This all-levels class balances strength and ease with a sequence of postures that flow with breath to cultivate focus, alignment, stamina, and flexibility. This powerful series is different every class and is unique to each teacher. During class, the room is heated to approximately 80 degrees plus humidity.
A Yin class with the addition of slow, grounded, standing postures to bring some movement to the body after the long-held, passive poses. You will leave class feeling refreshed, renewed, and restored.
In this class, practitioners will be led through Sun Salutations, Standing Series, and Primary Series - therapeutic seated postures, back bends, heart and hip openers. Students will have the opportunity to work towards the traditional self-led Ashtanga practice.
A slower paced flow that focuses on alignment, breath, focal points, and modifications to make the poses more accessible. A great option for those that are new to the practice.
Meditation & Movement
An introduction to meditation for beginners or a great way to reconnect to your meditation practice if you've stepped away from it. This class combines basic yoga poses with various guided meditation techniques. Expect a 20-30 minute guided meditation followed by a light flow.
Every Body Yoga
Every Body Yoga is specifically designed with bigger bodies in mind - and is taught by a teacher with an ample silhouette of her own. This class teaches students how to make the practice of yoga their own through the use of props and modifications.
An invitation into the practice of total surrender. Yin yoga is a dynamic practice where poses are held passively from 3-7 minutes to target the connective tissue in the body. This class consists mostly of long-held seated and reclined postures.
A Vinyasa-style class focused on alignment, breath, focal points, and modifications to make the poses accessible to all. This class offers a discounted rate of $10.
Trauma-Informed Yoga is an approach to creating a safe, supportive space in which students can learn emotional regulation skills through connection with the breath and increased body awareness. The physical activity of this practice allows students to feel more comfortable in their body. Regulated breathing calms the parasympathetic nervous system. Practicing present awareness in the body can equilibrate the dissociative effects of trauma.