Earth Pulse Yoga is what you would anticipate – a down-to-earth yoga studio where it doesn’t matter what you wear or how you look. All that matters is your commitment to yourself. We believe in the power of silence and meditation, but we don’t believe you should save your questions until after class.
We are located on the upper level of the Church of the Messiah, in Hamilton. It has beautiful hardwood floors, lots of natural light and fresh air.
We also have what you need: yoga mats, blankets, blocks and straps.
Please enter from the back parking lot entrance. Studio sign is on the door.
I learned more in one yoga class with Wendy than I had in all the years I’d been struggling with yoga. Wendy teaches from the inside out, seamlessly weaving the physical, spiritual and emotional elements of yoga. Her supportive, strong, and gracious presence provides the space for her students to explore the power of yoga, providing instruction that guides the body’s action and also provides the body’s response allowing for full expression of the poses. Wendy encourages strength and vulnerability in her class while she lovingly holds the space so that one can explore, risk, and be open to the gifts of yoga.
Thanks for the yoga class Wednesday evening. You mentioned that the class was a bit different than some of yours and I think you said something about wanting feedback? Ok, here it is: It was very effective for me, and the next day (yesterday), I felt really good and better than many other recent days – alert, clear-headed, body felt better in a bunch of ways. And my shoulder seems to be gradually improving, too. Thanks.Holden
Hi Wendy –
You have been incredibly inspirational. Seriously, I am so glad you have brought this very non-intimidating, down-to-earth yoga studio to Hamilton, and I hope it grows. I remember years ago going to yoga in Takoma Park, and it was so yuppy-ish and impersonal (one instructor I had actually made me more stressed than I was before class) — your place is what I think of when I think yoga. I think it’s a wonderful addition to the community.Melanie
The Episcopal Church of the Messiah, Second Floor- Accessed from the parking lot entrance in rear.