Twisted Yoga & Barre is a "HOT" mind body studio that offers private & group classes in Hot Power Yoga and Barre for all levels. 


Twisted is located in the Trendy Commons with Trendy Trousseau Boutique at 4040 East State Street, Hermitage, Pennsylvania. 


At Twisted Yoga & Barre LLC. our goal is to offer a variety of classes taught by highly trained and professional

instructors that are spiritually, mentally, and physically empowering and effective.  Our classes will create a clear mind and strong body. 


We offer classes 7 days a week to fit all schedules and fitness levels.


SPECIAL Valentine's Day Events 


On Thursday, February 13th  we will be holding a special Couples Barre class at 5pm and Couples Yoga class at 6:15pm. Register now!




What is a Twisted Barre Class?


Twisted Barre is a unique class designed by Jackie Stewart the Founder and Owner of Twisted Yoga & Barre LLC.  After 15 years of being in the fitness business she has fused many styles to create a empowering, effective, athletic workout specifically designed to strengthen and lengthen the body.  The class is fueled by fun, upbeat music, and efficiently flows through each muscle group, creating endurance and stamina through strength training and increased flexibility through stretching.  The movements are influenced by classical ballet barre methods, pilates, yoga, and orthopedic exercises.  The class is taught in a group setting, but offers personalized attention through verbal and hands-on corrections.  This class is appropriate for all fitness levels.  Modifications and challenges are always offered. 


What is Twisted's yoga style?


Twisted's yoga practice is inspired by the Baptiste Power Vinyasa Yoga method.  Our practice offers an energetic and integrated combination of vinyasa, pranayama, and contemporized yogic principles & philosophy designed to invite and guide students yogis into a courageous journey into their physical and personal power.  The class encourages students to take risks, exceed their own expectations, practice at their personal edge of sukha/stira, or effort and grace, and to be true to their own practice, allowing internal or external judgement to fall away.  The room is lightly heated.