Classes are listed from the most gentle and therapeutic to the most athletic.
Restorative Yoga – In this therapeutic style of yoga, passive yoga poses are held a little longer. Most poses are done on the ground and props are typically used to support relaxation. This style of yoga a great way to destress and unwind.
Restorative Candlelight Yoga – A relaxing yoga class with mood lighting. Move through restorative yoga poses, practice some breath work and prepare your body and mind for a restful night.
Yin Yoga – A simple yet sometimes intense style of yoga, the poses are held longer to target the deeper tissues of the body. Most poses are done on the floor with the support of blankets and pillow. The slower pace of Yin allow the body to open and the mind to quiet.
Gentle Blend – Bring some yo-gahhhhhh into your life with this gentle class. We’ll begin with some quiet mindfulness/meditation to create space for your week. Asanas (poses) will vary with some traditional basic and slow-moving sequences, some yin, and some restorative. But all of it will be “easy like a Sunday morning.”
Gentle Yoga – In this therapeutic yoga class, instructors will guide students gently and slowly through basic yoga poses. Props and breathing techniques are used to help each student adapt to the poses. A gentle yoga class might help improve mobility, help reduce pain and alleviate stress.
Healthy Back Yoga – This yoga class will help the student learn ways to bring more strength and flexibility throughout the length of your spine. Build core strength to support the lower back. Release stress and tension from the mid and upper back.
Beginner Yoga – In this class you will learn proper alignment and techniques of the yoga poses. This yoga class is great for those who are new to yoga or anyone who wants to deepen their understanding of the poses.
Yoga with Meditation – This class encourages improvement of mind with the body. Basic meditation, breath and relaxation techniques are sprinkled through this basic level yoga class. Great for anyone interested in stress management and relaxation
Basic – In this class, students are guided through basic yoga poses. Breath, alignment and yoga fundamentals are the focus. This is a great place to start a yoga practice or to fine tune your yoga fundamentals.
Basic Core Yoga – This is a basic yoga class that focuses on building strength in your fundamental core muscles. In this class you will move through basic yoga poses that emphasize building a strong core. The poses will be adapted to accommodate all levels of experience.
Community Yoga – This is a basic yoga class that benefits the community. The class is donation based. Give as much or a little has you can. 100% of donations will go to charity. Do something good for yourself and your community!
Kundalini – This style of yoga combines physical exercises, breathing techniques, meditation and mantra. It is known as the yoga of awareness delivering an experience of your highest consciousness. Kundalini yoga unleashes the unlimited creative potential that exists within us all. Each class will be different varying in themes and intentions.
Mixed Basic – This is the next step up from the basic class. More variations of the basic poses may be introduced. Students are encouraged to build strength, stamina, and flexibility.
Slow Flow – In this slower, gentler vinyasa practice, students will move through yoga postures linking their breath and movement. The slower pace is great for students new to vinyasa and anyone looking to build strength, balance and flexibility.
Hot Yoga – Be prepared to sweat in this yoga class. We crank up the heat to about 85 degrees. This helps loosen your muscles and release toxins. Create strength and flexibility as you move through this heated flow style class.
Core Vinyasa – This class incorporates traditional vinyasa movements with an emphasis on the core. It will help strengthen your core in a fun and innovative vinyasa flow.
Throwback Vinyasa – In this vinyasa class students will move through a series of poses connecting their breath and movement. This is an athletic style of yoga set to fun throwback music. We might throw it way back or only a few years back. Come ready move and have fun to some cool throwback music.
Rock’n Vinyasa – In this vinyasa class students will move through a series of poses connecting their breath and movement. This is an athletic style of yoga set to rock and roll. Be ready to breath, sweat and grove.
• Please Arrive On Time –To ensure that we are providing a safe and distraction free environment the studio doors are lock at the start of each class. Remember to allow yourself a little time to check in at the front desk, take off your shoes and turn off your cell phone before entering the studio floor.
• Register Online – To save yourself some time you can register, pay and track all your classes online.
• Empty Stomach – It is best to practice on a “light” stomach. Try to eat only a small meal a few hours before your yoga practice if possible.
• Bare Feet – Yoga done in bare feet is preferred. This helps your feet stay grounded during your practice.
• Listen To Your Body – Everyone’s practice is different and everyday your practice changes. Please listen to the signals your body is sending. Take breaks when you need them – Child’s pose is a great resting place. If a pose is not working for your body please make adjustments. The instructors are here to help with many variations for each pose.