Popular flowing style of yoga known for practicing deep breathing and increasing self-awareness, as well as fitness. Students who like moving with their breath to build heat, strength and flexibility will favor vinyasa yoga. Expect unique sequences and a wide range of music.
Sweat Factor: 8 | Chill Factor: 5
Hot Vinyasa Flow (85 degrees)
Practice flow yoga in a heated room to increase heart rate and sweating. The heated room helps open and stretch your tightest muscles. Expect unique sequences and chill time.
Sweat Factor: 10 | Chill Factor: 4
Vinyasa & Core Strength
Vinyasa Flow Yoga and targeted core strengthening sets combine to stretch, build and maintain a variety of muscles from your pelvis to your shoulders. Using dynamic movement, breathing and repetitions, this class is perfect for students practicing arm balances and for cross training. Expect unique sequences and a wide range of music.
Sweat Factor: 9 | Chill Factor: 5
A well-rounded yoga class exploring postures (asanas), breathing exercises, and energy balance (pranayama). Classes include training in: pose alignment, relaxation techniques, concentration, and meditation. Expect to improve your overall sense of well-being.
Sweat Factor: 7 | Chill Factor: 7
Vinyasa and Yin
A flowing yoga sequence that explores the contrast between movement and stillness. Begin by building heat in the body through a vigorous vinyasa practice that strengthens the major muscle groups within the body, and then move into the stillness of Yin to promote growth, clear energetic blockages, and enhance circulation. Sequences will target the connective tissue, specifically ligaments and tendons in the joints and spine. Great as a therapeutic practice.
Sweat Factor: 8 | Chill Factor: 8
Aerial Yoga with Silk Hammocks
Aerial Yoga is a powerfully therapeutic practice, combining the strength and grace of traditional asana with the ease of gravity assisted stretching. Whether new to the mat or hoping to deepen your floor practice, aerial asana strengthens the arms and core while opening the hips and heart.
Sweat Factor: 4 | Chill Factor: 9
Practice 8 to 10 poses to gain flexibility and cultivate patience. Yin Yoga sequences target connective tissue, specifically ligaments and tendons in the joints and spine. When lengthening these tissues and releasing energetic knots, we increase our range of motion. Muscles account for about 40% of the resistance against the body’s flexibility, while connective tissue accounts for about 50%. Yin Yoga explores postures of stillness for promoting growth, clearing energetic blockages, and enhancing circulation. Students will receive one-on-one attention for modifications and prop positioning. Great as a therapeutic practice.
Sweat Factor: 0 | Chill Factor: 8
A well-rounded yoga class exploring postures (asanas), breathing exercises (pranayama), and energy balancing, in a room gently heated to around 78 degrees.
Sweat Factor: 8 | Chill Factor: 7
A strong core is vital for a thriving yoga practice and also serves to reduce back pain. Creative core sequences work to support a strong back and abdomen. Core sequences prepare students for ease in yoga poses like triangle, arm balances and backbends. Pairs well with Vinyasa at 6pm!
Sweat Factor: 6 | Chill Factor: 3