Dynamic flow-based yoga. Recommended for those having a familiarity with Sun Salutations A and B. Power Vinyasa flow is a rigorous, sweaty yoga practice stemming from the ashtanga tradition. Poses are held for shorter periods of time and will link one breath with motion, creating a dynamic and fluid ‘meditation in motion.’ This is a hot, sweaty fun practice often set to fun, fluid, dynamic music. You will leave inspired and ready to shine off the mat! Room heated to 85-88 degrees.
Gentle Flow is offered in a non-heated room. This soothing gentle practice focuses on moving slowly into basic yoga poses while using the breath as a tool to remain present and mindful. The slow pace of this class allows you to enjoy each pose. Expect lots of stretching and lengthening with a heavy dose of relaxation to wrap up your practice and leave you feeling great. Classes are suitable for beginners as well as advanced students. Non-heated class.
In our non-heated Yin classes you will experience postures done on the floor or against the wall with supportive blocks, blankets,and bolsters. Poses are held for a longer period of time allowing you to stretch connective tissue. You may experience guided meditation woven into the class. Expect to leave feeling balanced, connected, and whole. Great for all levels.
Yoga Nidra (yogic sleep) is a powerful practice of guided relaxation that offers great healing potential for the body, mind and spirit. First, prepare the physical body through pranayama (conscious breathing exercises) and a few yin postures to ground and create inner awareness. Once the body is ready for rest, experience a 40-minute meditation while lying in savasana. Explore this opportunity to exist between wake and slumber — where all things are possible. Bring any props (blanket, eye pillow, bolster, etc.) that create a comfortable and safe space for you to practice with ease and go deep within. Great for all levels.
Moves more slowly than All Levels. A good place to start your Vinyasa practice. Vinyasa Flow Yoga; connecting powerful breath with dynamic, flowing movements. Physical poses are held for shorter periods of time and connected through Sun Salutations and breath, creating the “flow” aspect of this practice. Often referred to as meditation in motion, vinyasa yoga cultivates: strength, endurance, flexibility, balance, focus, and tranquility. Vinyasa has both mental and physical benefits. Physically, sweat expels toxins and re-energizes your body. Mentally, the synchronized breathing relaxes your mind and helps to release any blockage of energy flow throughout your body. Room heated to 85-88 degrees.
This classes take place in a non-heated room. It is suitable for beginners who are looking for a slower paced, more descriptive experience. As well as advanced students who a looking to reconnect with the roots of the practice. The class will help you develop body awareness, learn the basic postures (asanas) and their modifications. The emphasis on discovering alignment that is best for you will help you build strength slowly and safely. Learn yogic breathing and how to link breath with movement. Have fun in this informative class.
This class is a twist on the yogic tradition where students come to practice with a teacher at sunrise. Teachers and students move through traditional sun salutations together and then create a dynamic flow-based class to ambient morning beats to greet the day free and clear. This experience is a great way to connect to the community and your fellow yogi’s. Breathing and moving together reminds us that we are more the same than we are different and through this connection we light up the day! Every class is different yet accessible for all those willing to listen to their body.
This vinyasa class is meant for ages 7-12 (1st-5th grade) Our Just Kids classes offer a sacred space for youth to connect with breath, body, mind and peers in a nurturing and supportive environment. Our youth teachers understand that physical, mental, and emotional needs vary greatly between these age groups, so they take care to gear classes to the specific needs of each group. Stretching body and mind, students will enjoy classes that include balancing, lengthening, and strengthening poses, breathing exercises, and mindfulness practices that both energize and reduce stress. All levels and drop-ins welcome.