Heated and Non-Heated Yoga Class Styles
Vinyasa classes flow smoothly and coordinate the changing postures with the flow of your breath. This movement style cultivates balance, stability, flexibility, and vigor. Breath awareness and coordination are carried throughout the practice as the asana ebbs and flows between effort and ease.
Non-Heated: Room is warmed to 74 degrees
Heated Vinyasa: Room is warmed up to 95 degrees
Align & Flow
Align & Flow provides a well-rounded yoga experience. It includes postures, breath work, and meditation. This class integrates breath with movement. The strong, slow pace offers time to be present in each pose. Poses are often held for a few breaths, giving time to explore its physical and mental challenges. Classes focus on releasing tension, connecting with the breath and helping students gain strength and flexibility.
Warm Align & Flow Room is warmed to 80 degrees
Yin yoga is a deeply relaxing practice that targets the joints and interconnective tissues of the body. It restores range of motion and flexibility while relieving pain and chronic tension. Poses are held for a few minutes each to allow for muscle and fascia release. This practice complements any active yoga practice or exercise routine.
Restorative yoga is a practice which utilizes props to create ease and comfort that facilitates relaxation in the body. A totally rejuvenating practice comprised of seated and supine poses, which are held for 3-15 minutes of time. Designed for all levels to promote deep relaxation, muscle recovery, and overall health.
Yoga for every body!
Yoga is not just for flexible bodies; it is for those that want some healthy movement and self discovery in their lives. Whether you are an advanced practitioner or brand new to yoga, you can thrive in this class. We will do breathwork, light guided meditations, some of our favorite yoga poses, and most importantly, lots of laughing and having fun!
Yoga for Dynamic Aging
This class is designed for those active adults ready to learn how the many benefits of yoga can strengthen brain health, physical ease, and range of motion as we age. This class will require the ability to get on and off the floor without assistance and is designed for those 55+.
Rocket Yoga is fast-paced and has a dynamic flow. It is based on Ashtanga Yoga, but welcomes more variation on sequencing. Rocket Yoga was developed by Larry Schultz to make Ashtanga Yoga more accessible to western practitioners. It was in the 1980s in San Francisco that he created first created this practice for the Grateful Dead. The name was given by Bob Weir of ‘The Grateful Dead’ band because he thought Rocket Yoga “gets you there faster” – into creative and deep postures. Come ready to sweat and try something new!
Rocket Yoga: Room is warmed to 90 degrees
Gentle Yoga offers a combination of postures coordinated with the breath, performed at a gentle pace. This class is great for beginner, or anyone looking to slow down. Connect with each pose, and explore its physical and mental challenges.
Slow Flow is a meditative class that emphasizes peace and calmness of body and mind. Poses are held for a longer period of time to teach principles of proper physical and energetic alignment. The challenge in the class comes from holding postures for a longer period of time while steering consciousness to the awareness of breath and movement. Slow Flow is a great place to start if you are new to flow-style yoga or anyone wanting a gently paced class that still emphasizes the connection between breath and movement.
Warm Slow Flow: Room is warmed to 80 degrees
In Kids Mindfulness we have the opportunity to share skills, such as understanding our mind, body, and emotions, how to relate to others and being part of a community. Classes weave together fun poses, music, games, stories, and other sensory-integrated activities to promote flexibility, strength, balance, collaboration, mindfulness and wellness both on and off the yoga mat.
Kids Mindfulness is for Kids Ages 8 & Under. Learn more here!
The term Yoga Nidra means yogic sleep. It is a state of consciousness between waking and sleeping, induced by a guided meditation. These “classes” are highly restorative and feature extended savasana with a teacher that is leading a guided meditation that leads to a place where you are hovering in a state before sleep that creates deep relaxation both physically and mentally.
Iyengar yoga focuses on precise body alignment, the use of props to help students of all abilities perform the asanas, and an understanding of the therapeutic potential of yoga. The asanas build strength, flexibility, stamina, balance and aid in stress reduction. Postures are held for longer periods of time in order to cultivate control of the breath, concentration, and inward self study.