Popular Classes

I am offering classes in person and online through Zoom. All class times are Central Standard Time Zone.

Monday Body Aware Yoga 6-7:30pm $25 (in person only)

Wednesday Women’s All Levels Hip Hop Dance 6-7pm $18 (in person only)

Wednesday Noon Restorative Yoga Noon-1pm $18

Friday Tween Hip Hop Dance 5-6pm $20 (once a month – in person)

Coming soon! – Senior Chair Yoga

Make sure to register at least 15 minutes before each class starts. Payments can be made through PayPal (through my scheduling platform), Venmo, or Zelle. If you are joining online, Zoom (video meeting platform) sends out a confirmation email about an hour after you register with additional details. You can also email me at unasetia@gmail.com with any questions.

In person and online

Body Aware Yoga
Mondays 6-7:30pm

By combining talk with movement this class invites a greater sense of community, support, and connection.

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In person only
Tween Hip Hop
Fridays 5-6pm

Once a month

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Senior Chair Yoga
Wednesdays 10-11am

All levels

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In person and online

Restorative Yoga
Wednesdays Noon-1pm

All levels

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In person only

Womyn’s Hip Hop Class
Wednesdays 6-7pm

All levels

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Yoga, Dance, and Related Services

My intention as a yoga teacher is to invite people to cultivate a stronger and kinder mind body connection. A more embodied presence helps us to feel more connected to our own inner guidance system. Through compassionate mindful movement, we cultivate a stronger awareness of our needs. The more aware we are of our needs, the better able we are to meet them. Our thoughts, emotions, and sensations are indicators. What is asking for attention in your body?

I offer group classes, private lessons, and yoga parties at Communal Studio.

See Flash Mobs below 🙂


Flash Mobs

I have loved to dance my entire life and I love to share it with others!

When I was a small child, I remember fantasizing about people suddenly breaking into dance in every day life. I imagined dancing in the supermarket, in the classroom, and in the streets. In 2011, I made this dream come true when I coordinated and choreographed my first dance flash mob. I did it just for fun to promote my husband’s film fest and I was hooked. Since then I have choreographed flash mobs for a variety of organizations and in a variety of locations such as in restaurants, at corporate events, and at weddings.