Class Descriptions

We open 15 minutes before each scheduled class. If arriving more than 15 minutes early you may need to wait outside. Please be on time to class. Doors close at class start time. Late comers may not be admitted. Evening classes can fill up.

Turn your cell phone fully OFF. Not to vibrate, but OFF and do not take your phone into studio. Remove your shoes in the lobby, before entering the studio. Please be quiet as you wait for class to begin and keep you voices down while in the building.

Yoga Basics

New to yoga and want to stick to the basics? This class offers an introduction to the basics of Hatha yoga. Fundamental postures, breathwork, and relaxation techniques are introduced. Expect a slow pace and detailed instructions. No yoga experience necessary.

Hatha Yoga

This all-levels class incorporates more intermediate postures and moves quicker than Yoga Basics. We will focus on lengthening, opening, and strengthening the body with awareness in this strong practice. Some experience is recommended; variations will be shown to offer appropriate levels of challenge.

Int./Adv Hatha

Ready to delve deeper into your practice? This class is intelligently sequenced to work toward a peak pose, with options to practice more advanced backbends, arm balances, and inversions. Expect a rigorous class that encourages physical strength and mental focus. Yoga experience is required. Please have experience practicing headstand and full wheel pose.

Slow Flow Vinyasa

In this slower paced Vinyasa class, poses are held for longer periods of time to allow for a deeper experience both physically and mentally. Equal emphasis is placed on building strength and balance, breathing mindfully, increasing flexibility, strengthening mental focus, and relaxing into the moment. This class serves as an introduction to the vinyasa style and will incorporate fundamental yoga postures into the sun salutation, moving at a slow, steady pace to get used to the flow. All levels of yoga experience are welcome in this class.

Vinyasa Yoga

Develop a connection between your breath and movement through this powerful practice. Sun salutations, seated and standing postures are creatively sequenced into a flow, encouraging strength, detoxification, and mindfulness. All levels are welcome but experience is recommended, as we transition through postures quite quickly.

Int./Adv. Vinyasa

Ready to delve deeper into your practice? This class is intelligently sequenced to work toward a peak pose, with options to practice more advanced backbends, arm balances, and inversions. Expect a rigorous class that encourages physical strength and mental focus. Yoga experience is required. Please have experience practicing headstand and full wheel pose.

Vinyasa-Yin

This class offers a well-balanced practice of vinyasa and yin yoga. You'll find the energizing, strengthening aspects of a vinyasa practice, complemented by the calming benefits of yin. Balancing both the physical and subtle energetic bodies in this way results in a quieting of the mind. All levels of yoga experience are welcome in this class.

Restorative Yoga

Restorative yoga offers active therapeutic relaxation. You will stay in traditional yoga postures, modified by using blankets and props, for longer periods of time (five minutes or more), in order to thoroughly rest. This class is ideal for those looking to reduce physical and mental stress, as well as for those suffering from chronic pain or recovering from illness or injury. No yoga experience required, and all levels are welcome.

Yin Yoga & Meditation

Yin yoga uses passive postures held for longer periods of time (around five minutes) to allow for deep opening of the connective tissues in the hips, pelvis, and spine. This practice includes mostly sitting or lying postures to promote growth, clear energetic blockages, and enhance circulation. Yin yoga is calm, quiet, and deep, and it is a good complement to yang (more active) styles of yoga and other activities. We end class with a led meditation. No yoga experience required, and all levels are welcome.

Kundalini Yoga

Kundalini is a dynamic, powerful tool for expanding awareness. As an integrated and authentic system of exercise, breath control, chanting, and meditation that has been practiced in India for millenia, it is safe, comprehensive, and simple. Kundalini yoga promotes physical health, stimulates the mind's potential, and touches one's innermost being. It is especially beneficial in helping people to cope with daily challenges and stressful situations. Although some techniques are similar to those in hatha and vinyasa classes, Kundalini provides a unique yoga experience. No yoga experience required, and all levels are welcome.

AM Yoga

Start your day with yoga to energize your body and focus your mind. This is an open-level, mixed-style class. Expect a combination of postures, breathwork, and meditation techniques, with modifications to meet the needs of beginner through advanced yoga practitioners.

$7 Yoga

Pay just $7 for this open-level, mixed-style class. Cash only paid at time of class, please. Those with memberships, unlimited month and 30/30 passes are welcome at no additional charge.

Faq

I'm new to yoga. What classes are for me?

If you are new to yoga we highly recommend you join us for our free Yoga 101 Workshop if you are brand new to yoga. We also recommend our Yoga Basics for at least six classes which will give you all you need to feel comfortable and confident as you venture into other yoga classes. After you've completed at least six Basics classes, feel free to attend our "Open" or "All Levels" classes. From there, talk with your instructors and get their advice as you move deeper into your practice.

Is someone there at the studio all day?

No. We are a neighborhood studio and we're not there onsite all day. The doors are open 15 minutes before each class. Get there a few minutes early so that you don't feel rushed.

Is it OK to eat before yoga class?

It's good to drink plenty of water before and after class but try to come to class with an empty (or nearly empty) stomach.

What happens if the weather is bad?

If the weather requires that we cancel class for your or your instructor's safety we will post that at least one hour before class start time. You can check to see if we have cancelled class because of the weather by visiting our WebScheduler.

What should I bring to class?

We recommend that you bring your own yoga mat, but if you don’t have one you can use one of ours. Other than that, you don't need to bring anything to your yoga class.

What should I wear to class?

Wear comfortable clothes that you can move in, and take off your shoes in the lobby before entering the studio. You may find form fitting clothing is best as it stays out of your way as you move through poses. Limit use of perfume just before class.

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