Located in the heart (and close to the top) of the Creamery District, Tosha was created to be a sacred space for bringing community together.

We hope Tosha feels like a refuge from the world of distraction and consumerism.

We are devoted to helping you thrive by keeping the studio as clean and simple as possible. We aim to keep the space clear of commerce, screens, and toxicity. To that aim we are a cash or check only business, we clean the space using only pure essential oils and natural, homemade products and we burn beeswax and other non-petroleum candles. Additionally, we don't use pesticides- so please accept that we share this sweet earth with creatures like ants, spiders, and crickets- which may find their way onto your mat occasionally.

We support local florists growing flowers that don’t destroy the earth and local potters make most of the teacups we use for serving tea. We make all our own tea blends with organic herbs that we either grow, wild craft, or buy from reputable sources.

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Suzanne Dunning created Tosha Yoga with the aim of creating a space where the complete beginner feels at home, and where the seasoned practitioner is challenged to bloom brighter.

Tosha is a living breathing entity that is brought to life by all the amazing teachers, students, and community members who support it. Thank you



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And if you're interested in a little historical context about the Creamery Building:   The building was built in 1918. It produced 1,500 pounds per day of Golden State Swiss Cheese, which sold in places as far away as New York State. The building continued as a creamery until the late 1950’s. After that time, it was used for the Arcata Roller Rink for about 14 years before being abandoned. The building was scheduled to be torn down when Brian and Lisa Finigan bought it in the 60's. The Finigans have gradually renovated it over the past few decades and created the thriving hub of creativity that it is today.

And if you're interested in a little historical context about the Creamery Building:

The building was built in 1918. It produced 1,500 pounds per day of Golden State Swiss Cheese, which sold in places as far away as New York State. The building continued as a creamery until the late 1950’s. After that time, it was used for the Arcata Roller Rink for about 14 years before being abandoned. The building was scheduled to be torn down when Brian and Lisa Finigan bought it in the 60's. The Finigans have gradually renovated it over the past few decades and created the thriving hub of creativity that it is today.