(Click on “Classes” to register for regular session classes. Click on “Appointments” to schedule a private yoga therapy session with Cindy.)

Schedule of Yoga Classes

NEW FOR SPRING SESSION — Friday class added at Noon!

Join us for AWAKEN: art + yoga @ the Creative Arts Guild — Second Saturday of every month — 9-10 a.m.

Bring a Friend for FREE to Yoga April 8-19



5:30 pm – 6:30 pm – Adult Yoga with Jaime


6-7 am – Adult Sunrise Yoga with Cindy

7:30 – 8:30 am – Adult Yoga with Cindy

9-10 am – Adult Yoga with Cindy

11:30 am – 12:30 pm – Lunchtime Yoga with Cindy

5:30-6:30 p.m. Adult Yoga with Miriam


4-5 pm – Yoga for Kids & Mommy & Me with Cindy


6-7 am – Adult Sunrise Yoga with Cindy

7:30 – 8:30 am – Adult Yoga with Cindy

9-10 am – Adult Yoga with Cindy

11:30 am-12:30 pm – Lunchtime Yoga with Cindy

1-2 p.m. – Meditation with Linda


Noon – 1 p.m. – Adult Yoga with Loren

11:30 am – 12:30 pm – Meditation with Linda

$10/class for session commitment; $15/drop-in; $65/private session*Prenatal classes are offered upon request



2019 Sessions

Winter – Jan. 7-Mar. 22

Spring  – Apr. 8 – June 21

Summer  – July 8 – Sept. 20

Fall  – Oct. 7 – Dec. 13

Students can join mid-session. Missed classes can be made up by attending other classes on the schedule within the same session.

Gift certificates for yoga are available.



Yoga by Cindy, Inc.

cindyIn 2016, Cindy Michaels earned her Certified Yoga Therapist certificate from the International Association of Yoga Therapists. Prior to that, she completed an 800-hour Professional Yoga Therapy training program through Etowah Valley Yoga, a member school of the International Association of Yoga Therapists. In addition, she is a 500 hour experienced yoga teacher and a registered prenatal yoga teacher certified through Yoga Alliance. Cindy has 35 years experience as an occupational therapist and built a thriving business comprised of physical therapists, speech therapists and psychologists. She also holds a master’s degree in child development. That experience, along with her yoga certifications, gives her expert knowledge about the body and confidence in working with all types of people, from healthy ones to those in need of personalized care.

Tour the yoga studio here.




Jaime Beckler is a 200-hour registered yoga teacher.  Jaime has a background in occupational therapy and a passion for yoga.  “Although I love the physical practice of yoga, it is the way it quiets the mind and the inner work that brings me back to my mat.”



Loren Clifford is a 200-hour registered yoga teacher, receiving her training through the Chattanooga Yoga School and Southern Soul Yoga. In addition to teaching, Loren is the Director of Operations at the Center for Mindful Living in Chattanooga. Yoga, meditation and mindfulness have always been an intricate part of her life, but her passion and dedication for it increased significantly over the past year after suffering from terrible anxiety, depression and panic attacks. “Yoga for me is raw and vulnerable, medicine and healing, surrendering and processing. Letting it all go, gathering the pieces and feeling a little more whole in the end. I’m excited to share this gift with others.”



Miriam Starr is a 200 hr registered yoga teacher with Yoga Alliance.  She is a Registered Nurse who has a love for yoga and a desire to share it with the community.  “The physical practice is what initially drew me to yoga, but now it is so much more.   The strength, peace, and centering yoga brings has made an amazing difference in my life.  I love that the lessons learned on your mat can be carried out into life.  It is definitely worth sharing.”



Charlsey Etheridge is a 200-hour registered yoga teacher with experience teaching in Nashville for three years. “To me, yoga is about creating balance. It’s about cultivating strength, solidarity and flexibility, both internally and externally. It’s about accepting where we are at any given moment in time, meeting ourselves there and having the strength to move beyond.”



Marcia Evans is a 200-hour registered yoga teacher and is currently continuing her education toward her RYT 500. Marcia fills in for Cindy and contributes to special yoga events and workshops.  Marcia believes that yoga has trained her mind to see the bigger picture. “I learned mindfulness. I learned to observe my thoughts, feelings and myself from a distance, without judging myself or them to be good or bad. My focus in teaching is to help people become stronger and more flexible, but also to help them find peace in their busy lives and know that they are good enough just as they are.”



Meditation on Thursdays (1-2 p.m.) or Fridays (11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.) with Linda Norman is offered free. Linda is a retired psychiatrist and graciously gives her time to share her appreciation for the practice of meditation with others.



See where we practice! Tour the yoga studio. Tour the yoga platform. Tour the breezeway.

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