21st Annual Winter Solstice Event Thursday Dec. 21st 6:00 PM

On the darkest night of the year, celebrate the coming of the Light with our 21st Annual Winter Solstice Special Event…Thursday Dec. 21, 2023 6:00 PM at the studio.

Candlelight, restorative yoga postures, special music, silent meditation, community and holiday refreshments.

Special Music provided by Yoga Teacher and Musician John Milham.

Investment: $20

Reserve your spot today! Click HERE!

Beginner Yoga every Monday night at 5:45 PM starting Oct. 30th with Monica

Beginner Yoga is now a Weekly Class!

Can I do Yoga? Yes you can. If you can breathe, you can do yoga! This class is designed to give anyone the basics for meditation, breath control, and an asana (posture) practice. Improve not only your physical strength, balance, and flexibility, but also your mental and spiritual well being. The goal of this class is to provide each student with a solid foundation that will build self confidence and support a consistent yoga practice.

New Weekend Drop-in Class: Deep Hips 9:30 – 11:00 AM on selected Saturdays with Kim Paola

Deep Hips is a challenging 90-minute class that systematically stretches the connective tissues surrounding the hip structure, leaving the lower body with a sense of length, openness, and balance. Props are provided and greatly encouraged…to achieve alignment and intended sensations and comfort throughout the practice. Open to all levels.

Saturday Oct. 7

Saturday Oct. 28

Saturday Nov. 4

Saturday Nov. 18

Saturday Dec. 2

Saturday Dec. 16

Restorative Yoga every Wednesday Night with Kim Paola at 5:45 begins Oct. 18th

Restorative Yoga is practiced on the floor, or on the wall and uses props to align the body into gentle chest openers, back bends, spinal twists and forward folds. Each of the postures are held for 5 minutes or more. Deep breathing and mindful attention to the sensations of the body and the experience of stillness is a primary focus. This class is perfect for any level student who wants to restore and renew body, mind and spirit by means of a quiet, introspective practice. It is considered to be a healing practice for people who suffer with anxiety, depression, insomnia, inflammatory diseases, back pain, side effects from chemotherapy, and many stress induced symptoms in the body/mind.

Drop In Sunday Night Yin Yoga is Back…begins September 24th at 5:45 PM

Yin Yoga is a more meditative approach to a deep physical practice. This sequence of Yin postures are held for a long period of time to target the deep connective tissues of the body and to promote the flow of energy particularly in the core body and hips.

This class is designed to counter the negative effects of a busy Yang lifestyle, sitting for long periods of time, or any sport that can create imbalance in the body. The practice is intended to facilitate a connection to the more Yin aspects of our physical, emotional and spiritual selves.

Blankets, blocks and a bolster will be used. If you have your own props, please bring them.

Led by Tammy Kolbo, C-IAYT

Drop in Rate $15…Also offered on ZOOM!

Sign up HERE!

6 Week Beginner Yoga Immersion September 18 – October 23 5:45 PM – 7:00 PM

Beginner Yoga Immersion

This 6 week course is for beginners or any level student who is interested in a class that stresses a solid foundation and healthy physical alignment in their bodies. This course will assist the student to establish a solid base on which to build and deepen their yoga practice.

The following topics will be covered:

*breathing practices
*understanding of the functional value and connection of yoga philosophy and mindful movement
*basic transitions into and out of yoga postures
*finding better alignment with the use of yoga props

This class is taught by Monica Wood, RYT-500, ELDOA 4 Trainer, Roll Model Method Practitioner

Each session will build upon the last. Please bring your own props if you have them. You will need a yoga mat, 2 yoga blocks, a yoga blanket and a yoga strap.

Investment: $100

Sign up HERE!

Rolling Your Way into Rest and Recovery Monday Aug. 28 5:45 PM – 7:45 PM

Rolling Your Way into Rest and Recovery with Monica WoodMost of us know how to work hard, but do you know how to rest well?  If you’re like me, rest is not something I consistently do well.  Aches and pains, stress from work or just racing thoughts can interfere with getting a good night’s sleep.  Rest and recovery are two essential elements in building a stronger, more resilient mind and body.  One problem that many people have is learning how to actually calm down the nervous system to allow ourselves to rest well.In this workshop you will be taught techniques to facilitate a relaxation response in the body using therapy balls and breathing techniques.  The therapy balls will loosen the tight muscles and fascia that can be causing discomfort that will hinder your ability to relax.  Adding specific breath practices will deepen the experience of calming down the body and mind.Whether you are an athlete training for an event, a busy mom, a stressed out student or a woman in menopause this workshop is one you don’t want to miss.To get the most effective experience, this will be held in the evening to get you ready for a good night’s sleep.Monday, August 285:45-7:45$30


Greetings Hattiesburg Yoga Community!
     I am pleased to officially announce my certification with The International Association of Yoga Therapists. Since 2005, I have been offering group and private sessions for a variety of ailments and conditions as an alternative healing method, meant to complement conventional western medicine. Yoga Therapy is considered a current and evolving field of health care.

Tammy Kolbo BSN, E-RYT 500, YACEP, C-IAYT


Private Yoga Therapy sessions with me are available by appointment. Recommended for individuals with challenges in mobility, strength or motor control, habitual movement patterns that cause pain, or experienced students who seek to refine their practice. Recommended for athletes who, from muscular imbalance, structural misalignment or overuse, have injuries or limitations. Private yoga therapy sessions are also available to anyone suffering from various symptoms of scoliosis, inflammatory disease, chemotherapy side effects, PTSD, anxiety, depression, chronic pain, or are in recovery from addiction.

A private session includes an initial assessment, detailed instruction and a yogic prescription by email that is intended to be used as home practice. I recommend atleast 3 sessions to establish relationship and for me to fully offer my best on how to move forward. Please note that I do not diagnose issues, but can work with a medical diagnosis. My sessions are intended to be complementary to other forms of health care.
For more information about me and my credentials or to book an appointment…please contact me through this page.