Class Descriptions

All Levels Yoga is for everyone! Clear instruction is given in breathing technique, warm-up and posture flow. Newer students will develop body awareness, posture alignment and core strength in basic poses, while experienced students are encouraged to explore advanced variations in familiar postures. Everyone works to his or her own ability and comfort level.

Barre ignites and burns the muscles to their maximum potential while yoga lengthens, elongates and tones them. During this 45 minute class, you will move, stretch and tone your whole body using a ballet barre and a combination of yoga, dance and Pilates exercises. This class will begin with a yoga infused barre toning session, incorporate arm and core work and end with stretches to add more flexibility. This class will complement your regular yoga practice, while boosting your metabolism and incorporating balance, flexibility, isolated muscle contraction and intelligent movement. We provide mats for Barre classes, as well as weights, bands and balls. No experience necessary.

Buti Yoga isn’t a workout – it’s a chance to create – let go – connect and sweat with intention. Every time you step on your mat, you have a chance to break through the emotional or physical barriers that set you free. This calorie-scorching workout fuses power yoga with cardio-intensive tribal dance + body sculpting movements that tone the deep abdominal muscles that stabilize and strengthen the body. Instead of linear movements, Buti favors movements that challenge the body along with planes of motion.

Flow Yoga classes maintain awareness and focus on the breath while moving through a series of postures. The sequence of postures may be different from class to class, but always follow an intelligent progression that moves from basic to complex. This style of yoga builds heat, flexibility and strength, while maintaining focus on good alignment and sound structure. Postures may be held for longer periods of time, and will flow together to unite the body to the breath and mind.

Heated Flow Yoga classes maintain awareness and focus on the breath while moving through a series of postures. The sequence of postures may be different from class to class, but always follow an intelligent progression that moves from basic to complex. This style of yoga builds heat, flexibility and strength, while maintaining focus on good alignment and sound structure. Postures may be held for longer periods of time, and will flow together to unite the body to the breath and mind. . The room is heated from approximately 90-95 degrees.

Restorative Yin Yoga is the best of both worlds alternating between restorative poses and Yin poses. What’s the difference? Restorative poses are seated poses using the support of props and are held at least 5 minutes. Yin poses are seated poses without props held 3-5 minutes. Restorative poses are great for opening the back, calming the mind and even good for chronic fatigue. Yin offers the deep stretching to increase flexibility and rehabilitate the joints and muscles.

Slow Flow Yoga is a flowing sequence of movements, in which the asanas (poses) and prana (energy/breath) are inter-connected. In a slow flow class, some of the poses are held for several breath cycles to refine the posture of the body, mind and heart. Classical yoga poses are taught, along with variations and a few “twists”, to help keep the mind attentive and the body and mind interested. In each class, we will practice being present, while building strength and flexibility along with resilience of the mind, body and spirit.