Harmony Yoga is a tranquil space for restoration that offers compassionate,
supportive instruction and a holistic approach to yoga for every "body."

Enjoy a therapeutic style of hatha yoga practices that uses the classical forms of postures as a starting point to make specialized adaptations that focus on alignment, breath and movement. With a goal of creating strength, flexibility and ease in the body and mind, each class utilizes an array of yogic tools to deepen body awareness and foster relaxation into the present moment. Instruction takes the holistic approach of using breath and spinal movement in synchronization with every movement to facilitate less pressure on the physical structure, to increase comfort, range of motion and mobility and to support the function of the nervous system. Small class sizes allow for personally tailored instruction and a safe, supportive environment. Beginners are always welcome.

 Our Principles
  • You do not need to be flexible or have experience to do yoga

  • We meet people where they are and work around special conditions

  • Movement is mindfully adapted to alleviate pain and discomfort

  • Adaptable poses help create healthy biomechanical patterns

  • Transition in and out of yoga poses is adapted to one's physical nature

  • Teachings reach students on physical, mental and psycho-spiritual levels

  • Regular practice brings individuals closer to authentic and lasting fulfillment

Come experience what yoga can do for you. Practicing this unique style sends a signal to every cell of the body to relax, calming racing thoughts and clarifying the spirit. Classes are an eclectic blend of breath control, meditation, functional postures, aromatherapy, self-massage and sacred sound. Meet the world centered, empowered and rejuvenated.

What People Are Saying

Thanks, Lisa.

I feel like you put me through the rinse cycle with fabric softener and then ironed me out.

Sheila T.

I have been taking yoga classes from Lisa for over 11 years. She is fantastic. What I have learned about yoga and my body is this: if I don't go to yoga two times per week, I have lower back pain. If I go regularly, my spine arthritis is under control and I don't have ANY pain or discomfort.

Ann B.

The gentle instruction and intimate, casual and lighthearted atmosphere leave you feeling renewed. Lisa brings back the true meaning of yoga. 

Pamela P.