Styles . Levels . Specialty Classes

Vinyasa (pronounced “vin-yah-sah”) style classes coordinate movement and breath into a flowing series of poses. The style and sequence will vary depending on the teacher and class level.

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vinyasa yoga

Vinyasa (pronounced “vin-yah-sah”) style classes coordinate movement and breath into a flowing series of poses. The style and sequence will vary depending on the teacher and class level.

Vinyasa (pronounced “vin-yah-sah”) style classes coordinate movement and breath into a flowing series of poses. The style and sequence will vary depending on the teacher and class level.

Iyengar yoga

The method of Iyengar Yoga pays close attention to anatomical details and the alignment of each posture. Poses are held for long periods, repeated, and often modified and supported with props.  It is designed to systematically cultivate strength, flexibility, stability, and awareness, and can be therapeutic for specific conditions. B.K.S. Iyengar founded Iyengar Yoga.

Yoga Fundamentals is a great way to get acquainted with yoga. Each week a fundamental yoga concept will be explored and may include a specific pose or group of poses, anatomy, mindfulness or yogic philosophy. Students practice proper alignment in a relaxed, non-competitive setting, and are introduced to basic variations of poses with awareness, in a slow, safe and detailed way. Yoga Fundamentals is also an option for those who prefer to stay with a gentle/basic class.

yoga fundamentals

Extra Gentle Yoga

 

This class moves at a more relaxed pace than a regular level 1. The needs and abilities of each student are respected in an atmosphere free of expectations.

Functional Movement & Feldenkrais

 

A gentle yoga class with mini-movement lessons, and an extra long savasana and meditation at the end.

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This class is open to all, but is especially beneficial for those who have bone loss or are hoping to prevent it.  Modifications are offered to those who need them for safety.  A combination of gentle movement and focused postures which increase balance and help to strengthen bone.

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This basic level class will be gentler and slower then a regular level 1. It will have consist of primarily restorative yoga postures to facilitate deep states of relaxation. The body is supported in “relaxing postures” and the complete group of postures move the spine in all directions. This is a great class for those new to yoga, with limited flexibility, those recovering from injuries or just want a great relaxation!

restorative yoga

This class is specifically formatted to address the physical and emotional needs of those affected by cancer and it's treatments.  Whether you are newly diagnosed, in treatment, or a survivor, yoga can further your journey of recovery.  Physically, yoga can build strength and flexibility in safe ways, stimulate the immune system and move lymph and build bone density.  Yoga also gives cancer patients and survivors a venue to build community and feel empowered to take control of their well-being.  

yoga for cancer

The yoga for healthy spine class helps students with back issues better understand their body and work with specific postures and the breath to develop body awareness, achieve spinal extension and length, and build core and back strength. This work can bring more symmetry and less pain in their bodies, both on and off the mat. Modifications and techniques will also be discussed as how to incorporate this work into a more general class setting.

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Prenatal Yoga emphasizes self-awareness, relaxation and composure, it is the perfect preparation for pregnancy and childbirth.  No previous yoga experience required.

 

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prenatal yoga

Through the focus of yoga postures, moms can begin to heal, strengthen, realign the spine and support the core to relieve lower back pai   This class strives to offer moms and babies the time to experience yoga, enabling moms the opportunity to take care of themselves, while deepening their bond with their baby. 

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mommy & baby yoga

You’re never too young or too old to enjoy yoga!  In these classes, traditional yoga techniques have been recreated in simple and fun ways that young people can enjoy. Classes include toddlers, kids, teens and mother/daughter yoga. 

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Yin Yoga is a practice that targets the connective tissue, ligaments, joints, fascia and bones. Yin Yoga is a slower paced class with passive poses that are held for up to five minutes, which gives the body a chance to work into these deeper tissues. Yin is a quiet and introspective practice which benefits joint health, flexibility, circulation and mental awareness. Yin is appropriate for all levels.

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Vinyasa (pronounced “vin-yah-sah”) style classes coordinate movement and breath into a flowing series of poses. The style and sequence will vary depending on the teacher and class level.

aerial yoga
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This four-week series focuses on a supportive series of poses, breathing, meditation techniques, visualizations, and deep relaxation that support and enhance before, during and after your cycle.

 

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Come Play!  You do not need to be a circus star, lifelong yogi, or natural-born acrobat to try this fun class.  With the support of aerial hammocks, explore, and refine traditional poses, in the air and on the ground. 

 

To participate you must have knowledge of basic yoga poses, have the strength to jump into the hammock, and a willingness to try and hang upside down!

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The Feldenkrais Method® of somatic education engages your brain's plasticity to improve how you coordinate your arms, legs, and spine: your 5 lines. Whether your goals are improving posture, pain reduction, or simply feeling better, we provide a unique solution.

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