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Vinyasa Flow

Our Vinyasa Flow classes are dynamic classes that synchronize movement & breath in a continuous flow of poses, usually beginning with Sun Salutations. They are energetic, creative & lots of fun! Vinyasa classes are suitable for students with some yoga experience. Variations & modifications are offered throughout the class to support students who are newer to yoga.

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Basics of Yoga

Our Basics of Yoga Classes are good for everyone and also for those new to yoga as We break down the fundamentals and core poses found in our yoga classes. Taught at a slower pace with hands-on assists as needed.

Sun Salutations, Foundation Standing Postures, Foundation Floor Postures and Twists, Backbends and Inversions may be taught. 

Multi - level class

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Yin Yoga

This is a therapeutic yoga class of Yin yoga postures created to target myofascial tissues of the body (ligaments, joints and bones). This can be an edgy practice and may not be suitable for someone who is injured. Props may be used to support the body as it eases into to each pose. Poses are often held for several minutes. There is a focus on the breath, being present in the moment, relieving tension and letting go. The Yin practice includes powerful mental and emotional benefits as its practitioner becomes quiet, still & mindful of the present. Among its many benefits, this class helps improve numerous aspects of your life including feeling more relaxed & less distracted by fleeting thoughts, demonstrating an enhanced ability to have a deep sense of ease & grounding. Classes are concluded with a guided mediation easing you into a deeper state of relaxation. This is different from Restorative yoga.

Yin is NOT recommended for those who are pregnant.

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Vin-Yin​ Yoga

Can't decide between a warming and strengthening vinyasa class or a deep stretchy yin class? This class has you covered! Vin/Yin is Thirty   minutes of slow flow to warm the body and strengthen the muscles, followed by thirty    minutes of deep yin stretches; long-held relaxed floor poses to stretch and stimulate the deep connective "yin" tissues of the body. It’s the perfect way to find balance in the body, mind, and spirit.

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Prenatal Yoga

Prenatal Yoga focuses on poses that are designed to prepare mother's body for labor and birth. We practice breathing techniques and meditation to reduce stress and increase confidence. Practicing yoga helps increase stamina, eases lower back and shoulder tension, and you and baby receive increased oxygen!

In this supported environment women are able to share their experiences and bond with other expecting mothers and their developing baby.

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Restorative Yoga

Soothe your soul with restorative yoga. This healing practice that tends to get overlooked in a world where "doing" is often valued far more than "being." In this practice of active relaxation, you can leave the distractions and stresses of daily life and devote much needed time to restoring your sense of well-being. You will be guided into gentle poses on the floor supported with blankets, bolsters, straps, or blocks. Poses are held for longer periods of time, with simple breathing techniques, to allow gravity to create release and opening in the body without the effort of "doing." Mild and gentle sensations in the body are common and are conducive for relieving muscle tension and stress. Add this constructive "down-time" to your practice, and amazing things may begin to happen in your body, mind, and spirit. Suitable for all levels (not suitable for pregnant women in their second or third trimester).

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Complete Yoga

Complete Yoga is  a Hatha Yoga practice with various    pranayama's (breathwork), asanas (physical postures) to energize the body while calming the mind and preparing spirit for deeper access to a meditative state. This class may vary its sequence weekly and is suitable for every level of practitioner of yoga.

multi level class


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Meditation (Mindfulness)

A mindfulness-based meditation class suitable for all levels. 


Each class will begin with a brief talk at the beginning to help focus our meditation sessions and then expect twenty  minutes of lightly guided meditation and then a brief savasana at the end. 


Practice being present and using the breath as an anchor.


New to meditation? No problem.  We will provide instruction and guidance. 


Yoga for a Healthy Back

This class will help you to improve overall back health with yoga poses to strengthen the back and core muscles, and increase mobility in the spine, hips, and shoulders. We will also explore relaxation techniques to relieve tired back muscles, and pranayama practices to enhance breathing capacity and awareness.

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Prana Pump®

Prana Pump® combines three things we love: yoga, strength training, and high intensity interval training (HIIT). This fun and challenging class uses hand weights (available in the studio) and cardio movements along with upbeat music for a full mind, body, and spirit practice.


If you are ready to feel empowered, strong, and capable, join us for this body positive class. Let's be bold!

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Bhakti Yoga

BHAKTI YOGA  is one of the four classical schools of yoga. it is the yoga of love, surrender and unity.   every week can  have a different  focus always bringing    us  back to the heart center . the physical practice is multi-level with something for everyone.  bhakti yogis love to chant and be happy! 


Conscious Connected Breathing

Are you looking for a practice that can manage stress, release pent up emotion, relieve anxiety, and improve lung function? Studies have shown Breathwork can do all of the above. During this 50 minute Conscious Connected Breathing session, you will hold a circular breath pattern for 30 minutes, followed by a 15 minute meditation / processing portion. The breath pattern involves two inhales (one into the stomach, one into the chest) followed by an exhale - all through the mouth. Please do not eat up to an hour before class for the best experience.


Please note medical disclaimer:

Intense breathwork is not recommended for pregnant women or people with a history of aneurysms, cardiovascular problems, high blood pressure, vision problems, osteoporosis, or any recent physical injuries or surgeries. 


It is also not recommended for people who experience severe psychiatric symptoms or seizures. 

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