Ashtanga – Primary Series
This class focuses on alignment and the fundamental asanas or postures of yoga. A wonderful class for beginners and experienced yogis looking to get back to the basics!
Fire Flow (Power Vinyasa)
Fire Flow is a yoga class focused on strong powerful movements, purification, and building motivation! This energetic practice can help with digestion and detoxification, and helps the mind to break through habitual patterns. Fire represents metabolism, heat, and the practice of discipline. Be prepared to build heat, sweat and detox as we move through core work, heat building salutations, and possibly arm balancing. This yoga class is rapid, expansive and strong!
Align + Flow (Hatha)
Hatha is a slow moving alignment based style yoga. Students will hold each pose for several breaths before moving to the next posture. Hatha is perfect for beginners and yogis of all levels.
Gentle yoga is a slow-paced, well-supported and relaxing practice wonderful for yogis of all levels.
Yoga + Meditation
Enjoy a light flow to get your body moving then calm your mind with a simple meditation practice.
Rise + Shine Flow
Rise and shine for an early morning yoga flow! This class is designed to get you up and moving and energized for the day.
All Levels Flow (Vinyasa)
Vinyasa is a flowing, dynamic sequence of poses that involves synchronizing the breath with a continuous flow of postures. This style of yoga helps to increase muscle strength & flexibility as well as bring your mind to the present. This class is designed yogis of all levels.
Half Yin and Half Vinyasa. Our YinYasa class will begin with Yin style stretching to get deep into muscle fascia followed by an invigorating all levels vinyasa flow to get your body moving!
Yin and Restorative
Yin is a gentle practice focusing on stillness and relaxation. This practice is good for increasing circulation and flexibility, calming and balancing the mind and body, reducing stress and anxiety, and increasing joint mobility. Students will stay in postures for several minutes in order to stretch past the muscles and begin to stretch and break up the fascia. Great for athletes!
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