Let’s practice together.
At The Yoga Space, connection is at the heart of everything we do. Whether it’s connecting mind to body, breath to movement or individuals to their community, our mission is to fuel happiness through connection.
Our spacious Mount Horeb studio offers a clean, bright and welcoming space for students of all experience levels. With a wide variety of class styles, and a well-rounded class schedule, we offer something for everyone, and every-body. Absolute beginners and advanced practitioners alike are welcomed to our studio with so much love.
We can’t wait to meet you, we can’t wait to practice together.
Co-founders, Sarah Goldsmith and Kari Mueller, are both Mount Horeb residents, dedicated yoga practitioners and RYT® 200 certified yoga teachers. The Yoga Space was born out of their strong, shared desire for Mount Horeb to have its own community-based yoga studio. They are driven by the belief that shared experiences drive social connection, and social connection fuels happiness and health.
Kari (left) and Sarah (right)
Photos courtesy of the Mount Horeb Area Historical Society
Located in one of the Village’s most prominent and historic buildings, our space enjoys a rich history. Built in 1895 by the Mount Horeb Opera Block Company, it was originally home to the Village’s opera hall and featured a stage in the center of the west wall, a two story dressing room in the northwest corner, and two stairways on either side of the stage-dressing room area which ascended to a u-shaped balcony. It immediately became the community center, hosting theatrical performances, dances, political rallies, high school commencements, silent films and high school basketball games.
The Mount Horeb Opera Block Company closed the opera hall and dissolved in 1922 at which time Thomas Lingard bought the building and remodeled the opera hall space to serve as a Masonic Temple. The Masonic Lodge first met in Mount Horeb on May 22, 1884. A century later, in 1984, the local Masonic Lodge consolidated with the Verona chapter, and gave up its rooms in the Mount Horeb Opera Block. The space has served a multitude of purposes since then.
Originally built as the community center for the town, we are honored to continue that history through providing a new space for the community to come together and connect.