Yoga at Volk’s Yoga & Pilates
Yoga at Volk’s Yoga & Pilates

A regular Yoga practice strengthens your body, improves your mind and buoys your spirit.

Pilates at Volk’s Yoga & Pilates
Pilates at Volk’s Yoga & Pilates

Pilates focuses on core muscles that provide support for the spine and help to keep the body balanced and strong.

Personal Training  at Volk’s Yoga & Pilates
Personal Training at Volk’s Yoga & Pilates

We offer personal training in Pilates, Abdominal Toning and Yoga.

Welcome to one of the best Yoga and Pilates studios on the Oregon Coast

At Volk’s Yoga and Pilates Studio, we are dedicated to helping you develop your full potential. We want you to become fitter, stronger, healthier and happier — all the best you can be.

We are the best.

  • We have the most experienced teachers. The owner of our studio, Jeany Volk, has more than 30 years of experience teaching exercise physiology, the science of movement, Pilates and Yoga.
  • We have the most equipment and the nicest studio: We have Pilates reformers, springboards, Mve platform chairs, arches, orbits, balls, Yoga mats, blankets and blocks, and lots of other pieces of equipment. Our studio is absolutely clean, with big windows letting in the light and nourishing greenery of all sorts, with a floor that never feels cold.
  • We’ve even won awards, including–but not limited to–the most up-to-date Readers’ Choice Award sponsored by the Newport News Times.


Yoga or Pilates–What Would be Best for Me?

Yoga is a physical and mental discipline originating in India, which combines meditative practices and postures (called asanas). Pilates is a physical-fitness system developed in the early 20th century by Joseph Pilates in Germany. Both Yoga and Pilates offer all the benefits of exercise, but there are some differences between the two.

Relief from depression or anxiety
Mental and emotional health

Weight loss
Toning and strengthening
Relief from back pain
Physical prowess


What Should I Wear? What Should I Bring?

 All equipment is provided. For Yoga, we have mats, blocks, straps, kneeling pads, blankets and bolsters. For Pilates, we have sophisticated and specialized equipment including, but not limited to, Reformers, springboards, Mve platform chairs, arches, orbits.

Wear comfortable clothes–t-shirts and leggings or sweat pants or any stretchy clothing you might wear around the house. For Pilates, make sure you wear clothing that won’t catch on the equipment.

Both Yoga and Pilates are normally practiced barefoot, but there are socks with toes and sticky soles for cold feet and soft-soled shoes made for those who aren’t comfortable barefoot.


What if I’m Inactive or Elderly?

If you’ve not exercised recently, beginning a Yoga or Pilates practice is a very safe and effective way to get back in shape and start feeling good again. Our Restorative and Chair Yoga class, pictured here, is designed especially for those who have difficulty getting down to the floor and back up again. It may be a good starting point for you. Or you may opt for personal training, which can be designed especially for your individual needs.


The list below includes Yoga and Pilates classes. For more information about any class, select the class. Then, if you have your own personal Google calendar, you can add the class to your calendar. You can download a PDF schedule file:

NOTE: Spring II 2024 (8 sessions) starts the week of May 13th..
The Monday, 9:15 class on 5/27 will not be held

Schedule at below link

Spring II 2024 YOGA