Class descriptions and fees

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All levels

All levels is a good introduction to yoga, appropriate for beginners and advanced students.  You will learn how to execute postures correctly and develop breath awareness.

Yin/Yang Yoga

Yin/Yang yoga combines the complimentary practices of yang and yin yoga as a way of bringing the body into balance. The yang portion uses rhythmic, repetitive motion to gently stretch and strengthen your muscles while inviting your breath to deepen and blood to circulate. The yin part of practice is cooling and postures are held longer with an emphasis on mindfulness. Some experience is recommended but not necessary.

Yoga Flow

Yoga flow is a more active class. For those looking for more of a workout, this is the class for you.  Poses are connected with transitions and the breath aids in keeping the heat in the body.


Restorative class is a relaxation and regeneration practice.  Equipment is used to promote passive postures.  The postures are held longer so that the body can learn to completely relax.

Yin Yoga

Yin Yoga is a mindful practice which is designed to open up the stiffer parts of the body, the fascia (connective tissue), ligaments, tendons, and joints.  It also helps to relieve blockages in the energy lines of the body (meridian lines, chi, or life force).

In this practice we are instructed to take poses to our edge, using our minds and breath to stay  in the poses for 3 to 5 minutes.  The reason for the length of time in the poses is to allow stretching to occur in these more rigid parts of the body.  Yin Yoga is a great balance to the Yang Practice (a more physical practice, such as Yoga Flow or Ashtanga.)  It will help your body to be more comfortable when coming into  stillness for meditation.  

Ashtanga Yoga

Ashtanga Yoga is an active class which helps to balance the mental, physical and spiritual pressures and stresses posed by the modern world we live in today.  it develops union of mind, body and spirit.  We begin with warm ups using Surya Nmaskara A and B (Sun Salutations), followed by standing poses, all guided by the breath.  Next are the seated postures with pose and counterpose.  Then we move on to the prone poses, laying on the floor.  Lastly stretching the neck and spine, balancing out the forward bending asanas, with Setu Bandhasana (the bridge Pose), finishing postures and inversions.  We conclude with Savasana (Corpse Pose).  This pose allows the body to integrate and remember the balancing effects of the practice just completed.

Hatha Yoga

Beginners, intermediate, advanced -  Hatha Yoga is a holistic approach to promoting vibrant health and personal fulfillment.  Hatha Yoga embraces the physical aspects of Yoga, the classical Yoga poses (asana’s), breathing techniques (pranayama) and the ethical principles of Yoga (Yama’s and Niyama’s).  Meditation and relaxation techniques form a part of our Hatha Yoga classes.

Gentle Hatha

Gentle yet stimulating sessions directed toward exploring and realizing best possible individual outcomes. The sessions offer opportunity for participants to work toward their potential through guided muscle activity, breath work, and mind-body connection.

Chair Yoga

Chair yoga is a gentle practice in which regular standing and seated postures are performed with the support of a chair (provided). It builds strength and balance while improving flexibility to help relieve stiffness and promote peace of mind.  Breathing techniques and relaxation are incorporated into every class. This style of yoga is great for beginners and for those who want to focus on a gentle practice. 

  Although classes are group focused, individuals are encouraged to work toward what their own bodies will accommodate and respond to.