Perfect class for students recovering from illness or injury, or for the new student who
would like a slow, thoughtful introduction to yoga. Classes focus on stretching and
This moderately-paced class will include sun salutations and a wide range of standing and
seated postures designed to increase strength, balance and flexibility. For new students
with good physical health.
This is a great class for students who are ready to progress in their practice of yoga.
Shoulderstand, headstand, backbends and arm balances will be broken-down and explained.
For experienced students who want to explore the more challenging and advanced postures in yoga.
Rather than focusing on muscle length and strength, Yin Yoga targets the connective tissue and
joints of the hips, pelvis and lower spine. Yin Yoga is a compliment to more active yoga styles
and other fast-paced activities, and is a great aid for meditation postures. The practice begins
with a brief warm-up followed by long holds in specific postures. The Yin Yoga practice is
inclusive - all are welcome.
This class is a wonderful opportunity for expectant mothers to safely tone and stretch while at
the same time relieve some of the discomforts of pregnancy, prepare physically and mentally for
labor, and most especially, to connect with their bodies and their babies. The class is for
women in any trimester.
Mommy & Me
This class is designed to help new moms regain strength and flexibility (and sanity!) while
connecting with other moms. For infants through children age three.
For athletic students who are in good physical condition and have some prior yoga experience.
Ashtanga Yoga is a traditional style of yoga that involves synchronizing the breath with movement
thereby creating an intense internal heat (and sweat!) purifying both the body and the mind. Students in this class
will receive physical adjustments from instructors.
The traditional way of learning Ashtanga yoga, the Mysore class is the way Ashtanga Yoga is taught
in Mysore, India. In this class, students practice individually. The instructor does not verbally
lead students through postures, but instead walks around the room and gives physical
adjustments to students as they practice at their own pace. This class is for students who are
familiar with the primary and second series of Ashtanga yoga.
Please join us on Sunday afternons for our Community Classes. These classes are donation-based and
are taught by our teacher trainees. All are welcome to attend!