Our mission at EPY is to empower people through the practice of yoga, to be grounded and authentic individuals, to create a life of love and connection for themselves and others.
Evansville Power Yoga offers a variety of classes geared toward different experience and fitness levels. We have basic beginner-friendly classes, as well as deep stretch yin-type classes, chair yoga, and our signature power vinyasa classes.
We offer in-studio classes, as well as Zoom classes. Our Zoom classes are broadcast in real-time alongside our live, in-studio classes. This lets us give you personal feedback and encouragement, and allows you to be part of the in-studio experience.
For a full description of our classes, visit our Classes/Rates page.
Evansville Power Yoga was founded in January 2010, and was the first Evansville studio to offer power vinyasa style classes. We continue to be the premier studio for the power vinyasa style.
EPY is known for its community involvement. During our 14 years, we've regularly contributed to charity events with the City of Evansville, our Parks Department, the local Trails Coalition, and Angel Mounds State Historic Site.
EPY is also a leader in the training of new yoga instructors. Our EPY/Evansville Yoga University is currently in its 10th class of students. We have graduated over 80 students during the last eight years, many of whom have chosen to teach, or start their own studios or other yoga-focused careers.
Regardless of which class you take, our teachers are among the area's most highly trained and experienced. Our instructors teach at a variety of locations—from local hospitals and the YMCA to independent/assisted living communities—as well as at the EPY studio. This gives our teachers a wide-ranging perspective on how best to work with students. Our experience shows.
We're the only Evansville area studio authorized to teach Baptiste Power Vinyasa Yoga™, and we bring the Baptiste methodology of teaching to every style of yoga that we teach. Our teachers teach with honesty, integrity, strength, and humor—and we encourage and challenge our students to bring the same into their practice.