OUR STORY

“See with your mind, hear with your heart.” – Kurdish Proverb

We opened in March 2010 during a very cold winter, eager to warm up and sweat. Our studio has grown from a one room hot box and expanded into a two room studio offering 85+ classes a week, 25+ INCREDIBLE teachers, showers, changing rooms, full performance and lifestyle apparel boutique, and the Cabin, next door, offering more space for workshops and teacher trainings. We are a heart-felt community of yogis and wellness practitioners who welcome everyone. We’ve learned that replacing negative thought patterns and habits with positive, healthy life choices takes time, patience, and perseverance. At Inversion, we do not discriminate or judge. We hold the space and support for change to happen over time. We promote health and wellbeing. We train to be strong and focused. We teach compassion. We seek to connect, support, and grow together.

“Out beyond ideas of wrong doing and right doing there is a field. I’ll meet you there. When the soul lies down in that grass, the world is too full to talk about.” – Rumi’

We believe in peace and interconnectedness of all beings. Yoga means union, a state beyond duality. Yoga is the embodiment of presence and peace. As we remove the barriers that divide us, we begin to notice more similarities between us than differences. The practice teaches us how to release the tensions that arise in the push and pull of dualistic ideas, expressions, and identities. We learn how to quiet internal restlessness and agitation. We find a deeper inner ease and serenity. When we create peace within us, we begin to create peace in the world.

Inversion provides a welcoming home to practice composure and balance. You will sweat, in some classes, A LOT. Your body will get fit and strong. However, we are more than a quick work out. We inspire individuals to go inward, embrace the challenge, and stretch beyond our known limitations.
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“If you want to go quickly, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.” – African Proverb