What type of yoga is it?

It will be a mixture of a slow-paced hatha yoga with some vinyasa flow to get the heart rate up a bit. It will NOT be a beginning-to-end fast-paced asthanga
class. We may slow things down or speed it up to suit the students.

Is there a fee?
No, because the instructors believe yoga should not be commercialized. However, it would be good karma if we could reimburse the fellowship for the space and utilities. Also, some of the money could go toward a sign (in front of the fellowship) that advertises the class to the community. So we’re suggesting a donation based on a sliding scale of $1 to $10 per class.

What should I bring with me?
Please bring a yoga mat (most department stores have them) and a bottle of water. If you have a block, it would be useful for some asanas but it’s not necessary.

How frequently do we meet?

Mondays and Wednesdays at 6:45 pm. If the instructors have to be out of town, class may be cancelled. So please check your email before coming.


What is leela?
Leela in Sanskrit means play. Although yoga is a serious mind-body-spirit practice that is thousands of years old, it lends itself to a sense of child-like play.

Contact Ray Nandyal at 513-400-4574 or rnandyal2000@yahoo.com