Quest for Balance Wellness is staffed by highly trained and professional teachers certified by leading schools. Each teacher demonstrates a commitment to continuing education by attending workshop and training opportunities.
Originally a Yoga Studio, yoga remains the heart of Quest for Balance Wellness. We offer a variety of classes to meet each person's needs. Our schedule has been limited by COVID, and as of May 2021, we are gradually introducing new and additional classes into the schedule.
Current classes include:
- Sunrise Yoga
- Gentle Yoga
- Ashtanga Yoga
- Yoga for Strength and Mobility
- Chair Yoga
- Introduction to Yoga (individual instruction)
- Movement + Yin Yoga
Be sure to check our schedule for the most up to date information and our class descriptions page for specific information about all of our classes.
Our Yoga Teachers
New! Ashtanga Yoga 4 week series
Starting Saturday April 10, 11:00am-12:15pm, in-studio and online
Join Elise Gallagher for this introduction to Ashtanga Yoga. Ashtanga Yoga is often described as an energetic practice that synchronizes breath with movement. Unlike Vinyasa which can be varied, traditional ashtanga follows a precise sequence of poses that are physically challenging. The series starts Saturday April 10 at 11:00am and class is scheduled for 75 minutes.
New! Movement + Yin Yoga
Starting Tuesday May 25, 7:00-8:00pm, in-studio only
Join Laura Conners for evening practice of movement warm-ups followed by a sequence of longer-held Yin poses. Movement practice is designed to work with the muscles of the body while Yin Yoga allows us to work the deeper tissues of our ligaments, joints, fascia networks, and our bones. Come awaken your body on the mat. Leave class feeling good, lighter, invigorated
All Levels Vinyasa – A blend of alignment based yoga combined with creative sequencing and an emphasis on moving in sync with the breath. The practice will accommodate all levels, providing modifications for poses as needed, and offering more challenge for those who are ready. Some knowledge/experience with basic yoga poses or completion of the Intro. to Yoga workshop is recommended.
Chair Yoga – Using the chair as a prop and source of support, this class explores variations in traditional yoga postures. Appropriate for anyone who has difficulty getting down and up from the floor or recovering from injury. Can also apply chair yoga to an office environment.
Community Yoga – This is a gentle class appropriate for all levels, offered once a week for $5.00.
Gentle Yoga– A gentle approach to yoga that incorporates standing, seated, and reclined poses that focus on mobilizing joints and promoting ease in the body. Gentle Flow combines both static poses and dynamic movement, gently encouraging the body to open in organic ways. The class is slow paced and offers modifications to meet each student’s personal ability level. No yoga experience is necessary.
Pilates – This class focuses on building core strength, enhancing spine health, and overall fitness. The class builds progressively over the six week period. All levels are welcome, no experience necessary.
Meditation/Vinyasa Flow – This begins with meditation and breathwork and moves into Vinyasa Flow. All are welcome, no experience necessary.
Sunrise Yoga – Roll out of bed and warm up your body with intentional movement and breath work. Build energy as the practice progresses into sequences infused with sun salutations to greet the morning! Guaranteed to finish on time so you can get to work on time!
Yin Yoga – A slow, meditative yoga practice that helps you unravel deep-seated tension. In a yin class, you will be asked to hold seated or reclined postures for three to five minutes. You will slowly soften into the poses at a pace that feels good for your body. Yin is the perfect compliment to more active practices.
Yoga for Alignment & Balance - A practice that allows for postures to be held, explored and deepened. This class emphasizes alignment and somatic awareness as a way of cultivating our understanding of the body and bringing balance to the system.
Yoga For Strength & Mobility –A practice that integrates building strength, stability and flexibility. A vinyasa style yoga class, focusing on all large muscle groups and joints and, encouraging the body to move thoughtfully. Yogi's will experience challenges on the mat, yet find success as the class is suitable for all levels of experience.