Open almost six months, Yoga Bellaire is already adding to the transformation of Bellaire.  In addition to refreshing the first floor façade of the Aunt Jane Building at 204 N. Bridge Street, Yoga Bellaire is helping many local residents feel good in body and mind.

“I feel better now than I did when I was 40,” says Kay Rankin, “Yoga Bellaire has been a blessing, especially this winter.” Kay also credits her workout and yoga routine with helping her keep up with her five grandkids.

Master Teacher Rebecca has been teaching throughout the world for thirteen years. With well over 10,000 hours of instruction, her easy-going and inspiring style keeps customers motivated for more. She adds that, “It feels good to feel good. Whether you can touch your toes or not, we have a class that will benefit you.”

And the classes are very affordable. In fact, the intro special allows you to take as many classes as you can in one week for just $20. After that, you can continue with an unlimited plan that’s barely over $3/day.

In addition to their regular schedule, Yoga Bellaire offers special events, including their 3rd Thursday Series. Yoga Bellaire scored a homerun with their first 3rd Thursday donation-based class. 15 people attended and donated $150 to benefit our local trails at Glacial Hills. Yoga Bellaire matched that amount dollar-for-dollar to double the total. Glacial Hills was excited to receive $300 from out of the blue. And that is just the tip of the iceberg. When the other local business owners heard that Yoga Bellaire is preparing another class to benefit the Bellaire Library in April, they jumped at the chance to be a part of this event.

Yoga Bellaire is proud to be a strong supporter of local assets and invites everyone to join us on April 18th to raise money for the Bellaire Library. In the meantime, check out the Yoga Bellaire website for class description and the schedule. Join Yoga Bellaire today and feel good.

Yoga Bellaire is a family-owned yoga and fitness studio nestled in the heart of downtown Bellaire. If you would like more information on this topic, please contact Seth Gernot at or visit us online at