The Agave Wellness Studio story begins not too terribly long ago. While Andrea Weekly, the owner and operator of the studio, had been practicing yoga for more than 12 years, it was just over 3 years ago that she experienced first-hand just how beneficial and impactful yoga can be. When her sister-in-law passed away suddenly from a brain aneurysm leaving behind her four young kids, Andrea had a hard time coping. Sleep escaped her and anxiety plagued her; she just couldn’t find peace. Then she met a yoga instructor who offered a private class for herself and her nieces. It was the first time in two whole weeks that she was able to sleep and experience any kind of peace and happiness. She knew right then and there that she had to learn more so she could help other people find the same peace and healing. Fast forward through hundreds of hours of yoga teacher training and numerous certifications later, and Agave Wellness Studio was born.




Yoga is more than a way to burn calories and become flexible. It’s a complete body and mind workout that combines breath control, simple meditation, strength training and stretching poses for ultimate health and relaxation.



Barre is a workout technique inspired by elements of ballet, yoga and pilates that focuses on low-impact, high intensity movements designed to strengthen and tone.



Pilates is a method of exercise consisting of low-impact flexibility, muscular strength and endurance movements. It emphasizes proper postural alignment, core strength, and muscle balance and control.




Do I need to have any yoga experience to attend your classes?

We believe yoga is for everyone, regardless of your experience level, so we invite you to come as you are. We’re a no-judgment group who’s just really excited about the benefits of yoga.

I’m new to yoga. What do I need to get started?

The first step to practicing yoga is just showing up and being open to the possibilities! So just bring yourself, a yoga mat, a towel, and a large water.

What if I’m not flexible?

That’s okay! Being flexible is not a requirement. We all come to yoga to increase our strength, flexibility and overall wellbeing. Make sure to listen to your body though and not force anything.

What should I wear to class?

Dress comfortably but avoid loose or baggy clothing. We suggest leggings or shorts, and a fitted shirt or tank

How often should I practice yoga?

The more regularly you practice, the more results you will see, but you certainly can benefit from just one class per week.

How do I sign up for a class?

It’s simple! Stop by the studio or browse our current classes here.

I’m out of shape. Can I still practice yoga?

Absolutely! As long as you don’t have any health issues, or your physician has authorized you to begin a workout regimen, we would love to have you join our family!

Is there an age limit to practicing yoga?

Not at all! As long as you listen to your body and respect its limitations, there is no reason to limit yourself.

What should I expect when I get to class?

  • Arrive 10 minutes early. If there is a class in session, please wait patiently.
  • Turn off your cell phone or put it on airplane mode so you can disconnect and focus on your movements during class.
  • Take off your shoes, gather any props you need and beginning preparing yourself mentally and emotionally.
  • Introduce yourself to the instructor if you’re new and let them know if you have any questions or concerns.