Yoga Classes – Our Class Offerings

The Saint Paul Yoga Center offers many types and levels of yoga classes, from novice classes to classes for pregnant practitioners.

For information on our class prices, please see our pricing page. To reserve your spot in a class or view our schedule, see our online schedule and registration.

Level of Yoga Classes


Our beginning classes guide students through fundamental yoga postures, and focuses on meeting students where their bodies are at. Classes include stretching, strengthening, balance practice, and alignment work in the postures. Most beginning yoga classes have an emphasis on standing, seated, and relaxation poses.

Some students practice at the beginning level for a few months, while others practice for years. There is no “normal” or “right” pace to move, only what you are comfortable with and what works for you.

Beginning & Continuing

This is generally used as a step between beginning level and continuing level. For students who have spent significant time on beginning classes and feel they are ready to move to the next step in their practice.


For the student who has completed at least six months of the beginning and beginning/continuing courses. It builds on the study of fundamental poses and introduces inversions and back arches. When students reach the continuing stage, home practice is highly encouraged.


For those continuing students with a regular personal practice and an understanding of how to work with their specific needs.

Types of Yoga Classes

Ageless Yoga

A fun experience, ideal for senior citizens and anyone wanting a slower-paced class. Using gentle postures and movement, one builds strength, flexibility and grace with appropriate challenges.

Donation-Only Class

For all levels and open to anyone who wants to experience the benefits and joys of yoga. Pay whatever you can.

Iyengar Yoga

A method that emphasizes precise alignment in the poses, the use of props to enable all students to benefit from the effects of poses, and a focus on the philosophical tenets upon which yoga is based. Called ‘Iyengar Yoga,’ it draws from the life and teachings of B.K.S. Iyengar (1918-2014), who devoted his life to practicing and teaching yoga, and was a true yoga master. Its teachers typically follow a common syllabus and methodology, and undergo rigorous, specialized training.

Restorative Yoga

The hatha-based restorative yoga classes Danielle teaches are focused on the practitioners. Each pose includes modifications that allow everyone, regardless of age, flexibility, or strength, to access the benefits of yoga. You will leave each class feeling relaxed and rejuvenated, having lengthened and strengthened muscles that may have been tightened or misaligned for quite some time.

Slow Flow Vinyasa Yoga

A slower-paced vinyasa class, with longer holds and often a more gentle, lunar sequence of poses (think cooling and slowing down, versus heating and speeding up). Students may find this class to be restorative, while also challenging as it explores movement, stillness, strength, and surrender. Beginners and more experienced yoga practitioners are welcome.

Vinyasa Yoga

A physically challenging vigorous, breath-based practice consisting of strong flowing movement. Open to students of all ability levels who are INJURY FREE and can take care of themselves independently.

Yoga and Pregnancy

Our Yoga and Pregnancy classes focus on preparation for a more comfortable and mindful childbirth. Ongoing classes are offered from early pregnancy through delivery. All levels of experience are welcome.