We offer a wide range of weekly yoga classes. Our weekly classes are primarily vinyasa style or “flow” classes as well as recover, yin and yoga boot camp. However, please check our website for weekly workshops and special events to include pose specific workshops, breath work (pranayama), meditation, essential oil use and much more!
Intro to Yoga – A perfect place to start your yoga experience. Learn the basic fundamentals of yoga. Proper alignment, breathing and meditation will be part of each class. This class will help you develop the strength, flexibility, knowledge and confidence to take your practice further in more advanced classes. This class is appropriate for any age, body-type or fitness level.
Beginner/Basics Flow – This class will touch on yoga philosophy, breathing techniques, break down sun salutations, standing poses (asana) and basic seated poses. A great class to take to understand the basics of yoga.
Gentle Warrior Flow – This class is a balanced vinyasa class incorporating challenging active postures followed by passive restorative postures. This class will focus on breath and alignment as well as meditation and movement. You will leave feeling lighter, empowered, rejuvenated and rested.
Intermediate Flow – This class will go deeper into breathing techniques, standing poses and seated poses. It will be a similar flow to beginner flow, but at a faster pace and will offer more challenging poses. It will challenge both your strength and flexibility. We recommend either previous yoga experience or taking a beginner class before taking this class so that you understand the flow and terminology in the class.
Power Flow – This class is for those who have a consistent practice and are looking for a faster paced strength class.
Parent-N-Tot Yoga – Are you too busy chasing your toddler to make time for yoga class? Not anymore! Come stretch, strengthen, relax and gain tips for how you can bring some yoga into your daily life as a parent. Bring your little one for this playful class that will give you a chance to sneak in some yoga, bonding time with your toddler, and meeting other parents.
Younster Yoga (ages 5-8)-As this is a very playful age, the class focuses on games, imagination, stories, and simple practices to introduce all benefits of yoga. The poses are taught in a way to spark children’s creativity in a safe noncompetitive environment. Each class will end with a short breathing and relaxation to teach mindfulness and reduce stress.
Intermediate Flow/Core Connection
This class is very much still a strong flow and similar to Intermediate Flow in postures but transitions from pose to pose a bit slower and has a strong emphasis on the core. As well, there is an extended seated series and longer savasana. This class is a great way end to your day and begin your evening.
Hot Flow – this class is for those looking for an intermediate/power class with heat! Hot yoga allows you to go a little more deeply and safer into postures, as the heat helps warm up the muscles. This class will give you a great cardiovascular workout while increasing your strength, flexibility and mental concentration. You will leave feeling relaxed and detoxed!
Lunchtime Quickie – Got 60 minutes?! Lunchtime Quickie is a great combination of internal heat building through a faster flow that leads into longer strengthening holds. This class brings you safely into deeper opening and lengthening before healing with breath in savasana and sending you on your way! Get ready to embrace the second half of your day with mind and body in alignment!
All Levels Flow – This is a fast paced vinyasa flow class, that is accessible for all levels. For beginners, the instructor will provide modifications and adjustments – for the more advanced students looking to challenge their practice, you will have ample opportunity to do so experimenting with inversions, arm and standing balances. Expect to play, sweat, increase your heart rate and have fun while challenging and connecting your mind to your body.
Yin Yoga – This class is based on the Taoist concept of yin and yang, opposite and complementary principles in nature. Yin is the stable, unmoving, hidden aspect of things; yang is the changing, moving, revealing aspect. In the body, the relatively stiff connective tissues (tendons, ligaments, fascia) are yin, while the more mobile and pliable muscles and blood are yang. A Yin Yoga class usually consists of a series of long-held, passive floor poses that mainly work the lower part of the body—the hips, pelvis, inner thighs, lower spine. These areas are especially rich in connective tissues. The poses are held for up to five minutes, sometimes longer. This class is great addition to your dynamic flow practice, cross fit, running and biking just to name a few.
Mindful Yoga – This class blends movement with awareness bringing attention to alignment and breath. Each class will offer meditation, deep yin poses and a gentle flow. The ability to combine awareness practice with a physical practice not only deepens your yoga practice, but provides an opportunity to extend that practice to your daily life.
Yoga Boot Camp – This class is your one-stop shop. Yoga Boot Camp is your high-octane hybrid that firms, burns, balances and stretches like nothing else. Starting off this session with a few sun salutations to limber up, then get to cranking! Doing one-minute intervals of sliding, pulling or pushing exercises along with some static but dynamic stretching in between. Rotating through these exercises three or four times to then cool down with some more passive stretches bringing you back full circle. This class is sure to make you feel challenged and accomplished for the day!
Yoga for Athletes and young Athletes – This class is for all levels – those brand new to yoga and those who have a consistent practice. We focus on stretching all muscle groups as well as holding poses to build strength. This is a great class post workout or on your off days.
Yoga for Mobility/Recovery Yoga – Come stretch, recover, lengthen hard working muscles and fascia through restorative yoga. Props and breath work are used as tools to move deeper and heal beyond the incredible physiological health benefits, restoratives create the opportunity to see where you hold habitual tension. Perfect for athletes, those new to yoga and experienced practitioners.