*All Classes are 1 hour unless otherwise noted*
Registration Policy: We recommend signing up in advance to reserve a spot. If you can not make the class, contact us with at least 4 hours to remove your registration.
Vinyasa: This is an ALL level flow geared towards building heat. Poses are linked with breath and continuous movement.
Heated Power Vinyasa: Think Vinyasa… in the dark, the heat pumping as well as the tunes. Class is led, but with a few minutes at the end to flow to your own breath.
Slow Flow: This class is geared towards students who want to build heat, however it moves much slower. Poses are held longer and there’s less continuous flowing from pose to pose. This is NOT an easy class, however it’s the perfect balance between gentle and Vinyasa.
Gentle: This class is for anyone who wants a gentle yoga experience. The emphasis is on stretching and grounded postures. There is less "up and down" movements in this practice.
Restorative: This blissful practice relies on props to completely support the body in GENTLE postures to calm the nervous system. In a 60 minute class you will expect to do 4 postures, with savasana at the end. Body temperature naturally drops while at rest so dress appropriately.
Yin: Move gently in and out of postures for 20 mins and then deep Yin stretching for 40 mins. Yin directs the stimulation normally created in the asana portion of the practice deeper than the superficial or muscular tissue. Yin Yoga targets the connective tissues, such as the ligaments, bones, and even the joints of the body that normally are not exercised very much in a more active style of asana practice.
Meditation: In this 60 minute class, you will be guided through imagery and singing bowl meditations. We encourage you to try this class!! Be prepared to experience bliss and transcend beyond the physical. Dress comfortably
Tai Chi: is an ancient Chinese tradition that, today, is practiced as a graceful form of exercise. It involves a series of movements performed in a slow, focused manner and accompanied by deep breathing. Tai chi is a noncompetitive, self-paced system of gentle physical exercise and stretching.
Please Arrive early: Get to the studio at least 10 minutes before the scheduled class. Let us know if it's your first time! The instructor can provide modifications and help you during class.
What to Wear: Comfortable non restrictive clothing. ie; yoga/gym pants, shorts, tank or t-shirt, no socks or shoes needed.
What to Bring: Yoga mat, (rental fee-$1 or purchase one in our retail shop) and a smile :)
Don't take class on a full stomach: It's best to eat a light meal 1-2 hours before class begins.
Hydrate: Drink water before and after class. (We have water for sale)
Resting is always an option: There might be yogis of all levels practicing in class, so if there's a pose you don't understand or aren't ready to try, don't be afraid to take rest in a Child's Pose.
Keep an Open Mind: Have fun, breathe and listen to your body!
The best classes for beginners:
Gentle, Flow & Restore, Slow Flow, Restorative, Beginner Series, Meditation