Class Schedule

Weekly Open Yoga classes at a glance:

(scroll further down to view our full weekly schedule)

Open classes do not require registration! They are ongoing and can be joined anytime.

If you have never done yoga before we recommend you take the 6 week Introduction to Hatha Yoga  class
OR take the Gentle Restorative Classes on our Open Class Schedule.

All Levels Yoga

  • Monday 9.30am (MaLa Yoga)*
  • Monday 5.00pm
  • Wednesday 9.30 am
  • Wednesday 5.15pm
  • Thursday 10:30am
  • Saturday 10.30am
  • Sunday 8.30am
  • Sunday 10.00am

Gentle Restorative Yoga

  • Tuesday 9.30am
  • Tuesday 11:00am
  • Wednesday 11.00am (Free to Veterans)
  • Thursday 4.30pm
  • Thursday 6.00 pm
  • Friday 9.30 am
  • Sunday 4.00pm

Vinyasa Yoga

  • Tuesday 6:00am
  • Tuesday 7.00pm
  • Thursday 6:00am
  • Thursday 9:00am (Gentle Vinyasa)
  • Saturday 9.00am

Yin Mindfulness Yoga

  • Tuesday 5.30pm
10 Class Pass - $120

Pass expires  3 months from your first class.

4 Class Pass - $55

Pass expires  2 months from your first class.

10 Class Senior - $100

Age 65+.
Pass expires 3 months from your first class.

3 Month Unlimited
$400

Unlimited classes for three months from first class.

Monthly Unlimited Pass
$150

Unlimited classes for one month from first class.

Single Drop-In Pass
$16

No expiration date.

Single Drop-In Pass
Students - $12

Unlimited classes for one months from first class.

Full Weekly Schedule

There are no classes on these Holidays:
January 1st • Easter Sunday • Memorial Day • July 4th • Labor Day
Thanksgiving Day • December 24, 25, 31

BEST YOGA STUDIO: Healing Waters
BEST YOGA STUDIO: Healing Waters

“There is something lovely and perfect about leaving the city/town hustle-bustle behind to practice yoga amid such natural beauty.” ~ Buffalo Spree

“Nestled into a small valley alongside Cazenovia Creek, the yoga studio of Healing Waters overlooks a lovely field of wildflowers, trees, and a Buddha out amongst the surroundings. …Healing Waters is a truly restorative destination – perfect for yoga, meditation, and recharging…”