Welcome to Baptiste Power Yoga of Fayetteville

We are pleased to announce that Baptiste Yoga Fayetteville is now donation-based, with 100% of donations going straight to organizations working for equality, social justice, and humanitarian efforts.  We change the organization that we are donating to quarterly and highlight the organizations we support on our social media. 

Zoom ClassesYouTube Classes

We are now offering several online options to help you continue your yoga journey with Baptiste Power Yoga of Fayetteville. Our live classes are now available via ZOOM. You can still register via the MindBody app. As an added bonus, we are also offering access to our catalog of YouTube video sessions. We hope you are well and your family is safe and healthy. And we look forward to the time when we can all be together again, sweat together again, and laugh together again!

Baptiste Power Yoga Fayetteville

Currently, Baptiste Power Yoga Fayetteville is a small studio, with room for only 10 mats. This means that classes are intimate and instruction can be personalized. The healing infrared heat in the studio will warm your muscles and allow you to deepen your poses and your practice.

Opening Baptiste Power Yoga Fayetteville is a dream come true for me and we are just getting started. Check in here as we add more classes and special events to the schedule in the weeks and months to come.  I look forward to seeing you on the mat!

Why Baptiste Yoga?

“Baptiste Yoga is about supporting people in the unfolding of their humanity, their best self, their  power. Baptiste Yoga is about altering people’s sense of possibility.” -Baron Baptiste

Baptiste Yoga is an athletic, dynamic style of vinyasa yoga that is deeply physical and therefore delivers quick results. All ages and body types and skill levels can benefit from Baptiste Yoga.   You can adapt each of the 53 poses to intensify them or take them down a notch based on your stamina and ability. While we often think of yoga as a physical practice (Asana), Baptiste Yoga combines this physical practice with both meditation (Dhyana) and Inquiry (Niyama).  This combination awakens people to their own vitality and power.