Class Descriptions

We offer classes a variety of styles and modalities for every level of student. Drop-ins welcomed. Each class is lead by one of our spectacular teachers.


Vinyasa Yoga

Vinyasa: meaning ‘flow’, merging movement with the breath.  Classes focus on the breath and each pose is easily connected to the next.  Students are instructed through a sequence of yoga postures to cultivate balance, flexibility, strength and endurance as the breath flows in and out and becoming more aware of the relationship between your mind and body.


Vinyasa Level 1

Teaches the fundamentals of Vinyasa Yoga to improve muscle strength, joint mobility and balance. Special emphasis is placed on moving into and out of postures safely, correct alignment, using the breath while centering your thoughts to find peace and inner stillness. 

Vinyasa Level 2

A strong foundation of postural alignment, skillful breathing using a variety of postures to cultivate balance, flexibility, strength ,endurance and understanding of how to modify poses to fit individual needs. This class will teach you to tap into inner strength, and challenge the practitioner.

Vinyasa Level 1&2

Modifications of poses will be suggested for the beginner student and more advanced students will be encouraged to deepen their practice by trying different variations of postures.  Designed for students who are seeking a well balanced array of poses with variations that are suitable for all levels, with fun challenges along the way. Including inversions, back bends and more!


Gentle Mindful Yoga

This class support students who enjoy the benefits of mindful relaxation or benefits from a gentler practice, is new to yoga or who may have physical limitations. Each class includes exploring yoga philosophy, gentle therapeutic stretches, and a guided relaxation. 


Traditional Yoga 

This class is designed for yoga teachers and yoga students who wish to explore the deeper aspects of their yoga practice. The class will have some asana work, pranayama and meditation. The goal is to integrate these three aspects of yoga into a meaningful practice.

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Yoga Nidra

This Guided Meditation Practice is also known as Yogic Sleep, and is said to be more restful than actual sleep.  It is easy, and requires no prior experience.  Meditation has a significant place in human history. It is, and has been, the main vehicle used by all the ancient traditions to allow one to establish inner peace and divine presence.  Yoga Nidra is offered throughout the year as an enrichment to your regular Yoga Practice.

(All Levels-No yoga or meditation experience needed.)

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Restorative Yoga

Restorative yoga poses require no muscular exertion; each pose is held for several minutes and deeply supported by props – blankets, bolsters, and blocks.  

This practice is designed to restore the nervous system and help release deeply held tensions from the body and mind. 

(All Levels-No yoga or meditation experience needed.)


Hatha Yoga

These classes lay a foundation for the fundamentals of Yoga including basic yoga poses with an emphasis on health enhancing alignment, breathing, strengthening and flexibility.

This class is a relaxed-paced yoga practice that integrates breath work with deliberate muscle elongation, toning, and spacial awareness.


Yoga for True Beginners

This class is intended for those who enjoy a gentler practice, and for beginners to focus on learning proper alignment, breath work, and concentration/awareness practices.