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YOGA MATters Welcomes You


We Are YOGA MATters

Our mission is to provide a safe yoga practice that nurtures the body, mind, and spirit by intuitively guiding students through sequences that build strength through the breath.  The practice of yoga can help increase one's sense of self-awareness that leads to a better focus on areas of life which matter most.  We believe YOGA MATters, because we believe that YOU matter. 

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    Apr 27, 2024, 10:30 AM
    Ennis, 108 S McKinney St, Ennis, TX 75119, USA
    Apr 27, 2024, 10:30 AM
    Ennis, 108 S McKinney St, Ennis, TX 75119, USA
    Join us for coffee at Sunshine Brews after the 9:30 Restorative Praise class! Enjoy the Ennis Farmers Market before or after.
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Class Schedule


5:30-6:15pm Basic Yoga

6:30-7:15pm Barre/Sculpt/Cardio/Yin


6:30am-7:15am Sunrise Flow

4:30-5:15pm Restorative

5:30-6:15pm Vinyasa Yoga

6:30-7:15pm Tuesday Tune-up

Wednesday - No classes


6:30-7:15am Sunrise Flow

5:30-6:15pm Vinyasa Yoga

6:30-7:15pm Restorative Yoga

Friday - No Classes 


8:30-9:15am Weekend Warrior Flow

9:30-10:15am Praise Restorative Yoga - Free Class

(Any donations will be given to Ennis CARES.)

          Book a class         

Single Monthly Membership (unlimited classes) $70

Family Monthly Membership (up to 4) $100

Ask about discounts for teachers and 1st responders.

Drop-In Fee $15

One week trial  $25

Block of 4 Classes $50


The goal of YOGA MATters is to help you learn to take care of yourself mentally and physically by letting go of weakness and building strength.  All classes are breath and core based.  Yogis will flow through vinyasas, balances, and stretches to find healing in their mind and body.  We encourage you to practice to your individual level and rest whenever it is needed.  


Students of all levels are welcome in any class as we provide modifications for all poses.  Classes are 45 minutes and mildly heated to 80F.  Admittance to class will begin 15 minutes before start time.  A towel and water bottle are recommended.

Our Class List

Basic Yoga

This is a great place to start if you are new to Yoga.  This class will explore different variations of Yoga poses to strengthen muscle, as well as increase balance and flexibility.  

Vinyasa Yoga

Vinyasa Yoga incorporates deep breathing and body awareness as you move between postures to strengthen muscle, improve balance, and increase flexibility.

Sunrise Yoga

This class will focus on poses to awaken the mind and body.  Start your day off right by mentally and physically getting energized for the rest of the day.  

Tune-up Tuesday

 This class will integrate different disciplines of exercise with Yoga to tune-up muscles your body needs to function every day.  Practice may incorporate weights, resistance bands, barre, and other tools to tone muscle and build up endurance.

Yoga Heart Flow

This class is similar to the Vinyasa Yoga class.  It will incorporate some cardio exercises to increase blood circulation and strengthen the heart.  

Weekend Warrior Flow

For those who want to go the extra mile, the instructor will intuitively guide you through an energizing flow designed to deepen your stretches and further strengthen your practice.  

Praise Yoga

This class is similar to the Basic Yoga class.  Scriptural readings will be incorporated along with worship music to inspire the mind and soul as you flow through the physical postures.

Barre Yoga

Incorporating elements of ballet and Yoga, this class will focus on low-impact, high-intensity movements to strengthen the body and develop flexibility.

Yoga Sculpt

Yoga sculpt will help tone up the muscles and build strength through postures performed with some resistance, which at times will include using weights, bands, or other props.  

Yoga Cardio

This class is similar to the vinyasa class with a more rapid flow through the sequences. The high intensity workout will help build cardiovascular endurance for the heart and lungs.  

Yin Yoga

Yin Yoga is a style of yoga that includes poses that are held for extended periods, allowing time for the deeper, connective tissues in your body to stretch.  While it can improve overall flexibility and range of motion, the conscious and controlled breathing encourages yogis to connect to their physical emotions and sensations.

Restorative Yoga

Restorative Yoga is practiced at a slow pace with long holds in passive poses, stillness, and deep breathing.  The focus is on physical, mental, and emotional relaxation.


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101 S. Dallas St. Ste. 305, Ennis, TX 75119

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