Class Descriptions

All Levels Flow – Explore a variety of standing, seated, balance, and reclining yoga postures, along with flowing transitions that will warm the body and build strength. We move mindfully, in addition to holding postures for multiple breaths to leave you feeling grounded, relaxed, and invigorated at the end of your practice. Includes breathing techniques and restorative recovery poses for a well-rounded practice. Uses props (blankets, blocks and straps) to support and enhance. Appropriate for all levels.

Beginner Yoga – This is your class if your yoga journey is just beginning. Come to learn and maybe even break a sweat in a supportive non-judgmental environment. In this class the basic, foundational yoga postures are practiced to help align, strengthen and promote flexibility. We will also work to increase our range of motion and mobility. You can expect emphasis on simplicity, repetition and ease of movement. Come and explore your mind/body awareness and self-acceptance.

Chair Yoga – Chair yoga is a gentle form of yoga that is practiced sitting on a chair or standing, using a chair for support. Breathing techniques and relaxation methods are incorporated into the class. Great for people recovering from injury, seniors, or anyone that wishes to get some movement back into their life 

Gentle Yoga – Focuses on slow stretching, strengthening and relaxation, Gentle Yoga class is accessible to all levels of yoga students who prefer a slower pace, including beginners coming to yoga for the first time.  We will move mindfully to our breath through a slow sequence of sitting and standing poses, ending practice with a guided Savasana. 

Hatha Yoga – Hatha is a yoga term used as an umbrella for all styles of yoga. Here we incorporate physical exercise (yoga asana) breathing practices (pranayama) relaxation (pratyahara)and short periods of meditation (Dharana and Dhyana) A hatha yoga practice will leave you feeling relaxed and ready for whatever comes your way!!

Yoga Foundations – All levels of experience benefit from this class, from brand new beginners to those returning from a break, to those who want a slower paced style and return to the fundamentals of yoga. Explore, seated poses, standing poses, and reclining poses, using props (bring blocks and blankets) to support and enhance.

Yin Yang Yoga – Blends two styles of yoga into one practice – bringing together the benefits of passively holding yoga poses with more dynamic standing postures. This class is suitable for all levels and ages.

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