About Inner Spring Yoga

Inner Spring Yoga is located in downtown Jeffersonville, Indiana in the historic Le Rose Theater building. We are conveniently located just minutes from downtown Louisville, with ample off street, hassle free parking.

Our aim is to provide a secular, approachable approach to yoga. At Inner Spring Yoga we believe that yoga is for everyone and design classes that are appropriate for all levels. We strive to offer an exceptional experience to everyone who walks through our doors.

Inner Spring Yoga is owned and operated by Rob and Carrie Klaus. Carrie is a lifelong resident of Southern Indiana, and her husband Rob has been working in downtown Jeffersonville for over 13 years. They are excited for the opportunity to share the life changing practices of yoga with the Southern Indiana community.


Carrie Klaus E-RYT, Owner/Director


You'll find Carrie's class to be a mix of serious yoga focus and light-hearted fun. Each class is different, covering a wide variety of yoga postures and yoga styles. Carrie believes that every body is different and will help you find your most comfortable pose through various modifications. She will encourage you to make your practice your own and have fun!

Carrie began her yoga practice in 2003 after the birth of her first daughter. She started yoga as a way to get her body in shape after pregnancy, but quickly realized that yoga had so much more to offer. While continuing her physical practice she began to deepen her knowledge of yoga. As a result of experiencing greater peace in her life, Carrie decided to begin sharing her love of yoga with others. She enrolled in teacher training and has been sharing her love of yoga ever since.

Carrie completed her 200 hour teacher training at Eternal Health Yoga under the guidance of Shelli Carpenter. In addition to holding a 200 hour certificate and being registered with Yoga Alliance, Carrie also holds a teacher training certificate in Yin Yoga Practice and Theory which she received under the guidance of Paul Grilley. Carrie continues to learn new information to share with her classes by participating in workshops and trainings.

Carrie is a lifelong resident of Southern Indiana, where she lives with her husband, 2 daughters and 3 cats. When Carrie isn't teaching yoga she's busy homeschooling her daughters and watching them compete in swimming and gymnastics.


Anne Darku


Anne began practicing yoga almost accidentally through her training in theatre not realizing that the warm-ups and cool downs were sun salutations and other asanas. Once she moved into a regular practice, she savored how it freshened her mind, created a sense of strength from the inside out and even seemed to make her walk taller. In 2009 she was inspired to pursue teacher training in Nashville, TN where she completed her 200 Hour Certification. Anne believes yoga truly is for everyone, all bodies, anytime.


Laura DeMent


Laura was first introduced to yoga in 2002. At first, she enjoyed yoga as a form of exercise that did not bother her knees. As she continued her practice, yoga became a way to live her life in a balanced and healthy way. In 2005, Laura was asked to sub a yoga class and realized she would enjoy teaching. That fall she enrolled in OM yoga's Weekend Warrior teacher training in Indianapolis and graduated in 2006. Laura's teaching is inspired by her teachers, Seane Corn, Chris Crews, Frank Mauro, Ramanand Patel and Laura Spaulding. Her classes focus on alignment, breath, flow and the use of props to make the asanas (postures) accessible to all students.


Cindy Whalen, RYT


Cindy began practicing yoga in 2010. She soon found that it brought her peace, joy, and better health. She enrolled in a teacher training program to strengthen her personal yoga practice and to develop the skills needed to share yoga with others.

In August of 2012 she earned her 200-hour Yoga Teacher Training Certification at Eternal Health Yoga school and is registered with Yoga Alliance.

Cindy's yoga classes are light-hearted and compassionate. Her intention is that your yoga practice is allowing you to connect to your best self and feel good in the body that you inhabit.

"I want people to feel safe and self-empowered in their yoga practice," she says.

Cindy has enjoyed a beautiful background in classical dance, therefore health and movement have long been important to her. She recognizes the power of yoga to simultaneously relax, recharge, build strength, create flexibility, and instill respect for one's body.

Cindy and her husband love spending time with their son, daughter-in-law, and two amazing grandchildren. She's grateful for the opportunity to practice yoga with you.

Cindy also offers GENTLE YOGA for Breast Cancer Patients and Survivors. Classes are held at Inner Spring Yoga. For more information about these classes please contact Cindy by phone: 502-544-0273 or by email: mindfulspirit13@yahoo.com


Lydia Lagenour


Lydia proudly hails from the glittering hills of Jasper, Indiana. While attending Indiana University in Bloomington, yoga found Lydia & swept her away. The young yogini moved to Louisville after graduation & fell in love with the heart-centered approach of Anusara yoga. Lydia attended Obris Yoga Teacher Training in 2012, successfully completing 300-Yoga Alliance hours of intensive study in Precision Alignment Yoga. This sweet gal is continuing her education as a student of Tandava Yoga with founder, Laura Patterson. Tandava is defined as alignment dancing with the heart.

Lydia has found self-love, inner brightness, & hope while on the mat. She is passionate to help others embrace their truest self through graceful breath, flowing asana, & heart-centered meditation.