Beginner Yoga

Our level 1 classes focus on poses with attention to the fundamentals and alignment. This provides new-to-yoga students the opportunity to gain confidence, strength and flexibility and intermediate practitioners the opportunity to fine-tune their practice.



This vinyasa style class offers a flowing, dynamic form of yoga that connects the breath, or pranayama, to the movement. Level 1.5 is for students with an established foundation. Level 2 is for students with an intermediate to advanced practice.


Foam Rolling Therapeutics

Foam rolling provides self-myofascial release that can help deepen your practice. In this class, we combine foam rolling techniques and asana to enhance your practice and relieve tight areas in your body. Think of the roller as another prop, along with your friendly straps and blocks.


Lunch Hour

This hour-long class is an energetic and revitalizing experience that will carry you through the day. Better than that cup of coffee, it’s good to the last drop.


Happy Hour

Start the weekend off right with an energizing workout on Friday evenings and walk out with a yoga high that will keep you going all weekend long. This class is not recommended for beginners.


Kids Yoga

Studies show practicing yoga helps children build confidence, concentration and self-esteem. It improves flexibility and balance, teaches kids how to exercise, and helps off-the-mat athletics from soccer to swimming. We offer active 10-week series for kids of different ages that includes poses, stories and games to help kids grow.



A great compliment to your yoga practice, Mat Pilates strengthens and stretches the body with exercises aimed at the core muscles of the abdomen and back. All Levels.


Prenatal Yoga

This class for moms-to-be is designed to safely strengthen and stretch the body to prepare for and recover from childbirth. In this class, you’ll learn how yoga can help alleviate common aches and pains associated with pregnancy and what modifications to make in other classes. Classes will include yoga poses for cultivating power and confidence, building flexibility and developing greater body awareness. We’ll also use breath-work, meditation and relaxation techniques to help you, well, relax in the face of so many life changes!


Senior Yoga

Every class incorporates a gentle, yet invigorating warm-up; a gradual progression of yoga poses (asanas) to strengthen and stretch the body; corrective breathing techniques (pranayama) to calm and relax the body and mind, forging a mind-body connection; and mental visualization exercises to assist seniors in feeling successful in all aspects of their lives through yoga, thus uplifting the spirit. Individual progress is noticed and celebrated.


Slow Flow

This hour-long flow class links physical asana, breath work, and a seated meditation for a full spectrum practice that grounds you in the present moment. Let go with a mellow, moving meditation followed by restorative postures that allow you to lengthen and relax. The practice ends with a guided meditation. All levels.



This ease-ful class takes a Yin-based approach, using gravity and props to hold poses. This allows students to release fascia, tendons, ligaments and joints, leading to a longer-lasting flexibility within the body and the opportunity to cultivate a quieter, contemplative practice. All Levels.



Yin uses gravity and props to hold poses. This helps awaken and release our tendons, ligaments and joints of the body, leading to a much longer lasting flexibilty within the body and the mind. All Levels.