One Yoga, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, is a cornerstone yoga studio in the Twin Cities.
One Yoga’s mission is to offer health and well being through the practices of yoga, inclusive of people who traditionally lack access.
With 13 core teachers, four part-time staff, a volunteer board of directors and dozens of volunteers, One Yoga fulfills its mission by offering a full schedule of yoga classes and creating Outreach Program partnerships with local nonprofits and social services organizations.
One Yoga is currently hiring for a new yoga teacher, click to learn more.
In The Studio
One Yoga offers more than 60 yoga classes each week for all levels and abilities.
Our teachers provide comprehensive and expert instruction in a wide range of yoga practices including:
Yin & Yoga Nidra
Hatha & Meditation
Vinyasa & Restorative
While each teacher and class is unique, a common thread throughout all One Yoga classes is the practice and teaching of yoga as a comprehensive system for cultivating health and wellness in all facets of life.
Additionally, we have developed a wide-ranging and substantial calendar of events that includes workshops, series and other special events that facilitate personal growth and opportunities to deepen your practice.
For students interested in a more committed and structured form of study, we offer a nine-month Yoga Studies program with Ben Vincent. This program, open to all sincere students, is comprised of regular master classes; private sessions; a residential retreat; homework that includes readings, journaling, and a home practice; as well as group activities for building community and support.
To benefit as many students as possible, One Yoga offers reduced rate options for all yoga classes:
In The Community
One Yoga achieves its mission in the wider community through our Outreach Program where we bring the teachings and practices of yoga to the clients and/or staff of nonprofit and social service partner organizations.
We make available the same quality practices we offer in the studio to a variety of populations by matching organizations interested in our services with highly skilled yoga instructors who provide on-site yoga instruction and mindfulness practices.
Through the Outreach Program, we serve roughly 200 individuals annually. Participating populations include people experiencing homelessness, people who are incarcerated, pregnant and parenting teenagers, people with mental and physical limitations, immigrant populations, refugees and asylum seekers, and victims of torture and abuse.