Daily Bread Yoga

It's all practice.

Failure is impossible


Daily Bread Yoga offers yoga for every body; Gentler, Vigorous, Chairish, and Beginner’s. No matter your skill or activity level, there is a class for you.

Daily Break Yoga Retreats


Monthly Saturday Morning Retreats are sweet mornings of yoga, conversation, and quiet. We do two hours of yoga over three hours.


Recommended for people with any condition that needs extra care to not “over-do” it or get worn out.


Throughout the year Daily Bread Yoga annual fundraising events for community causes. These take place on MLK Day, Thanksgiving, and more.

Our story

Daily Bread Yoga is an interfaith community of people who practice yoga together.  Classes & retreats are held in collaboration with local faith communities who provide hospitality in their buildings to advocate for the physical, mental, and spiritual health of the whole community.

Daily Bread Yoga was founded by Rachel Bass-Guennewig in 2010 after experiencing relief and rejuvenation, physically, mentally and spiritually, through her practice of yoga.

You are always welcome,

just as you are.

Daily Bread Yoga offers yoga for every body; Gentler, Vigorous, Chairish, and Beginner’s. Rachel is well-trained in Adaptive Yoga practices and will modify poses to meet you where you are at today, whether that is for more challenge or easing through chronic pain.

The Daily Bread Yoga Experience

Regardless of your pronoun or the pronoun of the one you love,
we are glad to practice yoga with you.

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