Yoga & Tai Chi 

Current Class Offerings
Form & Flow

Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays & Fridays, 9 a.m.

with Melanie Williams and Tuesday Irby


Combining breath-linked vinyasa flows with precise hatha alignment cues, this class provides a well-rounded practice for yogis of all levels. This class will make you sweat, stretch, and then settle into yourself in an adaptively challenging environment, providing the opportunity to deepen your practice and explore new poses while offering modifications to make them work for your body.

Mindful Curves: Hatha for Larger Bodies

Wednesdays, 6:30 p.m. | Saturdays, 9 a.m.

with Emily Brown


Combining a deep understanding of human anatomy with a passion for the calming practices of yoga, this class will help you feel into your body and build strength required to hold each of these classic Hatha poses for 5-6 breath cycles. While this class is appropriate for all levels we will be focusing on more standing postures with some brief floor work. Props will be used. Expect laughter and a very interactive class.

Mindful Curves: Gentle Hatha for Larger Bodies

Saturdays, 10:30 a.m.

with Emily Brown


Combining a deep understanding of chronic pain and aging bodies with a passion for the calming practices of yoga, this class with split an adaptive standing practice with a grounding seated practice.This class is appropriate for anyone who is new to Yoga or who has a need for a very adaptive practice. All props, including chairs, will be available to help you find each shape within your comfortable range.

Yin Yoga

Wednesdays, 8 p.m.

with Emily Brown


This slow-paced, stretch-focused class relies on the three tattvas of yin yoga practice. A tattva is the reality of a thing, or its category or principal nature. Sarah Powers offers us three very simple and very effective principles for the yin practice: 
1. Come into the pose to an appropriate depth. 2. Resolve to remain still. 3. Hold the pose for time. You can expect to do just that.

Restorative Yoga

Fridays, 7 p.m.

with Tuesday Irby


Restorative yoga is a great way to slow down from our busy lives and encourage mindfulness and a deep sense of relaxation. You will be guided into supported Yoga poses and then allowed to breath ease into all of the tight places. Restorative Yoga helps to enrich our mind-body connection, by allowing us to slow down and check in.

Tai Chi

Tuesdays, 7 a.m. | Sundays, 9 a.m.

with Terence Nicholson


Sifu Terence Nicholson is a 20-year practitioner of Chinese Martial Arts, and 19th Generation Disciple of the Wudang Longmen (Dragon's Gate) lineage. He has competed for 10 years in Kung Fu tournaments and currently coaches up and coming martial artists and judges tournaments. His training and experience influence his teaching of the forms.


PLEASE NOTE: Online registration closes 2 hours before the class. Less than 2 hours before a class, please call 202-321-9715 to check for availability. Our classes are small, so reserve now!