Sweet Soul Yoga provides professional yoga instruction to students of all levels of practice in the Stone Oak area of San Antonio, Texas.
Our studio is conveniently situated in the Commons of Wilderness Oak, near the intersection of Blanco Road and Wilderness Oak, less than 2 miles from the Vinyard Shopping Center on Loop 1604.
Find us at: 20711 Wilderness Oak, Suite 107, San Antonio, Texas 78258.
At Sweet Soul Yoga, our goal is to provide a sacred space where students find physical strength and flexibility in mind, body and spirit through the study of meditation, yoga philosphy and asana (yoga postures).
You will be known by our community of students and professional yoga instructors at Sweet Soul Yoga. All of the Sweet Soul Yoga instructors are registered with Yoga Alliance, as well as additional certifications. Expect to be welcomed like family when you walk through the door and wished well, as you leave.
The Sweet Soul Yoga Community celebrates one another's diversity and strives to provide safe, accessable yoga for all.
Those that practice yoga know that every day is different and should be celebrated as such. Sweet Soul Yoga has many different options
to meet your needs:
Gentle Yoga, Prenatal Yoga, Hatha Yoga, Hatha Flow, Vinyasa, Restorative Yoga, Yin Yoga, Guided Meditation and Crystal Bowl Sound Bath Therapy.
Private and semi-private sessions are available. Please contact the studio to schedule a private lesson for yourself or for a group.
Sweet Soul Yoga also provides series and workshops each month for students that are new to the practice, as well as those that are wanting to advance.
Look for the following series and workshops on our monthly schedules:
Beginners Yoga, Meditation, Yoga for Stress Relief, Yoga for Athletes, Chakra Balancing, Pranayama Practice (Yogic Breathing), Ayurveda, Mindfulness, Wellness, Ashtanga, Prenatal Yoga, Baby & Me Yoga, Family Yoga, Yoga Sutras, Moon Circles and more based on student requests...
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Check our schedule for specialty classes that will enhance your yoga practice; including live music, candlelight and special guests. We offer döTERRA essential oils and CBD products as holistic aids for your wellness.
*Doors open 15 minutes prior to class time.
*Please remember to keep your voice down, and electronic devices completely silenced while in Sweet Soul Yoga.
We are so happy that you stopped by to visit the Sweet Soul Yoga website!
Yoga is wellness tradition thousands of years old. If we take the time and allow ourselves to be still and listen to our bodies and minds,
oftentimes we are able to create a new sense of wellbeing for ourselves.
If you have questions about the right practice for you, please do not hesitate to contact us. We are here to help!
Sweet Soul Yoga in San Antonio includes classes for all levels.
Laura was first drawn to yoga as a way to alleviate the stress and anxiety that came up for her during college. Laura believes that by focusing on the breath, movement and personal intention of practice, students will leave the mat with a greater sense of self and a new way to interact in their world off the mat. Trained in Vinyasa, Laura incorporates elements of Hatha and Vinyasa Flow to create a space where students can practice safely, without judgement, in a way that is perfect for them. In her class, you can expect to be welcomed with an encouraging spirit and loving heart. It is Laura's goal to spread great joy, along with the physical, emotional and spiritual benefits of yoga to her students.
Anna's classes are an intentional combination of alignment-based sequences set to beautiful music, with a gentle spirit of gratitude and inspiration. Expect to move quickly from chaos to calm as you center and focus on your yoga practice in Anna's classes. It's her goal to bring her students out of busyness to pure mindfulness.
As a child of God, Anna believes yoga to be prayer in motion and incorporates setting intentions for yoga practice and opportunities for students to give thanks throughout the practice. It's Anna's honor to provide the sacred space and exceptional instructors that embody Sweet Soul Yoga, where students can learn and grow physically, mentally, spiritually, and
Erica’s Motivation for life, health, and wellness drives her passion to teach a healthier way of living that encompasses mind, body, and Spirit while offering a sense of motivation and self-empowerment in living your best life now. Born and raised in Southern California, while spending time in her family’s native country of Peru, Erica understands the many facets of humanity and culture, striving to offer self-reflection, mindfulness, and gratitude. As a nurse for over 20 years in the community, Erica first experienced Yoga during graduate school studies as a form of physical exercise. However, her first class of yoga left her feeling rested and rejuvenated. Gaining more than just a physical experience she knew she wanted to understand and learn more about yoga. From that point on she continued to engage in yoga classes for balance and mind-body connection. This ultimately, lead Erica to her graduate school research project on Complimentary Alternative Medicine entitled, “The Power of Yoga in Adults with Anxiety and Stress Disorders” which was awarded one of the top research projects at The University of Texas Health Science Center in 2012. Since 2012, Erica has continued to grow in her yoga journey with her most recent endeavor completing Yoga Teacher Training in 2018. Erica offers an altruistic approach for health and wellness that is all inclusive of Body, Mind and Spirit. Erica happily resides in San Antonio, shares three sons with her husband, owns a Chihuahua and a Lab, enjoys travel, reading, beaches, yoga/lifestyle photography, journaling, coffee/tea, and essential oils, and works as a Family Nurse Practitioner.
Lauren creates a nurturing learning environment that allows each student to feel welcome and safe. Coming from a background of dance, she has trained in Hatha Flow, Prenatal Yoga and Yoga Therapy.
Lauren's teaching style is gentle and encouraging. She believes students should understand not only how to arrive safely in asana (yoga poses), but also why the asana is practiced. Her classes are planned Ayurvedically (with attention to the seasons of the year) and thoughtfully, based on her students' needs.
Lauren includes pranayama (breathing) and meditation practices in her classes, believing these to have the strongest effect on mental and emotional health.
Brandie is excited to be a part of your yoga journey! As someone who has been through physical therapy, and worked (seated) in an office setting for years, she understands how it feels to be intimidated by thoughts of "I'm not flexible enough to do yoga".
Her main goal as a teacher is to create a space where her students can feel comfortable. With a background in biology and nutrition, she understands the importance of taking an individualized approach to health and wellness. Because of this, her powerful, alignment-conscious classes can easily be modified for any level. Brandie's teaching style is warm and positive, and she regularly utilizes the art of "hands-on" adjustments and essential oil application in her classes to those who wish to participate.
Brandie is certified in SUP (Stand up Paddle Board) Yoga, and Prenatal Yoga. She provides sound therapy through crystal bowl sound bath and is available for private lessons in the studio.
Liliana began practicing yoga after a long career of teaching ballet. She describes yoga as life changing. Her goal as an instructor is to transmit the real meaning of yoga (the mind, body and soul connection) to her students. Through teaching, Liliana has found that she learns as much from her students, as they do from her. Her classes are full of energy and self- awareness. Her favorite style of yoga is Vinyasa because it energizes the body and incorporates breath-work, bringing joy to the spirit. It’s Liliana’s pleasure to teach and share the great benefits of yoga with her students.
Dana fell in love with the benefits of yoga rather quickly, and immersed herself in a yoga teacher training program to deepen her practice. She was trained in the LifePower Yoga style, branded by Jonnie Kest. As Dana continued to practice, she gravitated to Ashtanga Yoga. She sees yoga as prayerful and reminds her students that their practices are embodied acts of respect towards those who are unable to move in their bodies.
Dana believes finding space in the body into which circulation, nourishment and energy prepares one to spread light and love into the lives of others and into their own physical world. Dana loves introducing others Ashtanga Yoga and sees herself more as a yoga "guide”, rather than a "teacher”. She emphasizes that it is the yoga practice that is the teacher. Consistent with the teachings of Strala Yoga, Dana reminds her students that exploring their bodies, in their physical yoga practice, takes them deeper into their emotional and spiritual selves. She believes what happens on the mat is indicative of what is being experienced off of the mat. As such, she asks her students to be mindful of what comes up for them during their physical practice.
Kaitlin was lucky enough to have a sister who introduced her to yoga at a young age, which allowed the practice to become a part of her life on and off for 16 years. When she began practicing the Ashtanga method, it became a part of her everyday life and she knew that she wanted to become a teacher. Kaitlin has struggled with anxiety, but through yoga she has learned self compassion and the ability to not take herself and life so seriously. She has always felt like a wanderer and somewhat out of place until she found her practice, it’s the one place she knows she can go to that she can be with herself and enjoy every breath.
Kaitlin has practiced through many different life events, including injury, pregnancy and postpartum and has adapted her yoga practice to fit any challenges that arise. This has given her a new perspective in teaching that allows her to make each class a welcoming environment for all.
Kimberly began her yoga journey over 15 years ago when she borrowed a meditation tape from her late father. Soon after, she purchased a book by Cindi Lee, OM Yoga, on one of their weekend trips to the book store . Over the years, and through challenging times, she always found her way back to yoga, and a sense of healing through the practice. Kimberly discovered a passion for helping others find their own healing through yoga, meditation, holistic living and mindfulness. She loves the diversity that yoga offers her students and believes that Yoga is for every body.
Kimberly holds a 200 hr RYT certification in Adaptive Therapeutic Yoga through Mel Marie Yoga, is currently working on her 300 hr RYT in Advanced Therapeutic Yoga, is a certified Reiki healing practitioner, working on her master level Reiki certification, holds certifications in Holistic Health and Wellness Coaching, Nutrition and Stress Management and is trained in Prenatal Yoga, Kids Yoga, Ayurveda and Chakra Balancing.
Mariajosé was introduced to yoga as a child but began her personal yoga journey after reading "The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success" as a teenager. She has been a yoga instructor since May 2016 and in 2019 she became a certified meditation instructor through the Deepak Chopra Center. She is motivated to help others find their “purusa,” or inner light of awareness, through meditation, asana and Ayurveda.
MJ’s current studies are based in the 4000 year old healing system of Ayurveda which is commonly referred to as the sister science of yoga. She incorporates Ayurveda into her classes and teaches her students how to use nature to nurture themselves and help prevent illness.
Mariajosé was born in Mexico City and grew up in San Diego; however she has lived in San Antonio since 2005 and is happy to call it home. Mariajosé and her husband welcomed their first baby boy in December 2016 and they are overjoyed that his sweet soul chose them to be his parents through life. In February 2018 they lost their daughter at 24 weeks of pregnancy and Mariajosé has since been dedicated to helping others through grief and resolution.
She is a 200 hour Registered Yoga Teacher and is currently working on her 300 hour certification with a concentration in Ayurveda.
Dianne, MPH creates an opportunity for students to take an inward journey to find alignment, peace and grounding in her classes. As a certified Professional Health and Wellness Coach, Dianne challenges her students to listen and trust the wisdom of the body. The word “yoga” means union, and it is her honor to help guide her students toward unity of the mind, body and spirit. Drawing from the inspiration of artists, poets and authors, Dianne utilizes quotes of the masters and has a unifying theme for each class to explore. Her style is nurturing and open. She loves working with students who are new to yoga, as she has seen first-hand, in her own life, the transformative power of the practice. Dianne is a member of the Mayor’s Fitness Council and the owner of PeakLife Wellness.