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Chair Yoga

Chair yoga allows your yoga practice to meet you where you are, regardless of age, fitness level, or physical condition. Poses are adapted to use a chair as an extension of the body, adding support and stability. This class helps increase flexibility and mobility, builds strength, and increases body awareness. Yoga breathing (pranayama) and relaxation techniques are incorporated in this rejuvenating practice for overall mind and body wellness.

Foundations

Alignment, simplicity and ease. A slower- paced class, focused on the five universal alignment principles of Anusara yoga. Perfect for new, prenatal or seasoned students who want to remember to remember.

 

Meditation/Pranayama-­ Free!

Learn the principles behind yogic breathing and meditation. We teach a Tibetan Buddhist style of meditation, calming the mind to access a stable and vivid awareness that is the very essence of our life experience. No experience required- all are welcome! 

Mind/Body/Breath

A balanced yoga practice incorporating the graceful flowing sequences of Vinyasa and the deep calming poses of Yin. A quiet practice to  build self-awareness, flexibility, strength while calming the mind and cultivating spirit.

Restorative Yoga

A gentle and nourishing way for anyone to experience the benefits of yoga. All postures are done seated or lying down. Props (blankets, bolsters, and blocks) are used to support your body so that you can relax completely.

Slow Flow

A slower-paced Vinyasa class for all levels. Experience the joy of matching breath to motion while building strength and fluidity in your body. Great for prenatal or new students. When taught by Laura, this is a Certified Curvy Yogaclass. Enjoy a non-competitive, positive-body-image environment.

Vinyasa

Postures flow smoothly together, linked by breath. Each teacher brings a unique expression to this integration of alignment, intuition, strength and fluidity. These classes are accessible for all levels but may include less alignment instruction.

Yin

Yin yoga uses gravity, time, and our own body weight to strengthen and lengthen the connective tissue. Postures are held for a longer amount of time to allow for more profound change. A meditative experience that is the perfect complement to a Vinyasa practice.

Yin/Restorative

A series of postures held for longer periods of time to allow for deep-tissue stretching. This slow pace encourages the body to relax deeply, releasing the chronic tension held in the body. Bolsters, blocks, and blankets are utilized for full support. Dim lighting, relaxing music, and gentle, inspirational instruction make this a favorite class of many students.

Yoga for Recovery

Yoga for recovery is a class where individuals in addiction recovery may find a practice tailored for them. They will see how the limbs of yoga pair well with a twelve step program. This class style will vary depending on the general mood of the class. Practices will include yin, restorative, vinyasa, meditation or just group discussion on yoga philosophy for recovery. This is an all inclusive class; friends and family are welcome.

We offer a variety of pricing options from single-class drop-ins to monthly and yearly passes.