Moving Mountains Yoga is a contemporary yoga studio offering professional instruction to those seeking balance of mind and body

What is Yoga?

The word yoga translates as union or to yoke. Yoga can be defined simply as anything that unites you to the present moment. Yoga asana or yoga poses and meditation is a practice for longevity of optimal health for body, mind and spirit, and can include various traditions and styles. Continue to read to explore the styles we offer. Yoga is not a religion, but can deepen your self awareness, connecting you more to any form of spirituality. As with all people, yoga is diverse and each experience is different, to best define yoga is to practice for yourself.

VINYASA

Vinyasa Flow classes is a dynamic style of yoga that syncs movement and breath, typically offering more cardio and strength elements to the practice.

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HATHA

Hatha classes can include hatha and hatha flow yoga. Traditional hatha yoga is an alignment focused practice, and hatha flow yoga is alignment focused with simple transitions from pose to pose.

RESTORATIVE

Restorative classes can include gentle and yin yoga. Restorative classes emphasize rest and relaxation for students looking to alleviate stress and fatigue.

Find Your Balance

Schedule

  • Community Yoga Every Friday 6pm

    Every Friday you can enjoy an all levels yoga class for donation lead by a different teacher each week. This class is an act of seva/service for the teachers who volunteer and give back, and all proceeds benefit Moving Mountains Non-Profit Organization, an organization dedicated to bringing wellness to West Virginia.

  • 108 Savasana New Year Challenge Starting January 1st

    Need friendly competition and incentive to motivate you? 108 Savasana New Year Challenge is designed to inspire. It’s simple, start your yoga routine with us in the New Year, first person to practice 108 savasanas/classes wins a 5 class pass and swag bag from our retail section! We will help you stay the course with your self care with classes 7 days a week, ask us how to sign up.

  • Kids Yoga Series with Kristen Bowles, Pre K Ages 3-5 Mondays, January 21-February 11 1-2pm

    Join Kristen and Saige, for a lighthearted introduction to all that yoga has to offer. We will explore animal themed yoga poses, winter themed story time, age appropriate meditation techniques, and more. Kids will increase their body awareness, learn calming techniques, and learn ways to stay healthy all while having fun! Pre-K ages 3-5, kids only class. $15 drop in

  • Kids Yoga Series with Violet and Whitney, K-2nd grade Friday, January 18-February 22, 4:30-5:30

    Join Violet and Whitney for animal themed yoga, winter inspired storytime, meditation and rest. Kids will have fun together with lighthearted yoga, learn about their breath and body and relax at the end of the week. Parents enjoy this hour to yourself as this class is just for kids. K-2nd grade – kids only – $15 drop in

  • Beginners Workshop with Kathi Peterson Sundays, February 3, 10 & 17, 1-3pm

    New to yoga or want to learn a few basics before trying a class? Or perhaps it’s been awhile since you practiced or you want to refresh or revisit your foundation of yoga? The Beginners Workshop is designed to give you the tools to feel confident practicing yoga at home or in a class. We will spend two hours together for three Sundays reviewing the basics of a traditional yoga practice, including movement, modifications, review of props and styles, meditation, mindfulness and more – $50 for full series

  • Mommy and Me Series with Chrissy Lewin Wednesdays, February 6-March 13, 12-1pm

    Join Chrissy Lewin for a supportive, all levels yoga class where babies are welcome! This class invites Moms and babies to enjoy a space where you can practice yoga and create community. Class will include strength building yet gentle yoga with understanding for breaks, nursing, diaper changes and movement or meditation while holding your baby. This class is created to remind Moms that they are not alone and to make time for self care and connection.

    Chrissy is a mother of four and also a mother who suffered from anxiety and post-partum depression. At times, she didn’t even realize how unhappy she was and was simply “going through the motions.” A yoga practice, supportive friends and family lifted her spirits. She knows how amazing being a mom is, but also how lonely it can be at times. In this class she hopes to not only remind mothers how strong their bodies are, but to also build a strong community of mothers uplifting each other. $100 for full series

  • Valentines Day Couple Workshop Thursday, February 14, 6-7:30pm

    Celebrate love! Join Whitney Ingram and husband Steve to inspire and foster connection with the ones you love. This is an all levels restorative partner workshop. Register as a couple, which can include any variation of couple or friendship – $30 per couple 12 person capacity for space and intimacy

  • Courage and Cupcakes: A Children’s Yoga Workshop with Chrissy Lewin Sunday, February 24, 2-3:30pm

    Chrissy Lewin will build courage in your child by practicing grounding, standing, and balancing poses to challenge your little yogis and teach them how much they can do and that falling is fun too. Your child will work on yoga poses that cross the midline of their bodies, to activate the right and left sides of the brain aiding in improving focus and memory, while learning about their body. Additionally class includes a yummy Cupcake Geology science lesson where children can eat the cupcake at the end. This class is just for kids, upon registration please include permission to eat the cupcake and any allergies etc. Ages 6-12, $25 per child.

  • Understanding Your Energetic Body Workshop Series with Sue Silver Sunday March 3, 10, 17, 24, & 31, 12:30-1:30pm

    During this five week workshop series you will explore meditation, breath work and understanding your energetic body. Each week will explore a different topic of the energetic body and will provide you with tools and understanding to apply to your meditation practice – $100 for full series or drop in $20/class

    Sunday March 3rd 12:30-1:30pm – The Fundamental Shift
    Sunday March 10th 12:30-1:30pm – The Power Within
    Sunday March17th 12:30-1:30pm – The Chakras & Balancing the Chakras
    Sunday March 24th 12:30-1:30pm – The Auric Fields & Energizing All Layers
    Sunday March 31st 12:30-1:30pm Self Knowledge & Self Healing

  • Yoga for Runners Workshop with Laurel Webster Saturday, March 16, 2-4pm

    Ready to be an even stronger, more balanced runner? Make this running season your best yet by integrating a consistent yoga practice. Join Laurel Webster yogi and runner, for this two-hour workshop, you’ll learn the strength building benefits of yoga to amp up your endurance and speed, as well as the stretches and positions you need to maintain flexibility and recover with ease. $30 per person

  • Pranayama & Meditation Workshop Series with Whitney Ingram Saturdays, March 23, June 22, & September 22, 4-6pm

    This workshop is designed to help you cultivate your personal meditation practice with insights on various techniques and styles. As a series that takes us into each season, Whitney will guide you through seasonally balancing breathing techniques and meditation to support your nervous system all year. Feel free to enjoy the full series or drop into any of the classes – $25 per class