Yin Yoga - A more meditative practice with long held, passive poses targeting joints and connective tissue.
Beginner - Learn the various asanas (yoga poses) and their proper alignment.
Level 1 - Experience with poses with more focus on movement from one pose to another.
Level 2 - Increased pace from Level 1 and an introduction to inversions.
Gentle Yoga - Floor and/or chair work with minimal transitions from floor to standing.
Restorative Yoga - Stillness in very supported poses for extended periods of time.
Vinyasa Flow - Synchronize breath with movement to awaken students' strength, energy and flexibility.
Previous yoga experience is highly recommended.
Power Yoga - Incorporates strength, flexibility, balance, cardio and physical and mental stamina in one session
Strengthening and Yoga - Use light weights or none at all while being lead through strengthening exercises for 45 minutes. Then stretch out those hard working muscles with a gentle flow.
Yin Flow - Familiar poses, both standing and seated with yin-like hold times. Deeply stretches muscles and fascia, going deep into connective tissue, expanding flexibility while invigorating the energy centers of the body (nadis) to release blockages and increase your energy flow.
Stretch, Relax and Meditate - Hatha yoga practice with guided systematic relaxation and 5 to 10 minute guided meditation.
Mat Pilates - A way to stretch and strengthen our body, primarily the muscles of the core, which span from your hips to your shoulders.
Slow Vinyasa Flow - A fun, gently paced, softer vinyasa flow to develop mindfulness, strength, flexibility and joy.
Chair Yoga - A gentle form of yoga done mostly sitting in a chair or using a chair as a prop. An especially good class for seniors or anyone healing from an injury.