In this Vinyasa Flow class you will synchronize breath with movement. Students will focus on linking conscious breath with a mindful flow. In a Vinyasa class, students awaken their strength, energy, and flexibility in a fun atmosphere.
A similar class to Flow but in a heated room. Develop skills of concentration and patience that help focus the mind as you deepen your strength, poses and practice, while sweating it out! approx class temp: ~85-92 degrees. (Level 1/2 Heated Flow: ~85 degrees)
A fitness-based approach to Vinyasa style flow. Students will focus on linking conscious breath with a vigorous and mindful flow. In a power yoga class, students will build strength, flexibility and concentration while cleansing the body and calming the mind. You can expect a great cardiovascular and strength building workout combined with breath work.
Heated Power / Hot Power Flow**
Similar class as Power Flow, but in a heated room. Bring a towel and water! All levels are welcome (unless otherwise noted), but some yoga experience is suggested. approx class temp: ~85-92+ degrees for “Heated”; 92+ for “Hot.”
Skills + Drills (level 2/3)*
Geared toward experienced practitioners, this class explores more ‘advanced’ postures and increasingly creative sequencing and transitions. Most important of all, an intermediate/advanced level practitioner is willing to modify their practice from one day to the next according to what their body tells them is intelligent and safe. approx class temp: ~85-92+ degrees.
Warm Candlelight Flow (level 1/2)
In this slow flowing class, students will synchronize breath with movement in a heated room, around 80 degrees. This is a great class for those who want the benefits of the warm room without the speed and intensity that often comes with a vinyasa or hot power yoga class.It is also a great class if you are looking to settle your nervous system or get a really good night’s sleep.In this class, you will open and stretch your muscles with slow movement, careful alignment, and conscious breath work.It won’t be easy or lazy, just slow, thoughtful, and grounding.This class is not intended for beginner yogis, or students with injuries. approx class temp: ~80 degrees.
Ashtanga Vinyasa Flow
Ever wonder where Vinyasa Flow originated from? This class is a traditional approach to the Vinyasa yoga style, which dates back to as early as 1930. Like a Vinyasa class, each movement is synchronized with breath. Expect this class to include traditional asana (poses) and sequences: sun salutations, standing poses, seated poses, backbends and an opportunity to learn/practice inversions. Great class for anyone who is interested in learning more about Ashtanga Vinyasa. Open to all experience levels (even beginners!) and individual modifications will be available. Time for Q&A following class for assistance with postures and other inquires will be available as well.
Ashtanga Mysore (see Mysore page for more info)
The Mysore room is open for ~two hours. In class, each student learns a set sequence of postures over time that is appropriate and customized for them and as they commit the sequence to memory and mastery (a steady breath and ease of movement) each student in time will receive more postures. The practice grows in length and challenge gradually until the series is complete and they begin the next series. Ashtanga Vinyasa is an approach to practice which incorporates a precise melding of breath, gaze and posture. Each posture is linked by an efficient transition which keeps the whole practice fluid, even and steady. As the practice is refined over time breath and movement are unified in a moving meditation. Each practice (from beginner to advanced) includes standing postures, back bends (modified to complex) and a closing sequence consisting of inversions (modified to complex), pranayama and seated meditation; all followed by rest. We encourage you to come as you are… no need to prepare or memorize anything beforehand.
Workshop Flow is a workshop “style” flow class that delves deeply into the physical component of yoga; the postures or asanas (which is the third limb of the 8 Limbs of Yoga). We will work towards mastery of level I asanas such as chaturanga dandasana (low plank), adho mukha svanasana (downward facing dog), and uttanasana (forward fold), to name a few. These foundational postures are the building blocks for more “advanced” asanas, which will also be explored along the way. Each week, a new pose will be introduced and serve as the theme for the 60min vinyasa portion of class. Next, we’ll break it all down through Q&A, partner support, and lots and lots of demos! Class will wrap up with a short meditation and chakra tuning with crystal quartz and traditional Tibetan singing bowls.
Yoga Fundamentals / Beginners (level 1)
Never practiced yoga or want to slow down your current practice? If you want a gentle way to learn more about yoga, this class is for you! In a safe and relaxing atmosphere, students will learn the benefits of yoga, incorporating basic yoga asana (postures), proper yogic breathing, and relaxation techniques. This is an excellent introduction for new students/beginners. With consistent attendance, you’ll be able to confidently progress into our flow classes.
Gentle Flow (level 1/2)
This class is designed for beginners through intermediate students.In Gentle Flow, you’ll be guided through postures in a Vinyasa style, beginning with the basic poses, but allowing for more challenging poses based on your practice level.Props are encouraged to allow the body to fully achieve each pose comfortably.This is a great class for students looking for a more gentle experience, those who are new to yoga or those who need a change of pace, yet still have the option to take it to the next level.Also the perfect class for students with injuries or limitations.
Yoga for Living Well (great for those 55+)
This yoga class is designed for active adults that may need a little more support. As we get older, muscles tend to stiffen, our joints lose their range of motion and we become more susceptible to chronic problems such as lower back pain, osteoporosis and arthritis. Yoga can help by strengthening muscles and joints, increasing flexibility, keeping the mind alert and encouraging relaxation. We’ll introduce you to the language of yoga, fundamental yoga postures, body awareness and breath work. This class will provide you with the know-how and the how-to of yoga movement using clear precise instruction, explaining yoga prop usage and providing an open circle for questions. Participants should be comfortable getting up and down from the floor. If you think you think this class is for you, join us! (please check/sign up online prior to arriving to class).
Lunchtime Express Flow ($10 community class ~ 50 min)
Make the most of your lunch break! Enjoy an invigorating midday yoga class to keep you going all day long. This class is just like our Flow classes, but designed to get you in and out, and back to your desk, kids, errands, and other daily activities (with a clear mind and strong body!).
Restore into Bliss ($10 community class)
Calm the mind and body with this soothing Restorative Yoga class. Restorative yoga poses require no muscular exertion; each pose is held for several minutes and deeply supported by props – blankets, bolsters, and blocks. During the class, you will be guided to mindfully and consciously notice thoughts and sensations in your body. Students leave feeling nourished, well rested and refreshed; with a new cultivated awareness and clarity. Guided Mindfulness Meditation is also incorporated throughout the class. No yoga or meditation experience is needed and all levels are welcome.
A meditate experience for both the mind and body! Restorative and Yin yoga poses require little or no muscular exertion; each post is held for several minutes with or without the use of props (blankets, bolsters, and blocks). Without the distraction of constant movement and muscle engagement, your connective tissues have the opportunity to stretch and release. Though you will receive intentional guidance during the class to notice any thoughts of sensations arising in your body; this is practice of silence and stillness. Participants leave feeling grounded, well rested, and nourished; with a new cultivated awareness. No yoga or meditation experience is needed and all levels are welcome.
Community Flow / Community Classes
We believe in making yoga accessible to all by offering consciously affordable classes often. Weekly Community Flow classes (classes at a discounted rate), are open to anyone and we welcome students of all ages, ability, and experience. We also participate in worthy charities and organizations and frequently offer cause-related donation based classes as well. Please see check our Online Scheduler for details.
*Heated class ranges from ~85-92 degrees
**Hot Power class ~92+ degrees
Yoga Fundamentals (Level 1):
Level 1 is a slower-paced flow class geared towards those new to yoga or preferring a slightly gentler class. Props and modifications are offered for proper alignment and ease in the postures. Not sure where to start? Yoga Fundamentals is probably right for you. See these class descriptions for more info. Visit: teachers to find a personal description of what to expect in your next class.
These classes are designed to introduce new and continuing students to the foundations of alignment, breathwork, primary poses, sequences and variations. Level 1/2 is intended for the student who has practiced yoga before, and is good for the student who wants to build on their yoga practice. If you are brand new to yoga, we recommend starting with the Beginner Flow class. Visit: our teachers to find a personal description of what to expect in your next class.
These classes are open to all levels of practice. Your instructor will give you options and modifications throughout the class. More complex poses may be introduced for advanced students, while beginners can work at their own level and work towards what’s next! If you are brand new to yoga, we recommend starting with the Beginner Flow class, but this is not required and there is no previous experience needed to enjoy a mixed level class. Visit: our teachers to find a personal description of what to expect in your next class.
Level 2/3 classes are designed for intermediate to advanced practitioners. We recommend that you have a solid practice and understanding of intermediate yoga postures and breathing techniques. These classes are exciting, challenging and great for those who are ready to take it to the next level.