A little bit about us

Namaste Peaceful ~ an intimate yoga studio and peace for the entire family

Thank you for choosing Namaste Peaceful to begin your yoga and wellness journey.  We are so grateful you're here! We are an intimate studio, with a passion to meet you exactly where you are. Whether you're going with the flow or feeling caught in the chaos, we're here to guide you. Our classes focus on functional mobility, proper alignment, breath, and mindful movement. We care more about what you're feeling rather than if it looks “right”. Our aim is for you to release what is no longer serving you and leave feeling connected and empowered to live from your authentic truth.

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Peace begins with you

We believe there is power in living out your truth in an authentic and peaceful way.  When you connect better with yourself, you can better connect with  family, friends, and colleagues. Coming to your mat regularly with an intentional practice is just the beginning of your journey. Tuning inward to focus on your core values and beliefs and aligning your life in a way where you show up for your priorities is powerful.  

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Peaceful Kids

We live in a world that encourages us to do more, achieve more, and add more to our already full calendar.  We are left feeling exhausted, overwhelmed, and like we're never enough. This belief system skews our true value and self-worth. We pass these habits on to our children and they become stressed, anxious, over-stimulated, and are left without knowing how to cope with obstacles and emotional challenges. We are passionate about equipping our young people with the skills and tools they need to stand in their truth and live the life they were created to live.  Our kids classes and series are specifically designed for all children, especially those who battle ADHD, ADD, Anxiety, Depression, those who are highly stressed, and overwhelmed. 

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Peaceful Families

We have become so consumed by the constant "speed" of life, that we are missing the mark with our family.  I believe there is a growing need for our families to slow down and focus on each other, to connect in a meaningful way, to disconnect from the screen, and spend sincere quality time together. This encourages a stronger family unit through communication and experience.  Peaceful families learn to pause, slow down the pace of life, and prioritize what is most important.