Watertown yoga classes are on a punch card system. Drop in to any class on the schedule! Punch cards can be purchased at Watertown 2 Rivers Bicycle and Outdoors. $80 for a 10 class punch card.


TUESDAY 5:30PM Susan Anderson's Vinyasa Yoga, Mixed Level Class -- We'll gently move to bring energy into the body and mind, creating length, flexibility, and warmth to set the tone for a positive day. Modifications and challenging options offered throughout the practice. All levels welcome. 

FRIDAY 8:00AM Susan Andersn's Vinyasa Yoga, Beginner Class --A great way to start the day! 

A vinyasa style yoga class stressing fundamentals of yoga.

!!Please arrive 10-15 min early if you are new. Please discuss any limitations or concerns you have with your teacher prior to class. Please use the back door and remove your shoes before coming into the yoga room!!


The word "Vinyasa" is derived from the Sanskrit term nyasa, which means “to place,” and the prefix vi, “in a special way”—as in the arrangement of notes in a raga, the steps along a path to the top of a mountain, or the linking of one asana to the next. In the yoga world the most common understanding of vinyasa is as a flowing sequence of specific asanas coordinated with the movements of the breath. Vinyasa means a gradual progression or a step-by-step approach that systematically and appropriately takes a student from one point and safely lands them at the next point. It is sometimes described as the “breathing system,” or the union of breath and movement that make up the steps.


All you really need to begin practicing yoga is your body, your mind, and a bit of curiosity. No special footgear is required because you will be barefoot. We will have mats, blocks and straps available for you.  As your practice develops you might want to buy your own yoga mat. You may want to bring a hand towel and water, though we suggest you drink water before and after, and not during practice.


We suggest comfortable, stretchy clothing that is not too loose or it will get in your way, and make it difficult for the instructor to check your alignment. Most women wear a tank or tee with leggings and men wear a tee with shorts. In the cooler months, the room is heated to a comfortable 75 degrees. We also ask you refrain from wearing scented lotions and perfumes in respect for those who have sensitivities to fragrances.


Yes you are the perfect candidate for yoga. Many people think that they need to be flexible to begin yoga, but that's a little like thinking that you need to be able to play tennis in order to take tennis lessons. Come as you are and you will find that yoga practice will help you become more flexible. This newfound agility will be balanced by strength, coordination, and enhanced cardiovascular health, as well as a sense of physical confidence and overall well-being. 


Unlike stretching or fitness, yoga is more than just physical postures. Patanjali’s eight-fold path illustrates how the physical practice is just one aspect of yoga. Even within the physical practice, yoga is unique because we connect the movement of the body and the fluctuations of the mind to the rhythm of our breath. Connecting the mind, body, and breath helps us to direct our attention inward. Through this process of inward attention, we learn to recognize our habitual thought patterns without labeling them, judging them, or trying to change them. We become more aware of our experiences from moment to moment. The awareness that we cultivate is what makes yoga a practice, rather than a task or a goal to be completed. Your body will most likely become much more flexible by doing yoga, and so will your mind.


Sue Anderson

Sue Anderson started practicing yoga in her early thirties as a way to relieve and prevent chronic back pain and gradually grew to love the many ways yoga can bring together mind and body.  She completed her RYT-200 teacher training with Appleton's Empower Yoga in January, 2017. Sue's classes focus on basic poses and gentle flowing sequences suitable for any level student.  She loves to draw connections between the physical practice and the psychological, relieving stress and encouraging mind-body awareness.  She especially enjoys teaching students new to yoga.