Now more than ever, there is a need for yoga, meditation and wellness practices that encourage us to be our best selves, to respect and serve one another and join together as a community – and yes, to do a few updogs, downdogs and sun salutations, too. It’s in that spirit that we launched YogaLife@Home online classes to bring us all a little closer.

We ask that you register on MindBody AT LEAST one hour before the start of class (or as early in advance as you choose).  You will receive an email link to your live stream one hour to the start of class.

You will need a Zoom account to take class, which can be done at at no charge. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions.

Click here for Guidelines and Suggestions for an amazing YogaLife@Home experience.

Includes access to all online classes, our recorded class library and 2 live classes (in-studio/outdoor)

Includes access to all online classes, our recorded class library and 8 live classes (in-studio/outdoor)


After much anticipation, preparation and careful consideration, we are back in studio. We are taking a crawl, walk, run approach to ensure a safe and sound start to our new journey together! Our schedule clearly lists in-studio classes and we plan to add more over time.

You can view the steps we have taken to provide a safe and secure studio experience for you, our valued guests, along with our Sign Up and In Studio Policies here:

Includes access to all online classes, our recorded class library and 8 live classes (in-studio/outdoor)


We look forward to Yoga Life Outside returning as soon as weather permits. While we don’t expect to return outside until the spring we’re always ready to schedule “pop up” classes – which we will announce through Instagram, Facebook and add to our schedule on Mindbody. We hope to see you there!

Outdoor Yoga at Sands Point Preserve

127 Middleneck Road, Sands Point,  NY 11050


Click here for our latest schedule, event and workshop information and updates, to reserve space and make payments online

Aliveness Yoga

Each online session is a mix of yoga and discussion, both incorporating the week’s theme.

Feeling alive and inspired for our March/April session of Aliveness Yoga! Classes are Sundays 10:30-11:45am and all classes are recorded to watch at your convenience. We are looking forward to 3 new classes in April – we are pleased to offer all 3 April sessions for $45, single classes are $20, per household.

Our April themes:

April 11:  Ego vs. your BIG self

April 18:   Pain and suffering

April 25:   Sacred space

Can’t make Sunday mornings? Even if you can’t make a session, they are all recorded and shared to watch at your convenience.

Now is the time for Aliveness, Namaste!

Kids Yoga Online at Adventures 2 Learning

Dena will be teaching Mondays/Wednesdays/Fridays
from 12:45pm-1:15pm

The Eyes Have It

While we’ve shared the wildly inspiring, ecstatic and love filled words of Sufi poet Hafiz for years, who would have thought how incredibly relevant and fitting the words from this 14th century master’s poem With That Moon Language would be in the face mask wearing world we live in today. First, Hafiz taps into a universal human truth, at least for us, the desire to be loved – Everyone you see, you say to them, “Love me.” – which for many of us has only been intensified by a zoom filled world with less human contact and opportunity to seek out and/or satisfy our need to be loved. And while Hafiz accurately states we don’t say “Love Me” out loud – whether it’s for fear of someone calling the cops or perhaps the greater fear that our love won’t be returned back – we so often say “Love me” without words – and that is so often with a smile. We put on our “love me” smile when we pass people on the street, go to our local coffee shop, restaurant, gas station, store, getting rung up at the supermarket – and if you’re like us, you love getting that “I do love you” smile back in return. And then last year and the emergence of the facemask changed everything – don’t get us wrong, we’ve developed a deep appreciation for wearing a facemask on a cold winter day and while we have a profound/puzzling appreciation for facemask fashion, it has completely robbed us of our that smile we have become so reliant on to tell folks “love me”, to satisfy that great pull in us to connect.

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