Class Schedule

Class Descriptions

Candlelight Restorative

Could you use some deep rest and relaxation? Are you looking for “relaxation yoga”? This is it! You’ll be profoundly calmed by spending an hour in resting poses, with the help of your teacher and well-placed yoga props. This class is soothing for your body, breath, and mind. It is beneficial for your nervous, digestive, endocrine, and other body systems. Let go of your cares and worries, slow down, breathe deeply, and let your brain slow down. It’s like pushing the reset button at the end of the week. Please note that there is a class limit of 15 participants, and we ask that you pre-register online. If you have your own yoga props (blanket, bolsters, eye pillow) then you are welcome to come without pre-registering. We want to make sure there are ample props for everyone to have a wonderful experience.

Gentle Yoga

This class is designed for those with injuries or chronic conditions which steer them toward a slower, mellower class. We will strengthen, stretch, and relax our muscles in a calm, peaceful, and supportive atmosphere. In this class, you will be guided through breathing exercises and relaxation in order to help the body heal. Gentle Yoga is for all, regardless of age. Please note that this class is also open to people who simply desire a gentle approach, for whatever reason.


This robust all-levels class will stretch and strengthen you. There is little to no weight-bearing on the wrists in this class, and all poses can be modified to accommodate physical limitations. This class consists of a breathing exercise or other centering exercise, a series of standing poses followed by a series of floor poses, and finally a long, deep rest in savasana. Hatha is challenging enough for the seasoned practitioner, yet its slow pace makes it accessible to those who are new to yoga.


In this class you will learn non-dogmatic approaches to understanding how your mind works, and how to befriend it. Much is buddhist inspired but taught from a non sectarian and non dogmatic approach. There will be discussion and Q&A. Sitting postures are taught. Chairs are available; you don’t have to sit cross-legged on the floor. This class is taught by a long-time meditator, Rob Kovacevic.

RBY Flow (Rob’s Badass Yoga Flow)

Buddhist inspired yoga flow. Expect difficult, muscle, endurance and Spirit building flows combined with long holds and the intention to purify body, mind and heart. The class is fun and is meant to challenge and push our physical and energetic limits.

Slow Flow Vinyasa 

Holding poses makes you stronger! Moving slowly and mindfully, we have time to learn and apply all of the alignment technique that is explained with such clarity and precision. You’ll never experience yoga the same after this incredibly effective class. Learn proper alignment and relax your mind in a congenial atmosphere.

Strength Clinic

30 minutes of upper body and core work with Rob Kovacevic. This class is meant to push you to your limits of endurance and strength and then slowly, month to month, go past them. You’ll find yourself able to enter into advanced poses easier, begin to define the upper body musculature and burn fat – all in 30 minutes! Rob will do the class with you to make sure he doesn’t go past what’s reasonable but you should expect to need to take breaks, modify and practice intelligently in order to make it through the sequences. Expect long holds in plank, side plank, yoga push ups and the like.


Also called “flow,” vinyasa is a moving style of yoga, where poses are linked together and movement is linked with breath. We pay attention to alignment and learn transitions, so the movement from one pose to the next becomes a part of the practice. Students are taught how to work within their own abilities and limitations for a safe but invigorating practice.


Yin yoga focuses on stretching poses practiced with a meditative mind and rich awareness to create a very deep, integrated, and harmonizing practice. A strong buddhist and taoist background informs the practice but interest in these is not needed to love this gentle but absorbing class. Yin is suitable to both beginners and advanced students alike. This is a slower-paced class where stretching poses are held for longer periods of time – usually 2 to 5 minutes. Complementary to a more active (yang) style of practice, yin yoga targets the deep, connective tissues of the body, with a focus the hips, pelvis, lower back, and knees. This style of class is based on Chinese Taoist theory and focuses on the movement of Chi (or prana) in the body. Improved flow of Chi boosts organ health, immunity, and emotional well-being. This class offers an opportunity to surrender, slow down and come back to balance. Guaranteed, you will leave feeling stretched-out, grounded, and very deeply relaxed.

Outdoor Yoga

An RBY tradition!
Noon to 1 p.m.

Beginning of July until late September
Rain or shine.
Richmond Beach Saltwater Park
Upper Terrace

Join us for a super-fun all-levels vinyasa class in the great outdoors! All levels are welcome. New students and drop-ins are welcome.