All levels of classes for all levels of practice

Find a class that's right for you. Check out our class descriptions to find a class that suits your mood and your level of experience. Looking for a specific style? Our teachers have diverse backgrounds and certifications- read their bios to find a perfect fit. View our schedule to plan and pay ahead or just drop in for a class!


All great and knowledgeable teachers who make space for yogis of all levels. The space is beautiful and the classes are affordable.
— Daniel
As a beginner, I was intimidated to join classes, but the instructors and space are so welcoming and wonderful. I’d recommend it to anyone.
— Anna
A wonderful place to practice yoga! Love it. This is a warm yoga community with experienced teachers.
— Lawrence
I walked by one day and decided to give Yoga a try. I’m so thankful I did, for I have found a “light” in my life, a place of peace and harmony, that I have “searched” forever for! “Searchlight” is the perfect name for this beautiful place.
— Angie

Welcome New Students! 

Sometimes the hardest part of trying something new is taking that first step to get started. Here are some guidelines for using the studio and getting started at Searchlight.

First visit? Your first class is free! Read our teacher bios and class descriptions to figure out which class you want to go to- if you're a beginner, consider a Foundations or Gentle class. You can then create a client profile and reserve your spot. If you are not tech savvy, just come on in- our helpful front desk staff is on hand to help you get set up, just make sure you show up 15 minutes early for your scheduled class. 

No mat? No problem. Students are welcome to borrow a mat (located in the studio space- not the 'member mat' storage in the cubby/reception area) we just ask that you use our mat spray to wipe it down after. We have everything you need to practice, right down to clean, filtered water to keep you hydrated. 

Wear comfortable clothes that you can move freely in, and try not to eat right before class.

Once you take that step and explore your first class, try more classes. You'll find a teacher that you connect with- there are so many different styles of yoga, so many different approaches. Find a good fit with someone who presents things in a way that feels accessible to you, that 'speaks' to you and that feels good. Your best bet is to find a balance between comfort and challenge.

Come frequently! A consistent practice is better than 'knocking it out' once a week. We have set our pricing options to optimally support your practice, and we have over 30 classes a week! If you can't make it to a class, hang out in a yoga pose or two at home. Breathe. Do an activity in a mindful way. Every day, or as often as you can!


Crystal Bowl Bath with Betsy 

Join Betsy for a Crystal Bowl bath! Enjoy a 30-minute Savasana accompanied by the pure, expansive, and powerful sound of two crystal singing bowls, interspersed with the chiming of a traditional Tibetan metal singing bowl. The vibration of the crystal singing bowl can effectively resonate with your body and brain to restore health, vitality and tranquility. Come and experience the healing qualities of sound. Friday, June 2nd, 7:15-7:45pm, $5-10 Suggested Donation

Yoga and Live Music with Dying in New Mexico and Betsy 

Join us for an enchanting evening of music and meditative practice! This is a Yin/Yang class, we’ll warm up with easy vinyasa and finish with longer held, Yin inspired poses. Experience the creative and skillful teaching of Betsy Carlson and lulling and uplifting soundscapes by multi- instrumentalists Nicholas Caputo and John David Eriksen. Let the healing tones of guitar, piano, cello, singing bowl and tibetan bell enhance your practice. Bring cash to tip musicians and purchase CDs. Friday, June 9th, 7:15-8:30pm. $12 to drop in, class passes welcome.  

Backbending: Strength and Grace with Nicholas 

This one and a half hour workshop will focus on the principles of backbending while finding the ease and strength to go deeper. In this practice you'll learn anatomical aspects, muscle isolation, and variations on posture. Focus on isolating the pelvic floor and posture. Saturday June 10th 4:00- 5:30pm $15 No Class Passes

With Nicholas Caputo 

 

Prenatal and Strength with Emilie 

This four week series will provide you with tools to ease some of the discomforts and fortify you for the amazing and powerful work that is pregnancy and childbirth. This class will focus on breathwork, strength building, and stretching to ease stiffness and help you feel more at home in your body. 

Join us for this opportunity to connect with yourself, your baby, and other expectant mothers. 

Emilie Lang, RN, MSN, is a certified prenatal yoga instructor, and a mom!