About Purple Blossom Yoga
Life can sometimes be complicated, stressful and frustrating. We want to teach you to notice your breath, body and encourage movement thru the practice of yoga asana. Yoga is breath, movement and attention to your body. At Purple Blossom Yoga Studio, we are committed to high quality instruction in a safe, friendly, inclusive atmosphere serving people who want to integrate yoga as part of a healthy lifestyle. We offer a diverse program of yoga classes including Hatha yoga, gentle yoga, yin yoga, restorative yoga, power yoga, vinyasa yoga, hot yoga, aerial yoga, Prana Pump HIIT Yoga, and more. Our instructors work to provide the tools and guidance necessary to help you develop your strength, stamina, emotional balance, and a greater since of well-being. We practice in a non-competitive environment that welcomes all levels of experience. All of our yoga instructors are certified with 200 hours or more in yoga teacher training and CPR trained. They are skilled, nurturing women and men who emphasize proper alignment, relaxation as well as the mind-body connection in order to foster an empowering sense of self and the community as a whole.
Meet The Owners
Hey, I'm Jess, co-owner of Purple Blossom Yoga. After practicing at Purple Blossom for a few years, I decided to take the plunge into deepening my practice with Longwave Yoga's 200hr Yogic Studies and Teaching Training program. This was one of the best decisions I've ever made for myself. The teachings of yoga are kept true and sacred by the impeccable transmission of information by the facilitators. My favorite part in my studies was reading The Bhagavad Gita. I had not read it previously and the message is beautiful and transformative. I am currently enrolled in the Longwave Yoga 300 hour training, with the full intent of being a life long student.
Hello, I’m Jack McNally, co-owner of Purple Blossom with my lovely wife Jess. My yoga journey began several years ago when Jess took me to a few classes at the old location before we took over ownership of the studio. To be honest it didn’t really appeal to me at first, although I made the mistake of trying some more advanced level classes before learning the basics. Once Jess decided to become a yoga teacher, I began reading some of the wonderful books she acquired during her training and decided to give classes another try. I became hooked once I started taking her classes, and branched out into trying others, and now here I am, training to become a teacher myself. My journey down the yogic path has been an interesting one to say the least. Studio ownership can be quite stressful, and Jess and I work very hard to provide a serene atmosphere for all of our yoga family.