Selecting a Yoga Class
We offer a variety of ways for students to learn and practice yoga, from private instruction and specialty workshops to in-studio and on-line classes. If you have questions about which class is best for you, please contact us.
Yoga Class Descriptions
AM Yoga for Your Weekend
These classes are designed for anyone looking to let go of the week and ease into the weekend ahead. Perfect for all levels, classes release tension, improve mobility by targeting stiff body, and create a feeling of balance.
Easy Like Sunday Morning
Class begins with gentle stretches and simple poses accessible for people of all levels of practice. Class ends with a body scan and restorative poses, requiring minimal props. The end result is that you will feel relaxed and restored. Ideal for students with chronic symptoms such as muscle/joint pain, stiffness, weakness, or fatigue, or anyone who craves a restful practice.
Open Yoga: All Levels
This class welcomes everyone – from those with a foundational knowledge of yoga to teachers. Classes are ideal for students who are open to diving into the all that yoga has to offer.
Somatics and Yoga
What if aches and pains were preventable and reversible? Somatic Yoga classes can help. Somatics is a gentle form of movement designed to assist us in releasing patterns of pain in the body and improving human functioning. When we engage with our yoga practice somatically we stay with the questions: What am I feeling? Does this work for me? How could I be more comfortable here? Can I listen and learn from my body? We become empowered to know that we have choices and that we each know our experience and our body better than anyone else. Somatic practices are about responding to our ever-changing needs and giving ourselves permission to make our own choices about our bodies.
Yoga for Strength & Mobility
These classes are based on principles of movement: True mobility = flexibility + strength & motor control. We playfully step outside the box (and off the mat at times) to explore our practice and our movements with curiosity and possibility.