Instructors who see you while helping you see within yourself.
To see and be seen. That is the truest nature of love.
~ Brené Brown
Our studio uses two way video to live stream a variety of wellness classes. You see your instructor and they see you.
The new studio features a collective of accomplished instructors from around the country who each have 15+ years experience in their fields. Our teachers are highly skilled and possess the compassion, heart and dedication to help you achieve your wellness goals. They help you tune into your individual needs and find the calm or energy you seek to feel grounded and balanced.
The variety of classes and workshops opens many opportunities for your personal growth, making it a place to land, be present and connect. See the classes we offer by clicking below. Please note that all times are in Mountain Time.
Schedule of Classes
Classes to Nourish Your Whole BE-ing
It’s YOUR Journey!
Join our studio and follow your own path using your individual profile page.
From your profile, you’ll be able to:
- Buy your class passes
- View the class schedule
- Register for classes
- Find your class link
- See your passes, registrations and past classes
- View FAQs and get help
“I have been a seeker and I still am, but I stopped asking the books and the stars. I started listening to the teaching of my soul.” ~ Rumi
Pick a Pass
You’ll need a pass to sign up for classes. We offer a variety of options so you can choose what’s best for you!
Click the pass you want and you’re on your way!
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“With At Home Yoga & Wellbeing, I feel connected, cherished, nurtured, and well looked after. Classes are inspiring, with a wide array of offerings. I adore my regular go-tos, as well as the pop-ups and classes for a cause. Inspirational!” – Virginia Schneck
“As a former yoga teacher I can attest to the high quality of all the yoga instructors and Pilates is fun and challenging with again, excellent instruction. The convenience of an at home practice can’t be beat — especially in COVID and winter time here in the Northern mountains of New Mexico. It’s also a delight to see friends before and after the class for a few minutes of community!” – Kandace Nachtrab
“I’ve been taking classes on ZOOM for a few months now with At Home. The website is very user friendly. I purchase passes which are reasonably priced and can be used for any classes offered. Another nice thing I like about it is that I don’t have to commit to a class until shortly before I attend. instructors are the best in the business. I have never had difficulty hearing my instructor. That’s not always the case with other studios. I love taking yoga and pilates this way.” – Helen Mitchell
“I just recently started looking into other yoga type classes. I had taken some classes with Amy Necci virtually through another studio here in our area (Carlisle, PA). She is also my DoTerra consultant, and she offered some more classes through At Home Yoga & Well-Being. So I checked it out. I have enjoyed taking the workshops as I haven’t taken many of the classes. At first, I was skeptical because of the cost but I noticed they have since added a “sliding scale” or “donation” which helps tremendously. I mainly take them online virtually. Finally, the schedules and email reminders that are sent each week covering the month help tremendously in planning what classes/workshops I am interested in taking.” – Angela Snyder
“I signed up for At Home Yoga and Well BE-ing to make a difference in myself. Since beginning my yoga practice, I’ve seen a significant increase in my flexibility. I’ve learned to use my breathing to help calm myself during stressful situations. I love that you combine mind, body and soul in your practices and I love that I can do in my own home!” – Janice Andiorio
“Jacci and her band of teachers have wonderful energy, skill, patience and humanity. They have helped me change my life. I was an endurance athlete (marathons, Triathlons, 100 mile bike races) and have, as a result, worn out hips and hamstrings. Since I have been doing Yoga and Pilates and Zumba with Jacci and her fellow teachers, I can tell the difference in the diminished pain level as well as the increased flexibility in my body, especially my hamstrings. Simply wonderful teachers. Even on ZOOM, the Chi vibrates my way and wraps
me in care.” – Jim Farley
“I first heard about At Home Yoga and Well BE-ing from Marisa, a friend and yoga instructor with her own online studio that was also teaching a class for At Home. I loved all the options for classes from the very beginning. Now there are many more choices, and all the instructors are wonderful. I like the ease of the Punchpass system to purchase passes, even gift passes, and register for classes.” – At Home Student
“Do you remember the feeling after your very first yoga class that OMG how come I didn’t know about this and then taking classes everyday. That smile that does not leave your face. That is how I feel from taking classes with William and Vald. I am in awe of their classes. And I forgot how wonderful a Kripalu/ Pranakriya class can be.”
– Robin Abrett
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At Home Yoga & Well BE-ing & Zoom Etiquette
To Create Your Best Class Experience
Remove your shoes or put them on
Yoga and pilates are traditionally practiced in bare feet. You will find more support for fitness classes in shoes with good soles.
Cell phones, watches, clocks
This is your time to disconnect. Turn off your cell phone or anything that buzzes, beeps or makes noise (including watches). This is a great time to be tech free.
Tell your family/roommates you are busy
Let folks know that for the next period of time you will be busy taking care of yourself. Ask them to limit or refrain from interrupting you.
Listen to your body
Be respectful and follow the teacher’s sequence but also listen to your body and modify as you need. This might mean not doing a posture or a pranayama if it doesn’t work for you.
Leave your ego at the door
Yoga and well being are not a competitions. Your practice will be different every single day. Be present to your body and emotions during practice.
Don’t skip Shavasana or relaxation
The last posture of class is usually Shavasana or corpse pose. During this time the body, mind and spirit integrates the work done during class. Give yourself this gift of stillness and quiet.
It’s easy to forget to breathe in yoga or fitness. Be sure not to hold your breath during class.
Don’t eat at least 1 hour before practice
A full belly often makes for an uncomfortable yoga practice or fitness class. It inhibits your ability to breathe fully and move your body.
Arrive 5 minutes early
Even though you aren’t showing up in a brick and mortar studio, there are all kinds of things that can happen trying to get into your Zoom class. Start the process early to be ready.
Always bring your props
Have all your props nearby. You may not end up needing them, but if you do, it’s nice that they are close.
Check in with your teacher
The first 5 minutes of each class is to check in and say hello. Let your teacher know of any injuries or conditions that might affect your practice. This will allow your teacher to support your practice with modifications. If sharing in public doesn’t feel right, send your teacher a message through the Zoom chat.
Keep your video on
To be SEEN, we need to see you. Of course, it is always your choice. As instructors, we want to be able to see you to be able to support you on your well BE-ing journey.
It is best to set your camera up so your teacher can see your whole body during practice. This might mean playing around with the location a few times before you get it just right.
We hope that our classes never freeze and there aren’t any technical difficulties but we can’t guarantee there won’t be moments that aren’t just right. Often if the screen freezes you can still hear the teacher. You can always get out of Zoom and use the same link to get back in if it doesn’t seem to be working correctly.
In those first 5 minutes of class, it’s the perfect time to say hello to your friends (be sure to invite them to take class with you!) and to meet new friends. See and be seen – that is what we are driving for – a creation of online community members who recognize one another.