Currently, classes take place on Wednesday evenings and selected Sunday mornings, but please check the yoga calendar for the full updated schedule. Mats and blocks are available for free use. Classes are by suggested donation; drop-ins are welcome.

About the Instructors and Classes

Isabelle Delgrange
Isabelle is an 800-hour Jivamukti-certified instructor and a volunteer for the inmates program “Yoga for Liberation.” Her classes follow the principles of Ashtanga yoga, Kundalini, Qui Kung, and shamanism, working towards the path of self-transformation. She is thankful to her teachers, friends, and students. For questions about private classes and workshops, contact isabelledelgrange@gmail.com. Isabelle offers a 90-minute Open Level class, a 60-minute Beginner class, and a 60-minute “Spiritual Warrior” class. Jivamukti Spiritual Warrior is a full-on, one-hour class, best for intermediate and advanced students, although beginners are welcome. The class is fast paced and invigorating. The structure is a fixed set sequence instructed in a vinyasa style. For more info about Jivamukti Yoga, visit jivamuktiyoga.com. Suggested donation for Isabelle’s classes is $15.

Alison McMahon
In June 2017, Alison traded in the Rocky mountains of Colorado for the Catskill mountains here in New York. Her passion for yoga, mindfulness, and the outdoors have grown throughout this transition, and she is excited to share her enthusiasm and energy with the yoga community in her new home. Alison is a certified Vinyasa yoga teacher, completing her 200-hour certification with Denver-based CorePower Yoga in December of 2015. Her yoga journey began long before that. Beginning in 2009 as a student in Boulder, CO, she was able to explore many forms of yoga, including Yin, Nidra, and Bikram, before moving to Denver and discovering Vinyasa. This is a style that balances graceful, flowing combinations with static holds and balancing postures, and she has discovered mental, physical, emotional, and spiritual sustenance in its practice. In her class, expect to be challenged both physically and mentally while also finding support with modifications, props, and hands-on assists. The suggested donation is $15 per person, but this should not be a barrier to those who wish to practice. Alison offers a 90-minute Open Level Vinyasa class.