Since 2017, our team has sought to provide an exciting, yet relaxing approach to health, wellness, and healing both mentally and physically.
We are uniquely located in the heart of Brandon tucked slightly away in a quiet spot near Brandon Hospital surrounded by nature.

All are welcomed as you enter our comfortable reception area where you can store your personal belongings and sit for a bit before practice.

Our studio space is separate from the reception area, over-looking a tranquil conservation pond.
Yoga mats and props are available for a successful and therapeutic practice.

“Yoga for Everybody”

Monthly Schedule

Recommended beginner classes:

  • Candlelit Relief & Restorative **
  • Gentle **
  • Happy Hips & Back **
  • YIN – Deep Stretch
  • Super Stretch **
  • Yoga for Stress Relief **
  • Core & Restore
  • Slow Flow & Sound

**Prenatal friendly

What is Yogajuana?

Yogajuana is a yoga class unique to The Yoga House. We have earned the United States Trademark for “YOGAJUANA” and developed a specialty yoga class for ALL to enjoy regardless of experience.

Yogajuana was created to help people simply R E L A X. 

Stress is the culprit of many illnesses and diseases. Our team of experienced yoga instructors will guide you in this hour class to gently release tension in the body, teach and practice breathing techniques, as well as meditation. Our quest is that you may take these tools with you in your daily lives, and utilize them in times of need due to stress or anxiety.


The Yoga House now has our own app!


Meet The Owner

I went to college after high school to be an ultrasound technologist in the medical field. After 7 years, in the field, I stopped working full-time and became a stay-at-home mother of three in 2000. Then when our kids grew older and I had some free time during the day, I started running after being asked to participate in a local triathlon relay in 2007. From there, a dedicated runner was born.

I completed several organized races including six full marathons. After reading how yoga can benefit runners, I decided to try it in 2012. I found another love and became a regular yoga practitioner, (and by the way, my running did improve in both endurance and speed). I decided to get my certification for yoga as my home studio was asking me to substitute classes. I became a registered yoga teacher in 2016 and began teaching at local studios and gyms. After less than a year, I started dreaming of having a studio of my own to bring different styles of yoga to the community.