Please bring your own mat. We have belts, blocks, bolsters, and meditation pillows available. Please wipe down any borrowed blocks with the essential oil-based antiseptic wipes provided. Thank you!
Learn the basic postures of yoga to build strength and stability. We’ll focus primarily on standing postures as well as shoulder stand. You’ll also learn how to perform ujjayi pranayama to increase energy and focus.
This class is designed specifically for those who are brand new to yoga or would like to deepen their practice from the ground up. Here, you will learn the basics of various yoga poses and how to make them work best for you. Get in touch with your mind and body as you begin to connect your movement with your breath, learn simple flowing sequences, and focus on proper alignment and form.
This class moves at a gentle, yet uplifting pace and offers modifications to make poses more accessible to the practitioner. Each class will end with a period of deep relaxation, making this a great way to close out the week. Foundational Flow is appropriate for all ages, shapes, and sizes, and no prior experience, balance, or flexibility is required.
This class is a beautiful exploration of slow gentle movement, meditation, and awakening of energetic points along the body coordinated with the breath to bring you into a calm, peaceful, present state. Developing Presence is not suitable for the absolute beginner. You would be much more comfortable stepping into this class after knowing the basic postures and their alignment first.
This class is a combination of pranayama, mindful movement, meditation, and sound healing in savasana (relaxation). Mindful Movement is a gentle class that would be appropriate for beginner to advanced practitioners.
Restorative yoga encourages physical, mental, and emotional relaxation. Suitable for all levels, restorative yoga is practiced at a slow pace, focusing on long holds, stillness, and deep breathing.
This class offers a deep opening for the muscles around the hips, lower back and legs. Its pace alone allows you to sink into a beautiful state of calm. Targeting these key areas is highly beneficial for overall mobility, flexibility, and strength. Giving attention to your hips and hamstrings will go a great distance in rejuvenating the mind and body.
Sun Salutations, deeper backbends, and more opportunities to learn to balance on your feet as well as your arms make up the physical portion of the intermediate practice. Not suitable for beginners.
Zen meditation involves observing and letting go of the thoughts and feelings that arise in the mindstream as well as developing insight into the nature of the body and the mind.
Appropriate for all levels, gentle yoga offers a slower-paced class that is spent primarily in seated or floor postures.
Gentle Yoga and Yoga Nidra-
The first half of the class, practice some gentle movements to open the body. In the second half, lay down in Savasana and be led into deeper and deeper levels of relaxation through Yoga Nidra. Yoga Nidra is a practice designed to train the body and mind to relax deeply while the mind remains awake.
Yin yoga focuses on holding poses that target the loosening of connective tissue and easing joint tension. Postures are often held for 2-5 minutes or sometimes longer. Yin is somewhat similar to gentle in that most postures are seated or on the floor, but the holds are longer.
Postures may include neck/shoulder stretches, heart openers, side stretches and forward folds.
Modifications are always available.
Feel Good Flow–
This class will have you moving at a moderate pace through intermediate postures. Strengthen and lengthen your body while relaxing your mind. We will use breathwork, props, and modifications to meet you where you are at in your practice.
Slow Flow classes support increased strength and flexibility while moving slowly between postures for a calm, meditative experience. This class is for the more experienced beginner and up. You would be much more comfortable learning the basic postures and their proper alignment before coming to this class.
This class helps you to develop your ability to meditate for the purpose of cultivating mental peace, concentration, focus, clarity, and wisdom.
Basic Sanskrit for Yogis-
Learn to pronounce Sanskrit letters, words, and phrases that are common to yoga.
Learn techniques to gain greater control over the various energies of the body.
The Yoga Sutras is one of the main texts of yoga that imparts practical advice and techniques to live a life that promotes a calm, clear, peaceful, and joyful mind. In each class, we’ll study a few sutras at a time to understand their meaning and how they can enhance our lives.
Basic Anatomy for Yogis-
Get to know the muscles, organs, and systems of the body to understand the yoga postures and techniques at a deeper level.
Lie down and experience the resonances of singing bowls that are attuned to the frequencies of the various energy centers of the body, bringing them into alignment.