss and doors will open where there were only walls.”—Joseph Campbell


Hatha Yoga classes focus on correctly aligning the body to improve general posture, breathing, and circulation. Hatha is ideal for beginners and those with physical limitations.


Yin Yoga is a slow-paced style of yoga with postures (asanas) being held for longer periods of time—for beginners, it may range from 45 seconds to two minutes; more advanced practitioners may stay in one asana for two minutes or more. This allows for the practitioner to get deep into their connective tissue, fascia, joints, and bones,.


Centered around the notion of physical and emotional balance, Restorative classes are perfect for practitioners looking to alleviate stress and fatigue. Props are used to allow complete relaxation of the body.


Chair yoga is a practice that modifies yoga postures so that they can be done while seated in a chair. These modifications make yoga accessible to people who cannot stand or lack the mobility to move easily from standing to seated to supine positions.


Aerial yoga has the practitioner perform the same poses as they would in a traditional yoga mat class, except you use a silk hammock that suspends from the ceiling as a prop to support you through the various flows. The purpose of the hammock is to help you improve flexibility and build strength, while allowing you to do more challenging poses without added pressure on your shoulders, spine, or head.


Sometimes we have something going on in our body physically, mentally, spiritually, or even emotionally we want to target. In a class setting, that may not always be addressed. With a private session, you will have time to discuss your concerns with the instructor and let them come up with a tailored session just to fit your specific needs. Awakened Yoga Bliss has seen such great results from our clients we have been blessed to serve in this capacity. Let us do the same for you.


  • Taal Volcano Disaster Relief Fundraiser Friday 6:30-7:30pm

    You are invited to a pop-up yoga class that is 100% donation-based in order to provide help towards the relief fund of those effected by the Taal Volcano eruption on January 12, 2020.

  • Valentine's Restorative Yoga in the Salt Room February 15, 2020

    Come celebrate Valentine’s Day weekend with your loved one or even just to pamper yourself! Yoga in the Salt Room is a restorative-style class with an emphasis on slowing down and opening your body through passive stretching.  Combining this with the benefits of the Himalayan salt is an especially effective technique to balance you mentally and physically.