Browse through the class descriptions to find the type of yoga class that supports your journey to greater health and well-being!
General Yoga Practice
Gentle – A slower-paced yoga practice. These classes are perfect for people recovering from injuries, newcomers to yoga, or those who simply enjoy a gentle practice.
Moderate/Morning Yoga -Moderate classes explore intermediate level postures and breathwork, including various modifications to simplify or go deeper into the postures. Some yoga background is necessary.
Vigorous – A faster-paced class, vigorous practice includes more advanced postures and variations. Yoga experience required. Not suitable for students with injuries.
New to Yoga - Come learn the basic elements of a yoga practice – postures, breathing, and meditation. A gentle class that is suitable for everyone.
Yoga Basics - For beginners and ongoing students who want to refine their yoga posture alignment, and dive deeper into breath techniques and meditation. Taught at the easy moderate level.
Senior Chair Yoga - Perfect for Seniors and other students recovering from injuries. The class uses chair support for seated and standing postures.
Active Seniors - A more active class for Seniors that includes both floor and standing postures. Students must be able to get up and down from the floor.
Prenatal Yoga - This is a great class for preparing yourself and your baby for a healthy pregnancy and delivery. For mothers in their 2nd & 3rd trimesters; no yoga experience necessary.
Mommy & Me Yoga – Bring your baby along for a class especially for the two of you to bond and do yoga together. Includes strengthening for mom and stretching and muscle development for baby. Eight weeks old – crawling. No yoga experience need for Mom.
Restorative Yoga/Yoga Nidra - Release deep-seated stress and renew your body, mind, and spirit in these special yoga classes. Practiced on the floor in postures supported by yoga props. Open to everyone.
Pilates – A floor Pilates class taught at the beginner – intermediate level. Strengthen your core and tone your whole body. A perfect complement to your yoga practice! Not suitable for people with back injuries.
Pilates Plus! – All the core strengthening benefits of a regular Pilates floor class, plus additional work with weights and other props to increase bone health and improve balance.
“As a 45 year old teacher and a mom of two teenaged girls, what I seek most in my life is balance. Practicing yoga is the key to holding my life in balance. It is something that I practice for myself, my body, my mind, and with my community. Although I practice at home, appearing weekly on my mat at the studio is an appointment that I keep with myself. It’s my check-up: Where am I? What do I need? Am I feeling strong, flexible, scatterbrained, stuck? Taking a weekly class year after year affords me this. Yoga helps me grow balanced.” – Chris