New Client Special
New Client Special
Unlimited Yoga, Salt Therapy & Sauna
$20 & $29
Become a Member
Yoga is most effective when practiced regularly.
If you’re practicing with us on a weekly basis, membership is your best option. We offer flexible membership options to fit every budget and schedule.
Attend 5 regularly scheduled classes per month. Does not include special events or workshops.
Attend unlimited regularly scheduled classes per month. Does not include special events or workshops.
Attend unlimited regularly scheduled yoga classes, infrared sauna sessions, and salt therapy sessions. Does not include special events or workshops.
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What to Expect in Our Classes
New to yoga? Seasoned practitioner? Are you looking to sweat or for a slow, calming practice to help you de-stress? Use this guide to see which class may be the right fit for you. Still have questions? Text us at 501.563.3683 so we can help!
What Level Am I?
Level 1: New to Yoga
Level 1 classes are designed for those who have had no previous exposure to yoga. The Level 1 student needs slow-paced direction and a great level of detail so they can become familiar with basic yoga poses and use of the breath. Level 1 classes guide you slowly through many basic yoga postures. While it is suitable for beginners, it is also for those working with an injury (tell the teacher first!) and more seasoned practitioners. Your teacher will most likely demonstrate the posture, calling it by its Sanskrit name but also giving the English translation.
Level 2: Experienced Beginner
Level 2 classes are designed for those who have had some exposure to yoga, including an introduction to basic yoga poses and proper alignment. Level 2 classes assume a working knowledge of yoga. The class might proceed a little bit quicker than a Level 1 class. The teacher will probably demonstrate a little less, and walk around the room offering hands-on adjustments. You will likely explore postures that require more stamina, flexibility, and concentration.
Level 3: Intermediate
Level 3 classes are designed for those who have a good understanding of the basic yoga postures and have begun to explore a wider variety of poses and styles, including arm balances, inversions, creative variations of postures, and extensive core work. The intermediate student understands the relationship between breath and movement. The teacher will not do a lot of demonstration and will rely on verbal cues and hands-on adjustments. Commonly Taught postures: Chatarunga, Half Moon, Crow, Tripod Headstand, Wheel.
Level 4: Advanced
Level 4 classes are designed for more experienced yogis with a very solid understanding of most commonly-practiced yoga postures who are comfortable performing more advanced poses. The advanced student practices yoga regularly and has begun to master connection of breath with movement. Students are encouraged to explore advanced inversions, arm balances, hip openers, and postures requiring deep flexibility throughout the body. Commonly Taught Postures: Flying Lizard/Crow/Pigeon, Handstand, Splits and deep twists/forward folds.
How do I want to move?
Push yourself to your limits, or unwind and relax – how hardcore do you want your practice to be?
These classes are designed to soothe and relax. Let go of stress and tension. Some might say it’s guided naptime.
Low to medium intensity. Move your body, develop strength and flexibility with minimal sweat.
Now we’re getting into faster-paced classes that will work your muscles and make you work up a sweat!
Bring a towel (or use one of ours)! These classes are designed to get your heart rate up, incorporate fitness movements, generate your internal heat, and make you sweat like crazy. Push yourself to your limits with these classes.
Hips Don’t Lie
This class is designed for anyone who would like to be more open through the hips and hamstrings and likes a strong/powerful vinyasa flow. We begin to delve into the hips and hamstrings through a dynamic hip-opening vinyasa flow practice, exploring postures that aid in increasing mobility of the pelvis, loosening the hamstrings and opening the hips. We conclude with yoga postures designed to gently soothe the lower body and promote relaxation.
This class emphasizes awareness, alignment, and breath to provide a safe and stable environment for students to explore both movement and stillness. This slower-paced class is especially welcoming to experienced beginners while also giving more seasoned practitioners the opportunity to explore more advanced postures at a slower face.
This class invites you to slow down and create space for stillness while nourishing joints, ligaments, tendons, and fascia. Expect to be on the floor most of the time, resting those tired legs, using as many props (blocks, straps, bolsters/pillows) needed to create as little effort while holding poses. Poses are held for 5-10 minutes allowing joints and fascia to release. This class is a great complementary practice for runners, cyclists, & CrossFitters.
Stretch, Roll & Restore
Join us for flexibility, mobility and injury prevention. This class utilizes foam rollers, myofascial release balls, stretch straps, yoga postures and more. Leave feeling awesome and moving better. Perfect for athletes (particularly cyclists and runners) and professional “desk sitters”! Decrease injury, increase flexibility, and restore your mind and body.
Yin is a complementary yoga practice to more dynamic and active yoga styles. A restful, calming class including breathing, gentle flowing movements, passive and supported poses. This is a perfect beginning yoga class that is also appropriate for those working with injury, limited mobility, or who prefer a softer, gentler approach to yoga.
“I have practiced yoga all over the US… in many beautiful spaces… but this place is by far the most beautiful place I have ever practiced!!”
MEET YOUR TEACHERS
Tori Jones, Director
Fun-loving. Self-Aware. Resilient.
Tori is the Director of Eden Salt Studio. She grew up in Indianapolis, IN before moving to Atlanta, GA to attend Emory University. Following college, she attended Georgetown Law and practiced law for 3 years in Washington, DC. While in law school and as a young, overworked attorney, she discovered yoga as a means to decompress and stretch out her body after long hours being hunched over doing legal research and drafting documents. Seeking an escape from the everyday stresses of her job and a desire to meet different types of people, Tori signed up for yoga teacher training with Faith Hunter at Embrace Yoga DC. She was drawn to this particular teacher training because of the vibrancy and diversity of the studio. After completing her 300hr YTT in 2012, she taught a variety of yoga styles including vinyasa, power, yoga with weights, and restorative. She has taught well over 2,000 hours of yoga in Washington, DC and Arkansas. She holds designation as an E-RYT 500 and YACEP with Yoga Alliance. Additionally, in April of 2019 she completed Prenatal Yoga Teacher Training at Blooma Nashville and BLM Rocket Yoga training in 2020.
She attempts to make yoga approachable to individuals who have not discovered the practice due to cultural stereotypes, financial difficulties, or lack of yoga offerings in particular neighborhoods or cities. In her classes she loves fusing detailed structural alignment cues with creative sequencing. She likens the physical yoga practice to a dance and loves to get lost in the movement, whether it be fast, strong, and powerful, or slow, fluid, and gentle. Tori likes to create her classes based on the needs of her students at the moment. You can expect a well thought out, intentional, inspiring class that will leave you feeling restored, self-confident, and strong, mentally and physically. Music enhances her classes and she encourages you to sing or dance along, if that’s your jam. In addition to her work at Eden, she is a wife and mother to Bailey Ava Marie and her angel baby, Leila Elizabeth. She loves spending as much time as possible with her beautiful baby girl Bailey (you will see her around the studio for sure!); planning international trips (and going of course!); decluttering her home, dancing, coming up with pitches for reality TV shows, getting pampered, and watching Bravo.
Susie Jacoby, Teacher
Peaceful. Lucid. Harmonious.
Originally from Little Rock, Susie received a BA in Sociology and Documentary filmmaking from Marlboro College in Vermont. After graduation she worked in independent filmmaking for 3 years before becoming a Producer at ABC News in New York for 10 years. After living and working in Washington DC for 3 years she left the rat race in 2009 to seek a life of tranquility in the country. She moved back to Little Rock fulfilling her dream of building a “hobby farm” in the beautiful Pinnacle Valley region.
She has been practicing yoga and meditation for over 16 years and has spent a majority of her free time learning new life skills at various yoga-based conferences and retreats around the world. She is a certified Kripalu Yoga Instructor, certified Shake Your Soul – The Yoga of Dance instructor, and most recently gained certification as a specialty instructor in Grief Yoga.
She offers a softer, slow paced, safe, self-inquiry based practice designed to promote personal growth and maturity by clearing out the physical and mental congestion of daily stresses. She believes yoga can reveal innate wisdom while tapping into a sense of grace and beauty that ultimately brings the body, mind, heart and spirit to a state of great harmony and vitality. She encourages students of all shapes, sizes and ages to honor the intimate vessel of their bodies and to experience the clarity that comes with the combined arts of Asana, Pranayama, Meditation and Conscious Communication.
Susie is an avid world traveler, tennis player, snow skier, swimmer, tree hugging hiker, music loving- dancing fool, gourmet food and wine lover, oil painter and mother of many fur/feathered babies.
Katlyne Gilliam, Teacher
Passionate. Unique. Lively.
Katlyne grew up in the Delta, but lived in Russellville most of her life. She graduated from Hendrix College and obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science. She currently works for the non-profit organization, Our House, in Little Rock. She has been practicing yoga for 3 years and holds the designation of an RYT-200. Her style is based in allowing the body to move in ways that we typically forget we are able to move in, finding space, movement and breath in all postures. The pace of her classes are slow, but with continuous movement allowing yourself to get out of the mind and into the body. Off the mat, you can find her enjoying the sun when weather allows. She enjoys supporting local organizations in the “Rock,” and trying out new ways and methods of self-care.
Kacy Long, Teacher
Empowering. Genuine. Kind.
Originally from Panama City Beach, Florida, Kacy is a beach bum transplant to Arkansas. She and her husband are parents to a zoo of four rescue animals: two dogs and two cats. Kacy is a trauma therapist at a local adolescent residential treatment center. She found yoga while in a difficult time at college and has been practicing for the last 6 years. Kacy believes in the healing power of yoga to help those that have experienced trauma and uses it in her counseling practice to help others find peace and power within themselves. She received her RYT through My Vinyasa Practice and is currently working towards her 500 hour certification. She likes to lead Yin, slow flows, mindfulness, and meditations. Body positivity, accessibility, and self-compassion are her jams. Outside of the studio and counseling job you can expect to find Kacy outdoors kayaking, exploring, and camping with her husband and dogs, traveling, or trying new recipes she found on tiktok in the kitchen.
Studio Etiquette and Policies - PLEASE READ BEFORE BOOKING
Please Be on Time: Yoga Classes and Salt Sessions begin promptly at the time scheduled. Clients will not be allowed into a class or session more than 5 minutes after the scheduled start time. We cannot guarantee that you will be able to enter the studio after the scheduled start time as we often lock the doors while a yoga class is in session.
Age Restrictions: Yoga – students must be 14 or older to attend regular yoga classes and must be accompanied by a parent/guardian who is taking class and practicing next to the teen. Instructors reserve the right to not allow a teen to take class if they feel the student is a distraction, disturbance, or too difficult to teach. We are happy to discuss exceptions to this policy prior to class. Salt Therapy – Salt therapy is great for people of all ages! We require any child under 14 to be accompanied by an adult in a salt session. If you are bringing a very young child that may disturb other guests, please reserve a Private Session.
Personal Belongings: We have lockers and storage units for you to store your shoes and personal items such as cell phones, keys, and clothing. No cell phones are allowed in the yoga studio. Eden Salt Studio is not responsible for lost or stolen items.
Illness: Admittance into all group sessions and classes must be avoided when in acute stages or contagious phases of any illness including: colds, coughs, flu, COVID19, rashes, fever, athlete’s foot, diarrhea, acute active tuberculosis, cardiac insufficiency, COPD in the third stage, bleeding, spitting of blood, alcohol, or drug intoxication, unstable or uncontrolled hypertension, and acute stages of respiratory diseases.
Reservation Policy: For all yoga classes and group salt sessions, while highly recommended, reservations are not required. We cannot guarantee that we will have adequate space for you if you do not make a reservation. If only 0-1 person is registered for a Yoga Class within 24 hours in advance of the Yoga Class, the class will be canceled. Sign up for your classes in advance so that your favorite class is guaranteed to meet!
Cancellation Policy: Yoga Classes and Salt Sessions must be canceled at least 4 hours in advance to avoid a Late Cancel or No Show Fee. Clients who Late Cancel or No Show with packages will have a class/session deducted from their package. Drop-ins will forfeit the class. Clients with memberships receive a 1-class/session “freebie” per month before they will be charged a $10 Cancellation Fee. No refunds or credits will be given to clients that Late Cancel or No Show.
Refunds: Eden Salt Studio does not provide cash credit/debit card refunds on individual classes/sessions, class/session packages, massages, workshops, special events, memberships, or Yoga Teacher Training.
Inclement Weather: In the event of a late opening or closing due to snow or other inclement weather, we will follow the Little Rock School District for all of our daytime classes. For evenings, class cancellations will be posted four hours prior to the scheduled class time. Please check our website or Momence scheduling App for up-to-date schedule changes. We will also attempt to make announcements on social media platforms.
No Scent Policy: Eden Salt Studio is a scent free studio, which means that strong scents such as smoke, cigar, perfume/topical ointments, or unclean body odor will not be tolerated and will result in being asked to leave.
Eden Salt Studio Reserves the Right to Refuse Service to All Individuals to the Studio Who Will Not Follow Studio Policies, May Cause Harm to Others, and Who have Ill Intentions.
Minimum $5 for all in-studio credit card purchases. Please bring cash to facilitate easier and faster transactions.
“I am brand new to Little Rock and found Eden Salt Studio as it was close to our new home. Tori is fantastic with her communication (emailing before our move) and the yoga classes, now that I am here, are fabulous! The staff takes the time to get to know you and your needs within every class. Thank you Tori and your Team for everything!”