Yoga Class Descriptions
We offer a variety of yoga classes. Find something that fits your needs or try them all out!
All Levels Vinyasa Flow
Vinyasa flow is an active practice that strings postures together so that you move from one to another, seamlessly, using breath. A typical vinyasa flow includes a warmup, a mix of standing poses, chaturangas, and a deep stretch cool down. Modifications are always offered to make postures accessible to all but prior yoga experience recommended.
This gentle flow is great for beginners! This class is a slow-paced vinyasa flow with a focus on proper alignment and modifications. This is a great choice for beginners, older adults, pregnant women, or if you simply desire a slower paced class.
Yin yoga is an introspective deep practice that offers a chance to turn inward and calm the physical and psychic body. Poses are held for 3-5 minutes, enabling students to work deep into the connective tissues, like your fascia, ligaments, joints, and bones. It is slower paced but that does not mean it is easy!
A great way to build strength and heat! Power Yoga utilizes your body's strength in combination with weights and other props to take your practice to another level. You will still be doing traditional yoga poses but with the added power and at a faster pace.
Kundalini yoga is an ancient yoga practice that combines breath, movement, and sound. This style of yoga uses kriyas or specific sets of exercises, breathing techniques, and mantras designed to help your mind relax while stretching and strengthening.
Yoga Nidra, which is derived from the tantras, is a powerful technique in which you learn to relax consciously. In yoga nidra, sleep is not regarded as relaxation. True relaxation is actually an experience far beyond all this. For absolute relaxation you must remain aware in a state of dynamic sleep.
Restorative Yoga is the practice of asanas, each held for longer than in conventional yoga, often with the support of props such as folded blankets, straps, and bolsters, to relax the body, reduce stress, and often to prepare for pranayama. It is a more passive stretching than a Yin class designed for pure relaxation.