Community Yoga with iUnderstand

Sundays at 10:30a-11:30a

10/1, 10/22, 10/29, 11/19, 12/3

$10 Drop-In
* pre-registration requested

All proceeds go to iUnderstand Love Heals, a non-profit providing compassionate comfort and understanding for those affected by suicide or mental/brain health illness and pain. 


Join us for a morning of gentle movement, intentionally connecting to your breath, and immersing yourself in mindful self-compassion.
This community class offers an opportunity to practice yoga appropriate for beginners, yet also a refreshing experience for those that practice regularly. Our intention is to create an inviting and welcoming space for ALL to come together to practice self-love.
Each class will center around making space for yourself, for connection, for healing, for simply being in a safe and supportive community to breathe quietly and allow movement & stillness to help nourish your mind, body, and soul.
We have mats and props available to borrow, or you're welcome to bring your own. 
No experience is necessary. You may choose to follow the instructors cues and modifications, or simply sit quietly and breathe with us. 
**If you have financial restrictions or would prefer to join from home virtually via ZOOM, please message [email protected] and we will reserve a space for you as available, no explanation needed.

People are like stained-glass windows.

They sparkle and shine when the sun is out, but when the darkness sets in, their true beauty is revealed only if there is a light from within.

— Elisabeth Kubler-Ross


Allow us this opportunity to support you in your journey to find your light within and/or to help fan the sparks within that lead you along in your purpose.
Let's build a supportive community to spread the message that "iUnderstand Love Heals."

About iUnderstand:



i understand is a nonprofit organization that offers compassionate comfort for those affected by suicide or mental/brain health illness and pain.



i understand believes in a future where the stigma associated with suicide and mental/brain illness is erased.
Diversity and Inclusion Statement


At i understand, we believe it is important to “be free to be me.” We love and support everyone as individuals and it is our differences that bring us together and make us better. We serve everyone and include everyone – just the way you are.  
Founder and History

After the loss of her husband, Rob, in 2003, Vonnie Woodrick’s life was forever changed, as she was forced to live a life without her loving partner and the father of their three children. Feeling as if no one understood suicide, the effects mental illness can have, and the judgment attached, Vonnie set out to change attitudes and the conversation. These efforts led to the formation of i understand in 2014. One of Vonnie’s first initiatives was to create a petition to change the definition of suicide – updating the stigmatizing definition about intentionally taking one’s life to one about suicide’s role as a terminal side effect of mental illness. Under Vonnie’s leadership i understand continues to advocate for open conversations, better resources for loss after suicide and a stigma free society. Learn more about Vonnie here.