Casey Cashman

“Letting go doesn’t mean forgetting, it just means we stop carrying the energy of the past into the present.” - Yung Pueblo.
I began my yoga journey in 2010, in hopes of finding a healthy way to heal from a difficult trauma #MeToo. I was instantly amazed by the healing power of yoga, and the emotional release that came on my mat. Yoga gave me the strength to reclaim my body and the courage to love myself. Through yoga, I learned to find stillness, acceptance, and most of all, forgiveness. With a background in victim advocacy, I knew that I wanted to share this powerful gift of healing with victims, survivors, and others alike. I completed my 200 hour teacher training through Corepower Yoga in 2013 and completed my Reiki II training in 2018. I aim to create a safe space where students can reconnect to their inner spirt and find freedom through physical expression. When I’m not on my mat, I enjoy reading, traveling, gardening, and spending time with my husband, two step-daughters, and my puppy, Scotch.


Casey Cashman instructs the following:
  • Candlelight Gentle Flow
  • This 60 minute gentle flow class will help you unwind and leave all stress behind. Candlelight yoga offers a soothing environment that guides you through basic asanas (poses) that are designed to help you release tension and reconnect with your spirit. Appropriate for all levels.

  • Gentle Flow Yoga
  • This 60 minute flowing yoga class combines physical activity with breath to reduce stress, control weight, and enhance focus. This class is great for beginners and experienced yogis as well. Will help to introduce basic postures while challenging your focus and physical strength. Ideal for gentle strengthening, increasing relaxation, focus, and flexibility. Various options will be offered to appeal to a variety of ability levels.

  • Power Yoga
  • This 60 minute class builds heat with a faster pace flow and offers intermediate/advanced pose options as well as additional strength training. Hand-held weights are sometimes added along with core specific work, arm balance, and inversion options. Tabatas may be incorporated. Suitable for those with some yoga experience or a moderate to high level of physical fitness.

  • Yin Yoga
  • Yin Yoga is a 75 minute class that uses longer holds and the force of gravity in different grounded postures to help increase flexibility around the joints. Yin yoga is based on the Chinese Medicine approach to health, which says the flow of energy through its natural channels (meridians) in our body is essential to our well-being. Yin yoga works to clear blockages and stimulate the efficient flow of these “rivers of energy”. This practice is accessible and beneficial to people of all ages and fitness levels. No prior yoga experience is required and modifications will be given along the way if needed. Gift yourself an evening of feeling more flexible, deeply rested and vibrant!

  • Mixed Level Vinyasa
  • This mixed-level class combines physical activity with breath to create a variety of flowing yoga options. Great for beginners and experienced yogis as well. Will help to introduce and master basic postures while offering challenges for your focus and physical strength. Ideal for strengthening and toning, increasing relaxation, focus, and flexibility. Various options will be offered to appeal to a variety of ability levels.