Class Descriptions



Basics & Beyond is just like it sounds! Whether you are brand new and simply curious about the practice or perhaps you are a seasoned practitioner who could use a little ‘refresher’, these classes are of benefit to everyone. We break down the basics of individual movements and teach basic yoga fundamentals to help you develop a solid yoga foundation. It is our intention to get you moving so that you can feel the effect of the yoga, but provide extra instruction to help you build your yoga foundation.

Gentle Flow Yoga is designed for those who prefer a class less vigorous. It includes gentle stretches and breathing as well as simple movements designed to systematically increase the range of motion of every major joint and increase energy. We include Yin poses as well. Class is warm. Ideal for students with chronic symptoms such as muscle/joint pain, stiffness, weakness, or fatigue.

Heated Chakra Flow Our chakras are the gateway where our emotions and physical bodies intersect – thus producing how we react, feel, live and interact with others. As life happens day-to-day, we take on so much emotional and mental garbage that we store away in these various chakras, leaving us bogged down, overwhelmed and exhausted by the end of the week. In this class, we will take a specific focus toward cleansing, detoxing and empowering the chakras needing our attention on that particular day, leaving us feeling more clear, relaxed, balanced and peaceful. Class is similar in format to a traditional vinyasa yoga class, just with a more specific intention. Intermediate level. Our heated classes are approximately 80-85 degrees. This class is suitable for intermediate to advanced students.

Hot Vinyasa Flow is a more challenging and invigorating form of Yoga that heals, detoxifies and exhilarates the body and mind with emphasis on movement, balance and intention. The room heats to about 90-95 degrees but be prepared to build heat internally. This is a  complete mind and body workout that develops concentration through meditation and reduces stress while toning your entire body. This is a great class for students who are ready to take the next step in their Yoga journey.

Power Yoga is a general term used to  describe a vigorous, fitness-based approach to vinyasa-style yoga. … Power yoga incorporates the athleticism of Ashtanga, including lots of vinyasas (series of poses done in sequence) but gives each teacher the flexibility to teach any poses in any order, making every class different.

Restore & Meditate BYOB (BRING YOUR OWN BLANKET) to class. Restorative yoga deeply relaxes the body and stills the mind. The use of blankets will enhance flexibility which allows the body to heal and return to balance. We will spend time in restorative postures and then time in a guided meditation. This class is suitable for everyone.

Restorative Yin class 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. Suitable for all levels. 

Slow Flow 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.

Vinyasa Flow classes will tone, strengthen and purify your body. The dynamic mix of sweat and surrender will challenge you to your edge and encourage you to reach your true potential. The Power sequence is a series of postures that flow from one to the next, on breath. Modifications offered for less intense and more advanced pose options.