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Studio Yoga


Elisabeth, Heather and Lesley Lynn

We are a Yoga Studio that strives to transform the body, invigorate the mind, inspire the spirit and empower clients to live a better life. Studio Yoga features Hatha Yoga, which is a path of physical control that helps create balance in the body. The word breaks into the syllables “Ha” meaning “Sun” and “tha” meaning “Moon”. Hatha Yoga is the balancing and harmonizing of the opposing forces of the body. Physical postures (Asanas) and breathing exercises are combined to create mindful awareness throughout the body. All classes are 75 minutes long and are limited to 6 people. Please call for class availability and reserve your spot.


Our Studio

Yoga classes are held in our relaxing studio featuring hardwood flooring and natural palette. The space is stocked with bolsters, blocks, straps, blankets, sandbags and mats so everything you need for your practice is here. All group classes are 75 minutes in length.

Our Location

We are located in College Station, TX.  Our address is 2423 Earl Rudder Freeway Suite 100.  Studio Yoga is centrally located in Brazos County and easily accessible from Texas A&M University and Highway 6. 

Classes Offered

Relaxation Yoga is a gentle yoga practice that is appropriate for individuals who are new to yoga or would like a yoga experience that restores both the body and mind.  

Vinyasa Flowing Yoga
is a practice that links the asanas (postures) to one another through fluid movements.  Focus is on strengthening, opening the body, and breathing.  The asanas create strength, balance, flexibility, and endurance.  Knowledge of basic yoga postures is needed.   

Prenatal Yoga  is a yoga practice that is specifically designed to maintain health and wellness throughout pregnancy. It helps to boost energy and relieve fatique.

Restorative Yoga
is a form of yoga that utilizes the support of blankets, bolsters and straps to prop the body in various poses. This method allows the student to practice in a manner that is slow and deliberate and will not place excess strain on the body. Restorative yoga is beneficial to your health because:

  • it helps combat the effects of chronic stress through relaxation.
  • it is designed to move the spine in all direction.
  • it can include inverted poses which reverse the effects of gravity.
  • it stimulates and soothes the organs by using the pose/counter-pose approach in sequencing.
  • balances the body's energy level and flow through body alignment and breathing techniques.  

Health conditions that have been attributed to the effects of stress include, but are not limited to, hypertension, asthma, colitis/ irritable bowel syndrome, insomnia, depression and anxiety

Pilates Mat classes focus on exercises developed by Joseph Pilates. The emphasis is  the development of the body through core strength and flexibility.   Become stronger, leaner, longer and more graceful. 

Yoga Sessions are offered as private session (60 minute), Duet (60 minute), Trio, or Group Class (75 minutes).

3 yogis in triangle, kneeling side angle, and balancing 1/2 moon pose


"You may not be what you think you are, but what you think, you are."
- Jim Clark

"Everything in life is pointing us back to our true nature."
- Stephen Cope

"It's not that life is so comfortable from my point of view, it's just that when one is willing to let life in and let life out, it's more comfortable than when one is in resistance to life all the time."
- Patricia Townsend

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