Vinyasa Flow Yoga is a series of postures connecting breath and movement in a dance-like rhythm. This is an energetic practice promoting strength, endurance and suppleness. Be prepared to work your edge as you enjoy a fun flowing practice. Each class is different from the last, aiming to keep things fun and interesting. Students will enjoy an eclectic playlist consisting of anything from The Rolling Stones to Krishna Das and sometimes no music, depending on the day and energy of the class. The studio space will be warm and comfortable. All levels welcome!
Power Vinyasa Flow
This energetic class is practiced in a room heated to around 80 degrees. Through the connection of breath an movement, you will elongate the muscles, build strength and work balance. Enjoy fun tunes, variations of core work and push-ups combined with traditional yoga poses. You will sweat and leave feeling refreshed and invigorated. Modifications and rest breaks are offered. Some yoga experience is recommended for this class.
Beginner Vinyasa Flow
Beginner Vinyasa Flow is a great class for anyone who has never stepped onto a yoga mat before. This class will introduce you to the beginning stages of Yoga including Ujjayi Breathing, the Sun Salutation, and a few basic beginner poses. Class closes with a final rest and meditation. A special added feature of this class is live music during your meditation time, helping you to leave feeling balanced and centered!
Restorative Slow Flow
Relax, renew and revive yourself in our Restorative Slow Flow classes. This class is a multi-level mix of slow-flow movement followed by soothing restorative postures, breath work (pranayama) and mindfulness. This practice is designed to restore the nervous system and help release deeply held tensions from the body and mind. It is conscious relaxation and makes use of props to create positions of ease and comfort that facilitate relaxation and health. Bolsters, blankets, eye pillows and sandbags are used to support and benefit students during class.
1/2 Primary Series
This led class follows "most" of the Primary series in Ashtanga Yoga up to Navasana and includes select finishing poses in order to keep the class within a 60 minute time frame. Students will practice a specific sequence of poses designed to stretch, strengthen and detoxify the body. Some simple hands on adjustments will be offered, and modifications will be shown as necessary. Appropriate for all levels.
Yin Yoga is a slow and meditative practice that allows the student to cultivate Yin qualities such
as compassion, introspection, patience, sensitivity, stillness, and surrender. Yin yoga asks ups
to explore and expand our comfort zones, physically, mentally, and emotionally. Physically,
Yin Yoga gently stresses and stimulates the various connective tissues and fascia in the body. A
regular yin yoga practice offers us the opportunity to decelerate our movement and thoughts,
and focus deeply on the inner workings of the body, and, at times, what comes up for us
emotionally as we linger longer in poses.
Yin yoga is not intended to be practiced exclusively, but rather as a companion to a more
vigorous yang practice. This practice helps to balance that yang energy and strength with slow-
paced, quiet introspection. Although it is slow-paced, Yin yoga is not equivalent to Restorative
yoga. We will hold and experience each pose for several minutes, but the intention is to
challenge the body and mind by staying in poses that stretch and nourish the connective tissue
for a little longer than may be comfortable. We will make use of props and alternatives to
adapt each pose to each body. Although every yin yoga pose has an adaptation or alternative
that is accessible to everyone, these poses are intended to be challenging. However, this is still
yoga, and a true restful savasana awaits at the end of every practice!
Hatha yoga classes are designed to give you time to slow down and practice the tools of yoga. A session includes meditation, pranayama (breathing exercise) and asana (poses) which will empower you to thrive off the mat. In Hatha yoga, you’ll build an awareness of body and mind, connecting both aspects of yourself for an enriched well-being. Each class has its own intention and theme to explore, so that you can cultivate the many benefits of yoga in your practice and in your life. All Hatha classes are beginner friendly, all levels welcome.
In this series, we will explore your seven major chakras that are central to the energetic system within your body. Learn how these special energy junctions affect the bodily, emotional, mental and spiritual aspects of your life. We will move through asana that allow for greater openness and self-discovery within the realm of each chakra. Prepare for a fun, exciting and invigorating practice!
Kids Yoga for 3-9 year olds incorporates a mixture of yoga basics in a fun and engaging way for their energetic minds! Activities are structured accordingly for each age group to ensure their safety for particular poses and games. Parental or guardian supervision required for these classes.
Yoga Wheel Class
Learn and explore the many benefits of the Yoga Wheel in this guided class. We will learn how to safely backbend, increase flexibility, breathe deeply in the postures, increase blood flow, and learn how to use the wheel to deepen your practice. A traditional Vinyasa flow style will be incorporated. This class is for all levels. Maximum of 10 wheels available or Bring Your Own Wheel. Early registration recommended.