Class Descriptions

  • Vinyasa Yoga

    A dynamic and flowing style of hatha yoga which links breath and movement through a creative series of postures that balance strength and flexibility while cultivating mindfulness through a continuous flow. Vinyasa is cleansing, heat building and suitable for the physically active. Our Vinyasa teachers are trained in alignment and therapeutics and give verbal alignment cues and/or gentle hands-on assists.


  • Dynamic Vinyasa

    This dynamic, all levels class builds heat, strength and flexibility. Move through a series of postures strung together in creative sequences designed to help you find proper alignment and connection to your breath. Feel supported through gentle hands-on assists while you cleanse your body and focus your mind.


  • Hatha Yoga

    Classical yoga asana (postures), breath work, and gentle warming movements to build strength, flexibility and relaxation. Focus on standing poses and basic seated work that is suitable for all levels.  Generally a slower pace than Vinyasa yoga.


  • Yin Yoga

    A form of yoga that targets connective tissue of the hips, pelvis and spine. Postures are held for longer periods of time, facilitating deeper opening. The class also incorporates Taoist meditation throughout the practice and is suitable for all ages, levels of fitness and flexibility.

  • Slow Flow

    A well rounded compassionate yoga class with time to safely enter and be in the poses, connecting body, mind, and spirit.  Great for beginners and all-levels wanting to chill and restore while getting a complete practice.   

  • Restorative Yoga

    A gentle yoga practice of healing the body and mind. We use quiet, supported poses to restore energy, reduce stress, soothe the mind and provide healing to the physical, energetic, mental, emotional and bliss layers of the body.  Based on much of the therapeutic work of BKS Iyengar.

  • Yoga Nidra

    Yoga Nidra is a deeply healing, transformational practice with profound benefits that range from the physiological to the spiritual. A long, guided relaxation (similar to savasana), it allows the body and mind to access pure rest, boosting health and sense of wellness. On a deeper level, it is a practice in releasing problem solving, daily stresses and fear patterns, and finding peace in the truest sense of self. Nidra welcomes us home to effortless bliss and loving freedom. 

  • Restorative Movement

    Restorative Movement: A yoga class for all levels designed to restore a connection to self. We’ll relax the nervous system and enhance feelings of fluidity in the body. The 75 minutes will be intentional movement through gentle vinyasa flows and restorative yoga postures. As the class progresses, we will explore functional movement principles related to yoga therapeutics and mindfulness practices of meditation and breath-work. You’ll leave this class feeling relaxed and more connected to yourself and the world you inhabit.

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