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It is our intention to offer the highest quality of workshop and series classes, as well guest teachers, teacher trainings and special events.  Keep checking back to our Events page for exciting offerings for our community.  To sign up for events online click here.  Events, special classes and teacher trainings are grouped under the “workshops” tab.  For further details about programming email us at

Cancelation Policy- If you cancel two weeks or more prior to the Workshop or Training, a full refund will be issued but a $10 processing fee is charged for all refunds. If you cancel two weeks or less prior to Workshop or Training, a 50% credit towards future workshops will be issued. No Refunds are given if you cancel 24 hours or less before a Workshop or Training.

Yoga Kickstart

6 - 7pm

Tuesdays, October 8th, 15th, 22nd, and 29th

Yoga Kickstart

Yoga Kickstart 

This 4 week intro to yoga series includes an UNLIMITED MONTH of yoga and meditation and is the best way to start OR return to a lasting and meaningful yoga practice. Our program will help you contextualize the practice of yoga as a wholistic transformational tradition. SO much more than exercise, yoga has the depth and power to facilitate lasting change in us as humans longing for more connection to ourselves and  the world around us. Improved strength and flexibility of the body are only the tip of the iceburg at Mission Yoga. Come join the evolution!

When: Tuesdays, 6 - 7pm ~ October 8th, 15th, 22nd, and 29th. 
Investment: $85

30 Hour Meditation Teacher Training

Each of the three weekends class will meet: Friday 6 – 9pm Saturday 12:30 – 5:30pm Sunday 12:30 – 3:30pm

Training Dates: October 25 – 25 December 6 – 8 February 7 – 9

30 Hour Meditation Teacher Training
Mission Yoga is pleased to announce open enrollment in our first-ever Meditation Teacher Training course.

This training consists of three weekends, totaling 30 hours over a three-month period. The format is retreat-like in nature and offers rich opportunities to delve deeper into an embodied understanding and practice of meditation. This training will offer you the opportunity to:

• Deepen your personal meditation practice

• Develop the confidence and skills for adding meditation instruction to your Yoga classes or lead meditation-specific classes and events

• Receive guidance on offering one-on-one instruction and assistance in meditation

• Learn the rich psychological and spiritual foundations of mindfulness meditation

• Gain a deeper understanding of the history and philosophy of traditional meditation and contemplative practices

• Study, learn and enrich your meditation experience within a community of peers.

The coursework for this training is modeled on traditional Yogic studies and includes talks, presentations (videos and slides), engaged inquiry, guided and silent meditation, and applied contemplative practices.

It is carefully designed to help you expand your understanding, deepen your personal practice, and help prepare you to confidently and skillfully offer meditation teaching and assistance to your students. This course is also ideal for any individual already practicing meditation who wishes to deepen their practice, as well as counselors, therapists, life coaches and health professionals who wish to offer meditation to their clients.

With equal emphasis on both study and practice, this three-month, three-weekend course includes - in addition to 30 hours of in-class training - reading assignments, personal study topics, and guidance in specific study and practices to be completed in-between the weekends that we meet. This course is YACEP® certified and qualifies for Continuing Educations hours for RYT certified teachers.

This course will encourage an ongoing meditation practice that draws from elements of traditional Yoga meditation such as the four heart-dispositions (brahma-viharas), the five factors or attitudes of awakening, the eight limbs of Yoga (astha-anga), working with hindrances of the mind (kleshas) and more.

The principal focus of the training is divided into three areas:

I. The Foundations of Yoga Meditation

II. The History, Meaning, and Practice of Mindfulness

III. Teaching & Learning Methodologies

Training Dates: 

October 25 - 28
December 6 - 8
February 7 - 9

Each of the three weekends class will meet:

Friday 6 - 9pm
Saturday 12:30 - 5:30pm
Sunday 12:30 - 3:30pm

Total investment is $500

Full Moon Gong Relaxation Class Series

Sunday's around the Full Moon

July 14 August 4 October 13 November 10 December 8

Full Moon Gong Relaxation Class Series

Join Alex Seaman for an extended savasana while absorbing the sound of the Chiron Gong, tuned to D# for initiation and personal transformation. The deep harmonics of the gong silence the mind and entrain the brain into a spontaneous state of deep meditation. The sacred sounds create a full body, sonic massage to regenerate the parasympathetic nervous system. Chiron says that there is nothing to fix, correct, cure, or get rid of; the wound is Healed when the Gift is embraced.

Full Moon Planetary Gong Relaxation
after regular Sunday Night Kundalini Class
$20 Class Passes do not apply to this special class.

Summer and Fall 2019 Dates:

July 14

Aug 4

Oct 13

Nov 10

Dec 8

Opening Towards Alignment: Grounding Ourselves in Embodied Identity & Awakening to the Practice of Anti-Racism

Opening Towards Alignment: Grounding Ourselves in Embodied Identity & Awakening to the Practice of Anti-Racism
An experience of discussion, yoga, and meditation with Drisana McDaniel, Dr. Kristi Brian, and Kennae Miller at Mission Yoga
The first part of our time together will be spent in discussion that elaborates on and explores:
  • Transformative justice.
  • The ways that our yoga practice lives within us on off the mat.
  • The importance of opening toward an understanding of the ways our embodied identities matter.
  • The relationship our embodied identities have to the collective wound that we all experience.
  • The practice of anti-racism.
  • The relationship of meditation and self-inquiry to lived action.
  • How opening alignment can be a metaphor for living with integrity and in truth.
The second part of the afternoon will be a workshop in which participants and facilitators will participate in an intergroup dialogue workshop. 
This work will be co-facilitated by Drisana McDaniel and Dr. Kristi Brian of the Transformative Teaching Collective.
The third part of the experience will be a yoga and meditation practice guided by guest facilitator Kennae Miller.
The practices will build on the first two parts of our afternoon together. The movement and meditation will create space to ground and move us from thinking to feeling which will integrate all parts of the experience.
$35 Sign up online or in the studio.

Wine and Chi

6:30 - 8pm

Sundays: November 4th, February 10th, May 5th

Wine and Chi

Join us for our seasonal pot luck style Wine and Chi events. These gatherings provide the perfect opportunity to connect with other Mission practitioners and teachers that you see on the regular but never get to know!

These gatherings now happen quarterly. We look forward to seeing you on the following Sundays at 6:30pm for Wine and Chi:

Please bring a dish to share with the group and whatever you'd like to drink. All are welcome, no RSVP required!

*If possible please bring your own plate, cup, and utensils to reduce our waste!*


November 3rd, 2019

February 2nd, 2020

May 17th, 2020