Tadasana.Yoga is movement with purpose and without judgment. Come here to drop the self-criticism, stress, and weight – often from your hips, certainly from your mind! Through yoga, and HIIT fitness classes like Yoga Sculpt, you’ll create transformation in yourself, your family, and your community.
Melissa Garland is the owner of Tadasana.Yoga. She is the creator of the Tadasana.Yoga Pillars and focused practice style, as well as a teacher, trainer, and speaker on happiness practices. Click here to learn more about Melissa.
We build happy communities, one student at a time.
Our vision at Tadasana.Yoga is that our communities are filled with people who understand what happiness is and how to create it in their lives. We believe that the key to solving today’s ever-more-divided world is to first address the problems within.
Through yoga, and the practices that surround yoga, it is our mission to give you the tools you need to define happiness for yourself and to spread it throughout your community.
We practice vinyasa yoga, a form of hatha yoga that flows with breath. Our studios are warm (not hot) to loosen your muscles and cleanse your body. Every Tadasana.Yoga class follows the arc of the Five Pillars: intention, motion, athleticism, grit, and focus. We are known for our athletic practice that will challenge you physically and mentally. If you want to amp it up aerobically, take one of our yoga-fitness classes that offer HIIT/weights, aerobics, and pilates along with yoga. You can learn more about these different class styles on our Class Styles page. Or go to the Schedule page to register for a class today.
The Five Pillars of a Tadasana.Yoga Practice
The practice of yoga, unique among athletic practices, provides a path to radical improvements in physical health because of its focus on intention and purpose. It also simultaneously opens doors to better mental and emotional health. The five pillars of the Tadasana.Yoga practice ensure that each class offers you the opportunity to experience huge strides in your own growth.
Intention: warm up, find your why, dedicate your practice
Motion: fire up your heart and lungs, get your sweat on
Athleticism: restore the natural twists and turns of the body you were born with
Grit: dig deep to find new territory in your body and mind
Focus: change the habits of your mind
All five of these principles – intention, motion, athleticism, grit, and focus – are found in all classes at Tadasana.Yoga. Tadasana creates a unique space that provides you with practices, tools, guidance, and support to find your happy. We hope you will join us in our mission!