Hello Infinity Yoga Community,

As of today Monday March 16th, 2020, Infinity Yoga Studio will temporarily suspend all yoga classes. Our hope is to resume all classes as normal starting Sunday April 5th. We will continue to monitor the COVID-19 updates shared by the Center for Disease Control (CDC), Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) and the World Health Organization (WHO). It is important to us to do our due diligence on educating ourselves on best practices and minimizing the spread of the Coronavirus disease.

The health of our yoga students, instructors, Infinity Practitioners, patients and community remain a top priority! As individuals we play a critical role in stopping the spread of this outbreak but as a collective group, we can make an even bigger impact. At Infinity Yoga Studio, we believe it is up to us to come together and demonstrate how much we care about the health and wellbeing of not only our Infinity Community but beyond. By taking these next precautionary steps in postponing our in-person yoga classes we can flatten the curve in the Winona and Global Community.

We encourage each of you to continue your personal yoga practice in your own home. Now is an important time to connect with our breath, mind, body and soul. Our wonderful Elle is currently exploring and preparing online classes to share. Feel free to email her at if you have any questions regarding the online option. We are hopeful to have more virtual options available to you shortly.

It is our promise to keep you informed of any updates and changes here at the studio. Please continue to stay engaged in the conversation. We will communicate via email, our website and Facebook. If you have any questions, concerns or suggestions, please feel free to contact me at or communicate with your yoga instructor.

We appreciate your patience, understanding and feedback. We are a community; we are in this together.


Your Infinity Yoga Studio Team

“You won’t ever never know if what you did personally helped. That’s the nature of public health. When the best way to save lives is to prevent disease rather than treat it, success often looks like an overreaction.” –Mari Armstrong-Hough, Professor of Global Public Health New York University