Sumits Yoga Columbia offers yoga classes for all levels that are both heated and non-heated. We also offer a full yoga retail boutique including apparel, mats, towels, as well as other yogi inspired products and accessories from the best brands in technical athletic apparel including lululemon, Manduka, Teeki, Beyond Yoga and many more! All of our yoga classes are practiced to music and led by instructors that all hold a minimum of 200 hour certification from The Yoga Alliance. You can feel confident that the instruction you receive will be safe and have you in correct alignment during each and every posture! Classes are Vinyasa Flow, Bikram and Ashtanga inspired.
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Schedule & Updates
Our class schedule changes seasonally and around most holidays. We also add special classes, workshops and events regularly.
Click the link below to see the full class schedule and to sign up for classes.
Upcoming Event -
Gentle Yoga with Sound Bath
with katie S & Ashley Burnam
sunday, may 20, 5:50-7:30pm
$25 per person pre-registration
$30 per person walk-in
Are you craving a relaxing yoga practice filled with guided meditation, breath work, deep stretching, while receiving the warm vibrations of singing bowls and other healing instruments? Look no further; this unique class is the one! Our own Katie will lead a gentle flow with lots of deep stretching, and Ashley Burnam will join accompany the flow with a sound bath. An oasis is created in our sacred space, as this gentle practice will help improve your sleep, sharpen your focus, rejuvenate your body and mind, and leave you in a peaceful, blissful state. Suitable for all levels of yoga students
As long as you're breathing calmly, you're practicing correctly.
At Sumits we are one big family - staff, teachers and students. We are so proud of all our students and their growth through their individual yoga journeys.
We spotlight one student each month and share their journey in Student Spotlights.
Congrats to our May student of the month
Student of the Month: Keely
"My yoga journey began a couple months ago as I neared the end of another year of graduate school. Being present in the thick of a doctoral program is tough. You hold so many roles that can leave you feeling drained. I was craving some balance and wellness in my life. As a teacher and counselor, I frequently encourage clients and students to be mindful, to practice self-compassion, and to always engage in self-care. When I came to realize I rarely did any of these things for myself, I decided something had to change. After all, you can’t pour from an empty cup right?"
"If I want to continue to pour from that cup and connect with others in my life I have to do something that gives back to myself mentally and physically"
To read the full student spotlight and past student spotlights click on the link below.