Class Descriptions

Not sure what the difference is between hatha and vinyasa? Unsure of where to start as a beginner? Need to know which class is more cardio or which is more relaxing and restorative? Don’t worry—we’ve got you covered! Check our class descriptions below.

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Hatha

The most popular yoga in the West! Hatha is translated as ha meaning sun and tha meaning moon. This refers to the balance of masculine aspects—active, hot, sun—and feminine aspects—receptive, cool, moon—within all of us. Hatha yoga is a path toward creating balance and uniting opposites.

Hatha yoga is a holistic path of wellness that includes the performance of various physical postures (held for 4-6 yogic breaths), mudras (hand gestures), breath-work (pranayama), and restful meditation. These combined techniques powerfully release tension from the body and mind.

A great class for everyone!

Yin

Yin yoga is a quiet practice consisting of primarily floor-based postures which are held for three to five minutes. Yin yoga targets the body's connective tissue, particularly addressing the mobility and health of the hips, pelvis, and spine. All poses are performed with a focus on the breath to release resistance and activate the flow of prana through the core of the body.

Great for beginners and those looking for more flexibility in their legs and hips.

Gentle

This restful class is features a more gentle and slow practice focused on breath, propoer alignment, and deep stretching. This class is a wonderful, meditative, and mindful stress-reducer!

Perfect for beginners or those of us looking to relax!

Restorative

Restorative yoga is a deeply restful practice in which the body is fully supported by bolsters, blankets, straps, and/or blocks. Long holds of these gently held postures provide the opportunity for muscles to melt and the mind to release.

Great for students who are stressed, recovering from an illness or injury, or who seek to regain their quality of life. Highly recommended for beginners!

Hatha Flow

This class combines Hatha yoga fundamentals of breath, meditation, and postures with a slow Vinyasa flow centered around sun salutations.

Vinyasa Flow

Vinyasa is Sanskrit for a flowing sequence. Vinyasa Flow yoga is a rigorous practice where students fluidly move from one pose to the next while syncing their breath with movements. This practice incorporates strength, flexibility, balance, cardio, and physical and mental stamina together in one dynamic and invigorating session. Vinyasa yoga is based around sun salutations, providing you with a rewarding and meaningful hour on your mat.

A great class for everyone!

Yin/Yang Fusion

Experience a balanced blend of Vinyasa Flow practice followed by soothing Yin.

A great class for everyone!

Hot Power Vinyasa Flow

Power Vinyasa Flow yoga is a rigorous form of yoga where students fluidly move from one pose to the next while syncing their breathing with their movements. This practice is offered in a heated studio, making it exceptionally revitalizing and detoxifying. It incorporates strength, flexibility, balance, cardio, and physical and mental stamina in one session.

Students should have a basic understanding of yoga postures in order to participate in this class as it’s best suited for intermediate to advanced students.

Sunrise

Start your day with a fusion of Hatha, Vinyasa Flow, and Slow Flow poses.

A great class for everyone!

Meditation

Meditation is a science, as when its techniques are facilitated with precision and care, results are produced consistently. Meditation offers countless benefits and plays a crucial role in the development of higher levels of awareness; the ability to see things clearly. It is a practice that is necessary for spiritual evolution and leads the adept to direct communication with spirit.

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