Class Types

Class Types

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.

GeneralYogaModerate/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.

Morning Flow Yoga – Moderate level flow yoga class to get your energy moving first thing in the morning! Some yoga background is necessary; although all poses can be modified as necessary.

Vigorous – A faster-paced class, vigorous practice includes more advanced postures and variations. Yoga experience required. Not suitable for students with injuries.

Specialty Yoga CarlaTherapyleft – These classes are designed for various populations, from prenatal to kids to Seniors.

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 thePrenatalir 2nd & 3rd trimesters; no yoga experience necessary.

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.

Other Classes

PilatesA 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.

Fit Bones & Body – 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.

Tai Chi – Building strength, improving balance, and increasing self-awareness, this ancient internal movement art form is a great complement to yoga practice. Tai Chi for Newcomers is open to all, while Tai Chi Ongoing class is limited to students with Tai Chi experience or the instructor’s permission.


“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