Please only join in person when you have no symptoms of a contagious illness
Indoor classes at Yoga Shala 204 W Main St Carrboro
Zoom classes online at a screen near you
Please Sign the Waiver
Live Yoga Classes Schedule
10:30 – 11:50am
5:45 – 7:15pm
7:30 – 8:50pm
4:15 – 5:35pm
10 – 11:35am
10am – 12pm
A Safe Space for All Bodies with Iryna
This class provides a safe, non-judgmental space for people of all shapes and sizes to practice yoga through body awareness, breath, movement, and stillness. We will move through gentle seated and standing poses and include a short flowing sequence each week.
Late Spring series: May 1 – June 19 (no class May 15)
Summer series: July 17 – Aug 21
Mondays 6:00 – 7:15 pm
Pre-Registration is required
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One Friday Evening a Month
7:20-8:35pm, check dates
High-energy call and response chanting of simple Sanskrit Names of the Divine.
Path of Yoga
Every Thursday evening 6:00-7:20pm
Advanced Yoga Study Group. Weekly study, meditation, practical teaching and discussion.
Yoga Study Group
One Saturday a month
Study foundational yoga texts in a group setting.
Yoga Teacher Training
2023-2024 Dates Now Posted
Where should I park near Yoga Shala Carrboro?
There is almost no parking at the building. Please park at the free Carrboro public parking lots either on Laurel Street a little down from the Farmer’s Market or on Weaver Street between The Wellness Alliance and Sparrow & Sons Plumbing. DO NOT PARK AT AUTO LOGIC when they are open!
How does being a Go Deep Member work?
Membership simply means you’ve signed the waiver. Once you’ve signed the waiver, you’ll get a password to get you into the studio where you will find the Zoom meeting links. You’ll also get the passcode for all of the Zoom classes.
How does a by Donation studio work?
The donation requested is $10-20 per class; this IS NOT a cost! Please give what you can, whether on this scale or not. Money should never prevent anyone from coming as much as they want, and no one is ever turned away for financial reasons. From the blog: thoughts on donation yoga