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 Basics - This class is based on the Ashtanga Primary Series and allows students time to break down poses, experiment with jumping back and through as well as ask questions. The class begins with Sun Salutations A and B and closes with a well deserved savasana.
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.
Insanity - It is a total body, circuit training workout that uses only your body weight as resistance. The system is based on the concept of "Max Interval Training." Traditional interval training requires you to exercise at a highly intense pace for a short period with longer periods of rest in between. Max Interval Training, on the other hand, reverses that concept by having you working as hard as you can for 3-minute intervals, separated by short 30-second periods of rest. During the intense intervals, you will move from one exercise to another with little or no rest between. We recommend that you wear cross-training shoes for this class.
Iron Yoga - A Vinyasa practice where light hand weights are used to challenge and strengthen muscles—excellent for preventing osteoporosis. Read how Iron Yoga can help you become healthier and stronger.
Restorative Yoga - A meditative and gentle practice, including stretching to increase flexibility and release stress. Restorative classes are very relaxing and are a good complement to more active practices. It will leave you feeling open and refreshed. Restorative yoga provides healing for the body and the mind. It is especially useful when you need to eliminate fatigue and stress that result from your daily activities. It can also help you recover from illness and injury or overcome emotional depression and anxiety. Constant practice of restorative yoga will make your body less vulnerable to stress-related illnesses and help you achieve optimal health.
Slow Flow - 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.
Sports Yoga - Specially designed for today's athletes both recreational and professional. This recent style of conditioning has been adopted by athletes around the world to increase stamina, focus and flexibility to help reach a peak performance level and prevent injuries.
Turbo Kick - Sure, it's kickboxing, but it's so much more! You'll kick, punch and groove your way to a brand new body in this action-packed, super fun, super safe and effective cardiovascular workout. This addictive workout combines shadow boxing, kickboxing, sports drills, dancing, yoga, and simple dance moves in a party atmosphere where losing weight is the side effect of having FUN! We recommend that you wear cross-training shoes for this class.
Vinyasa - A flowing series of postures, each movement synchronized with the breath. An aerobic, full body workout which builds strength, flexibility, balance and endurance while detoxifying and relaxing the body and mind.
Hot Vinyasa - 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.
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).