Practice Local: Yoga at Gallery 263 

Classes are currently offered in a hybrid format. Attendees may join either in person or via Zoom. In-class attendance is currently limited to eight attendees or less. There is a $10 per class suggested donation, but you are welcome to pay what you can. Please see the class descriptions below to access the Zoom link for each class.

Yoga FAQs:

What payment methods do you accept?

Yoga teachers request that you pay with cash. Paying by check may be possible as well.

What should I bring?

While we have a few mats available for use, we recommend that you bring your own.

Are Gallery 263 yoga classes suitable for beginners?

Beginners are welcome! Yoga classes at the Gallery can accommodate students of all levels.

Is parking available?

Unfortunately, Gallery 263 does not have dedicated parking. Please check out the Driving/Parking section on our Visit page for suggestions.

Mondays 7:15PM
Hatha Yoga

Hatha yoga is the foundation of other asana-based yoga styles. “Hatha” is Sanskrit for “sun” and “moon”—thus, Hatha yoga is taught as a practice that brings balance to both the masculine and feminine sides of the body, the parasympathetic and sympathetic nervous systems. This style of yoga asana is suited for both the novice and advanced practitioner alike. Modifications of each pose are encouraged based on individual needs, and more challenging variations are available as well. Rotating instructors include Marisa Chiang, Temor Amin-Arsala, and Ana Schreck.

Wednesdays 7:15 PM

Vinyasa Flow

Find some peace and tranquility amidst the week as we explore and connect with our bodies through the synthesis of yoga, movement, breath, and meditative work. Each class aims to create an open and spacious foundation to receive direct and uplifting energy, and to find new meaning in the term “embodied empowerment”. By building a greater and deeper awareness of the subtle light energies within, we can invoke a state of quiet and calm in mind, body, and spirit. Rotating instructors include Ana Schreck.

Instructor Bios

Tay Amin-Arsala (Monday yoga)

Tay’s yoga journey began in 2008 with a “Yoga I” class at his gym during winter break while home from college. At the time, he really just wanted to become more flexible for the club sports he participated in, but ended up finding a lifelong passion instead. Since then he has engaged in a long-term, albeit ever-changing, yoga practice. In 2017 Tay made the leap and completed his Yoga Teacher Training through the Boston Yoga School. Tay weaves together alignment-conscious sequences that are designed to both strengthen our bodies and help relieve the stress we accumulate throughout our work weeks. Tay’s classes are open to all students, regardless of experience. He strives to bring a little bit of sweat, a little bit of whimsy, and a lot of his own passion to each class.

Ana Schreck (Monday & Wednesday yoga)

Ana Schreck has taught yoga in the Boston area since 2013 and has completed 500 hours of yoga teacher training from Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health and additional training in teaching hatha yoga, vinyasa yoga, yin yoga, restorative yoga, pre-natal yoga, and Ayurveda. The focus in her classes is to bring awareness to the body, breathe, and intuition while flowing with the seasons of life. Every body is welcome. You can follow her on Instagram @ana.yogateacher or keep in in touch at

Marisa Chiang (Monday yoga)

As a yoga teacher, my classes help students to experience the connection between their own body, mind and breath.  My hope is that students walk out of the class empowered and rejuvenated to be and feel themselves.  I want to create spaces that cultivate joy, strength and healing.  I have practiced yoga since 2003, and have been teaching a mix of vinyasa, restorative and slow flow yoga since early 2017.