Slow Flow Vinyasa

Experience Vinyasa Yoga at a gentler pace through clear, safe instruction. This class is designed to help you cultivate alignment and muscular activation in a pose. Beginner friendly, ideal for all students, all ages, those working with injuries or even experienced yogis looking to deepen their practice through finding alignment over depth. 

Restorative Yoga

Restorative Yoga is designed with gentle floor based sequences using supportive props such as blocks, straps, and blankets. By incorporating these tools into this practice, the student is able to relax into the stretch. Creating little effort to hold the pose. This class is ideal for all students, all ages and all levels of yoga. 

Kundalini Yoga

This practice inspires you to arrive with an open mind and open heart, encourages you to awaken the light of your soul and expand your awareness. Each class offers new postures, breath work, mudras and mantra specifically designed to strengthen your nervous system and awaken your cerebral spinal fluid. No previous yoga experience is required, class is welcome to all levels and all ages. 

Vinyasa Flow

Vinyasa Yoga is a fast, active practice synchronizing each movement with a breath! Encourages your mind to find balance between effort and ease. Vinyasa Flow is welcome to all levels of yoga, but Slow Flow practice or private sessions are encouraged before jumping into a Vinyasa Flow. 

Chi Flow

This class is a powerful blend of QiGong, Kundalini breathwork and Vinyasa Yoga. Qigong is an internal practice with fluid external movements. "Qi" is pronounced as "Chi" and is the life force energy that powers our body and our spirit. "Gong" translates to "To work or to Gather". This practice is ultimately designed to awaken your mind, body and spirit! All levels and all ages are welcome to practice. 

Yin Yoga

Yin yoga works deeply into our body with passive, longer-held poses by targeting our connective tissues – ligaments, joints, bones. These deep fascial networks connect our body and the meridians. This is in contrast to a Yang yoga practice such as Vinyasa, which more so targets stretching and activating the muscles. Yin yoga involves long holds in various seated and reclined postures. We hold the postures for up to 10 minutes and relax into the stretch with the help of supportive props such as blankets, bolsters and blocks as support to access deeper layers of fascia and to quiet the mind.