Class Info

Beginner Level and Class Information

Our focus is stress-reduction. Our approach to yoga is rooted in compassion for healing the body-mind connection. We offer physical yoga (Asana) in a way that welcomes anyone new to yoga. Some classes will be more challenging than others yet, it’s offered only as an option. The best class to begin is the class that you can come to. Will it be challenging? Yes. We will support you and we are not an elitist yoga studio of highly advanced stretchy bodies. Our interest is in relieving everyday build-up of toxins and tension.

Let us know you’re new to yoga when you arrive. We also offer one-on-one sessions (contact us).

Take it easy your first few classes and skip the level two options.

Our Temple teachers are trained to a variety of movement with yoga and healing modalities that range from vinyasa to yin. Each teacher is unique and each teacher will help a beginner with the postures.

Contact us if you’re working with any physical limitations and would like to learn the practice. We can direct you to the right class and teacher to help with your specific needs.

The “level two” postures: when a pose is offered that you don’t think you’re ready for, don’t do it. The posture will last a minute or two while you slowly build the strength and courage to try it. Each class is going to have a posture that a beginner may not be ready for–Listen for the teachers instructions on modifications and options.

Bring a mat, towel, and water. We have mats to borrow, small hand towels and, we have filtered water–just bring a bottle.

That’s it!


Practice the Asanas in a welcoming environment, comfortably heated. There will be modifications in both directions to suit most every body. Yoga poses, breathing, and meditation, some philosophy weaved in. The class will be challenging and like a moving meditation with moments of stillness. New students welcome.

All Levels Vinyasa or Level 1 or Level 1 / 2

Flow or Vinyasa Flow to us it means a moving meditation or a continuous flow of Hatha yoga postures. The practice of yoga in this way can feel like is a total-body wring out. Temple Yoga sequences are designed to help you discover strength and flexibility for a balanced yoga practice.

Bhakti-style & Vinyasa Flow

Temple may have some teachers that offer the mantra Om or, a chant to Source. Our teachers welcome anyone from any background or belief system, faith, or any kind of devotion. We keep our classes upbeat vinyasa flow typically in an 85 degree room, not stifling or over-heated environment. This class is still sweat producing but mostly from your efforts and not an outside source. This is a challenging, yet accessible class for most levels, with an optional emphasis on diving deep into embodying your spiritual practice. Break a sweat to some fun music while building strength, balance, and flexibility before letting it all go in our final resting posture.


Bhakti yoga is the yoga of love and devotion to the source of our own unique understanding. We offer our yoga practice to one. It starts with one. One person who we would do it all for or maybe a place or to Source. A remembrance of the way that yoga is union and that includes the Self or the consciousness that dwells within each one of us. Learn about Bhakti yoga in a regular yoga class setting and become enchanted by India’s timeless and still relevant ancient traditions.

The Vinyasa Method
From the AYI; The purpose of vinyasa is for internal cleansing. Breathing and moving together while performing asanasmakes the blood hot, or as Pattabhi Jois says, boils the blood. Thick blood is dirty and causes disease in the body. The heat created from yoga cleans the blood and makes it thin, so that it may circulate freely. The combination of the asanas with movement and breath make the blood circulate freely around all the joints, taking away body pains. When there is a lack of circulation, pain occurs. The heated blood also moves through all the internal organs removing impurities and disease, which are brought out of the body by the sweat that occurs during practice.
Radiant Flow

We all need stress relief! (Energy Balancing) Radiant Flow is great for a beginner to learn and for anyone as a calm yet strong moving meditation. You will feel as if you’re wringing your body out like a wet towel from basic sequences designed to heat the blood while improving strength and flexibility.  Finally, leaving you with a balanced yoga practice. There is some music to accompany the practice plus crystal bowls and sometimes other healing modalities.

Core Flow Yoga

Whether you are a beginner or an advanced practitioner, this class offers a challenging and creative sequence with a focus on breath, alignment, core strengthening, and vinyasa flow. With focus, guidance, and some inspiring music, you will not only tune into every muscle in your body, but also into your spirit. So do yourself a favor, take a break from the outside world, tune into You, and move with (the amazing!) Susan Frankovich.



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New Student Special 1 Month Unlimited Yoga: $54

*College/Student $45 first month and $55 after month-to-month

Monthly Unlimited: $108 

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Yearly Unlimited Yoga $900 

Single & Bundle Classes

Single class $18
Students (College or High School) must show current I.D. $10

Senior 55 & up $10

Military $10

Class Passes
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10 classes $100
20 classes $180
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