* Indicate classes great for beginners or individuals recovering from injuries.
A modern take on a traditional practice. This class will focus on connecting breath to movement while flowing through a loosely based Ashtanga Primary series. It is designed for students of all levels to stretch and strengthen both the body and the mind.
Gentle Yoga Flow*
Flow & Stretch. Suitable for all levels. A restful, calming class including breathing, gentle flowing movements, passive and supported poses. This is a perfect beginning yoga class that is also appropriate for those working with an injury, limited mobility, or who prefer a softer, gentler approach to yoga.
Vinyasa Level 1
Experience the fundamentals of a Vinyasa flow class with a warm-up series, standing poses, core strengthening, and a relaxation series. This class is warm with music to inspire your flow. Move through your practice linking breath to movement and leave feeling balanced and rejuvenated.
Vinyasa Level 2
Hot energetic flow combining breath with a movement. Increasing your strength by including arm balances, inversions, and powerful core work. This class will inspire you to deepen your flexibility, find your edge and enjoy the benefits of yoga.
This class is designed to focus on foundational poses, advancing your practice with greater detail to alignment. You will learn body awareness and to work more effectively within your Yoga practice. Poses will be held longer, with attention to alignment, strength, flexibility, and balance. This class is appropriate for all levels.
Restorative yoga is a series of poses designed to completely support the body in stillness to assist deep relaxation and rest. The body is held in the safety of a still and quiet room with props including bolsters, blocks, and blankets. This practice enhances the body’s natural healing abilities to restore more efficiently and dissolves the residue of everyday stress. Restorative yoga poses are not about stretching the body, they are about opening to collect nourishment. No experience needed, open to everyone.
Yoga to Replenish*
Yoga to Replenish is a class designed to purify and balance prana (life force) throughout the body to strengthen and build vitality. The first half of the class incorporates gentle dynamic movements paired with poses in stillness and guided breath work. The second half of class will finish with a super comfy, restorative savasana (corpse pose) using props to support the body in deep relaxation.
Yoga-Pilates Fusion Flow*
Strength, tone, flexibility, and fun are the staples of this pilates inspired class. Come ready to explore creative, out-of-the-box movements and utilize your own body weight and intentional resistance to create long and lean muscles, stronger posture, more stability and pain-free movement for everyday life. Modifications are provided to make this class accessible to all levels and desired intensity.
If you want a secret weapon to accelerate your practice and progression, this is it. Yoga Sculpt teaches you to access your abdominals and obliques, making your yoga practice more balanced and controlled. Don’t let this class fool you it strengthens the entire body. This Power Vinyasa class is set to upbeat music and incorporates a variety of strength training techniques. It can help turn even the weakest midsection into yogic under armor. This class is accessible for beginners, but the high-energy pace will get your blood pumping and sweat pouring for one of the best workouts you’ll find at any yoga studio. This class is heated with additional humidity.
Hot Hatha Yoga
Hatha yoga’s pace is slow, gentle, heated it is an ideal starting place for people who are new to yoga. One of the more challenging aspects of a yoga practice is combining movements with breathing control, or pranayama; a slow pace assists newcomers in moving correctly with the breath according to Hatha principles. Students of Hatha yoga hold each pose through several breaths; according to Indian tradition, one of the primary objectives of Hatha yoga includes deepening concentration, called Dharana, to enhance meditation and bring energy and health to the body and mind by opening the nadis, or channels of Kundalini energy. The opening of nadis through Hatha helps promote spiritual growth and understanding, according to Indian tradition.
Incorporate binding, twisting, and cleansing in your practice to start your weekend in this 60-minute Vinyasa flow class for all levels. Flow through a sequence of breath, synchronized movements, and postures in a comfortable warm studio. Revitalize the mind and body, and enjoy the unique style and flavor in this class as you build strength, flexibility, and endurance.
Mindful Vinyasa Flow*
A class based on linking breathe with movement while being mindful of injuries or disadvantages you may have within your body, & learning how to modify your Vinyasa in a way that feels good for you. Makayla teaches from her own experience with scoliosis and a spinal fusion.
Yin yoga is a passive, transformative style of Hatha yoga that asks participants to hold postures. This longer hold of poses is done to strengthen, lengthen, and provide therapeutic release to joints, muscles, ligaments, fascia, and other connective tissues. Less active than other types of yoga, yin is mainly done lying down on your mat. The main purpose of yin yoga is to provide grounding. As you learn to tune out the daily grind and focus on slowing down and listening to your body, you will learn to totally surrender, mind and body, to your practice. Yin benefits those who do a great deal of high energetic sports and fitness. It’s also a great complimentary practice for yogis, who perform active and strengthening styles of yoga.
Hot Yoga (90 minutes)
Come calm your mind, focus, and sweat it out with this traditional style 90 minute hot class. You will be guided through a set sequence of 26 postures including communal breathing before and after. This class will not only teach you how to meditate and find stillness but also cultivate strength and flexibility.