Intimate, personal, safe, class environment creates unique setting to explore the yoga that is within you. Inspired
Shala Vinyasa Flow, Slow Flow and Beginners classes offer something to meet the ever changing needs that we have in our daily lives. A rich, vibrant, community of yoga practiioners has come together and are creating something truly special. Come join us.
Peaceful Planet Yoga is a fun, playful, yoga experience! Lava lamps, magic mist, peacock feathers, pom-poms and more
help create a truly unique and engaging yoga experience. Peaceful Planet Yoga incorporates lots of kid friendly music to promote yoga play, along with yoga style games, yoga card & board games, yoga themed art and story! The focus is on having a playful experience, which incorporates yoga poses and helps children gain strength, balance, focus, and flexibility of the mind, body & spirit.
Jennifer Dahlgren, MS, RD, E-RYT 500, trained with Alan Finger in ISHTA yoga and is currently training with Baron
Baptiste in Power Vinyasa Yoga. Jennifer teaches a breath-centered practice in an inspired vinyasa flow that is adaptable for various levels of practice. Her classes are fun and light, yet strong and challenging. She aims to inspire and enliven her students in energetic classes that work the physical body, and awaken and balance the emotional and spiritual bodies. Her extensive study of alignment and injury prevention provides a safe environment to encourage students to play their edge. She taught nine classes a week in New York City for Be Yoga, now Yoga Works, as well as numerous private and corporate clients, and continued to teach as she traveled across the country. She's taught beginners workshops, supervised teacher trainees as assistants in her classes, as well as taught Yin and restorative yoga classes. Ultimately, she teaches the transformative power of yoga in a practice that connects each student to their authentic, radiant self from which to lead an extraordinary life. Jennifer also works as an Oncology Dietitian at Middlesex Hospital Cancer Center and recently earned a Master's Degree in Nutrition at University of New Haven.