Group Yoga Classes
In-person yoga classes are currently offered at the Fitness Center at Lake of the Woods in Locust Grove, VA. To attend in person you must be a resident or guest of LOWA. All weekly classes are currently available on Zoom and are open to everyone (including non-residents). Please pay and register in advance for either format through Fitli.
Need to borrow a yoga mat or props? Extra props are available on a first-come, first serve basis. Please clean any items you borrow using the provided sanitation wipes.
10:30 AM Gentle Yoga (60 minutes)
Located at LOWA Fitness Center and on Zoom.
*Classes are subject to cancellation. Please check the Fitli calendar for the most up-to-date schedule. If a cancellation occurs due to unforseen circumstances and you are already registered, you will receive a notification via email and your credit will go back into your account.
Drop-in Rate: $12 per class
5-class Package: $57 (expires after 3 months)
10-class Package: $110 (expires after 6 months)
Flow Yoga is a more vigorous practice in which we connect breath with mindful movement. Class includes sun salutations, strength and balance poses, more challenging sequences, and an opportunity to try more advanced postures (options for modifications provided). Class ends with guided relaxation.
This class is great for beginners and for those who want a gentler practice for their joints before moving to a floor practice. We sit in a chair for seated stretches and then stand to use the chair for standing strength poses and balance work. Not your everyday chair class, expect a playful practice and to have fun! Class ends with guided relaxation.
This class is great for beginners and for those who prefer a gentler practice. We focus on building strength, balance, and mobility in our bodies while also tuning into the relaxing effects of the breath and mindful movement. Students should be comfortable getting up and down from the floor. Class ends with guided relaxation.
These yoga classes and workshops are not conducive to personal care of a therapeutic nature, and do not constitute yoga therapy. Therefore, all students must take precautions with their own body and do only what feels comfortable and within their current capacity.