Upper Valley Yoga

A community of passionate students & instructors, practicing the art of yoga together.
Established 1999. White River Junction, Vermont.
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Classes Today

Nov
13

Hatha (1) THETFORD LOCATION

Cathy Vansant

9:00 -
10:00 am
Nov
13

Gentle

Leslie Carleton

10:00 -
11:00 am
Nov
13

Vinyasa Flow (1-2)

Jen Avery

12:00 -
1:00 pm
Nov
13

Intro to Yoga

Christina Micalizio

4:00 -
5:15 pm
Nov
13

Hatha (1-2)

Deb Heimann

5:30 -
6:45 pm

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FEATURED YOGA PACKAGES

Purchase classes

SINGLE
PASS

Attend any yoga class
that we offer

$18


Senior/Student rate:

$15
 

10 CLASS
PASS

Attend any 10 yoga
classes

$145


Senior/Student:

$130
 

MONTHLY,
UNLIMITED

Unlimited monthly yoga,
six month commitment

$99/month

Members are welcome to bring one free guest per month

This pass is
auto-renewing

NEWCOMER
PASS

Attend three
classes

$30


Local and first-time guests only

Expires after
15 days

OUR PHILOSOPHY

Our studio’s philosophy is rooted in the firm belief that everyone can do yoga. Our diverse offerings reflect that belief: we meet you where you are while helping you build the tools to grow, and encouraging you to listen to your own body’s wisdom. Most of our intermediate and advanced classes revolve around fun and mindful vinyasa flow that draws on the lineages of Ashtanga, Iyengar, and Anusara Yoga.

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UPCOMING EVENTS

Nov
22

5:30 - 6:45 pm

Yin Yoga

Join Erin for Yin Yoga. There is a yin practice for every season, and at this time of year yin helps with the shortening days and sense of loss, as a result, that many feel. The physical postures focus on the upper body—chest, shoulders and back—benefiting our posture and general outlook.

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Nov
24

5:00 - 6:30 pm

Restorative Yoga

Miriah is back to teach restorative yoga this month! Restorative Yoga is exactly what it sounds like—a combination of gentle yoga and restorative poses. Restorative postures use multiple props to support the body so that you can hold poses for longer than is typical in an active practice. This nourishing support allows you to open the body through passive stretching and experience deep peace, ease and release. The postures are usually adapted from supine or seated yoga poses with the addition of blocks, bolsters, and blankets to eliminate strain.