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New Teachers!!

Siri Radha Kaur

Siri Radha Kaur hails from the west coast of our fair nation. She is a Kundalini Yogi, doctoral student in Communication, nature lover,  deep breather, and dedicated consumer of kale. She lives for kirtan, meditation, and excellent conversation.  Raised by parents who were avid explorers of yoga, music, art, and spiritual practices from many different traditions, Kundalini Yoga (as Taught by Yogi Bhajan) was a natural fit when she found it in 2009. She has been practicing this rich tradition ever since and sharing it with others since 2013. Her name means: Radiant lioness of the Divine who has great mastery of her spiritual path and inspires others. It is her fondest dream to live up to this.

Kelsey Tripp

Kelsey was inspired to become a yoga instructor in order to help others help themselves. She recently completed a 200 hour Teacher Training in Evansville, Indiana at Evansville Yoga Center. Since then, she has fallen in love with sharing yoga with others. Her gentle practice focuses on basic poses while providing a safe environment through variations and the use of props.

Christine Shrank

A 17 year yoga practitioner, Christine fell in love with yoga from the beginning. She loves how yoga helps her to heal imbalances, cultivate centeredness and clarity and facilitate strength, flexibility and balance. After attending an intensive yoga retreat in Bali in 2001 with Ann Barros, she felt inspired to go deeper into yoga practice and philosophy and completed her 200 hour teacher training in 2002 at the Temple of Kriya Yoga in Chicago under the guidance of Goswami Kriyananda. She taught at multiple locations throughout the northwest suburbs of Illinois before moving to Carbondale, and has immensely enjoyed witnessing the amazing benefits that yoga brings to her students. She combines a relaxed and meditative environment in her classes with uplifting music and inspiring affirmations, placing emphasis on linking breath with movement and present moment awareness.


Additional New Classes forming…

Yin Flow (Essential Oil Savasana) – Wednesdays – 10:30-12:00 noon  — with Joan Sherwood

Begins in October… (TBA)

Combining the yin (passive / still / interior) and the yang (active / moving /exterior)  principles, we will begin with slow flow patterns that warm the body (yang), followed by a series of passive asanas (yin) that are held for a time to balance the body and create mindfulness.  Essential oils are offered to those who wish them, to enrich your experience during final relaxation.

What is Yin Yoga?

Yin Yoga has the same goals and objectives as any other style of yoga; however it targets the deeper connective tissues; ligaments, bones, and even the joints, rather than the larger superficial muscular tissues.  It is suitable for all levels of students.  It is a perfect complement to the dynamic styles of other exercise and our otherwise busy lifestyles.

A word about Essential Oils… coming soon…


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~one | o | one yoga~

  • 11 ongoing classes every week
  • 8  RYT certified teachers
  • Instruction in alignment-based,  kundalini,  restorative,  vinyasa, therapeutic, hot and gentle yoga styles.
  • Private sessions available
  • Workshops and Special Events


website updated 7/16/15