Union Yoga Beyond the Studio

Posted on July 21st, 2020 by Union Yoga

Union Yoga is way more than a studio. Our location at 244 Pearl Street in Downtown Old Monterey can feel like a home, but it's the people who walk through the door that make Union the community that it is.

While we shelter in place, there are ways to continue to maintain our community and we invite you to join in, just as you stepped into yoga for the first time. Now more than ever, we need connection for physical and mental health, whether online or in person.

We are now fervently looking for an outdoor venue that can be used on a regular and on-going basis. Until then, classes are:

We are offering a range of yoga classes seven days a week via Zoom, including Foundations Yoga, Flow Yoga, and Yin Yoga. You can take an unlimited number of streaming classes each month for $65. Register in advance online.

Instructors include Kelli Gray (Nairn), Rebekah Cordell, Annie Peterson, Daysha Hampton, and Michael Simpson.

We meet Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays, 9am-10am, on the beach at the Monterey Tides Hotel for an all-level yoga flow class taught by Kelli or Rebekah Cordell. Yogi Bekah joins with her harmonium on Saturday and some Sunday mornings. Advance registration is required.

Bring your mat or a beach towel. Wearing a mask to the practice is recommended, but it's not required during the practice. We will space mats at least 6 feet apart.

Many of our Union teachers offer one-on-one or private group classes. If you would like private lessons or have a group of friends or family members who love and miss yoga classes, you can gather for one-time or recurring classes on your patio or at a local (approved) park, maintaining physical distance and still connecting with each other.

These classes are customized to help you reach new depths within your practice. Depending on the group size, classes may cost close to a regular class rate. Please send us an email for more information.

Please note: private classes are for you to continue practicing while supporting individual teachers. Union Yoga is otherwise unaffiliated with these sessions. All sessions should adhere to state health requirements.

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