CO-OP Membership

Interested in CO-OP Membership?


  • 15% off all purchases (workshops, classes, packages & products. Does not include unlimited monthly pass) 
  • Free water jar with any class attended 
  • Free mat towel rental 
  • Rent the studio space for $15 per hour 
  • Bring a friend/family member to a class you attend (4 times per year)
  • Have your business listed on our website.

Our Mission


All members are welcome to join us for bi-annual studio pot lucks.  Membership fees help us keep prices affordable, allow us to offer occasional free events & classes, provide educational resources for students and teachers, pay our instructors for their work, keep supplies stocked, provide props for classes, help with maintenance of space, provide marketing materials, and keep the studio operating with your help. Thank you for being a part of our yoga community! Namaste.

Our Members help shape our community


In the picture above, we are implementing a spiral herb garden for the community to share.  We strive to offer community interactive projects and events  for the good of the community at large, and fun for our members. 

Co-Op Application

Please fill out an application form and email to the studio manager or Crystal Olry to be considered for Co-Op Membership. /

Co-Op Application (docx)


OUR CO-OP Members

Valeria (Lela) DeCastro, Music Together Founder and Instructor


Meet Lela, she is a licensed center director and a registered Music Together┬« teacher. In 2005, she decided to opened the Music Together center in Bloomington, IN. And since ever, she has been sharing her love and passion for music with many families in our community.  Lela hosts Music together classes for infants and small children at Ekah Yoga several times per week.  To learn more about the program and schedule a visit, follow the link to her website here.........

Amy Oelsner, Contemplative Dance Practice


Meet Amy, she offers Contemplative Dance Practice $5-10 about once a month on Saturday's at 3:30.  Amy is a local musician who also has a long history of studying somatic movement, contact improvisation and other forms of movement improvisation. Contemplative Dance Practice (CDP) is a participatory movement and meditation practice that explores embodied awareness.  It was started by Naropa University's Barbara Dilley in the 1970's.  It involves a timed series of silent mediation, solo movement improvisation, group improvisation and free writing.  Please wear movement clothes and bring pen and paper.  No experience necessary.  Email to receive email updates for opportunities to practice CDP in Bloomington.

Learn more about Amy here.......