To help you make the most of your Balanced Yoga experience, we offer a variety of packages and payment options. You can choose to take single classes or for greater savings purchase one of our Class Cards or Unlimited Packages. Payment by cash, personal check or credit card is accepted at the studio.
"The Fine Print" - There are no refunds or extensions for unused or expired packages. Balanced is not responsible for class cancellation due to situations beyond our control like weather, power outages, etc.
Weekend Warrior Package
Saturdays and Sundays for 1 year
One Year Autopay
Renews automatically each month.
Prices 'Per Class'
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If you have a hard time making plans, you can sign up to take individual classes at your own pace.
*class prices shown below do not include CT state sales tax
Our Unlimited Packages allow you to take as many classes as you want within the specified time period.
Baby Boomers are 60+. Students will need to show valid ID prior to taking class.
Private Yoga Sessions
Book a private session and enjoy a private, one-on-one session with Lori Bonazzoli.
Balanced Yoga's Core Classes
Hot, Sweaty Vinyasa
Just so we're clear, this is a 60 minute hot vinyasa class. Bring a towel, large water bottle, and a fair amount of will power and willingness to touch the edge of existence. Come a little early to let your body settle into the temperature of the room, and begin gazing into the candlelit space inside your soul.
You'll hop, balance, bend, twist, laugh, stretch, drip and exhale FULLY. Posture, breath and focus stay rooted in classical yoga body shapes with plenty of room to improvise, dance, pump and "be your practice". Less emphasis is placed on a "peak pose" or shape; rather on fine-tuning the body as whole, every class.
We encourage students of ALL LEVELS (especially those seeking a more advanced Balanced Yoga practice) to give this class a few tries.
Handstand Training & Conditioning
This class is an open levels class. We will work on a wide range of exercises designed to progress flexibility, strength, endurance, proper alignment, and balance. Come learn to handstand for the first time, find more stability, or master your presses!
Please bring socks.
There’s nothing like an early morning practice. It helps to increase circulation, helps you to find balance both physically and mentally. You might just find that your morning practice energizes you more than that first cup of coffee. All levels welcome. Pre-reg for this class is required.
Dynamic Hatha Flow
This is a Hatha Yoga practice filled with dynamic and static movement. It is a blend of a few different styles of yoga. On the asana side, you’ll generally find ParaYoga, peppered with some Katonah practices. Pranayama is a main focus and is inspired by both ParaYoga and sometimes Kundalini. This is a strong practice, profound in its simplicity that helps us to create balance and fluidity. We work to become more skillful in our asana, focusing the functions of poses, safe alignment and sound architecture; orienting our bodies. With that comes better awareness of breath, pranic energy.
Expect glimpses into the traditional, deeper practices of yoga. These classes are open level are accessible for all students.
The practice is great to increase strength, agility and grace, in our entire system.
The BY Practice
This is the Balanced Yoga Challenge Class. You will flow with the breath, work on arm balances, inversions, binds and backbends. This is a challenging, and fun class where you will have the opportunity to explore new postures and new beginnings. Prior yoga practice recommended.
If you are a beginner yogi this class is for you. Commit to practicing 2x a week and you will be moving on to more challenging classes in no time. The instructor will teach the foundations needed to grow your practice, using breath and movement. English and Sanskrit words will also be taught as part of the practice. Guaranteed to have fun!
BY Vinyasa Breakdown
These 60 minute classes are always in the vinyasa tradition with a workshop-y feel towards the end to demystify asana (posture) that may at first seem out of reach.