Yoga is a vehicle for transformation of body,
mind and spirit.

At Johns Creek Yoga we believe that yoga is a vehicle for transformation of body, mind and spirit. We are committed to honoring the potential of each student by offering a variety of classes and instruction. Whether you are a beginner or experienced student, whether you come to the mat to stretch or strengthen, whether you seek a challenging physical practice or an uplifting spiritual experience, we offer classes to help you achieve your goal.  Our mission is to help you build balance, strength and flexibility in both your yoga practice and your life.

Convenient to Alpharetta, Cumming, Duluth, and Roswell, we are located at the corner of Jones Bridge Road and Abbotts Bridge Road in Johns Creek, Georgia. We offer a variety of classes including Hot Power Flow, Hatha, Vinyasa, Ashtanga, Kripalu, Kundalini, Tai chi/Qi Gong, Meditation and Children’s Yoga.

Coming Events:

JCY Proudly Presents our Sunday Sangha Series!

Join us each Sunday beginning 3/1 for a unique, fun filled 2-hour class offering.

1st Sunday 3/1 Yoga with Live Music & Mantra led by Mahadevi 2-4PM

2nd Sunday 3/8 Sonic Healing with Jonathan Adams 5-6:30PM

3rd Sunday 3/15 Acro Yoga with Danny Smith 1-3PM

4th Sunday 3/22 Partner Yoga & Thai Massage with Mahadevi 2-4PM

Sign up to reserve your spot! 




Introduction to Yoga 4 class Series begins 3/8

Sun Date: 3/8, 3/15, 3/22, 3/29  From: 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
The Introduction to Yoga is a four class series designed for the absolute beginner. Once a week for four weeks you will be introduced to the fundamentals of yoga, including breathwork, proper alignment, posture names and vinyasa flow. Each class is 60 minutes. Click Here to register.

March Events:

March 20th, 9-11am Spring Equinox Celebration with Sheila 

Equinox means “equal” days and nights. This is a time to review and renew every aspect of our lives, create balance, promote growth and sprout fresh intentions.

The number 108 has long been considered a sacred number in Hinduism and yoga. Traditionally, malas, or garlands of prayer beads, come as a string of 108 beads. A mala is used for counting as you repeat a mantra, much like a Catholic rosary is used for counting prayers. Renowned mathematicians of Vedic culture viewed 108 as a number of the wholeness of existence. This number also connects the Sun, Moon and Earth since the average distance of the Sun and the Moon to Earth is 108 times their respective diameters. According to yogic tradition, there are 108 pithas, or sacred sites, throughout India. And there are also 108 Upanishads and 108 marma points, or sacred places of the body. For all of these reasons, at the change of the season, it is traditional to offer a living mala of 108 Sun Salutations.The movement of the body and coordinated breath literally become an offering to the universe as you create a sacred moving meditation. $20