Yoga Program

For thousands of years, Yoga has been a tool to open the mind and body, bringing transformation. Hatha Yoga
is a gentle style that focuses on moving with the breath. Its underlying philosophy encourages kindness and acceptance and among the many benefits is flexibility, calming the mind, and relieving stress.

Contact Sabrina at 919.489.5355 for registration and more information.



About our Instructor

Gigi Lee, Certified Yoga Instructor, has 20+ years of experience teaching yoga, including founding the yoga programs at the Duke Faculty Club and the Croasdaile Retirement Village. A graduate of the Blue Point Yoga
200-hr teacher training program, Gigi has a passion and commitment to sharing the wealth and benefits that yoga practice has to offer. Her practice highlights sequences that incorporate strength, flexibility, and balance, linking breath with movement, and above all tapping into the ever-present mind-body connection.

Hatha Yoga - Tuesdays 5-6:10PM

10-class series, 6/14

Vaccines, booster, and Masks required

Class limited to 8 students (can join this class at any time if space is available) 

Open to everyone from beginners to intermediate students, you can adapt your experience by modifying the difficulty of poses being taught. The goal of the class is to send you out into the world feeling physically stronger and spiritually uplifted. Through stretching and strengthening in tune with your breathing, you will experience improved balance, flexibility, peace of mind, and openness of heart.

Gentle Yoga - Thursdays 4-5:15PM

10-class series, 6/30

Vaccines, booster, and Masks required

Class limited to 8 students (can join this class at any time if space is available)

If you need a slow, gentle way to practice yoga, this class is for you. Whether you need a safe introduction to yoga or you’re looking for a way to successfully reconnect to yoga, the slower pace of this class will help make your postures more accessible. Class focuses on stretching for increased flexibility, balance, increases in strength to protect against aggravating former injuries and deep relaxation.