Vinyasa is a flowing, dynamic form of yoga that connects breath to movement. All levels are welcome in these classes, from experienced practitioners to those brand new to yoga. Expect to move through a range of guided postures and close with a relaxing savasana.
Yoga Foundations targets students who want to work on the fundamentals of a strong yoga practice: proper alignment, breathing, balance, and strength. Great for beginners and seasoned practitioners alike, this class focuses on the most common postures and transitions presented in traditional vinyasa flows. Moving with intention, Yoga Foundations explores the intricacies of skeletal alignment and the muscular engagement required to link pose to pose. This class will help you to build the strength and confidence needed to establish a regular practice or take your current practice to the next level.
Our vinyasa flow presented at a comfortable 85-90 degrees, just enough to get the muscles relaxed and the sweat flowing!
Flow & Restore
Suitable for all ages and levels of practice, this class combines elements of vinyasa, restorative, and yin yoga to release physical tension and promote mental relaxation. A gentle, grounding sequence will be used to open the body slowly. Bolsters, blankets, straps, and blocks will be used to support long holds and promote deep release. Come to class ready to move, stretch, and renew. Expect to leave feeling blissed out, grounded, and calm to your core.
HEATED POWER VINYASA
Our power vinyasa presented at a comfortable 85-90 degrees, just enough to get the muscles relaxed and the sweat flowing!
Barre mixes elements of pilates, yoga, and dance to create a fun, high-energy, music-driven workout appropriate for all fitness levels. This challenging but low-impact class emphasizes mind-body connection while strengthening, lengthening, and sculpting the entire body.
Power vinyasa is a rigorous flow that matches breath to movement. While demanding, this style lends itself to anyone willing to step out of their comfort zone and do the work. As the they move, breathe, and sweat together, practitioners are asked to cultivate an awareness of how they react to challenge, both physical and emotional. The hope is that these personal insights may be carried off the mat and into life to create greater freedom and possibility.