Repped – Inclusive Yoga Series

Repped – Inclusive Yoga Series:

It is our sacred duty to make yoga accessible and welcoming for all. As part of our continuing efforts, we offer a series celebrating underrepresented and underserved communities: Repped – Inclusive Yoga Series.

Repped classes are led by and will center members of these communities. It will be a time for practitioners to celebrate and recharge in a space dedicated to themselves and their unique experiences. Allies and friends are welcome to join in practice, in joy, and in unity.

Please be mindful that the space has been cultivated by and for a specific community. As a valued practitioner, please be aware of your role as observer, listener, and student.

It’s been an absolute honor to be Reppin’ since 2022.


Repped Artists & Creators: In addition to yoga offerings, local artists, creators, and vendors from the community are also highlighted throughout the studio and in our boutique. Stop by, and browse artwork and products while supporting your local artists and our greater mission. Do you have a favorite artist or vendor we should know about? Are you a local artist or vendor from an underrepresented community? Let us know here.


Current Repped Series:

All classes are all levels. No prior experience is required. All classes are Sundays: 1pm-2:15pm.

☮️Current Repped Schedule Black Communities: Feb 4th -March 10th:
Sun, Feb 4th: Chacha King – Heated Power Flow {Sign up}
Sun, Feb 11th: Ayanna Wells – Gentle Vinyasa {Sign up}
Sun, Feb 18th: Toni Thomas – Restorative-Yin Yoga {Sign up}
Sun, Feb 25th: Marquette Heaven – Heated Power Flow {Sign up}
Sun, March 3rd: Alexis Reed – Flow + Let Go {Sign up}

📚Repped Book Club – Meeting date: Sun, March 3rd, 2:30pm: My Grandmother’s Hands, by Resmaa Menakem – start reading now! Sign up for Book Club {free to join & particiapte}.
Join us for our Repped Book Club! We’ll meet at the studio with our book club facilitator, Zahra. She will guide the discussion with questions and prompts, with plenty of time to share. You don’t need to have read the entire book (or at all) to join the meeting. Light refreshments will be served.

💆🏽‍♀️Self-Care Workshop for Women’s History Month:
Sun, March 17th – 2-4pm: Women’s Healing Circle: Acupuncture + Yoga with Jessie Hill* {Sign up}
Do you love yoga? Have you been interested in trying acupuncture? Join Jessie Hill of Hilltop Healing for an “acu-yoga” workshop where we combine the healing benefits of yoga and acupuncture into one workshop! This workshop will begin with a feel-good yoga flow designed to encourage a harmonious flow in the body. Following the yoga flow, we will shift into a restorative shape to receive an acupuncture treatment. Acupuncture treatments are a safe and effective way to restore harmony in the body. No yoga or acupuncture experience required. *Our definition of women is comprehensive and inclusive- including cis, trans, and individuals who identify as women.

☮️Upcoming Repped Series Schedule – 2024:

  • Muslim Women: April
  • AAPI (Asian American Pacific Islander): May
  • LGBTQIA+ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex, Queer/Questioning, Asexual+): June
  • Latinx: TBA
  • Special events/offerings

🤎Previous Repped Series:

  • Black Communities, led by Black Teachers
  • Muslim Communities, led by Muslim Teachers (Women Only)*
    *Women’s Only Class: These classes are specially designed to provide space to Muslim women to practice with or without hijab.
  • Latinx Communities, Led by Latina teachers (classes en español).
  • AAPI (Asian American Pacific Islander) Communities, Led by AAPI teachers.
  • LGBTQIA+ Communities, Led by LGBTQIA+ teachers.
  • Empowered Yoga Series: Yoga for Teens, Chair / Mat Accessible Yoga, Pink Ribbon (Breast Cancer Awareness) Yoga, Body Positive Yoga
  • Trauma-Informed Yoga
  • Yoga for Vets / Military / First Responders

Class details:

  • All classes are all levels. No prior experience is required.
  • All classes are 1pm-2:15pm.
  • Check the online schedule to learn more about who’s leading class and the class description (style of class).
  • Each session is 75 minutes. This will include at least a 60 minute practice. A portion of the session may be used for other group activities at the teacher’s discretion.
  • Teachers will be compensated at our regular studio class rates. If you would like to add an additional donation to support the teachers, reach out to the studio or contact the teacher directly.

Financial Accessibility:
In efforts to minimize any possible barriers to attending, either reach out to us, or take advantage of our “Karma Pass” (5 classes for $50). This pass can be purchased once per calendar month and expires 60 days after purchase.

Additional pricing information:


Feedback & Referrals
Are there any communities you would like to see celebrated in the Repped series? Let us know here.
Do you have a favorite artist or vendor we should know about? Are you a local artist or vendor from an underrepresented community? Let us know here.


☮️Class descriptions for Current Series – Black Communities. This series celebrates Black Communities, led by Black Teachers:

Feb 4th: Heated Power Flow with Chacha (she/her):

A fitness-based approach to Vinyasa style flow, but in a heated room. Students will focus on linking conscious breath with a vigorous and mindful flow. Build strength, flexibility and concentration while cleansing the body and calming the mind. Expect a great cardiovascular and strength building workout combined with breath work.Bring a towel and water! All levels are welcome, but some yoga experience is suggested. Approx class temp: ~85-92+ degrees.

Feb 11th: Gentle Flow with Ayanna (she/her):

For beginners through intermediate students. You’ll be guided through postures in a Vinyasa style, beginning with the basic poses, but allowing for more challenging poses based on your practice level. Props are encouraged to allow the body to fully achieve each pose comfortably. Great class for those who are looking for a gentle experience, new to yoga, or need a change of pace. Also perfect for students with injuries or limitations.

Feb 18th: Restorative-Yin with Toni (she/her):

A meditative experience for both the mind and body! Restorative yoga poses require little or no muscular exertion; each pose is held for several minutes. Without the distraction of constant movement and muscle engagement, your connective tissues have the opportunity to stretch and release. Though you will receive intentional guidance during the class to notice any thoughts of sensations arising in your body; this is a practice of silence and stillness. Participants leave feeling grounded, well rested, and nourished; with a new cultivated awareness. No yoga or meditation experience is needed.

Feb 25th: Heated Power Flow with Marquette

A fitness-based approach to Vinyasa style flow, but in a heated room. Students will focus on linking conscious breath with a vigorous and mindful flow. Build strength, flexibility and concentration while cleansing the body and calming the mind. Expect a great cardiovascular and strength building workout combined with breath work.Bring a towel and water! All levels are welcome, but some yoga experience is suggested. Approx class temp: ~85-92+ degrees.

March 3rd: Flow + Let Go with Alexis (she/her)

In this Vinyasa Flow class you will synchronize breath with movement. Students will focus on linking conscious breath with a mindful flow. In a Vinyasa class, students awaken their strength, energy, and flexibility in a fun atmosphere. Class will end with ~15 minutes of relaxation… that’s the “let go” part. This portion of class may include pranayama / breathwork, restorative and other relaxing postures.