Our studio offers yoga classes for all levels. To learn which is the right fit for you, read our class descriptions or contact one of our instructors.
1hr Hatha yoga | all levels
This is a gentle class that takes you through a series of slow, relaxing postures that focus on alignment, deep breathing and de-stressing the body & mind. This is a great class for beginners and is equally as nourishing for the more experienced practitioner.
1hr Hatha yoga | Level 1
This class focuses on holding postures with awareness on breath, body alignment & balance. It invites you to explore and build towards more stability and a deeper core strength. This practice creates openness & groundedness through the breath and the mind-body connection.
75 mins Hatha yoga-flow | Level 1
This energizing slow-flow class takes you on a journey with your breath through fluid movements & postures, that lead to a state of openness and expansion. This practice offers a lot of variations, so you can take it at your own pace. It invites you to explore your comfort zone through healthy challenge whilst honoring where you are at. *Please note this class is a little longer in duration to give time for breathing (pranayama) exercises, that support to strengthen your lungs, relax your nervous system and calm your mind.
90 mins | all levels
This deeply restful and relaxing practice utilizes many props to support holding gentle poses for 5 or more minutes, that allow a slow and comfortable opening of the body, with the focus on breath and completely letting go. Great for releasing stress on all levels, quietening the mind and realigning the posture. This is an incredibly centering & grounding practice.
Centered around the sun salutations, our vinyasa classes will take you through a sequence of poses that will build strength, increase flexibility and give you the confidence and skill to work toward postures such as arm balances, inversions and more!
Yin and Yang are complimentary but yet opposite styles of yoga. Yin is a slow-paced style of yoga with postures mostly seated that are held for longer periods of time. Yin is a passive and meditative yoga practice that helps you find inner peace. Yin is all about stretching and applying stress to certain tissues. Yin works on the deep, dense connective tissues and joints in the body making it different from Restorative Yoga which is all about supporting your body and allowing it to relax and heal. Yang in contrast to Yin is similar to Vinyasa a more active flow to release the Yang energy. Yang focuses on the muscles and blood flow, building strength, stamina and flexibility. In this introductory series you will be guided in class using the breath and postures to warm-up our bodies and allow the mind to settle in to the present moment, next a Yang flow to release energy, followed by the contrasting Yin postures that you will be guided into using props as needed to find your full expression of the pose, your edge, then backing off to 80-90% so you can hold the pose to work on the connective tissue and joints. In the beginning we will be holding the Yin poses for 1-2 minutes and each week we will hold longer and explore more poses. The power of Yin Yoga is time, not effort. Ending the class with a savasana.
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