About The Studio

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Studio 1

Studio 1 is our large warmed studio space. The temperature is kept between 85 and 90 degrees to help warm up the muscles and encourage a deeper stretch, while still keeping everyone safe. This beautiful space was once a warehouse and still boasts 13 foot high ceilings. 

Studio 2

Studio 2 is a smaller unheated space and holds classes such as Gentle Yoga, Kid's Yoga, Restorative Yoga, Teacher  Training and workshops.

 Locker Rooms

Coming soon......... Locker Rooms are currently under construction but will soon feature cubbies, vanities, and showers for your convenience. 

 

 
Meet  Kelsea.... I have always loved pursuing a challenge, which is why I avoided yoga for so long. I wrongly assumed it was something that was easy. I finally came to my senses after a friend pushed me into a studio and I left exhausted and exhilarated. After falling in love with yoga and letting it change me in so many ways for the better, I knew I wanted to help others see the good it could do in their own lives. I completed my teacher training through YogaWorks, became a registered yoga teacher with Yoga Alliance and have been honored to teach ever since. I believe that yoga is being able to get your body and mind working as one towards a goal that will both challenge you and change you. It is accepting where you are, striving to be better than you are, and knowing it is an ongoing journey you will never finish. This is how I came up with the name Limitless Yoga. It reminds me that no matter how advanced you may become, there is always something more to strive towards.  “Yoga teaches us to cure what need not be endured and endure what cannot be cured.” ~ B.K.S. Iyengar

Meet  Kelsea....
I have always loved pursuing a challenge, which is why I avoided yoga for so long. I wrongly assumed it was something that was easy. I finally came to my senses after a friend pushed me into a studio and I left exhausted and exhilarated. After falling in love with yoga and letting it change me in so many ways for the better, I knew I wanted to help others see the good it could do in their own lives. I completed my teacher training through YogaWorks, became a registered yoga teacher with Yoga Alliance and have been honored to teach ever since.

I believe that yoga is being able to get your body and mind working as one towards a goal that will both challenge you and change you. It is accepting where you are, striving to be better than you are, and knowing it is an ongoing journey you will never finish. This is how I came up with the name Limitless Yoga. It reminds me that no matter how advanced you may become, there is always something more to strive towards. 

“Yoga teaches us to cure what need not be endured and endure what cannot be cured.” ~ B.K.S. Iyengar

Meet Kinsey......  I began practicing yoga 3 years ago, primarily for stretching. My first corporate job had me sitting in a chair 8 hours a day, and my back hurt constantly. In addition to solving my back pain, yoga helped me lose and keep off thirty-five pounds. I find teaching to be incredibly rewarding. I love helping students improve their form, learn new poses, and see their confidence grow. I strive to always have a warm and welcoming yoga class and hope you'll join me! “Always find time for the things that make you feel happy to be alive”   

Meet Kinsey......
 I began practicing yoga 3 years ago, primarily for stretching. My first corporate job had me sitting in a chair 8 hours a day, and my back hurt constantly. In addition to solving my back pain, yoga helped me lose and keep off thirty-five pounds. I find teaching to be incredibly rewarding. I love helping students improve their form, learn new poses, and see their confidence grow. I strive to always have a warm and welcoming yoga class and hope you'll join me!

“Always find time for the things that make you feel happy to be alive” 

 

Meet Stephanie I began yoga as yet another workout challenge. The increased strength and mobility I gained were immediately helpful in my workday ergonomics. With time, the energy of the physical practice gave way to an increased spiritual and mental focus that has helped me cultivate a calm environment for the patients and staff of my dental practice. I have completed two 200 hour teacher trainings both with the Institute of Interdisciplinary Yoga Studies and Yoga Works. Additionally I have attended courses with others such as Doug Keller, Noah Maze and Ray Long. I enjoy teaching and helping others find strength and awareness in their own bodies and minds. “True yoga is not about the shape of your body, but the shape of your life.” Aadil Palkhivala    

Meet Stephanie
I began yoga as yet another workout challenge. The increased strength and mobility I gained were immediately helpful in my workday ergonomics. With time, the energy of the physical practice gave way to an increased spiritual and mental focus that has helped me cultivate a calm environment for the patients and staff of my dental practice. I have completed two 200 hour teacher trainings both with the Institute of Interdisciplinary Yoga Studies and Yoga Works. Additionally I have attended courses with others such as Doug Keller, Noah Maze and Ray Long. I enjoy teaching and helping others find strength and awareness in their own bodies and minds.

“True yoga is not about the shape of your body, but the shape of your life.” Aadil Palkhivala

 

 

Meet Megan.... I started practicing yoga when I was in college and was looking for a way to stay active and relieve stress. After college, I continued to practice yoga as a way to stay in shape and feel good in my body. I really began to enjoy the challenge that it gave me physically and the focus and clarity I felt mentally and emotionally. I initially began my teacher training  to deepen my own personal practice and to develop a good foundation in yoga. But by the end of the training, I decided I really wanted to teach yoga as well. Yoga has had such an amazing impact on my life, I want to be able to share that with other people. I really love being able to guide people through a practice that brings me so much joy. I'm excited to share my practice with you! "Life is a balance of holding on and letting go" ~Rumi  

Meet Megan....
I started practicing yoga when I was in college and was looking for a way to stay active and relieve stress. After college, I continued to practice yoga as a way to stay in shape and feel good in my body. I really began to enjoy the challenge that it gave me physically and the focus and clarity I felt mentally and emotionally. I initially began my teacher training  to deepen my own personal practice and to develop a good foundation in yoga. But by the end of the training, I decided I really wanted to teach yoga as well. Yoga has had such an amazing impact on my life, I want to be able to share that with other people. I really love being able to guide people through a practice that brings me so much joy. I'm excited to share my practice with you!

"Life is a balance of holding on and letting go" ~Rumi

 

Meet Robin.... Yoga for me started while I was in college.  I added it to my routine because my mom suggested I try it and the schedule at the studio lined up nicely with my class schedule.  I wasn't able to do anything the teacher was asking of me so I felt challenged and had to go back.  Eventually I did improve and grew to enjoy falling out of poses.  Over the years my practice did get away from me, but I still had an interest.  I started practicing Yoga again consistently after having knee surgery and saw rapid improvement in the healing process.  I wanted to learn more so I signed up for a 200 hour Yoga teacher training.  It was an amazing experience, but I still didn't have the itch to teach.  Later, I was asked to teach a few classes at Compelled Fitness and loved doing it; I was hooked on teaching from that point.  When Kelsea asked me to teach at her studio I was over the moon and also a bit terrified.  It's been amazing so far and I can't wait to see how my teaching and personal practice develop

Meet Robin....
Yoga for me started while I was in college.  I added it to my routine because my mom suggested I try it and the schedule at the studio lined up nicely with my class schedule.  I wasn't able to do anything the teacher was asking of me so I felt challenged and had to go back.  Eventually I did improve and grew to enjoy falling out of poses.  Over the years my practice did get away from me, but I still had an interest.  I started practicing Yoga again consistently after having knee surgery and saw rapid improvement in the healing process.  I wanted to learn more so I signed up for a 200 hour Yoga teacher training.  It was an amazing experience, but I still didn't have the itch to teach.  Later, I was asked to teach a few classes at Compelled Fitness and loved doing it; I was hooked on teaching from that point.  When Kelsea asked me to teach at her studio I was over the moon and also a bit terrified.  It's been amazing so far and I can't wait to see how my teaching and personal practice develop

 Meet Madison...... I'm a photographer and yoga teacher with a slight obsession for cats. I've been teaching yoga for 2 years. I'm just in LOVE with heated yoga flows. Yoga means self love, mindfulness and strength for me. About 3 years ago I walked into the heated room and was totally terrified. Now, I can't go a day without yoga! It's a wonderful accepting community that I am so proud to be a part of. I can't wait to see you at a class! 

 Meet Madison......
I'm a photographer and yoga teacher with a slight obsession for cats. I've been teaching yoga for 2 years. I'm just in LOVE with heated yoga flows. Yoga means self love, mindfulness and strength for me. About 3 years ago I walked into the heated room and was totally terrified. Now, I can't go a day without yoga! It's a wonderful accepting community that I am so proud to be a part of. I can't wait to see you at a class!