of 1989 yoga classes have been taught in the space we now call The Yoga
Domby, D.C., began teaching yoga to some of his Chiropractic patients
one evening per week in the room above Scappoose Chiropractic Clinic. In Spring of 1993 Chris Eisenschmidt began teaching
with some beginner's classes. Now several classes are offered
yoga classes have never been advertised, only promoted through word
of mouth and by virtue of happy yogis and yoginis. Our classroom
is small, accommodating up to 10 students comfortably, and well equipped
with props - mats, blankets, blocks, straps and bolsters. We like
to think that our atmosphere is friendly, supportive and inspiring.
studio, office and props
Lending Library of books, tapes, CD's, DVD's, and videos
The Yoga Loft does not feature one particular style of yoga,
rather an eclectic blend of Hatha Yoga, as the result of the varied
studies of the instructors. We have been influenced by Iyengar
Yoga, Tri-Yoga, Ashtanga, Svaroopa, and others.
Our schedule is published quarterly, and although we run a session
for each season, anyone may join in or drop in anytime. Our rates
are $10.00 per class, or $45.00 for 5 classes, paid in advance, or $180
for unlimited classes within a three month period (not including special events and workshops).
Location: The studio is on the second level of the Scappoose Chiropractic
Clinic Building located at 52481 and 52485 SW First St., Scappoose, OR,
97056. Access to The Yoga Loft is through the right hand entrance
to the building. Map
from St. Helens or Rainier: Take Hwy. 30 to Scappoose.
One block past the first traffic light, just after the Wigwam Tavern,
turn right onto SW Hall St. At the end of the block you will see
a grey and white building straight ahead. That's where we are.
Portland: Take Hwy. 30 to Scappoose. After the third
traffic light, look for SW Hall St. on your left, between Scappoose Outfitters and the Wigwam Tavern. Turn left onto Hall. At
the end of the block you will see a grey and white building straight
ahead. That's where we are.
Parking: On weekdays,
yogis are asked to park on the street, so that the parking lot can be
used by patients of the practitioners on the first floor. On Saturdays
and for evening classes, feel free to use the parking lot.