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2816 Erwin Rd. Suite 203
Durham, NC 27705

(919) 381-6419

Welcome to Blue Point Yoga Center!

Blue Point Yoga Center is located in Durham, NC, right across the street from Duke's West Campus on Erwin & LaSalle. We run classes seven days a week, with styles and times convenient for everyone! Check out our class schedule here.

Get your first class FREE!
Come into the studio to take advantage of this offer and also receive 25% OFF any package you purchase that same day!



Events and news

Yoga for Insomnia

Sunday, October 26, 6pm - 8:30pm

The inability to fall asleep or stay asleep is a common complaint in our society. It is estimated that a majority of people will experience insomnia at some point in their lives. Yoga has a number of tools that can help you fall asleep more easily and stay asleep through the night. During this workshop, we will practice some deep stretching, restorative, breathing and mindfulness exercises designed to be practiced just before bedtime. All levels welcome. $25 per person   

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Healthy Feet for a Happy Back

Sunday, November 9, 10am - 12:30pm

Our feet do an amazing job for us every day, carrying us around on this earth. When we neglect the health of our feet, it impacts every system in the body. Learn how to care for your feet through yoga and promote habits that will keep you pain free for decades. This workshop includes a brief lecture on the foot, the relationship between feet and back health. We will also practice physical and meditative techniques to promote strength and mobility in the feet, ankles and legs. This workshop is appropriate for all levels of students. It would also be of use to yoga teachers and other movement specialists who wish to help heal their students.

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Justice in the Yoga Classroom: A Training on Diversity, Privilege and Inclusivity with Yashna Maya Padamsee

Saturday, November 22, 1:30pm - 6:30pm

In this powerful and much needed workshop, we will address how injustice insidiously enters yoga studios, retreats and trainings and how as teachers and practitioners, we can unknowingly perpetuate the oppression of our society in ways that include: racism, homophobia, misogyny, transphobia, ableism, ageism.

In this supportive and judgment-free environment, we will take a look at ourselves and what brings us to this work, and reflect on what our life experiences allows us not to see, in the world and in our yoga classes. We will learn some techniques and strategies to create just classrooms, but also hold space for the pain and resilience that we each bring into the room, from the legacy of our lives in this country that is sewn with privilege and oppression. You will leave, empowered with the tools of mindfulness and awareness to see oppression, power, and privilege and through our commitment to love, class by class, to change the world to be one of justice and unconditional embrace.

Sign up here for the early bird price of $75 before Nov 8

Slow Flow and Yin

Friday, November 21, 5:30pm - 7pm

End your week with this slow and meditative class. Regular class rates apply.

Upcoming dates:

Friday, 12/26/2014 5:30-7pm

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Yin Yoga Workshop with Sara

Saturday, December 20 3:30pm - 6pm

Peel away the layers created by unbalanced habits of over-doing, over-efforting and over-achieving through Yin Yoga. Yin Yoga emphasizes the connective tissues through a relaxed practice of long, passive holds in specific postures. These asanas gently stretch and rehabilitate the connective tissues that form our joints, allowing us to maintain and restore joint flexibility. Not only does this bring balance to our more active yoga practice, but it also allows us space to drop the outward going activity of the mind-body and experience ourselves as we are in this moment, without an agenda. By creating space for softening both our physical body and our mental state, we move inward to examine how our daily habits are reflected in our lives and allow energy to be redirected in a more harmonious way. We can then strengthen our ability to widen our sphere of what sensations and feelings we believe are "acceptable" in both ourselves and others, which creates a calmer abidance in the face of internal and external stress.

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Therapeutic Yoga for the Lower Back

March 14-15, 2015

Up to 80% of people experience back pain at some point in their lives. Fortunately, yoga has the tools to help. Join Dr. Sara Doyle in learning about the anatomy of the back, how our lifestyle contributes to back pain, and how to use yoga to alleviate discomfort. 

This workshop is appropriate for students of all levels - those who are currently experiencing back pain, as well as yoga teachers, massage therapists, and movement specialists who wish to help others in their journey of healing. 

12 CEUs available



9am - 12pm

1pm - 5pm


9am - 12pm

1pm - 3pm

$195/$175 if you register by February 1, 2015

Prenatal Yoga Teacher Training

Feb-May, 2015

We are excited to offer a unique opportunity to earn a prenatal teaching certificate with an 85-hour training following Yoga Alliance guidelines. This training is appropriate for yoga teachers and other professionals who work with pregnant women.

Join Andrea Dixon and Sara Doyle for an info session on Thursday, November 20 at 7pm.

Click here for more information!