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 Workshop -
Progressing Your Sumits Practice
Saturday, june 10th, 2:00pm-4:00pm
$35 Per Person registration
This workshop is designed to shed light on some of the opportunities for progression within the Sumits series.
We will go over the alignment of wraps and binds, explore variations of the poses within the series, and learn how to delve deeper into EVERY pose through awareness of the breath.
This workshop is great for those who have been practicing the Sumits series for an extended period of time and are hoping to gain better understanding of how to continue to grow through the practice. Open to ALL levels.
Upcoming Workshop -
Mark Your Mat Workshop
Saturday, june 24th, 2:00pm-4:00pm
$25 Per Person Early bird sign up, $30 per person at the door
Practicing yoga asanas over time should realign and restore your body, not cause discomfort or injury. Christa’s Mark Your Mat workshop breaks down where to properly place your hands and feet based on your own unique body’s size and proportions for a more comfortable, efficient and restorative practice.
Come enjoy some refreshments and a beautiful day while learning more about how to make your practice safer for your body!
Cost covers workshop, food and drink. Students must supply their own mat for marking.
Upcoming Event -
Donation Based Group Meditations
with jake & the columbia yoga project
check saturday schedules for regular OCCURRENCES of this special event!
donations of any AMOUNT are encouraged & will benefit different non-profit organizations in our community.
Join Jake on Saturdays for guided group meditations. These guided meditations will explore ancient meditation practices and how these practices can benefit your modern life. No experience is necessary. These events are donation only classes and are open to the public. Each meditation session will begin with light stretching, breath work, and then move into 20 minutes of meditation. Each meditation will be followed by group discussion.
Donations of any amount are encouraged and will benefit different non-profit organizations in our community.
The Columbia Yoga Project is a committed group of yogis and yoga teachers who plan group yoga events. They use the donations they gather at these events to benefit other non-profit organizations in the area, strengthening our community in many ways.
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 current student of the month!
Current Student of the Month: Jessica
"Before I began hot yoga, I did not understand the appeal. I had never been very athletic and in my 30s tried several different types of cardio to stay in shape. This resulted in knee injuries, a new ACL, and plantar fasciitis. I was then desperate to find a way to exercise that was intense but not high impact. I was skeptical about hot yoga because I hate the heat, I’m not very graceful, I do not have chakras, I’m not spiritual and I have been known to have panic attacks when I attempt to meditate.
"The practice has become my version of meditation. It is my way to connect with and appreciate myself and body for what it is and what it can do."
To read the full student spotlight and past student spotlights click on the link below.