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Group classes are on Tuesday/Thursday.  Private classes can be scheduled by appointment.  Classes are held at the First Presbyterian Church, 16th & Main, Murray, Kentucky.  Gayle Rogers is a Certified Yoga Instructor registered with Yoga Alliance.  She has 22 years of experience, multiple yoga certifications, a BS Degree in Health and Exercise and a MS Degree in Human Development and Leadership from Murray State University.  She is passionate about the gifts of Yoga and anxious to share them with you so you can feel better, be stronger, more flexible and better able to manage the stress in your life.  Classes are taught with a combination of Hatha Yoga and Yogafit style, and a vinyasa format linking movement to breath.  Classes are mixed level, beginners are welcome.  The group class fee is $5.00.  Private classes are $25.00.

Peaceful Spirit Yoga

Call or text Gayle at: (270) 625-1984 email:

Class Schedule: Group Classes are on Tuesday and Thursday. Private classes by appointment.




8:30 am – 9:30 am


By Appointment


8:30 am – 9:30 am







About Us

Yoga for Everyone


Yoga unites the mind, body, and spirit in a way that eases tension and helps manage stress, reduces inflammation, increases flexibility, strength and balance to promote health and well being. Regular practice will help you feel better physically, be more focused mentally, and connect your body and mind to a deepened awareness of spirit.

Enhance Your Wellness


Yoga is a great way to improve your endurance in other physical activities. After a run, or heavy workout, yoga will help your body relax while stretching, strengthening, and lengthening the muscles you were just working on. 

Calm Your Mind


Yoga not only helps improve your body, but also helps with mindfulness and meditation. It is important to take a break from daily life in order to focus on yourself and get clarity. Focusing on your breath during practice is key to staying in tune with your mind and body.   


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