Virtual Classes


In-studio Class Passes:

Unfortunately, we are currently closed for in-studio classes. Since we plan on re-opening for in-studio classes when the pandemic is over, your in-studio passes can still be used then. If you have any in-studio class passes that have not been used yet, you may receive store credit or choose to keep them under your name at our studio to use when we re-open.

If you would like to keep your class passes at our studio to use when we re-open, you do not need to inform us. All unused classes will have their expiration dates extended as needed.

If you would like store credit instead, please email us at yogacorefit¡gmail.com so we can assist you with this. Store credit may be used for future in-studio classes or to purchase retail items.

Virtual Classes:
– Kids Yoga
– Yin Yoga Bliss
– Mat Pilates
You are invited to join Carol in her freely offered virtual classes. Please email her at yogacorefit@gmail.com to get the times and Zoom link for these classes.

We look forward to seeing you!

Welcome to our yoga studio! I am so excited to share the benefits of yoga and mat Pilates with you! Looking forward to seeing you soon!


We believe in providing an effective and exciting workout that builds strength and endurance, without adding unnecessary bulk. We want you to get into great shape by using core enhancing Pilates exercises and strength building yoga poses that lengthen and tone, giving you a dancer like body.

You will achieve:

  • Increased flexibility
  • Stronger muscles (without bulk)
  • Enhanced body tone
  • Reduced stress
  • Better posture
  • Increased endurance
  • Relaxed and clear mind
  • Stronger core
  • Improved balance
  • Injury prevention

Upcoming Workshops

Corona Virus Adjustment: Our “actual studio building” is temporarily closed.

Our studio is temporarily closed
due to the Corona Virus COVID-19 pandemic.

This decision comes from LOVE: love for our yoga family members, ourselves, and our community.
We hope this pandemic passes quickly, and we can come back soon to share our good vibes at our studio.
We want our teachers and students in our yoga community to be safe, healthy, and well.

Ahisma: the yoga practice of non-harming

All expiration dates of Class Passes and One Month Passes will be extended as necessary when the studio re-opens. All current Auto-renewals Monthly Unlimited will be extended also as necessary.
Thank you for your patience and understanding as we strive to keep our community healthy.
Please take care of yourself, your family, and loved ones.

View our website for updates of when we will re-open.

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