Upcoming Events

We strive to offer more than simply classes. Our events highlight specific areas of Yoga and the Practice.
Below you’ll find interesting and exciting opportunities to expand your yogic experience beyond the mat.

Winter Solstice Candlelight108

Sunday, December 19th, 5-7:30p  

Winter solstice marks the longest night and the shortest day.  It is seen as a time for turning inward, for reflection, and for rest.  But, it is also the start of our annual journey toward longer days and into the light.  Thus, it’s a time for celebration and honor. As we come together for this special practice, you will have the opportunity to acknowledge endings and clear space for growth in the coming year.  

This challenging practice of 108 Sun Salutations (Surya Namaskar) is a powerful experience that will stretch you and leave your practice forever changed.  You do not need to complete all 108, just come and share the energy.  These physical males will be done by candlelight celebrating the season and will be offered with multiple variations and breaks, creating accessibility for a wide range of practitioners.

This event is donation based (suggested $15-$30) with all proceeds benefitting local families this winter.  

Bring someone you love and share this gift of yoga.


Manifestation Ritual 2022

saturday, january 1, 2022, 12:30-2 pm

Channel your desires into reality as Maria guides you in this 90min sensory experience to bring your manifestations to life! This thoughtful practice is the perfect opportunity to explore your deepest desires of inner peace with a sense of accomplishment.  Come take part in this significant ritual curated by your own astrological sign.  The ritual will be followed by a guided yet freeing moment of mediation and a gently, soft and airy moon salutation.

 $45 / $35 early bird pricing

Past Events

Thanksgiving Day Benefit Class

With CJ supporting Native American Rights Fund (NARF)

Thursday, November 29th, 9:00-10:30am  

Founded in 1970, the Native American Rights Fund (NARF) is the oldest and largest nonprofit law firm dedicated to asserting and defending the rights of Indian tribes, organizations and individuals nationwide. NARF’s practice is concentrated in five key areas: the preservation of tribal existence; the protection of tribal natural resources; the promotion of Native American human rights; the accountability of governments to Native Americans; and the development of Indian law and educating the public about Indian rights, laws, and issues. Throughout its history, NARF has impacted tens of thousands of Indian people in its work for more than 250 tribes.


Rest and Receive

Where Yoga Nidra and Reiki Meet

Friday, November 19th, 7:00pm-8:15pm  

Beginning with calming breath work to center our focus within, we will settle further into stillness with the practice of yoga nidra (enlightened conscious sleep). Yoga Nidra is a guided meditation inviting us to experience subtle states beneath the layers of our mental activity. From this open and receptive state, Melanie will share reiki energy to promote further relaxation and healing.   

Note: This is not a movement class. We will be getting cozy, so bring socks, and wear your favorite comfy clothes!

What is Yoga Nidra?

Yoga Nidra is an ancient technique from India mentioned in the Upanishads and the Marabharata some 3,000-5,000 years ago.  The practice is one of complete relaxation as you enter the conscious state of mind that falls somewhere between sleeping and being awake. You’re “awake” the entire time you practice, but you’re not exactly alert. The goal is to enter a conscious sleep state and totally relax your brain, therefore releasing any unwanted tension in your body.  The practice is done lying down as you follow along to the guided meditations from the teacher.

How is it different than meditation?

Yoga Nidra is very similar to meditation, with one main difference. While traditional meditation is usually practiced in the ‘waking’ state drawing into a singe point of focus, Yoga Nidra occurs in the space between waking and dreaming, and explores the various dimensions of your being.

What are the Benefits?

Deep relaxation along with a reduced sense of anxiety. A 30-minute session can be equal to three to four hours of restorative sleep for the body. Studies show yoga nidra can have lasting effects on your mental state and can be an effective therapeutic tool for reducing anxiety and stress levels. In fact, the US Army employs nidra for both soldiers with PTSD and those with chronic pain. Yoga Nidra practice expands your capacity to handle stressful situations. Learning to be present and witness the moment without judgment,  leads to a greater awareness and your ability to identify and release the patterns in your life that no longer serve you. Yoga Nidra can be a great avenue for personal growth and evolution as it can lead to deep reflections that help you solve and resolve personal and interpersonal challenges as well as increase your sense of purpose in the world.

Caring for Your Spine Through Backbends and Inversions

Saturday, October 30th, noon – 3pm  

In this monthly workshop, we will focus on backbends as well as inversions. Inversions are so important and often times overlooked in a modern 1 hour practice. There are so many benefits, including (but not limited to) improved circulation, increased energy, relaxation and so much more! Also overlooked in short practices are the powerful benefits of backbending. H.S Arun says that, “the healing of back pain comes from the backbends.” In a society where so many suffer from chronic back pain, it is more important than ever to focus on the back and how we can find relief!

Semi-Private Aerial Demonstrations

Sunday, October 17th, 11am – 1pm  

Join CJ for a hands on complimentary experience into the world of aerial yoga.  

20 min sessions for you and up to 2 friends.

Email info@ragayoga.com to reserve your spot.

Rise and Shine!!

Saturday, October 2nd, 8:30-10am  

Join CJ for a complimentary extended 90-minute RagaFlow

Bonus!! After class we’ll be sharing clippings of our beloved Pothos and Spider plants along with some easy propagation tips to get you started.  
Or, purchase one of our already potted starters now available for sale!

Breath As The Bridge:
A Pranayama Workshop with Melanie

Saturday, October 9th, 12-2pm  –  Everyone Welcome

The yoga tradition describes breath as the bridge to access different layers of our human experience. It is the essential link between the conscious mind and unconscious patterns; spanning from physiological feedback loops to emotional reactivity and racing thoughts.

Join Melanie in this exploratory workshop to discover the power of breath and how pranayama techniques can help us observe and even begin to shift our physical, emotional, mental, and energetic states of being.



Single Class Drop-in

Come on in and take a class!
Mat-Based only.


Aerial Camp Drop-in

Come hang out, try something new! Single Aerial Camp Drop-in. 


10 class Pack – IN Studio

10 classes to use as you like. Does not expire.



Private Yoga Training: 60min + Single Online Drop-In