Huron Studio Class Schedule

We are thankful for you!
Thanksgiving Weekend Schedule:
Wednesday 11/21
          7:00 AM 
Iyengar with Mary 
          9:00 AM 
Body Sculpt with Erin
     No Evening Classes at either location.
Thursday 11/22
     Happy Thanksgiving! Studio Closed.
Friday 11/23
          9:00 AM 
Yoga Flow with Erin  
Saturday and Sunday:  
Regular Schedule Resumes

OWY Huron is located at 607 Main Street (3rd Floor)

To preregister for classes using MindBody Online you can view our schedule here, just be sure to make sure you are registering for the right class at the right studio!


Pay per class options:

  • Drop in - $13.
  • 3 class cards - $35
  • 8 class cards - $80 
  • 20 class cards - $180

Unlimited Pass Options:

  • 3 months unlimited yoga for $90 per month 
  • 6 months of unlimited yoga for $80 per month

Weekly Schedule:  Class descriptions and level information are listed below.

9:00 - 10:15 AM  Yoga Flow (Brian)
5:00 - 6:15 PM  Faith-Based Yoga

8:00 - 8:30 AM  Meditation (Brian)  (Free Class)
9:00 - 10:15 AM  Yoga Basics (Brian)
5:30 - 6:45 PM  OWYoga Flow (Brian)
7:00 - 8:15 PM  Restorative Yoga (Keelie)

9:00 - 10:15 AM  Body Sculpt Yoga (Mallory)
10:30 - 11:45 AM  Senior Stretch (Bev)
4:30 - 5:45 PM  Yoga Basics (John/Andrea)
6:00 - 7:15 PM  Yoga Flow (Erin)
7:30 - 9:00 PM  Converging Paths Meditation Group (Donation Based Class)

7:00 - 8:15 AM  Alignment Yoga (Mary)
9:00 - 10:15 AM  Yoga Flow (Erin)
5:30 - 6:45 PM  Advanced Yoga (Brian)
7:00 - 8:15 PM  Yoga Basics (Valerie)

9:00 - 10:15 AM  OWYoga Flow (Shannon)
10:30 -11:45 AM  Gentle Yoga (Sherrena)
6:00 - 7:15 PM  OWYoga Flow (Mallory)

9:00 - 10:15 AM  Body Sculpt Yoga (Sherrena)
12:00 - 1:15 PM  Sobriety w/ a Twist (Sharon) (Donation Based Class)

9:00 - 10:15 AM  Yoga Flow (Shannon) 

  • Yoga Basics

    This class is perfect for beginners and anyone else looking to build a solid foundation in their yoga practice.
  • Yoga Flow

    An eclectic class incorporating sun salutations, traditional hatha and yin-style yoga, synchronizing breath and movement. Flow interspersed with long holds will give you a sense of euphoric well-being at the same time that repetition and intensity build strength and flexibility.
  • OWYoga Flow

    Every class begins with the same flow of poses, consistent from week to week, teacher to teacher. This repetition allows for a deeper more meditative practice and also enables students witness their progress. The second half of each class will vary from week to week. Don’t worry if you don’t know the flow, they are standard poses that even beginning students can learn.
  • Advanced Yoga

    This is the class to attend if you're interested in learning more advanced practices and poses. You do not need to have an advanced practice to attend this class!... but you should have an open mind and at least be comfortable with a basic asana practice that includes shoulder stand (or half shoulder stand variation). Practice will focus on advanced variations, (including twists and binds) as well as deepening the more subtle realms such as breath work, meditation, pranic locks and longer held poses.
  • Body Sculpt Yoga

    Body sculpt yoga is all about getting into shape by strengthening and stretching… but it is yoga, so expect a healthy dose of relaxation and breathing along with your workout. This class is moderately physically intensive. Any level of yoga experience is welcome.
  • Gentle Yoga

    A very accessible class to all people regardless of age, ability, injury, or experience. Breathing, balance, stretching. A perfect place for elderly and beginners as well as those looking to calm the mind.
  • Restorative Yoga

    Restorative yoga allows us time to be supported by props in effortless yoga poses. These specific poses encourage the the body and mind to deeply relax and release chronic tension and stress. The class will encompass some gentle stretching (no standing required), restorative poses and guided body and breath awareness techniques. This style of yoga is accessible to all abilities and is particularly helpful for those recovering from illness, injuries and stress. A great way to balance any yoga practice!
  • Basic Yoga Flow

    This class is designed to give beginner's and less comfortable practitioners the flow experience in a more basic format. This class incorporates basic sun salutations, traditional hatha and yin-style yoga, synchronizing breath and movement. Flow interspersed with long holds create a sense of euphoric well-being at the same time that repetition and intensity build strength and flexibility.
  • Alignment Yoga

    Foundational to any yoga practice is a clear understanding of alignment and how proper form enhances practice. This class is an in-depth exploration of the balance between flexibility and strength while developing awareness of self through posture, breath, and movement with properly aligned form. This class rotates through 6 primary class themes: standing lateral poses, standing forward moving poses, forward bends, revolved poses, backward extensions and a general practice session. Discounts available if you pre-pay for 6 consecutive weeks.
  • Senior Stretch

    This class was designed by Brain and Bev and includes practices from Tai chi, yoga and other movement forms. Every class is a little different, but you can expect a healthy dose of joint work, stretching, balance and breathing. You'll experience in flexibility, strength and overall vitality. Although we call it senior stretch, all ages and ability levels are welcome and will benefit!
  • Sobriety With a Twist

    This donation based, gentle yoga session is for anyone in recovery or for those whose lives have been touched by any type of addiction (their own or the addictions of others.) Class will include an energizing Kundalini series with a gentle restorative practice which will allow you to hear your inner voice. Each session will start with a 45 minute restorative practice followed by a optional 30 minute invitation to conversation.
  • Faith Based Yoga

    We are beings of Mind, Body, & Spirit. This class will relax your Mind, stretch your Body and help you connect with the Holy Spirit that is within you. Class is based on non-denomiational Christian teachings and will consist of basic flow, restorative holds and end with mediation and silent prayers. All levels of practioner and all levels of interest in Christian faith (including non-believers) are welcome. No yoga experience needed.
  • Community Class

    This complementary class is led by students in our teacher training program. All ability levels will be accommodated. Style and content will vary week to week.
  • Inner Core Yoga

    The core and pelvic floor are necessary for a strong yoga practice and a healthy body. This class focuses on the abdominal and pelvic region with special practices that work to resolve the spectrum of inner core issues that modern people face. Whether you want to advance your yoga practice to include more inversions and arm balances, reestablish or maintain continence, heal structural issues in the pelvis, look (or more importantly feel) good in your body or gain understanding of the lower energy centers, this class will support you with information and practices that when applied regularly can transform your body and your practice from within.
  • Tween Yoga

    Big kids (age 7 - 12) can benefit from yoga too! The newly named Tween Yoga at OWY is a great place to start your kids on their yoga journey. Class is led by Liz Kelley who keeps things light and playful, while offering a true yoga curriculum. Kids learn traditional asana (poses), fun variations, breathing and meditation techniques.
  • Open Practice

    Open Practice is an open, quiet practice time in the studio. Work on any poses or styles you like. Either Shannon and/or Brian will be there to answer questions that come up about poses, breathing, philosophy, lifestyle, etc. We'll help you meet your asana goals and find meaningful ways to bring yoga more deeply into your daily life. Use your class pass or pay a $5.00 walk-in. Some ideas for how to use your practice time: *Do your own thing, practice in whatever way feels good to you. *Perfect the basics or work on advanced poses. *Practice pranayama or meditation in a supportive environment. *Work on problem areas or injuries with more personal attention. *Plan out a home practice. *Ask questions about philosophy or yoga texts. *Beginner's welcome. *Drop in and leave any time you like or stay for the entire hour and a half. *Teacher trainers, this counts as class time toward your total individual hours.