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Yoga for "Every-body"

In our boutique style studio we utilize both traditional and alignmend-based approaches to yoga, helping our community develop a greater sense of physical, emotional and spiritual well-being. It is our philosophy that yoga should be accessible to all people.


Your experience will include small class sizes taught by highly qualified staff that is present to provide a supportive and personalized experience. We do offer classes for practitioners with a variety of levels of experience, the majority of our classes are designed for beginners and those looking for classes that are therapeutic in nature. In order to guarantee your space, we recommend pre-booking your yoga class.


All of our yoga instructors have completed a minimum (or equivalent) of Yoga Alliance RYT 200 training or higher.

Space is limited. Guarantee your space with online booking!

Current Class Schedule
















Hatha Yoga

AM Stretch/Gentle Yoga

Evening Flow

Hatha Yoga

AM Stretch/Gentle Yoga

Evening Flow

AM Stretch/Gentle Yoga

Restorative Hour

Hatha Yoga

AM Stretch/Gentle Yoga

Yoga on the Beach


Drop in/single class*    

Prepaid 5*

Prepaid 10 pack*  

Monthly Membership

Unlimited monthly*       


$ 20 

$ 90 



*Single Class/Drop in is on an "as available" basis or guaranteed when pre-booked. *Prepaid single/pack sessions expire 60 days from purchase date. Non Auto-Renew, non-transferable. Pre-book classes online or call as availability is limited! Please note cancellations less than 24 hours may incur a cancellation fee.

*Membership 6 months, via autopay, renews monthly, non-transferable. 30 days cancellation notice required. Prebook class suggested. There are no refunds on packages or memberships. Classes must be used during time period allotted or forfeited. Please see our policies for additional information.




New to Yoga? Improve focus and learn about proper breathing, body awareness/alignment and yoga props as well as the philosophy of yoga. We meet you where you are at on the mat and provide variations for poses. Our smaller classes provide more personalized instruction.


Stretch and breathe! This class and emphasizes breath and body awareness. It provides an introduction to yoga postures, also called “Asanas”.  This is a great class for those new to yoga and/or for those who are looking to unwind. You may not work up a sweat, but you should end up leaving class feeling longer, looser, and more relaxed.


Tune into your body and your breath. In addition to breath and body awareness, this class provides an emphasis on stretching, strengthening, balance, foundation and proper physical alignment. Hatha yoga is a much more general term that can really mean any type of physical yoga, although it is often used to indicate a class that is not flow-oriented. Class may include some Vinyasa flow, but the point is not to raise your heart rate or try to get your leg behind your head. It’s to really tune into your body and your breath. 



Get into the Flow! Vinyasa (pronounced "vin-yah-sah") is a Sanskrit word for a phrase that roughly translates as "to place in a special way," referring—in hatha yoga—to a sequence of poses. Vinyasa yoga classes are known for their fluid, movement-intensive practices. Vinyasa yoga teachers sequence their classes to smoothly transition from pose to pose, with the intention of linking breath to movement. The intensity of the practice is similar to Ashtanga, but no two Vinyasa yoga classes are the same. 

Yoga Instructors
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Audra Miele, RYT, YACEP

Audra has been teaching yoga, pranayama and meditation in Central Florida for 20 years. She has an educational background in nursing, as well as diverse experience in the medical field, which further enhances her overall knowledge base. A core philosophy of her practice and teaching is that she believes there is always more to learn. 

Audra became a member of Yoga Alliance in 2007. She received her initial certification from the Chopra Center as a Certified Seven Spiritual Laws of Yoga instructor. She holds over 750 hours in teaching certifications. Her practice includes Hatha, Anusara, Ariel yoga, Thai yoga, Chair Yoga and she is a certified Karma Kids Yoga instructor. Audra is a continuing education provider through Yoga Alliance (YACEP) . Her mission is to encourage and inspire others on their journey.

Gina Buse, RYT

Gina holds sacred space for her clients’ navigation of the mind-body-breath connection. She recognizes the importance of balance with both passive and active practices and leads clients mindfully through dynamic sequences in gentle yet powerful movement. She loves to share her joy of yoga with others.

In 2019, she completed her 200-hour Yoga Teacher Training at Kula Yoga Shala in Jupiter, Florida. Her expertise as a licensed psychologist since 2007 provides a different lens for practice with her knowledge of cognition, emotions, and behavior. Her training as psychologist and yoga teacher integrates and complements one another for navigation of the mind-body-breath connection in her specialized yoga services.

Annelien Murray, RYT, AYT

Annelien's love language is movement and she's always had a passion for fitness. After a serious injury, she had to learn to slow down. Yoga and especially aerial yoga became a big part of her life. She takes nothing for granted and students may even notice a focus on the "little" things in her classes that are in fact not so little at all. Each class ends by wrapping students in a vibrational blanket with a variety of her sound healing instruments. She has completed multiple sound healing practitioner courses and workshops to be able to create a sacred container for all. Anneline is a certified Kids Yoga Teacher, and completed her certified perinatal yoga instructor . She is also Level 2 Reiki practitioner. 

Shannon Benzie

Shannon completed her teacher training at Kula Yoga School in Jacksonville, FL where she received her 200-Hour yoga teaching certificate in 2015. She has been practicing Ashtanga Yoga for about 8 years. She credits Yoga in helping her on her path to wellness. “Yoga has helped align my spine, mind and life and has also assisted in healing many injuries, both physical and emotional… Throughout my own healing journey, I’ve learned a lot about nutrition and gut-brain connection. I am passionate about healing and feel as though I have a lot to offer to others in this realm.”


She has completed training in Thai Massage as well as various traditional Chinese Medicine healing modalities (Fire cupping, Gua Sha and TuiNa). She also practices teachings of the tantric yoga tradition utilizing mantras, seated meditation and breathwork.

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