Class Descriptions

Yoga Foundations

This class is an introduction to Power Yoga.  It is a great way to get a full view of the foundations for your yoga practice.  We will visit fundamental postures and break down the anatomical alignment.  Yoga Foundations is an opportunity to learn the shapes of the poses for a beginner and also deepen your practice for a novice.

Yin & Yang

In yoga, there are two basic approaches: Yin & Yang.  In this class, we experience both.  The first half of class is led through simplified motions of a flowing (yang) yoga practice.  The other half of class is a calming and soothing (yin) style.

We will use props throughout the class to emphasize safety, alignment, and support as we explore the dynamic and static experiences of yoga.

Restorative Yoga

Renew your body and mind in restorative postures.  Each pose is held for 3-5 minutes to surrender your body into relaxation and calm your mind.  This is an ideal sequence for lower back, hip, and shoulder stiffness.  We will focus beyond the muscle tissue and to melt lines of fascia.

Vinyasa Yoga

In our Vinyasa classes, you will be guided through a series of traditional yoga postures in a warm space that will help gain mobility, stability, and power.  This is an all-levels active flow through creative and safe sequences to find new capabilities as your practice deepens.  

If you are new to yoga, w suggest you take a Yoga Foundations class before a Vinyasa class.  That will give you a strong base to build from for your practice.


In this class, you work to get great detoxification benefits, increased circulation, improved balance, and a stronger core while exploring this class. This sequence is designed for all levels and the temperature/humidity combination of the room will help you safely find your depth in the postures.

Yoga Strength

We introduce resistance into your yoga practice with this class.  When we meet, you pick up weights and build strength to unlock new possibilities during our flow and include dynamic movements in our practice.