Pricing & Class

Whether you are new to yoga, ready to sustain and deepen your practice, or visiting New Orleans, we have a package for you.



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Class Descriptions

Adaptive Yoga

Adaptive Yoga is yoga for every body. This class meets your body where it is, including bodies with limited mobility, flexibility and balance. Regardless of age, ability level or experience, you will be offered personalized adaptations of fundamental yoga poses. Each student receives support to enhance and deepen their mind-body connection. Props such as chairs, blankets, bolsters, blocks, and straps will be integrated to optimize the experience in each pose.

Adaptive Yoga is currently offered virtually at 4pm on Thursday.

Atlas Bear Yoga

 If you think you can’t do yoga because you say you are not flexible, this is your class! We are going to meet our bodies where they are and support them in their natural healing processes. We will focus on the unfolding nature of yoga, bringing breath, movement, and mind into more harmony. The only requirement is a willingness to try, to remain open to whatever experience you experience, and to have a few laughs. This class stands on the shoulders of ‘Big Boy’ Yoga, a group of queer men who met to practice together and share camaraderie. Everyone is welcome!

Atlas Bear Yoga  is offered in person on Saturdays at 2pm.

Beginners Yoga

For those entirely new to the practice. Develop strength and balance through emphasis on building the foundation of the pose, creating space in the spine, and aligning the general form. This class breaks down the asana poses succinctly, with proper use of props so they are safely explained, demonstrated, and experienced with modifications.

This class is appropriate for students with injuries and/or physical limitations. Beginner’s Yoga is currently offered in-person Tuesday at 9:15am. As a next step: Beginner’s Level 2 is offered virtually on Saturday at 9:30am.

Beginners: Level 2

For beginning practitioners or on-going students who desire alignment-focused, slower moving classes. This class explains and demonstrates asana poses succinctly and with safety. Building on strength and balance, and a spacious spine, this class includes clear form and actions, solid alignment techniques, strengthening in backbends, and a slow introduction to more weight bearing poses on the upper body without vinyasa flow.

Beginner’s Level 2 is offered virtually on Saturday at 9:30am. For in-person Beginner’s classes, please join us Tuesday at 9:15am and Wednesday at 4pm.

Chakra Yin & Nidra

Chakras are important energy centers situated along the spine. We have seven main chakras which connect to the physical, mental, and emotional aspects within. This Yin yoga sequence for the chakras gently stimulates and balances these centers so energy flows optimally. Amanda Vance has created this unique class to be a gentle, yet stimulating, means to connect more to the body, center, and soul. This class invites students to settle, feel, and be more open and healing to the full Self.

Chakra Yin & Nidra is currently offered in person at 9:15am on Friday.

Chakra Yoga

Chakra Yoga class is a flow-based sequence inspired by the yoga of Lady Niguma, a master yogini (female yogi) who lived over 1,000 years ago. Lady Niguma created a straightforward, accessible sequence which opens the chakras, or energy centers, through four simple steps which repeat from root to crown. This unique sequence is invigorating and calming. Students who feel confident in Beginner’s and Slow Flow classes are encouraged to attend. All teachers of Chakra Yoga (at Swan River) have taken specialized training in the yoga of Lady Niguma.

Chakra Yoga is currently offered in-person at 10:45am on Thursday.


Known for its transformative benefits, the practice of Kundalini Yoga builds physical strength and stamina. With sustained practice, Kundalini Yoga enhances cognitive function, emotional fitness, and spiritual connection. Kundalini Yoga focuses on moving and transforming energy using a kriyā, or “action”, in Sanskrit. Kriyās are a specific sequence of yogic techniques and meditations to create a specific result through repetitive practice. Results could be physically evident, such as better digestion, or more subtle, such as experiencing an “open heart.”

Every class is built around a kriyā and will include prāṇāyāma, or breath work, āsana practice, deep śavāsana (relaxation), and dhyāna (meditation) that may include mudrās (hand positions), mantras (vocally repeated sounds) and mantras (silently repeated sounds), and dṛṣṭi (eye focus). Many people describe their experience after classes as exhilarating, euphoric, and powerful. Because classes focus on each student’s individual and internal teacher, Kundalini Yoga is open to any one of any skill level. People of any beliefs and from all walks of life are welcome to practice Kundalini Yoga.

Kundalini Yoga is offered in person on Monday morning at 7:30am.

lunch-break swan flow

50 minute vinyasa flow class to get your practice in during your lunch break!

Lunch-break Swan Flow is offered in person on Wednesday at noon.


This is a meditation class for people living in the “real world,” who navigate all its demands and challenges. We intend this class to be one of several precious still points in your week.
During class, we will practice various meditations and visualizations. We will recite mantras in Sanskrit. At the end of each practice period, we will have a short dharma talk and discussion session.

prajna yoga

Prajna Yoga was co-founded by Surya and Tias Little in 2004. Based in Santa Fe, NM and available virtually all over the world, this intelligent, therapeutic, enduring method is appropriate for all ages. The Prajna method combines decades of the founders’ study and practice within the Iyengar and Ashtanga lineages, Traditional Chinese Medicine, and much more. Practice is experienced from the ground up through fascial work known as SATYA, followed by skillful asana sequencing supported by props. Please look out for a Prajna Yoga class on Swan River’s schedule in the fall of 2023.

Restorative yoga

This class invites deep nurturing, receptivity, self inquiry and a total slow down. Done low or lying down, there are no standing nor rigorous sequences offered. Originally created by Judith Hanson Lasater and influenced by BKS Iyengar, the use of props such as bolsters, blankets, blocks, straps and the wall gently eases one into opening the energy channels and centers over an extended period of time.

Created especially for those under stress, restorative yoga is a healthy means to decompress, recover from injury, unwind, and begin to process trauma. This practice offers the opportunity for conscious stillness, a release from multi-tasking, and the relief that comes from true, therapeutic slow-down.

For beginners, injury-recovery, stress reduction, special needs, prenatal and trauma recovery.

• Restorative Yoga classes reflect influences from the work of Judith Hanson Lasater, Iyengar, and Prajna Yoga.
• Props such as blankets, bolsters, blocks, straps, sandbags and chairs may be used.

Restorative Yoga is offered in person Tuesdays at 5pm.

Slow Flow

Slow Flow is a physically present practice in between a beginner’s class and an open Swan River Flow class. This class will be challenging but available to all levels. Expect movement, breathing practices, balance poses, and restorative yoga to conclude your practice.

Slow Flow is offered in person on Mondays at 11am


Swan Align

This class moves mindfully with a focus on alignment, skill, and integrity for greater embodiment and stability from the ground up. Poses will be highlighted for their anatomical structure and safety to support longevity. Depth of form is emphasized (more than flow) to empower the practitioner through awareness of misalignments and the biomechanics within each pose. Expect to learn clear physical actions plus creative, fun use of props, blocks, straps and the wall, to support the innate intelligence of the body. This class is appropriate for those seeking skillful alignment, support post-injury, and increased strength and flexibility to complement other forms of physical exercise. Breath-work, mantra, intention, and meditation may be interwoven throughout the sequence.

 • Swan Align classes reflect influences from Prajna, Iyengar, and Jivamukti Yoga.

Swan Align is offered at multiple times Monday – Friday.


Swan Flow

This class offers an inspiring, challenging, invigorating flow-based sequence with attention to skillful alignment and mindful intention. Focused on movement, connection, fluidity and generating internal warmth, sun salutations are a part of every class. Poses are woven together through a led breath count. This class is appropriate for beginner to advanced students, yet having some experience may be better preparation for flow-based yoga since little stopping or demonstration takes place. Our Swan Flow classes balance creativity, play, alignment and skill. Breath-work, mantra, intention, and meditation may be emphasized.

• Swan Flow classes reflect influences from Ashtanga, Jivamukti, and Bhakti Yoga.

Swan Flow is offered on Sundays, Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.


Swan Hatha Flow

During a Swan Hatha Flow class, we set our spiritual intentions and link them with attention as we move. We will practice a sequence of standing āsanas (poses) to open the fascia, the legs, low back, hips, and shoulders. The poses will challenge us to maintain our focus on our alignment and breath. We will use props for support as we realign posture and improve range of motion. Each class will begin with pranayama, or breath-work, and end with a short meditation.

Swan Power Yoga

A rigorous practice with an emphasis on alignment and injury prevention. The first half of the class will focus on strength and generating heat within the tissues. The second half will focus on increased flexibility and range of motion. As a perfect start to your weekend, expect to leave class feeling invigorated!

Swan Power Yoga is offered Friday mornings at 7:45am.

Therapeutic Yoga

Yoga is for everybody and innately therapeutic in nature. In this class, we learn and
practice the universal principles of alignment and access the subtle body in order to cultivate healing and health. Personalized adaptations of fundamental yoga poses are offered using props to create safety in the body and nervous system, regardless of age, ability level or experience.

Therapeutic Yoga is suitable for students who may be experiencing limited mobility, injury,
illness, chronic pain, trauma, sleep disturbances, neurological conditions, autoimmune disorders, stress, depression, anxiety, etc. Each class will include intelligently-aligned Asana (physical postures), Pranayama (breath work), Dhyana (meditation), and Dharma (sacred teachings). In addition, sacred sound will be offered through Mantra (chanting) accompanied by harmonium. Each student receives support to enhance and deepen their mind-body connection.

Foster greater body awareness, improve immune functioning, recalibrate the nervous system, quiet mental chatter, increase mobility, improve posture and spinal health, improve organ function and allow yourself to experience wholeness in the present moment. When we invite our bodies to move in more intentional ways and with the right effort, the energy (Prana) flows more freely in the body. Through the medicinal practices of yoga, we can cultivate a greater sense of equanimity in the body and ward off disease. Come as you are and heal with us in community!

Therapeutic Yoga is offered on Fridays at 11am.

NOTE: Class is held on the 2nd floor of the Studio. Students must navigate 1 flight of stairs to attend class.

Yin Yoga & Sound Therapy

Experience deep release in body and mind through Yin Yoga and Sound Therapy. Yin is a slower-paced form of yoga that emphasizes long-held stretches. Physically, Yin works on the deep connective tissue in the body, such as the fascia, ligaments, and tendons, in order to increase flexibility, joint mobility, and circulation. This meditative practice also calms the nervous system, releases stress, and balances the mind. During long-held poses, students are treated to a range of therapeutic sound instruments, including tuning forks, crystal bowls, elemental chimes, hang drum, and more. Suitable for all levels. The use of props is encouraged.

Yin and Sound Therapy is offered Monday evenings at 6pm.