At Rockbriar Yoga we offer varying styles of yoga including vinyasa flow, hatha and restorative practices. Classes are tailored to the students whether in a private or group class. The small studio is located in a tranquil wooded setting and offers classes all year long. Focus is not just on the poses but also on the fundamentals of yoga including the breath, body awareness, meditation and general overall physical, spiritual and mental health.
The small studio is available for private and group classes as well as group events. We would love to host a small event for you including:
· Private yoga classes (group/couple/solo)
· Small Group Retreats
· Group Yoga Party
· Parties of any kind
Yoga studio comfortably accommodates 4-5 students at a time.
Events and classes can easily be combined with an overnight stay in the cabin, made-to-order food, or cooking demonstrations to round out the event. Customize your trip to your specifications, just contact us for more information!
Sunday 9 AM
Wednesday 7 AM
Thursday 5 PM
Group classes $10- Payment by Venmo @jmslom or in person (check if remote)
Workshops and beginner, stretch and other series forming regularly, Private classes, events and workshops upon request. Please contact for more information.
Julia Anne completed her 200 Hour Integrative Vinyasa Flow yoga teacher training with Coral Brown at All That Matters in Wakefield, RI. A banker by day, she began her yoga journey 19 years ago after the birth of her second son, initially with the goal of improved fitness and flexibility. In the following years she has come full circle, developing a passion for the mental, spiritual, and physical practice. She feels very fortunate to have also studied with several very experienced teachers in southern RI who have shared their knowledge including Coral Brown and Tamsy Smith. By embracing a more holistic approach to fitness and wellness, she discovered that yoga practice, combined with some other alternative healing methods, fully transformed her physical and mental health including a chronic back issue that she had lived with all her life. She attributes her yoga practice to helping reduce stress and anxiety and to promoting overall good health.
“I am so passionate now about my practice and teaching allows me to share this enthusiasm with others. When I am not practicing yoga or being a banker, I enjoy hiking, biking, tennis and gardening and creating healthy vegan (almost) recipes”.
Julia Anne has taught classes at Community Yoga RI, High Street Yoga and at the Education Exchange. She traveled to Rishikesh, India in 2019 on a yoga, spiritual, and cultural pilgrimage.