Online Ashtanga Yoga with Rachel

Live and pre-recorded yoga classes

Find Strength & Calm with Online Ashtanga Yoga

I took my first Ashtanga class in 2005, looking for a good workout. What I didn’t expect to get was a “work in” – the unparalleled sense of mental calm and inner peace. In 2009, I stopped worrying about “how” I was going to make time for yoga, found myself a teacher, and dedicated myself to regular practice. Every day I step on my yoga mat, I feel calmer, stronger, and more flexible in my body and mind. My many teachers have shared their rich knowledge of traditional yoga blended with modern alignment. No matter if you’re a complete beginner or established practitioner, if you have a desire to practice yoga, I’d be honored to be your teacher!

What is Ashtanga Yoga?

Traditional Teachings for Modern Times

Ashtanga Yoga is a traditional system of yoga that links breath and movement and is the foundation of vinyasa-style classes. It was passed down from Krishnamacharya to his students and made famous by the Jois family, who have taught this system in Mysore, India and around the world for over 70 years. With the blessings of my teachers trained by the Jois family, I humbly and joyfully teach Ashtanga yoga.

Three ways to participate in

Online Ashtanga Yoga Classes


Drop-In for a Live Yoga Class

Drop in for a weekly live yoga class on Zoom. Connect in real-time with an inclusive yoga community!

Pre-Recorded Library of Yoga Classes

Can’t make it to the live class? Get access to a pre-recorded library of classes. New classes added every week!


Private Yoga Lessons

Individualized feedback to enhance your practice! Get 25 percent off private lessons with an online yoga membership.

“Yoga begins with listening. When we listen, we are giving space to what is.”

Richard Freeman
The Future of Ashtanga Yoga

The Future of Ashtanga Yoga

I teach yoga because I love it and want to share this practice that’s given me millions of opportunities to embody inner calm and strength. The very last thing I want to do is cause harm through culturally appropriating this practice. But as I’m learning: just because I intend not to harm doesn’t mean that I’m not hurting anyone. 

Don't leave empty-handed: try two free classes!

Don't leave empty-handed: try two free classes!


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