Vinyasa Yoga: Vinyasa is a strong yoga class that connects asana (pose) with breath during movement. Although yoga is done within the confines of your mat, you will be moving throughout this class and can expect to get a cardiovascular response. As with all forms of yoga, vinyasa is a beautiful compliment to any lifestyle because of the focus on postural alignment while simultaneously stretching and strengthening the muscles of your body.
Sacred Flow: This dynamic community class practice supports all levels of practitioner with a strong focus on yoga fundamentals, mindfulness, and self-care healing modalities. This offering is a perfect way to ground the week ahead and build skills to cultivate a strong home practice. The intention here is to create a safe, & welcoming space for your practice to evolve at an intuitive pace.
Yoga (Yong/Yin Flow): This class is a beautiful blend of strength (yong) and flexibility (yin) in which you will build up your chi (energy) and maybe even a sweat! Once warm in your body, you will transition into longer held, passive poses that focus on mobility. This class is a nice transition when moving from the gentle classes into a vinyasa, although all levels are welcome.
Yin Yoga: Yin Yoga is a practice of allowing. With it’s emphasis on long-held, passive poses, Yin Yoga mobilizes and strengthens the joints, ligaments and deep fascial networks by allowing the body to soften into the postures with time and support rather than force. The Yin practice is deeply healing for the body and meditative for the mind.
Yin Yoga requires no previous yoga experience and is beneficial to the strongest of athletes as well as those looking to build strength and flexibility.
Gentle Yoga: Gentle Yoga is a therapeutic practice designed for individuals seeking a movement based class with a gentle focus on increasing flexibility, building strength and improving balance. Meditation, breath work, use of essential oils and props will be incorporated to enhance the experience in class and facilitate the development of a self-care practice outside of class. Students may need to get up and down from the floor unassisted.
Restorative Yoga: Restorative yoga is a quieting, supportive, and deeply nourishing practice. Restorative Yoga poses are done using blankets, bolsters, blocks, straps and other props to support the body fully allowing participants to release all muscle energy and deeply held tension. Restorative Yoga is a practice of deep relaxation which facilitates the lowering of blood pressure, relaxing muscle tension while increasing blood flow to vital organs, improving digestion, fertility and immunity. No previous yoga experience required, all poses are done seated or lying down and is great for beginners. Comfortable clothing suggested.
We also provide Private Yoga Sessions