Curious what yoga class is the right fit for you?

Check out our yoga class descriptions to better understand our offerings!

 

 

Hatha

Who is it great for? Anyone from beginner to experienced! Hatha is a great foundation for any yoga practice.

Pregnant Students: Hatha is a great class for you up until the 34th week of pregnancy. Please let your teacher know so they can give appropriate variations for you. Your safety is important to us so please avoid attendance after the 34th week.

Detailed Hatha Yoga Class Description

Hatha Yoga is a system of yoga introduced in the 15th century in India. This particular system of yoga is the most popular, and is the one from which several other styles of yoga is derived. Hatha Yoga is utilized to achieve balance between body and mind, as well as attempting to free the more subtle spiritual elements of the mind through physical postures, breathing techniques, and meditation. This class is for all levels.

 

Vinyasa

Who is it great for? Anyone who is looking for an energetic, flow style practice that connects dynamic movements with breath. Although this class is suitable for all levels we do recommend some familiarity with common yoga poses before attending. Follow the link for a useful resource on sun salutations!

Pregnant Students: During your 1st trimester you’re welcome to attend vinyasa. Your safety is important to us so please attend hatha or restorative in your 2nd or 3rd trimester up until the 34th week.

Detailed Vinyasa Yoga Class Description

Vinyasa Flow is an intense and flowing type of hatha yoga that improves strength, flexibility and concentration. Each class will include a short meditation, breathing exercise (pranayama), surya namaskara (sun salutations) and end in a deep relaxation (savasana). The postures together with controlled breathing produces heat and cleanses the body. Modifications for postures will be given throughout the class making it great for all levels. Leave feeling confident and energized!

 

 

Yin

Who is it great for? Anyone looking to get a deeper stretch with longer, juicier holds. A great option after an active day! The slower pacing of the class makes it suitable for all levels.

Pregnant Students: Yin is recommended only for students in their 1st trimester of pregnancy. Your safety is important to us and even though yin moves more slowly the risk of damage to connective tissue is greater during pregnancy. Please consider practicing restorative as an alternative in 2nd and 3rd trimester.

Detailed Yin Yoga Class Description

Yin Yoga has the same goals and objectives as any other school of yoga. However, the practice is meant to stimulate deeper than the superficial or muscular tissues, also known as the yang tissues. Yin Yoga targets the connective tissues, such as the ligaments, bones, and even the joints of the body that normally are not exercised very much in a more active style of asana practice. Yin yoga postures are typically held for long periods of time than an active practice (1 minute – 10 minutes). This style of yoga is suitable for students of all levels.

 

Restorative

Who is it great for? Anyone looking for a calm, soothing practice which is supported by props. Comfort is the priority in this meditative, healing style of practice. This class is great for anyone, including beginners or those recovering from injury.

Pregnant Students: Restorative is a great option for you up until the 34th week of pregnancy. Please let your teacher know so they can give appropriate variations for you. Your safety is important to us so please avoid attendance after the 34th week.

Detailed Restorative Yoga Class Description

Restorative yoga is thought of by many as “active relaxation”. It is specifically designed for when you feel fatigued, weak or stressed from daily life. The props used while practicing the various restorative yoga poses are designed to provide support and be conducive to total relaxation. Typically poses are held for longer periods of time (up to 10 minutes) to further this healing affect for the nervous system. Additionally, each of the restorative yoga poses moves the spine in different directions, putting into practice the ancient yoga idea that a healthy spine promotes well-being. All levels are welcome and all props are provided for the class.
 
Kundalini
 
Who is this great for? Those with an open mind looking to awaken kundalini energy! If you enjoy dynamic asana, mantra (sacred sound) and experimenting with other yoga-based techniques then this spiritual practice is for you.

Pregnant Students: During your 1st trimester you’re welcome to attend kundalini (please inform your teacher). Your safety is important to us so please attend hatha or restorative in your 2nd or 3rd trimester up until the 34th week.

Detailed Kundalini Yoga Class Description

Our Kundalini class is open to all levels of practice. It incorporates yoga postures, breathing exercises, mantras, mudras and meditation to awaken the Kundalini energy housed at the base of the spine. Kundalini yoga is an ancient tool for promoting physical well-being, expanding consciousness and tapping into creativity.

 

Hatha Core

Who is this great for? Anyone who loves the idea of a core focused practice. Be prepared for a balanced practice that includes the same elements as a hatha practice with a core strengthening intention. Students who enjoy pilates will appreciate this unique class.  

Pregnant Students: Hatha Core is recommended only for students in their 1st trimester of pregnancy. Your safety is important to us. Please consider practicing hatha or restorative as an alternative in your 2nd and 3rd trimester.

Detailed Hatha Core Yoga Class Description

Hatha Yoga is a system of yoga introduced in the 15th century in India. This particular system of yoga is the most popular, and is the one from which several other styles of yoga is derived. Hatha Yoga is utilized to achieve balance between body and mind, as well as attempting to free the more subtle spiritual elements of the mind through physical postures, breathing techniques, and meditation. This class is for all levels.
“Core” meaning more than just the abdominal muscles but the muscles that support the “core” or trunk of the body. The perfect practice if you’re looking to improve posture, prevent back pain, and support the spine.

Apres Flow

Who is this great for? Students looking for a gentle vinyasa experience after a day on the mountain. The perfect class for anyone looking to unwind for their apres.

Pregnant Students: Apres Flow is recommended only for students in their 1st trimester of pregnancy. Your safety is important to us. Please consider practicing hatha or restorative as an alternative in your 2nd and 3rd trimester.

Detailed Apres Flow Yoga Class Description

Apres Flow is a type of hatha yoga that connects movement with breath to help improve strength, flexibility and concentration. Expect to experience meditation, breathing exercise (pranayama), gentle surya namaskara (sun salutations) and end in a deep relaxation (savasana). The postures together with controlled breathing produces heat and assists in cleansing the body. Modifications for postures will be given throughout the class making it great for all levels. Leave feeling refreshed after a day on the mountain.

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