What We Teach

OUR CLASSES

Mixed Yoga (Various Levels)
This class is designed to be a well-rounded practice of yoga. Explore the connection between breath and body as the teacher leads you through a mix of hatha and vinyasa yoga. The teacher will focus on alignment and creating fluidity between postures. Leave this class feeling strong and refreshed. All levels welcome.

Yoga Strong
This class is designed to improve strength, balance, and cardio. Half of the class is dedicated to a yoga flow, connecting body and breath, and the other half uses various weights (optional), and bands. Come have some fun while getting yoga strong! All levels welcome.

Gentle Yoga
This is a class intended to help practitioners slow down and listen to their bodies. The practice moves slowly to allow for adjustments. In each pose, you will work to create balance and alignment in the body, while bringing calm to the mind. The teacher will offer a variety of modifications and students are encouraged to use props. All levels welcome.

Beginners Series – Runs every few months – 6 week series – email or call us
Join us for a class for those who want to begin a consistent practice. We are here to empower you to start your yoga journey. This class will help you to create the foundation of your practice and gain the tools you need to have confidence on your mat. We will provide mats and yoga props. This is the perfect class for beginners.

Yin 
This is a class designed to help practitioners slow down and listen to their bodies. The practice moves slowly to allow for adjustments. In each pose, you will work to create balance and alignment in the body, while bringing calm to the mind. The teacher will offer a variety of modifications and students are encouraged to use props. All levels welcome.

Vinyasa/Yin
This is a great class to end your weekend with and create intention for the week ahead. Teachers will pay music and lead you through a mixed of hatha and vinyasa yoga first, followed by a slow Yin practice. All Levels welcome.

Kundalini
Kundalini yoga is a combination of breath, movement, and sound. It derives from the Sanskrit word kundal, which translates to “coiled energy.” The idea is that we all have energy gathered at the base of our spine and, through the practice of Kundalini, we bring that energy up our spine through the seven chakras, and out the crown of our head. All levels welcome.