Class Descriptions

Gentle Yoga – Includes flowing movement, breathing techniques, balance, and light strengthening. This class is designed to gently open the body, relieve stress, and deepen the mind/body connection. Focus is on honoring our bodies with the use of props and modifications to accommodate individual practices. A great class option for beginners and individuals that enjoy a relaxed pace. (Beginner/Open Level)

Align & Flow – A bit of alignment and a bit of flow. We move and breathe, pause and feel, observe and adjust. Class is designed around the alignment principles of a specific pose or groups of poses that are meant to educate the body and mind in a meaningful way. Appropriate for all levels of practice. Modifications and variations are offered to make it accessible. (Beginner/Open Level)

Essential Flow – Integrating movement and breath, this class is for everybody – beginner to regular practitioner. Includes twists, backbends, and approachable inversions. Be prepared to explore both beginning and intermediate postures. Modifications are given allowing you to choose the level of practice according to your needs. (Open Level)

Yin Yoga – Yin yoga is a quiet, meditative practice with long, deep holding of passive poses. Using mindful muscle relaxation, yin postures target the connective tissue nourishing joints, ligaments, and fascia promoting the healthy flow of chi (energy). 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. (Open Level)

Yang Yoga – This class is a dynamic vinyasa flow that will challenge endurance and strength with longer held postures. Expect intermediate movement and poses, with modifications offered to meet you where you’re at. This active Yang style class will be complemented with the practice of Pranayama and Meditation to fully restore the mind and body. This class is open to everyone, although we recommend 6 months prior yoga experience before joining. (Open Level/Intermediate)

Restorative Yoga – A slow-paced class that focuses relaxation of the body, mind and spirit. Restorative Yoga incorporates the use of props, and postures held for longer periods of time, to initiate deep relaxation. It is a practice that is all about slowing down and opening your body through passive stretching, perhaps just a few postures in the course of class. (Open Level)

Root to Rise– Start your day off right with an hour long early morning yoga class. Plenty of sun salutations to awaken your body and get your blood flowing, along with the time to center yourself and mentally prepare for the day. (Open Level)

Meditation – Cultivating mindfulness through meditation can help improve our overall wellbeing and physical and mental health. Shifting our thoughts away from our usual preoccupations, meditation opens the door to an appreciation of the moment and a larger perspective on life. We are then able to achieve a greater sense of awareness, wisdom, introspection, and a deeper sense of relaxation. Your instructor will lead you through a 30 minute guided meditation. (Open Level)

Candlelight Flow – Unwind from the week and reconnect with your breath and body during a gentle vinyasa flow in a calming candlelight setting. This class is perfect for clearing out clutter in our minds and tension in our bodies. (Open Level)

Happy Feet Yoga – Happy Feet Yoga brings families together to practice yoga and learn how to co-regulate our bodies, minds, and emotions. Happy Feet welcomes parents and kiddos ages 4-9 years old. Bonus: kids are free! (Open Level)

Kundalini – Kundalini is a type of yoga that uses breathwork, meditation, a set of yoga postures (or kriyas), mantras, and mudras (hand gestures) to awaken and activate the kundalini energy within us. Kundalini yoga also strengthens our nervous system, balances our endocrine system, purifies our bodies, and stabilizes our emotions. (Open Level)

Yoga Sculpt – Yoga Sculpt is a more intense yoga class suited for all levels of practitioners. Combining traditional yoga asana postures with strength training through lightweight dumbbells and resistance bands, Yoga Sculpt is a low impact, total body (and mind!) practice designed to strengthen and uplift. All props provided in-studio. (Open Level)

Chair Yoga – Chair Yoga is an accessible and supportive way for folks with mobility concerns, including some neurological, hip, knee, ankle, or other injuries, or jobs or other life roles that require sitting for long periods of time to begin or continue their yoga practice. All yoga poses or shapes are done while sitting on a chair or using a chair as a prop, sometimes along with bolsters, blocks, and/or blankets. (Open Level)