Each class is open to all levels from brand new beginners to experienced practitioners. Please arrive 10 minutes early, avoid eating 2 hours prior to class, refrain from wearing heavy perfume/cologne, bring a towel, water, and a yoga mat…(or borrow one of ours!)
Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga - Ashtanga Yoga is an ancient, highly athletic and intensely physical style of yoga that gained popularity in India in the early 1900s. Though most forms of yoga place an emphasis on flexibility, while others may place emphasis on strength, Ashtanga yoga and its challenging and unique postures were created in a way that ensures the body will become strong and toned with regular practice, while maintaining deep flexibility, to create long, lean muscles instead of creating bulky muscles. Though sometimes referred to as the "complete fitness" Yoga, Ashtanga is not just about physical fitness, but touts the belief that through this intense practice with its many "challenge postures," the body and mind are humbled and purified, thus opening the door to "samadhi" or "enlightenment." This "Ashtanga Vinyasa" class will follow traditional Vinyasa format, while incorporating some of Ashtanga's unique poses that you may never have tried before or ever even experienced in another Vinyasa class. Come try something new and have a blast along the way!
Barre Strength - A class that integrates fat-burning interval training with muscle-sculpting isometric exercises to systematically lengthen and sculpt your muscles to create a lean and beautiful body. Utilizing your own body weight, small hand weights and other simple props, your muscles are targeted to the point of fatigue and then immediately stretched for relief. This non-impact workout targets all muscle groups and improves core strength and posture. Class is conducted in bare feet or grippy socks - no sneakers. Please bring a mat to class, all other equipment will be provided.
Beginner Vinyasa Yoga and Guided Meditation - Teaches you the foundation of Vinyasa Flow Yoga, a dynamic yoga style that links the movement with the breath. Meditation can remove stress and replace it with a dose of inner peace. It's one of the best tools we have to balance our emotions, deal with physical and psychological distress, and promote the peace of the present moment. But it can be tough to meditate without a teacher or guide. Enter guided meditations. Meditating on your own requires some effort, while guided meditations literally walk you through a meditation and help you find a calm and peaceful state—one step at a time.
Deep Stretch Yoga (therapeutic) - Ths class focuses on deep release in the joints and tissues of the body, especially the back, hips, thighs and legs. Focus on these tissues has a better effect on stretching and exercising the joint areas of the body. Great for runners and new yogis. It's the perfect complement to your regular workouts and/or yoga practice.
Hot Vinyasa Yoga - A flowing series of postures, each movement synchronized with the breath. An aerobic, full body workout conducted at a very warm temperature to promote flexibility and place the body in an optimal state to receive the maximum benefit from your yoga practice. Sweating quickly and efficiently detoxifies – keeping the body from overheating. Every muscle, organ, gland, joint and system are addressed, while the mind is focused.
Sculpt 360 & Yogalates - A challenging full body workout utilizing light hand weights for upper body weight training exercises, while performing a series of power yoga poses for the core and lower body strength. Sculpt 360 and Yogalates will help you to burn more calories, build greater strength, lose weight and meet your fitness goals.
Sculpt Barre - A low impact, full body, floor barre workout that will lift your seat and tone your thighs, abs and arms. We use small, isometric movements to target a specific area of the body, bringing that group of muscles to the point of fatigue. Toning exercises are followed by a series of stretches to elongate the muscles and promote long and lean muscle mass. This class is designed for people at all levels of fitness; the positions we use are basic, it's how deep you work in them that will make the difference!
Slow Flow Yoga - Vinyasa Slow Flow Yoga is a smooth way of practicing yoga where poses run together and become like a dance. The breath is an important component of the practice as the teacher instructs students to move from one pose to the next on an inhale or an exhale. Slow Flow yoga is perfect for beginners to become familiar with yoga postures. It's also a wonderful practice for intermediate to advanced students to slow down and deepen their practice. In Slow Flow expect a focus on proper alignment and positioning with deeper attention paid to the foundation of your yoga practice, as you use your breath to guide you in and out of yoga poses.
Vinyasa Yoga - A flowing series of postures, each movement synchronized with the breath. A breath for breath full body flow which builds strength, flexibility, balance and endurance while detoxifying and relaxing the body and mind.
Yin Yoga - focuses on deep stretches to really loosen up and balance the low back, hips and legs. This slow form of yoga focuses on holding postures (asanas) for extended periods of time, often five minutes or more. Yin Yoga is a perfect complement to the dynamic and muscular (yang) styles of yoga that emphasize internal heat, and the lengthening and contracting of our muscles.
Yin/Yang Yoga - A balanced practice incorporating both deep stretch and flowing asana to lengthen and strengthen muscles and connective tissue while connecting body and mind. Our yin practice will target ligaments and joints, nourishing vital structures needed for our yang practice. Our yang practice will focus on alignment, flowing gently through poses appropriate for all levels.
Level 1 - Perfect for brand-new beginners to yoga and those wanting more verbal instruction, lots of modifications will be offerred from the instructor for those that have not exercised recently.
Level 2 - This class is for those familiar with basic yoga postures , it is also suitable for those new to yoga who exercise regularly. Plenty of verbal instruction from the teachers. You will sweat and smile.
Level 3 - More advanced yoga postures, inversions, less modifications offered by the instructors. This is a challenging class where you will sweat (and smile).