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  • Sitting in silence will not go to waste; some day you will reap the harvest of peace.

    – Baba Hari Dass

  • Hatha Yoga

    Hatha Yoga is defined as movement that develops strength, flexibility, bodily relaxation, and mental concentration. Hatha classes are designed for mixed-level participants and provide a balanced combination of sustained poses with attention to basic alignment and therapeutic principles. Mindfulness, and the observing of breath and body are integral parts of classes. 

  • Gentle Yoga

    Gentle Yoga classes are a great place to take it slower, and still experience all the benefits of yoga. Classes focus on releasing tension, connecting with the breath and helping students gain strength and flexibility. Gentle yoga uses classical hatha postures with slight variations to accommodate all levels of yoga students.

    Yoga Basics classes introduce fundamental poses, sequence, terminology, and concepts. These classes are designed for those who have never practiced yoga, or those who have an intermittent practice and need a refresher.

    With a soft approach, Level 1 Gentle, focuses on stress reduction, breathwork, stretching, strengthening, and balance. L1 Gentle yoga incorporates both standing and prone positions, requiring students to have the ability to get up from and down to the floor unassisted.

    Level 2 Gentle mirrors the teaching in L1, but with an increased duration for held postures and asana difficulty. L2 Gentle is appropriate for beginners and students with some yoga ability.

    Gentle Level 2+ adds postures that require more strength, incorporates a faster pace and includes some vinyasa style movements.

  • Alignment Based Flow

    Alignment Based Flow is a mindful vinyasa flow practice to foster the connection between movement and breath while refining the focus on alignment. Instructors will lead students through a series of poses that highlight the power of inhaling, exhaling and sun salutations combined with the classic poses of hatha yoga. The class will focus on pranayama (breathwork), alignment and extended holds. This class is perfect for beginners or students looking for a slower paced practice.
  • Vinyasa Yoga

    Vinyasa means "breath-synchronized movement." Vinyasa classes guide students through a series of poses that coordinate breath with postures, linked with sequences of sun salutations. Vinyasa movements are smooth and flowing, which explains why it is also referred to as "flow."

    Vinyasa Basics - These classes introduce fundamental poses, sequences, terminology, and concepts. These classes are designed for those who have never practiced in vinyasa style, or those who have an intermittent practice and need a refresher.

    Level 1 Vinyasa Yoga will take students through a series of poses that move through the power of breath and sun salutations.This playful, compassionately vigorous class combines dynamic movements and steady holds. Some yoga experience is recommended.

    Level 2/3 Vinyasa class offers students a continuous vigorous flow. L2/3 Vinyasa combines dynamic movements, steady holds, and allocates time to explore more advanced postures. Moderate yoga experience is recommended.

  • Power Yoga

    Power Yoga is a fast and dynamic vinyasa yoga class. This class focuses on building full body strength, increasing flexibility, and finding balance. This moderate to rigorously paced class will explore beginning to advance postures. Moderate yoga experience is recommended.

  • Core Flow

    Core Flow is a moderately paced vinyasa class with an emphasis on core stability ending with some optional inversion or balancing work. This fun, invigorating class combines dynamic movements and steady holds with emphasis on core stability to build and maintain a strong foundation essential to strengthening your yoga practice. Some yoga experience is recommended.
     
  • Chair Yoga

    Chair Yoga is one of the gentlest forms of yoga available. Students perform postures and breathing exercises with the aid of a chair. Students can experience the many benefits of yoga without having to get up or down from the floor. Benefits include increased balance, strength, flexibility, range of motion, and stress reduction.

  • Restorative Yoga

    Restorative Yoga is a delicious way to release and relax. Restorative yoga is a practice that is all about slowing down and opening your body through passive stretching. During the long holds of restorative yoga your muscles are allowed to relax deeply. It's a unique feeling because props, rather than your muscles, are used to support your body. All postures are done on the floor and are held for longer durations with an emphasis on support and comfort. Relaxing breath techniques are added for total relaxation. The classes use bolsters, blankets, and blocks to prop students in the passive poses.