Welcome to the Prana Yoga Center of Holliston, MA! We are a warm, welcoming neighborhood Yoga studio with space for you to join us! Feel free to drop in to any Yoga class, any time! We have classes every day, year-round. The schedule is linked here.
If you’re wondering which of our yoga classes is best for you, check out the Yoga Classes page with detailed descriptions of the many different kinds of yoga here!
Director Roberta Weiner studied at the Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health in Stockbridge, MA, where she continues to train twice yearly. Some of her recent continuing education hours are in Yoga Nidra and Meditation. We have several teachers trained in the Kripalu tradition, as well as Slow Flow, Vinyasa, Yin, Hatha, Restorative and more.
If you want a wide selection of times and classes in a cozy neighborhood setting, with no pressure or competition, the Prana Center is the perfect yoga studio for you.
A recent Google review:
I have been a student of yoga at the Prana Center in Holliston Ma for 3 years now. I came to this studio not truly knowing what I was looking for.Let me say what I have found here is a loving community built on promoting to each of us- breath and meditation techniques/ strength/ flexibility/ balance/ trust/ compassion/ growth/ and inner peace. Roberta has surrounded herself with a fantastic group of instructors, each offering their own special teaching styles, modifications, and practices.You can chose from gentle/ slow flow/ core/ vinyasa flow/ yoga with weights / and monthly restorative. Try a class or try them all – you will find something that speaks to you! -Michele Proulx, Natick
For yoga classes in Holliston, MA, there’s no better selection.
A new student wrote this about our Yoga Studio: “The teacher made me feel super relaxed and comfortable which is what I was looking for as a new student.”
Come try a class – here’s the link to our Schedule …
Did you know that you can purchase a $50 card that entitles you to unlimited classes for a full month? And that 100% of that purchase goes to charity? Usually we change the charity each month but for the first quarter of this year (through the end of March), all proceeds from the cards are going to Family Promise Metrowest. We support Family Promise’s mission of ending family homelessness in our area. For more information on Family Promise, visit their website, www.familypromisemetrowest.org
You can purchase the card when you come in for your first class (check or cash), or to use a credit card, use this link.
Join Kathleen Saturday mornings from 11:30-noon for a community meditation sit.
If you have been interested in starting a meditation practice or if you have a practice and would like to sit with a group join Kathleen and other students for seated mediation after her Saturday 10-11:15 class. You do not have to attend yoga (there will be a 15 minute transition between yoga and mindfulness meditation) however it is very important to be seated and ready at 11:30. Please arrive at around 11:20 if you are not attending class. This is a donation class and all donations will go to a charity chosen by Kathleen and fellow meditators.
Kathleen will explore various forms of meditation in the weeks to come. Meditation has been scientifically proven to improve health and overall quality of life, reduce anxiety and depression, increase concentration, and strengthen the ability to cope with stress in every day life.
This is about the time when most New Year’s resolutions go by the wayside (if they haven’t already!). Keep up the good work for your overall health and well-being with Yoga! Classes at the Prana Center 7 days a week in a wide variety of styles with wonderful teachers and fellow students. A warm, welcoming environment whether you are brand-new or have done yoga for years. The Yoga Schedule is here …
Join Kathleen Snapper at the Prana Center for this wonderfully relaxing Yin Yoga series!
In this six-week session Kathleen will guide you into postures on the floor (no standing poses) with the intention of targeting the yin tissues. Holding postures in a relaxed way, non-aggressively with appropriate pressure, not strained, allowing muscles to remain stretched but without engaging them. We will use bolsters, blocks and blankets to support us in these postures, but this is different than restorative yoga because we are feeling an appropriate level of tension on the tissues while we stay in the posture for a few minutes.