Seven Oaks Yoga




Our clients include daycare centers, schools, senior living / retirement homes and private companies who recognize the benefits of yoga


We hold yoga classes at public spaces and community centers around Wesley Chapel and Tampa


For individuals and groups that want to maintain their practice or take it to the next level

Yoga Styles
Experience & Certifications

Qualified to teach multiple forms of yoga from beginner to advanced.

A type of modern yoga combining traditional yoga poses, Pilates, and dance with the use of a swing. By facilitating bending and stretching of the whole body during exercise, muscles and joints will be strengthened and rehabilitated, and the spine decompressed as the body hangs freely.

Ashtanga Yoga is is a highly structured vinyasa-style class. There are five Ashtanga asana series and each student must master every pose of the first series before moving onto the second series. The ultimate purpose of the Ashtanga practice is purification of the body and mind. By moving so quickly and powerfully, you will get a lot of tapas and everything extra, physical and mental, will have to get out the way. This practice has a strong sense of purpose and you are forced to focus and grow.

Chair yoga is suitable for students unable to participate in a traditional yoga class due to the effects of aging or disability. Chair yoga offers a practical alternative, as it deepens flexibility and strengthens personal body awareness. Chair yoga has helped people with the symptoms of many health issues including: hypertension (high blood pressure), anxiety, chronic fatigue syndrome, arthritis, vertigo, multiple sclerosis, Osteoporosis, Osteopenia, carpal tunnel syndrome, clinical depression, and chronic pain. Clients can learn many kinds of yoga postures, yoga breathing techniques, meditation, and ways of relaxation, with the aid of a chair.

Kid yoga is focused on being playful and fun by incorporating games and stories with positive themes like compassion, gratitude, and strength. These activities have show to improve balance, strength, endurance, and aerobic capacity in children.

Any type of yoga that teaches physical postures. The focus is usually a gentle introduction to the most basic yoga postures that can result in feeling longer, looser, and more relaxed.

A practice that is all about slowing down and opening your body through passive stretching. During the long holds of restorative yoga muscles are allowed to relax deeply leading to a unique feeling because props, rather than muscles, are used to support the body.

A gentle yoga practice that allows Seniors to move without straining to promote flexibility, good bone and joint health, and reduce anxiety. Our practice is collaborative with seniors to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience.

A mixture of yoga styles that focuses on less on the physical benefits of yoga and more on teaching teens techniques for coping with the unique issues they’re faced with everyday — insecurity about their changing bodies, the enormous pressure to fit in, stressful schedules, and uncertainty about their beliefs and their futures.

A slow-paced style of yoga as exercise with postures (asanas) that are held for longer periods of time. Beginners may range from 45 seconds to two minutes; more advanced practitioners may stay in one asana for five minutes or more.