Yoga Classes

Join us to begin a peaceful practice with mindfulness, yoga and meditation.

Our Classes

Private & Group Class Offerings

Private Yoga & Neurodiverse Yoga Classes
Hands on Adjustment &  Instruction

Customized in-person therapeutic yoga. Individuals will receive a consultation and a check-in prior to the practice outlining an individual’s goals. We will tailor a one-on-one class to achieve your objectives. An individual has the option to request numerous one-on-one sessions if that will help them in preparing to continue the practice at home or to continue a supported one-on-one practice long term. KaleidoscopeME introduces participants to a practice of building a conscious relationship to self through mindfulness, meditation, breathing exercises, and movement through full-length classes tailored to meet individual needs.

Virtual classes are also available.

Instructors Liza & Kaylin have a combined 20 year experience working with and serving the neurodiverse community.


Classes available between 6 AM and 9 PM


716 University Avenue
Rochester, NY 14607

Classes also available at home, office, or special event location


In person or virtually: $150 per session
(At home locations subject to travel costs)

Classes can be covered by your self-direction Medicaid or insurance provider. Please check with your provider. 

Cancellation Policy

Individuals may cancel a class up to 24 hours before the class begins and request to receive a full refund. If cancellation is made day of, the student will receive a credit to reschedule at a later date. Credit must be used within 30 days.

This link will redirect you to our partner,  NuMovement’s,  website to sign up.

The Morning Practice

The Morning Practice

Monday – Wednesday – Friday 5:30am – 6:30am EST

Start the Day off Right with the Morning Practice with Liza Savage-Katz!

The Morning Practice consists of yoga, meditation, and writing and is open to everyone who has a desire to improve their life. By creating an early morning routine of yoga, meditation, and creative writing, participants are enabled to create a clear and conscious beginning to each day, thus setting themselves up for success.

The 60-minute practice is divided into an approximately 40-minute yoga practice based on the Astanga primary series, followed by a 10-minute meditation and a 10 minute “morning pages” writing exercise. Morning pages is an exercise of writing 3 pages of longhand on whatever you need or want to get out on paper. It can be a to-do list, a brain dump of the clutter taking up space in your head, or that book that you have been wanting to write for years and is eating away at you. In a year of 10 minutes of daily writing, you will have that book!

Yoga, the oldest science for self-improvement known to humankind optimizes our health, bringing the body, mind, breath, and spirit into balance for inner sustainability.

Please register by 8pm the evening before the class you wish to attend. You will receive an email with the Zoom link no later than 1 hour prior to the start of class. Never attended via Zoom before? Click HERE for detailed instructions on how to attend virtually!


$20 single class

Monday – Wednesday – Friday
5:30am – 6:30am
With Liza

This link will redirect you to our partner,  NuMovement’s,  website to sign up.

Yin Yoga

SATURDAYS 1:15pm – 2:15pm

Come join our inclusive yin yoga practice! All are welcome and no prior yoga experience is required. Please come prepared for a safe and welcoming environment with a yoga mat, blanket, and water.

This is a class about showing up for whatever life has in store! It’s Yin Yoga your way!

What is Yin Yoga, and why do it? Yin yoga is a style of yoga that aims to increase mobility and flexibility by targeting the deepest tissues in our body; namely, the joints, ligaments and layers of fascia that are embedded throughout. This is accomplished through long held, static poses, typically done seated or lying down. Often, people will describe Yin Yoga as deep stretching.

The Yin practice is a wonderful compliment to more vigorous yoga practices or activities such as running, cycling, and hiking. The practice is suitable and encouraged for all levels of practitioners.

Class is available in-person and via Zoom

Saturdays 1:00pm – 2:15pm
With Liza

This link will redirect you to our partner,  NuMovement’s,  website to sign up.

Vinyasa Yoga

Sundays 11am – 12pm

The practice is designed for the athlete at heart. Yoga, the oldest science for self-improvement known to humankind, can optimize any athletic workout to bring the body, mind, breath, and spirit into balance. This practice is open to everyone who has a desire to improve their life. By creating a routine of yoga & meditation, participants are enabled to create a clear and conscious day, thus setting themselves up for success.

This class is inspired by the Ashtanga Yoga’s primary series. This dynamic method of yoga involves synchronizing the breath with a progressive series of postures. Synchronizing breathing and movement in the asanas (postures) heats the blood, cleaning and thinning it so that it may circulate more freely. Improved blood circulation relieves joint pain and removes toxins and disease from the internal organs. Through the use of vinyasa, the body becomes healthy, light and strong (“Ashtanga Yoga”). The result is improved circulation, a light and strong body, and a calm mind. The regular sequence will allow the student to witness marked results with this practice. The satisfaction of the seeing the once impossible become possible is truly wonderful to experience and witness.

Class is available in-person and via Zoom

Sundays 11:00am – 12:00pm
With Liza

This link will redirect you to our partner,  NuMovement’s,  website to sign up.

People doing yoga with goats

Goat Yoga

Saturdays 9am – 10am

Join us for morning yoga with our little goats! Start your day with Sun Salutations and snuggles. We are a working farm, so we have dirt, machinery, and our babes are real goats with horns and hooves, so be careful! Bring a yoga mat and clothes that you don’t mind getting hoof prints on. Guest appearances with bunnies, kittens, and other loving farm animals.

Liza leads a yoga class, as usual, except in an enclosed space in the studio barn or outdoor area (weather permitting) that is shared with playful little dwarf goats—which all have free reign to participate in the class however they see fit!

It is therapeutic to spend some time on a beautiful farm, in the open air, with amazing little creatures, away from the stresses of everyday life. All ages welcome (2 to 92+). Anyone under the age of 14 must have an adult present. Parents/ guardians that participate must pay for the class.

Class is available in-person and via Zoom

Saturdays 9:00am – 10:00am
With Liza

This link will redirect you to our partner,  NuMovement’s,  website to sign up.

Body Love yoga photo

 Body Love Yoga

Body Love Yoga is about falling in love with your physical form. To honor and praise it. To find a deep appreciation for it.
You can be at any stage of a relationship with yourself to come to class. You may know you are a divine being gracing this earth with your presence, or you may be experiencing guilt or shame about the skin you’re in. Either way, this class will help you remove the blocks keeping you from loving your body and support you on your journey of body love.
I will guide you though calming breathwork, meditation, and poses that will aid you on the journey of self love. This class is a gentle space, but will give you the option to build some heat.

Are you a caregiver for an individual who has OWPDD self-direction services? KaleidoscopeME provides neurodiverse private and group yoga classes for all ages. We have 20 years of combined experience serving the neurodiverse community! If you are interested in learning more, please check with your FI agency to ensure the class can be covered through your budget.–


Wednesdays 6:15pm – 7:15pm
With Kaylin

Liza Savage-Katz

Liza (pronounced Leeza) Savage-Katz is the founder of a small productions company, Savage-Katz Productions, LLC, that creates conscious and entertaining educational content.
Ms. Savage-Katz grew up in Rochester, New York and graduated from R.I.T receiving a BFA in illustration and design and a graduate degree from SOIS in Venture Creation, Film and Animation, and Curriculum Development. After finishing her BFA, Liza worked as an Art Director in Rochester. and then moved to London to work as a Senior Art Director. After working in advertising for many years, Liza took a year to travel around the world to study yoga and other modalities of healing and well being. In 2003, Ms. Savage-Katz moved to Los Angeles where she worked on several entrepreneurial endeavors in the field of health and fitness working and teaching with start-ups such as YAS Fitness Centers, NAAM Yoga, and The MUSE School. Her students have ranged in age from 2 to 92 (literally). She has worked with professional athletes as well as children and adults with special needs and those recovering from addiction. Liza transforms bodies and lifestyles using her dynamic expertise as well as her infectious, motivational personality. Ms. Savage-Katz’s intention is to support everyone that enters her life to realize their best selves.


Monday – Wednesday – Friday
5:30am – 6:30am
With Liza

Kaylin McCarthy


Kaylin McCarthy is a social therapist who spent nine years living and working with adults with special and neuro-diverse needs. During those years, she supported individuals in navigating the complexities of daily life, offering emotional support, vocational guidance, stress management skills, upkeep with family relations, meditation, breathwork, and adaptable yoga.

Kaylin is a certified Kripalu yoga teacher through the Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health. Kripalu believes that yoga should be an accessible practice that inspires connection, compassion, joy, and that through yoga, one can meet their full potential.

Kaylin received an Udmey certified Kids Yoga Teacher Training, which has allowed her to bring the practice of mindfulness, meditation, and movement to children, through both one on one sessions and larger group classes. Teaching children has included a focus on family classes, teaching concepts to numerous age groups, and modeling how one can bring a mindfulness practice into home life.

Kaylin has also received her HANDLE Practitioner training for both levels one and two, from the HANDLE Institute. The HANDLE Institute approach utilizes listening, observation, and reviewing without force or judgment to encourage the integration and care of neurological systems that are causing learning or life difficulties.

Most recently Kaylin has received three accredited life coaching certificates, back by the CPD group. These are in Life Coaching, Holistic Health Coaching, and Wellness coaching.

Photo of Brent Shaub

Brent Shaub


Born with a profound, high-frequency hearing loss, Brent is no stranger to adaptive communication and advocacy. Brent is currently a Master’s student at RIT, where he is creating Feldenkrais Awareness Through Movement in visual form. The Feldenkrais Method uses refined, gentle touch to facilitate learning movement coordination.

Surviving a car collision that left him nearly unable to walk with fractures to his pelvis, ribs and neck, Brent found great relief over twenty years from lifestyle and attitude changes trending towards patient and gentle: Himalayan Hatha Yoga, mindfulness meditation, self-massage trigger-point release and Feldenkrais (which he first heard about at Kripalu Yoga Center in 2004).

Brent became a dual-citizen Australian (2018) and a health service provider of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (2017) after completing a Certificate III in Micro Business Operations (2016) to start Embody Wisdom Today. Brent ran a private practice for two years (2016-7) before moving to a trauma retreat centre for adults of childhood abuse. Skilled in handling the neuro-diverse, Brent’s clients include adults and children with Cerebral Palsy, deafness, EDS, chronic pelvic pain, autism and Down Syndrome.

Brent’s primary interests lie in cross-educating, speaking curiosity, asking questions and finding ways to self-guide towards wholeness. He is a devout bowler and taught himself how to be ambidextrous at bowling, batting, throwing darts and shooting pool. Brent has interest in ASL and Auslan.