Indigo offers a variety of yoga classes for EVERY body.
Yoga class schedule below.
The door is locked during yoga, so arrive a little early. Please do NOT knock on the door to be let in after class has started.
Plan to stay for the entire class and do not leave or clean up during Savasana. This disrupts others.
Remove your shoes. We have cubbies for your belongings.
Leave your phone outside or at the very least put on silent, not vibrate, and leave in the cubbies.
Leave your ego behind. Don't judge yourself or others.
Bring your own water and mat, but if you need to borrow a mat a couple of times, please feel free to use one of ours.
Wear comfortable clothing appropriate for yoga poses, but you don't have to wear "yoga clothing".
Make the instructor is aware of any physical issues, limitations, or preferences prior to class.
Be compassionate, positive, and respectful of others' spaces as you put your mat down, especially with Covid and flu season.
Clean up after yourself after class.
We appreciate you! Namaste.
One Session and Membership
Indigo offers one yoga session at a time as well as unlimited yoga memberships for anyone 12 years and older. (note: maturity matters here)
One yoga session for $15. (pre-register)
Unlimited Monthly Membership $70
Unlimited allows you to attend any regularly scheduled yoga class throughout the month.
**Teachers, College Students, Veterans, and Mature Adults over 60, come into the studio with your ID for a $5 discount off of $70 Unlimited Membership.
***Regularly scheduled yoga classes do not include special evening and weekend events.
A variety of yoga classes are offered throughout the week, including Yin, Nidra, Chair/Adaptive, Restorative, Flow, and Yoga for Anxiety. See descriptions below.
Outdoor Yoga Events
Mother's Day Yoga at Better Half Farm.
Saturday, May 7 @ 10am.
Yin Yoga is a slower-paced version of yoga. In Yin yoga, the poses are held for a longer period of time (typically three to five minutes or longer) to target the connective tissues (such as the ligaments) rather than focusing on the muscles. As a result, the asanas are more passive holds, with little muscular engagement.
Restorative yoga is a restful practice that holds yoga poses (asanas) for a longer duration using props like yoga blocks, blankets, and bolsters. It is a practice of deep relaxation that emphasizes the meditative aspect of yoga—the union of body and mind. Through the use of props for support, many of the postures are held almost effortlessly for 10-15 minutes. The only work that's required on your part during a restorative yoga practice is to pay attention to your breath and become aware of any sensations or thoughts that may arise.
We suggest you bring your own pillow or bolster, but we have rugs and blocks you may use.
Relaxation Yoga is similar to Yin, in that poses are held for longer periods of time, in addition to techniques that can be used to reduce stress and anxiety. Yoga can help people with stress and anxiety because they aren’t being asked to rationalize their way out of anxiety. Instead, they are given tools that help them recognize the thoughts, feelings and actions that lead to heightened anxiety, and enact effective self-soothing methods through breath, mediation, and cues to release stress.
Chair yoga is designed to open up the practice to everyone -- including people with movement-limiting conditions like arthritis or spinal cord injuries, people with physical disabilities, people who are overweight or obese with limited mobility, and elderly clients who need a variation on "typical" yoga. Every body is different-in it's shape, strength, flexibility, energy level, and ability at any given time. This yoga practice is safe and comfortable in a 'makes sense' way.
Flow strings postures together so that you move from one to another, seamlessly, using breath.
Classes offer a variety of postures. This helps develop a more balanced body as well as prevent repetitive motion injuries that can happen if you are always doing the same thing every day.
Yoga Nidra is designed to improve sleep and is like meditation. With Nidra, you are lying down and the goal is to move into a deep state of conscious awareness sleep, which is a deeper state of relaxation with awareness. This state involves moving from consciousness while awake to dreaming and then to not-dreaming while remaining awake. This practice is guided like many meditation practices, but it’s very structured.
Get comfy for this meditative yoga. Bring your own comfy eye mask, socks, blanket, pillow, or whatever you need for your comfort. We offer rugs, if you'd like to borrow ours.
Women can gather, relax and reboot at a weekend, one night retreat, close to home. We take advantage of the accommodations at some of our local wineries and plantations for these retreats.
Retreats take place on Saturday afternoons thru Sunday brunch.
Retreats include painting an 11x14 canvas, one evening and one morning yoga session, a wine tasting, dinner Saturday and breakfast/brunch Sunday.
Retreats range from $180-200 per person, depending on location.
EVERY body welcome. All levels welcome in all classes.
Monday Restorative Yoga 11am
Flow Yoga 6:30pm
Tuesday Yoga Nidra Guided Meditation 6:00pm
Wednesday Chair Yoga 10am
Yin Yoga 12pm
Thursday Yoga for Teens 12pm
Relaxation Yin Yoga 6pm
Saturday Flow Yoga 10am
Meet our Teachers
Tina is an E-RYT Yoga Alliance Certified instructor who studied through Lila Tandava Yoga Instruction in New York, New York. She began her Yoga journey after struggling with chronic back pain & limited mobility & immediately fell in love with all that it provided for her. She immediately knew she wanted to become a certified teacher to help others as it has helped her deal with various physical & personal issues throughout the years. Tina believes that there is a style of Yoga for everyone & everyBODY. Her classes are easy to follow with easy verbal instructions & modifications for more advanced postures. Tina teaches a variety of yoga classes/styles as well as private Yoga instruction. Tina has taught yoga & fitness in various studios & gyms throughout Connecticut, New York, Florida, Texas, Colorado & now here in South Georgia!
I am an artist and a Moultrie native. My passion for yoga was ignited in 2018 when I traveled to Aruba for a yoga-based grief and trauma retreat. While on this retreat, I leaned into the connection between movement and healing and continue to do so in my day-today life. Throughout my journey, I have learned the importance of using yoga to slow down, get out of your own head, and enter into a place of knowing within the body, and I am excited to share these lessons at Indigo Studio.