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Rogers-fam-460x310There's an old saying: "You can''t be all things to all people." At We Yogis®, we fight that notion with our objective of providing "Yoga for All." From the first time beginner to the more advanced yogi, We offers a wide variety of classes to suit all levels, as well as all ages.  We also seeks to fit all schedules through an extensive class line-up seven days a week.


At We Yogis®, we aim to provide a non-intimidating yoga environment where there is no comparison, no judgement, and no expectations. As such, yogis are encouraged to practice at their pace and level of comfort. After all, it's your practice, your fitness goals, and your yoga journey. We seeks to provide the surroundings, instruction, community, and inspiration to best move you along the path to a better you.


All classes are taught by Dallas' finest certified yoga instructors, who are dedicated to help you meet your fitness goals. We Yogis® prides ourselves in the diversity of teaching among our instructors. While all classes follow general guidelines, instructors are able to craft and design their own specific sequencing and music, making every class unique and never repetitious.


The focus on family is a core value at We Yogis®.  With three kids in the Rodgers family, Diana found her workouts were limited to places that offered child supervision – and there aren’t many in Dallas.  As such, the Future Yogis play area at We Yogis® is a fun, secure space fostering learning, play, and interaction with other children.  Fitness and maintaining healthy habits are such critical principles to teach kids.  With that belief, We Yogis® offers safe and engaging Lil Yogis classes for kids in age groups 3 to 8. But it doesn’t stop there. Lil Yogis grow to take PreTween Yogis (ages 8 to 10) and Tween Yogis classes (ages 10 to 14), reinforcing the values of strength, balance and flexibility at this critical age.


For adults or teens newer to yoga, We Slow Flow is a good place to slow down and focus on the basic yoga poses in an educational and deliberate manner. Still, this is no cake walk as the class focuses on holding poses longer, developing strength and enhancing flexibility. After a few classes, we think you will notice a difference. 

For the athletes in the family, Yogi Athletes Deep Stretch is a class to hold poses in the seated position to enhance flexibility and range of motion. Many professional athletes incorporate yoga into their fitness regimen, and we feel yoga will help improve your game as well. 

When you want to step up the pace, try We Flow, a vinyasa flow class taught in a moderately heated room (82-84 degrees), enabling the integration of breath, movement, alignment, strength, and flexibility into a true vinyasa experience.

For the most advanced classes, try our Rockin Yogis or Yogis Power Hour for the ultimate challenge in a heated (84-89 degree) faster-paced vinyasa flow with options for inversions and arm balances,...the ultimate test to your fitness endurance. In these classes, you will be challenged by traditional and creative sequences of postures rooted to an enlivening breath set to rockin, hip beats. If you're looking for a workout, this will not disappoint. Be ready to sweat! 

Wanna take it down today? Try Restorative Yogis to release and relieve tension. Or, if you are expecting, try Prenatal Yogis to prepare the body for all the changes over the nine months of pregnancy.  


We Yogis®
was founded in 2012 by Diana and Trip Rodgers who live in Dallas with their three children. Diana, with a Masters in Public Health, and Trip, who was a collegiate wrestler, identified the need for fitness-centered, non-intimidating yoga studios that cater to all ages and skill levels. Fitness and health have always been a focus in the Rodgers' life. While they were looking for the site for the first yoga studio, the Rodgers offered free yoga classes in their garage to inspire the practice of yoga in their friends and neighbors, and the roots of We Yogis were formed. Today, their concept of "Yoga for All" is blooming at their charter studio located at 5600 W. Lovers Lane (just west of the Tollway), and soon to be expanded in the Fall of 2015 in Lakewood (NE corner of Mockingbird and Abrams) and Uptown (Gables Park 17 just east of the Perot Museum) in Dallas.

In this busy life we all lead, the Rodgers’ hope is that We Yogis® provides that place where people discover yoga together and it becomes an integral part of their fitness routines – improving stress management, increasing longevity and enhancing wellness.  We Yogis® is truly that inclusive place of "Yoga for All."

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We Yogis Lovers

5600 W. Lovers Ln., Suite 150

Dallas, TX. 75209

Ph: 214.351.1229
Email: weyogis@weyogis.com

 

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We Yogis Uptown

1700 Cedar Springs, Suite 110

Dallas, TX 75202
Ph: 469.904.2295
Email: weyogisuptown@weyogis.com

 

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We Yogis Lakewood

6465 E Mockingbird, Suite 362

Dallas TX 75214
469.206.3311
Email: weyogislakewood@weyogis.com

 

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  • Yoga is the perfect opportunity to be curious about who you are.

     

    ~ Jason Crandell

  • A photographer gets people to pose for him. A yoga instructor gets people to pose for themselves.

     

    ~ T. Guillemets

  • Yoga has a sly, clever way of short circuiting the mental patterns that cause anxiety.

     

    ~ Baxter Bell

  • The beauty is that people often come here for the stretch, and leave with a lot more.

     

    ~ Liza Ciano

  • You cannot always control what goes on outside. But you can always control what goes on inside.

     

    ~ Mr. Yoga

  • Yoga is the practice of quieting the mind.

     

    ~ Patanjali

  • Yoga is possible for anybody who really wants it. Yoga is universal.... But don't approach yoga with a business mind looking for worldly gain.

     

    ~ Sri Krishna Pattabhi Jois

  • Love thyself, do more yoga

  • Yoga is the fountain of youth. You're only as young as your spine is flexible.

     

    ~ Bob Harper

  • Yoga teaches us to cure what need not be endured and endure what cannot be cured. ~ B.K.S. Iyengar