Yoga Class Descriptions

Our yoga classes are designed for all levels. Our smaller class sizes allow for more individualized attention than you might find from a larger studio. We not only focus on the physical postures, but also breath work and meditation facilitating a complete practice.

All Levels Flow Yoga – All Levels Flow provides a practice with dynamic energy yet conscious and fluid transitions and movements that cultivate a healing and self-centering energy. All Levels Flow increases our awareness of our asanas (postures) while also increasing our strength, flexibility, and mobility for other flow and vinyasa classes. The pace of the class remains slower and emphasizes safe alignment and maintenance of balance through slow breathing.

Basic Yoga – Classical Hatha Yoga class. Accessible to everyone regardless of experience or ability. We will learn proper alignment, modifications and the importance of the breath, which all are foundations for a safe, fun practice.

Hatha Yoga – A balanced combination of sustained yoga poses with attention to basic alignment and therapeutic principals. Mindfulness; observing the breath and body are an integral part of this class. Hatha Yoga provides a great stretch and strengthens the body. Emphasis is placed on CORE (Consciousness Organized in Relation to Energy) strength, flexibility and balance as well as concentration and breath control. 

Just Yin Yoga – Yin yoga is a slow deep practice targeting the deeper connective and fascial tissues. Postures are done mostly on the floor and are held 3-4 minutes. Implementing the elements of time, breath and passive stress, yin yoga offers opportunity for increased stability and strength in the joints, ligaments and deep fascial tissue networks.

Kundalini Yoga – An uplifting blend of spiritual and physical practices. Kundalini Yoga incorporates movement, dynamic breathing techniques, meditation, and the chanting of mantras, such as Sat Nam, meaning “truth is my identity.” The goal is to build physical vitality and increase consciousness.

Restorative Yoga – It is a form of yoga with passive restorative poses and postures to open the body, quiet the mind and move you into a deep sense of relaxation.

Subtly Strong Yoga – Slow yoga practice encourages mindful movement and greater self-awareness while building strength and resilience. Detailed attention is given to safe alignment, transitions and stability. Connecting movement with breath at a slower more intentional pace creates awareness of the subtle shifts and sensations in the body. Props are encouraged. “Nothing good ever happens in a hurry.”