We welcome you to mix things up and try a variety of classes!
Classes are not leveled, so if it's your first time trying a particular offering, we recommend talking with your teacher before class. All our teachers will be happy to meet you where you are and help you with any modifications you may need in your practice. We recommend starting with Foundations and Yin-based classes to those beginning their yoga journey, those coming back to their practice after being away for an extended time, or those returning to the mat following injury or illness.

A strong yoga practice begins with a sturdy foundation. Each week this class focuses on a specific pose or set of poses so that you can learn proper alignment, where to focus effort, and where to find release. This class will also break down and concentrate on good techniques to move through vinyasa transitions, learning to connect your breath with your movement. This class solidifies your yoga practice, increases strength, and improves flexibility.
Ideal for beginners or those looking to solidify their existing practice.


Experience an instructor-led practice of the Primary Series of the Ashtanga yoga system, as taught in the tradition of Sri K. Pattabhi Jois. This steady but challenging practice consists of a set sequence of postures that utilizes drishtis (focus points) and bandhas (energy locks) to improve strength, flexibility, alignment, and concentration.


Chair yoga is just that, a regular yoga class with asanas (poses) done on or supported with a chair. It is a wonderful way for people to practice yoga while recovering from an injury, taking medication that may cause dizziness, or people living with chronic conditions that may make a traditional “mat” based practice more difficult. Chair yoga is accessible to everyone. (You’ll even be able to learn how to do it at your desk at work!) 


Learn how to practice mindfulness and meditation techniques that you can use in your everyday life to help you reduce stress, improve memory, and aid sleep. Additional benefits of meditation include coping with chronic pain, weight loss, interpersonal relationship improvement, and much more. Explore many different styles of meditation from week to week so that you can find which ones you can fit into your daily life with ease.  {Offered the last Saturday of the month}


A challenging and vigorous vinyasa class. Creating heat through faster-paced flows, this class focuses on building strength with powerful holds. Held in a room heated between 80-85°.


Slow Flow yoga takes the time to peacefully find your edge and deepen your practice.  This all-levels class focuses on mindfully transitioning between asanas helping you release stress and build body-mind-spirit awareness. An exploratory warm-up is followed by flowing asanas that dive deep into your embodied experience. Slow and smooth, but challenging.


 A typical class will combine strength, stretch, and balance asanas, vinyasas (belly down, belly up, side down and chakra), breathing techniques, and turns on the mat, creatively integrated using all major ranges of motion for arms, legs and spine. The primary goal of the practice is not only to work the physical body, but to target one’s concentration, balance energy and the nervous system, develop focus and attention, to turn awareness inward, creating a serenely stable inner-atmosphere conducive for personal development.


Vinyasa flow is a succinct progression of foundational postures, slowly incorporating more challenging postures, using breath as its guide. This practice consists of standing, balance, and strength postures with the breath opening up the different energy centers, bringing balance to the body and mind.


An energetic vinyasa practice that promotes strength, flexibility, and balance is followed by a short segment of Yin yoga to help relax and restore the body.


Longer held, floor-based yoga poses designed to quiet the mind, stretch connective tissue, and increase relaxation. Increase flexibility, relieve stress, and improve range of motion.


Longer held, floor-based yoga poses designed to stretch connective tissue and joints with a focus on releasing tension in the back, neck and shoulders. Props are often utilized to improve alignment and support a deepening of each pose.


A gentle, floor-based practice designed to quiet the mind, stretch connective tissue, and increase relaxation using the additional support of props.


Ease into your practice by beginning with Yin yoga, allowing you to slowly release stress and tension and wake-up the body. Move into a flowing vinyasa segment to build strength and balance.


Yoga nidra (yogic sleep) is a state of consciousness between waking and sleeping in which the body is completely relaxed, and the practitioner becomes systematically and increasingly aware of the inner world by following a set of verbal instructions.  The result is among the deepest possible states of relaxation while still maintaining full consciousness.