• Regular Class Styles

  • Vinyasa Flow

    Vinyasa is a fluid style of yoga that continually moves through a series of linked postures supported by the flow of the breath. This style of yoga tends to be quite energetic and invigorating, however this medium pace style allows for more time to explore the postures and refine depth and alignment. Each class ends with a lovely cool down period and relaxation. Some yoga experience is helpful for this style of practice.

  • Gentle Flow

    Fun, gentle and inspiring. Gentle Flow classes are a wonderful way to re-connect to the breath and the body. These classes are slow and accessible to people of all walks of life, if you have a body you are ready to practice!

  • Slow Flow and Resto

    Slow Flow and Resto is a gentle practice that affects both the muscle tissue of the body as well as our deep connective tissue. Each class begins with gentle yoga postures and some fluid standing salutations. The later half of the class is a deeper yin-restorative practice using the benefit of long, deep held, supported poses to affect the connective tissue of the body and calm the central nervous system. In today's busy world the stillness of yin and restorative styles of yoga provides practitioners with some much needed peace. The practice is supported with the use of yoga props (blocks, blankets and bolsters) to make each pose accessible, not matter what your flexibility or range of motion is.

  • Happy Hour

    This well rounded, mixed level yoga class is the perfect end of the day “cocktail”.

    A little sequenced movement and stretch, a little restorative release, and a final guided mediation to end each class.

  • Roll with the Flow

    A combination of Ball rolling and Flow Yoga, weaved together in a perfect package.

    The RollModel Therapy Ball System provides targeted self-massage trigger point therapy by using specially designed high grip balls and focused movement routines that help penetrate through layers of skin and muscle to message deeply into your high tension areas.

    Added benefits of ball rolling include enhanced breath function, increased mobility, reduced stress and improved posture and performance!

  • Hips and Hamstrings

    A moderate to intermediate flow class that is great for athletes or anyone who needs some space in some of the bodies tightest places.

  • Tranquil Moon

    This slow paced evening series will focus on helping you wind down and get a good night’s sleep. It will incorporate self massage, aromatherapy, breathwork, and gentle movements designed to restore your body to a state of tranquility.

  • Hatha Flow

    Hatha flow is a slow to moderate paced class where we explore various versions of the Sun Salutation using simple transitions (less planks and push ups). It is a great practice to create strength and length in the physical body and moves just fast enough to allow the mind to remain contained and clear.

  • Yin-Restorative

    Yin Restorative classes are a combination of 2 restorative style practices. Classes generally start with 45 mins of deep yin postures and end with 30 mins of restorative postures and relaxation.

    Yin Yoga uses the benefit of long, deep held, supported poses to affect the connective tissue of the body and calm the central nervous system. In today's busy world the stillness of yin provides practitioners with some much needed peace. The practice is supported with the use of yoga props (blocks, blankets and bolsters) to make each pose accessible, not matter what your flexibility or range of motion is.

    Restorative yoga is a releasing practice. It is about finding support, ease and rest in each of the postures. These postures are also supported with yoga props helping to promote full relaxation in both body and mind. Restorative yoga can be helpful to relieve pain and chronic stress, inspiring a sense of greater well-being.

    The relaxed nature of this Yin-Restorative classes have students leaving their mats feeling rested and calm.