Ben Hicks Yoga understands the importance of using traditional yoga practice combined with herbs, nutrition, & massage to transform mind, body, & spirit.
Enjoy the benefits of feeling support in an environment that embraces inclusion and attainment of a common goal.
Be inspired to define "quality of life" through practice.
See progress tomorrow by honoring where you are today.
Take time for yourself to take care of yourself.
"Using the tools found in Traditional Yoga, to forge a meaningful path towards transformation"
Drop In - $10
Punch Pass Studio only - $70
Online Yoga Unlimited - $60
In Studio One Month Unlimited - $80
Three Month Unlimited - $180
(Yoga mats and equipment available)
Personal Training - $40 hr
Health Consultation - $50 per session
Cupping - $15 a session
Energy Work(Jin Shin Jyutsu) - $45 hr
Reflexology - $45 hr
Thai Massage - $55 hr
Flat Fee for Deep Tissue/Therapeutic
Therapeutic Massage - Deep Tissue - $65
Please give 24 hours notice for cancelled appointments when possible. A 25% fee may be charged for appointments cancelled without giving 24 hours notice. Missed appointments with no notice may be subject to a 50% service charge.
All organic community driven herbal clinic.
Ben Hicks is available for Consultation;
Holistic Health Practitioner, LMT, Clinical Herbalist and Nutritionist.
Sunday August 2nd-
Full Moon Paddle
7:00-9:00 pm at meet up at Bill Williams Wildlife Preserve
Hwy 95 South past Bill Williams Bridge.
Thursday July 16th & 23rd "Hot Yoga"
DTO Live Streamed at 5:30 pm
Online Yoga Classes,
click "booking" on the website menu tabs, scroll down and go to "online classes" pick a start date and the payment option activates. Online Yoga good for a month with a 7 day grace period, All Access 3 month also now available to online students.
Links are available for the online schedules.
Payment over the phone or in person is also available.
Educational videos on YouTube Channel Ben Hicks Yoga , use link below.
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