Events Registration Requested

June 2
Free Sample Yoga Class
Designed for those who have never experienced a Hatha Yoga class, this one hour sample will introduce the new student to Yoga. Flexibility is NOT required, but registration is. Space is limited. Reserve your space today.

Prenatal Yoga Workshop
Join instructor Angie Cisar for this gentle class designed for pregnant women in their 2nd and 3rd trimesters. Previous Yoga experience is not required. Women with Yoga experience in their first trimester may be registered with special permission. Indivuals who wish a gentle practice who are not pregnant are also welcome.
Cost is $25 for 2 classes. Classes for the rest of June will be confirmed or declined at the June 1 class.

June 19
Hip Opening Workshop
Open hips ease sciatica and PMS. Spend two hours focusing on asanas that stretch the muscles that attach to the hips. Bring blocks and straps if you have them. (If you wish to purchase blocks or straps specifically for this workshop, please arrange for a special order when you register for the class). Previous Yoga experience required.
Cost is $20/$15 for Positively Yoga punch card holders


Hatha Yoga leads to improved circulation, a light and strong body, and a calm mind. Classes include warm-ups, sun salutations, asana practice, deep relaxation, pranayama, and silent reflection. Please select a class that is appropriate for you.

New Beginner Session is for students with little or no knowledge or practice of Hatha Yoga. This series of four classes focuses on the fundamentals of basic poses, deep relaxation, and breathing techniques. Wear loose and comfortable clothing, bring a large towel, and avoid eating for 1-2 hours prior to class. (You must register for this session).

Level I is for students with limited Hatha Yoga experience. It is suitable for those who have completed a new beginner class or are fairly new to yoga. This class moves slowly and focuses on the basic positions. Additional beginner poses and variations, breathing fundamentals, and introductory meditation are offered.

Level I / II is for students who have completed a basic introduction or beginner class session of Hatha Yoga. This class focuses on the basic postures, building strength and comfort within the poses. Level I/II introduces some Level II asanas, developing flexibility, balance, and strength. Level I/II students should know basic asanas and the Sun Salutation.

All Levels is for students with some Hatha Yoga experience, combining components the of Level I/II and II/III classes. This class provides a challenge for those who want to work hard, while offering modifications for those who choose a gentler practice. This class is not recommended for beginners.

Rush Hour Yoga is designed to meet the schedule needs of today’s hectic lifestyle. Participants will enjoy cardiovascularly intensive movement, deep stretching and deep relaxation. Students should be familiar with the sun salutation. This is a workshop class, so please reserve your space!

Positively Yoga

The LowCountry’s Yoga studio serving the tri-county area! We’re located outside of historic Charleston, SC, primarily serving the inland communities of Summerville, Ladson, Charleston, Goose Creek, North Charleston, Moncks Corner, Pinopolis and beyond. We offer Yoga instruction suitable for a wide range of physical levels and experience.

Positively Yoga is a Yoga Studio offering small class sizes with personalized attention.
If you have never practiced Yoga, we offer a four week beginner series that provides all the basics. For those who have practiced Yoga, we offer “Level” classes on a drop-in basis (no reservation necessary). For those who are just too busy for Yoga, we’re offering a Rush Hour Yoga special class on some Wednesday evenings (see our EVENTS schedule for details!).
Studio Store offerings Visit our Studio Store for Yoga props, accessories, and some unique hand-crafted gifts. We also offer gift certificates. What could be a better gift than one that brings health and ease?
What is Yoga? Yoga is a science that is thousands of years old. Yoga has been described as a way of moving into stillness – even through vigorous physical activity.

Athletes know that peak performance requires fitness of the entire body and mind. Whatever your activity level, learn how Yoga can make you healthier. Become more flexible, balanced, strong, and mentally focused. Yoga can help you achieve optimal results – both on the athletic playing field and in the “game of life.”

Hatha Yoga focuses on asanas (comfortable, steady poses) and the breath to help purify the body – leading to improved circulation, a light and strong body, and a calm mind.

Yoga helps develop a vital awareness – joining grace, motion & skill in action – providing a life that is in harmony with itself, at peace. Literally translated, Yoga means to yoke, to merge or join…union. Therefore, Yoga is in fact the ultimate goal, not something we can “do.” What we can “do” is practice.