yoga mat outside

“Yoga is a Sanskrit word meaning yoke or union…the joining of a healthy body and disciplined mind for the purpose of spiritual growth. Yoga is growing, unfolding…becoming.”

~Diane Neuman

 

YOGA by Spunky Avocado is 100% come as you are. It’s yoga for all shapes, all sizes and all ages (well most ages…must be 13 years minimum for group classes). Flexibility not required.

26/2
60 minutes
Modifications for all levels
26 postures / 2 breathing exercises
Ghosh Lineage*

Yin Yoga*
60 minutes
Options for all levels
Softening and long holds
Taoist Tradition*

Helpful Information:

Required for class:
Yoga mat and Yogi Toe Towel or beach towel (to cover mat)

Recommended for all classes:
water bottle, sweat towel

Recommended for Yin:
yoga strap, yoga block

When you arrive:
check in, relax on mat

Pricing Options:

Group & Private classes available

Group (1-Day Pass)

$10

  • good for one class
  • no contract
  • no expiration

Private (1-Day Pass)

$20

  • good for one class
  • no contract
  • no expiration

Group (Multi-Pass)

$80

  • 10 classes
  • no contract
  • no expiration

Private (Multi-Pass)

$160

  • 10 classes
  • no contract
  • no expiration

Want to bring spunky yoga to your workplace?

Contact Us

Email: info@spunkyavocado.com for pricing.

A day without yoga may not kill me, but why risk it?

“Ghosh Yoga takes a therapeutic approach to the body. Each posture is designed to exercise, stretch, strengthen and cleanse a specific part of the body. The idea is to bring health to each part and then, the system as a whole. Areas of focus include the muscles, joints, spine, digestive system, endocrine system, internal organs and the nervous system including the brain.”

~Ida Jo and Scott Lamps

“The Taoist tradition is “where Traditional Chinese Medicine originated…and is a philosophy that speaks of living in harmony with the natural flow of life, the changing seasons of nature and the changing seasons of life.” 

~Elaine Parker

“Yin Yoga targets the connective tissues, such as the ligaments, bones, and even the joints of the body that normally are not exercised very much in a more active style of asana practice. Yin Yoga is a perfect complement to the dynamic and muscular (yang) styles of yoga that emphasize internal heat, and the lengthening and contracting of our muscles. Yin Yoga generally targets the connective tissues of the hips, pelvis and lower spine.”

~Bernie Clark