YogaCentrix is an environment where joy mixes with physical fitness to bring more smiles, better moods and gains in physical, mental and spiritual wellness. Our studio is a place of laughter, compassion, strength and truth. We are proud to be a part of thousands of years of yoga traditions and look forward to innovating with you new ways to find a better life.
YogaCentrix is devoted to improving life through dedicated effort and our unwavering commitment to educational excellence. Our goal is to motivate every student to become their best self. Life isn’t predictable, but hard work yields consistent results. Our faithful purpose is to bring opportunities with each class for you to become more and more your best self.
De-stress, regain confidence and find positivity in our beautiful studio.
- Drop-in rate for classes is $11.
- A 10-class pass is $100, saving you $10.
- Monthly membership $75.
- YogaCentrix is Cash or Check only.
200 and 300 RYT certified. Currently enrolled in IAYT certified four year, 815 hour, Yoga Therapeutics program.
I enjoy picking my nose in all photos to make them more memorable and interesting, working up a nasty sweat doing something challenging, then relaxing with a good book, my dog nearby, as something delicious is cooking.
Being better every day in every way is the endgame. Also, getting a superpower would be cool.
Rev. Tressa Krenzer, RYT200
Tressa is a Reiki Master Practitioner and teacher with 10 years’ experience. In addition she is a RYT200 with Yoga Alliance. She is a certified Curvy Yoga, Accessible Yoga, and Vedanta Yoga Nidra teacher. She is an Ambassador for Accessible Yoga and K10 Yoga and a community partner with the Yoga and Body Image Coalition. Currently she is enrolled in an IAYT Accredited Yoga Therapy Training Program with East Coast Yoga Therapy. In her spare time she enjoys golfing, camping, singing and spending down time with her furrkids Scoop & Bixby.
Yoga Class Descriptions
Back Care Yoga
Asanas (postures) done to align the spine and offer reduction in back discomfort and pain. Most movements are done sitting or lying on the floor and gentle, soft adjustments are how deepening of postures is achieved.
Good for those with back issues who need ways to stretch and relieve pain without pushing too hard.
A general descriptor meaning a yoga class where the focus is on holding asanas (postures) while creating alignment of body and breath.
Good for strength, flexibility and balance.
Curvy (Accessible) Yoga
Yoga class where the focus is on getting into asanas (postures) by using props and working at a slower pace. Geared for learning yoga in a friendly, approachable manner while creating alignment of body and breath.
Good for: beginners, flexibility and balance.
The place to be for a gentle, relaxing stretch while working on Pranayama (breathing) and Meditation.
Good for stress reduction, tension relief and overall restoration of both body and mind.
Often labeled as Flow, this is a quicker pace than Hatha. Emphasis is on alignment as we move steadily through a series of asanas/ postures.
Good for cardiovascular health, strength and balance.
Where weights meet yoga and exercise meets zen. Body awakening warm up, followed by strengthening flows and finishing with a short cool down period.
Good for strength, cardiovascular health and muscle building / increasing bone density.