Bliss Yoga offers regular weekly yoga classes in various styles, as well as massage therapy, private lessons and special-interest classes like Yoga for Back Pain and Prenatal Yoga.

Our classes, workshops and training events are designed for everyone, from absolute beginners to experienced practitioners and teachers.  You'll find classes to make you move and sweat or slow down and relax, to connect your body and breath and to hear your inner voice.

Download the printable September Schedule here.

Our classes run in semesters, and the current Summer Semester ends August 28. We encourage students to sign up for an entire semester, but you may also choose to enroll mid-semester or drop in to individual classes. Learn more about enrollment and drop-in options.

 You can use the online scheduling tool  to reserve a spot in class, or send an email or call (812) 250-YOGA and we will be happy to take care of you.

Weekly Classes


9:00 am - 10:00 am -- Vinyasa I with Andrew

5:00 pm - 6:00 pm -- Vinyasa I with Whitney

6:30 pm - 7:30 pm -- Intro to Yoga with Whitney


10:30 am - 11:30 am -- Hatha Yoga (all levels) with Zoe

5:30 pm - 6:30 pm -- Vinyasa I/II with Mark

6:45 pm - 7:45 pm -- Free Events in September!


9:00 am - 10:00 am -- Intro to Yoga with Alicia

10:30 am - 11:45 am -- Restore with Zoe

3:30 pm - 4:30 pm -- Gentle Yoga with Rosemary

6:30 pm - 7:30 pm -- Vinyasa I with Brooke


10:30 am - 11:30 am -- Hatha Yoga (all levels) with Zoe

5:30 pm - 6:30 pm -- Vinyasa I/II with Zoe

6:45 pm - 7:45 pm -- Restore with Zoe


9:00 am - 10:00 am -- Vinyasa I with Andrew


9:00 am - 10:00 am -- Vinyasa I with Denise

10:30 am - 11:30 am -- Intro to Yoga with Alicia


9:00 am - 10:00 am -- Gentle Yoga with Katie

10:30 am - 11:30 am -- Vinyasa I with Leah

4:30 pm - 6:00 pm -- Prenatal Yoga with Mandy

6:30 pm - 7:30 pm -- Hatha Yoga (all levels) with Zoe

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Which Class is Right for You?

We offer several different styles of yoga at various levels:

Hatha Yoga is best for adult students who are wanting to use yoga to improve their overall quality of life. Each class includes adaptable movement, breathing techniques (pranayama) and meditation.

Vinyasa is a more athletic style of yoga that emphasizes increasing strength, stamina and flexibility. Students typically flow with the breath from pose to pose through sun salutations.

Other classes include Gentle Yoga for an easy-going, peaceful experience and Restore for a thoroughly relaxing and healing class. We also offer Prenatal Yoga and Therapeutic Classes for Back Pain and other issues.

Read the Class Descriptions to learn which class best fits your needs and interests.

Hatha Yoga

Hatha yoga uses physical movement (asana), breathing techniques (pranayama), meditation, chanting and mantra to promote well-being and personal transformation at every level.

Our Hatha Yoga classes are taught in the tradition of yoga master Krishnamacharya. This tradition emphasizes adaptation of yoga techniques to student needs so that they truly work for each individual.

Because focus is given to adapting the movements, breath and meditation to individual students, it is a uniquely effective practice, and students experience healing and growth at physical, energetic, mental and emotional levels.

Hatha Yoga classes are given at three levels:

Intro to Hatha Yoga

This 6-week course provides a solid foundation to yoga, and we recommend all new students begin here if possible. Students learn basic postures, breathing techniques and beginning meditation. Suitable for adults at almost all levels of fitness. Includes audio recordings for 8 weekly practices so you can continue to practice at home between classes.

Intermediate Hatha Yoga

The next step in the Hatha Yoga series refines techniques learned at the Introductory level, with special focus given to appropriate alignment of the spine, balanced movement and steady breath. Students practice postures which strengthen the upper body and the core in preparation for beginning inversions. Students with history of neck injury or pain should discuss with the teacher whether this course will be appropriate for them and how they can modify in class. Will be offered again in Fall 2016.

Hatha Yoga - all levels

This class is appropriate for any level of student and most levels of fitness. Students will practice basic to intermediate postures, with modification as appropriate, as well as breathing techniques and seated meditation. Each month a different meditation object will be given.

Vinyasa Yoga

This more athletic style of yoga is our presentation of an Ashtanga, or Vinyasa Flow, style of yoga. Vinyasa Yoga links continuous movement through various postures with the breath to build strength and stamina, refine balance, improve flexibility and focus. There may be pranayama and time for meditation or relaxation in each class.

Students should be in good physical condition to practice this type of yoga. Proficiency in the concepts taught in Introductory Hatha Yoga or other beginning yoga classes (including basic sun salutation sequence and postures like downward dog) recommended.

We offer Vinyasa Yoga at two levels:

Vinyasa I

Vinyasa I presents basic postures and techniques for the vinyasa/ashtanga style of yoga. Each class begins with Sun Salutation A, and B will be broken down for students to start to learn the classical progression of the Primary Series. Students will learn standing and seated postures from the Fundamental and Finishing Series of Ashtanga Yoga. Inversions such as shoulder-stand and headstand may be introduced.

Vinyasa II

Building on what is learned in the first level, Vinyasa II introduces the deeper, more challenging postures of the Ashtanga style. The more subtle and internal dynamics of the practice, including details of pranayama, bandha, and drsti, may also be introduced. Vinyasa II is a more exacting, demanding and vigorous practice. Students must be able to demonstrate proficiency and safety in the concepts of Vinyasa I before advancing to this course.

Gentle Yoga

A relaxing and easy-going yoga class to help you feel more comfortable and peaceful.

Our Gentle Yoga class has been specially designed for the student who needs a slower pace and extra care, or who is interested in the therapeutic benefits of yoga, or for improving mobility, strength and balance in a safe and supportive atmosphere.

Gentle Yoga is appropriate for beginners, and an excellent course for those looking to enhance their well-being through a relaxing and gentle yoga practice.


A calming, gentle restorative yoga practice for tired bodies and overworked minds. Restorative Yoga utilizes blocks, bolsters, blankets and other supportive props so that your body can completely relax and begin to renew. This class emphasizes postures that improve digestion and immune system function, and to reduce stress and inflammation.

Each class begins with some gentle movement to prepare the body for restorative postures which include twisting, lateral bending, forward and backward-extension and supported inversions. Pranayama and meditative practices are also taught throughout the class.

This class is the perfect antidote to a stressful, busy life, and can be supportive of healing chronic pain and illness. All levels of fitness and experience welcome.


Nia is a body-mind-spirit movement technique that incorporates Dance arts, Martial arts, and the Healing Arts. Nia is a self-healing sensory based fitness practice that promotes moving according to the body's way. And by listening to the voice of the body, we gain body literacy and develop a healthy relationship with our bodies.

Nia classes are 60 minutes long. Each class is beginner friendly. We dance a choreographed routine based on the 52 moves and the 9 movement forms that make up the Nia technique. Based on the philosophy of Nia, we find our individuals body's way into sensing joy and pleasure while moving.

We also offer therapeutic yoga classes, such as Yoga for Back Pain, and Prenatal Yoga on a regular basis. Learn more about our special classes and Contact Us to find out when the next series begins.

Need help choosing a class?

Please contact us via email or call (812) 250-9642. We'd love help you find the class that best fits your interests and goals.

You can also take this short quiz to find out which class suits you best!

See our Class Schedule for details about class times.

Enrollment for Classes

Summer Semester in session May 9 through August 28

See the Summer Schedule and enroll for classes today!

Bliss Yoga provides classes on a semester basis – with sessions for Fall, Spring, and Summer. We offer group classes seven days a week, and our teaching staff is available by appointment for private lessons and yoga therapy sessions.

How to Attend a Class at Bliss Yoga

Drop in with a Guest Pass

We welcome students to Drop In to classes in any of our sessions, whether you live locally or are visiting our area. A Guest Pass for a single class costs $16. Please see more information about dropping in to a class below.

Enroll for an Entire Class Series

When possible, we highly encourage students to enroll for an 8-Week session—versus just dropping in.

Among the many reasons to enroll:

  • To save up to $6 per class.
  • To avoid disappointment. Space is limited; enrollment ensures you get a spot in the class or classes of your choice.
  • To ensure the class of your choice “makes.” We need at least five (5) students to enroll for a class to be offered.
  • To avoid over-crowded classes. We limit most classes to 12 students per class so that students get adequate support from teachers.
  • To provide the best instruction possible. Classes whose students attend regularly have coherence. Students progress in their practice more quickly and fluidly. Plus, classes like Introductory and Intermediate Hatha Yoga are designed to present concepts in an organized, thoughtful order. Taking each class in the series ensures you get a complete presentation and comprehensive instruction.
  • To inspire you to practice. We have found, when students make a commitment to coming to class regularly by enrolling for a class, they are more likely to do so. And of course the more you do yoga and meditation, the more quickly you will see the results you want and the easier it will be to maintain them.

We know you’re busy! We have a very liberal Make-Up Policy to encourage you to enroll for classes.

When to Enroll

You can register at any time before or during a current session. Fees are prorated from the time you join.

The sooner you register, the better—not only do you save $20 by enrolling early, but you also ensure you have a spot in the class of your choice.

For Drop-In Students, please see more information below about attending as a Guest or Drop-in.

Please read our Make Up and Refund Policies below prior to registering for class.

How to Enroll

Online Enrollment

Prior to the beginning of the Session, you can enroll online for the entire 8-week series through the Enroll Now link on our Class Schedule. Simply note the class and session you'd like to join during the online payment process. The Summer Session 2 begins July 3.

Once the semester has begun, you can set up pro-rated enrollment over the phone at (812) 250-9642, through email or in person at the studio. Just let us know which class you'd like to enroll in and when you can begin.

Attending as a Guest/Drop-in Student

We recommend registering prior to class to make sure there is space. You can register for a single class online using our scheduler, or send an email or give us a call at (812) 250-9642 to let us know you're coming to class.

Make-Up Policy and Extensions
Students who have enrolled in an 8-week Session may make up a missed class in the same week by attending another class on our weekly schedule (feel free to talk to your teacher about which classes are most appropriate for you).

We recommend that Introductory Hatha Yoga students who miss class come to another Introductory class in the same week they miss. For other courses, missed classes can be made up in any other class provided there is room for you and the class is appropriate for your experience and fitness.

After the Session dates are completed, no additional make-ups are permitted. If your schedule changes after you enroll in class and you need to transfer to another class, please contact Zoe or your teacher to see which class is the best fit for you.

Refund/Cancellation Policies for Semester Sessions:
If you cancel prior to 7 days of your course start date, you will be issued a refund. No refunds, no transfers, and no credits for cancellations within 7 days of course start date. No refunds or credits are available for failure to attend or failure to complete the course. In situations of unforeseen medical or family emergency (including childbirth, for mothers in Prenatal Yoga), you may arrange to put unused classes toward a session in the next semester.

Class Pricing


Guest Pass: $16


8-Week Class: $100

(Pro-rated at $12.50 per class)

Workshops and special events that vary in duration (single session, 4 weeks, 6 weeks, etc.), have varying prices.

Fees are prorated at the per class rate from the time you join a class.

Early Enrollment Discount!

Fee is discounted 20% for early enrollment. (Early enrollment for Summer Session 2 ends June 26, 2016).

Check the Schedule and Sign Up for a class today!

Payment plans for enrollment available. Contact Zoe to arrange.

Teacher Training & Continuing Education

We offer a 200-hr Level I Yoga Teacher Training certificate course in the Hatha yoga tradition. The next course begins Fall 2016, and applications are currently being accepted. Please see our Teacher Training page for more details and the Information Booklet & Application for the program.

Our 500-hr Level II Yoga Teacher Training course will begin in 2017. More information about the program will be released in Fall 2016. Please Contact Zoe if you are interested in learning more about this teacher training course.

In addition to complete teacher training courses, we also offer continuing education to advance teaching skills. We offer a Restorative Yoga Workshop, training events for Yoga Sutra & philosophy, pranayama, meditation, anatomy and course planning and several other opportunities for continued growth and learning. Sign up for our Newsletter to stay connected and hear about additional upcoming training opportunities.

Special Therapeutic Courses

We are committed to your healing, and we offer several course options throughout the year to provide a therapeutic practice in a small group setting. Upcoming therapeutic courses include the following (click the class title for more information and enrollment):

Yoga for Back Pain - August 2016

Sign up for our Newsletter to learn about more upcoming courses which meet your needs.

Private Lessons & Yoga Therapy

Experienced Yoga Teacher Zoe Sipes offers Private Lessons and Yoga Therapy Sessions to provide you with an individualized yoga practice to bring your body, mind and spirit into balance. Many students prefer to start with private lessons before joining group classes, and many choose to deepen their experience from group classes with private sessions. Our teaching staff also provides small group sessions and yoga classes for private events are also available. Learn more about Private Sessions.

Massage Therapy

Bliss Yoga offers a variety of massage therapy and bodywork services to keep your body and mind balanced. Our therapists will help you heal, unwind and de-stress in a soothing environment. Learn more about massage and bodywork at Bliss Yoga.

Workplace Yoga

Offering regular yoga classes at your workplace is an easy way to improve the well-being of employees, and improved employee wellness reduces absenteeism, improves morale, reduces stress, and increases productivity. Learn more about how Bliss Yoga can help your employees succeed on our Workplace Yoga page.