Class Descriptions

Hot Vinyasa

This flow yoga class is performed in a heated room combining breath with movement. These energizing sequences help to build strength, flexibility, and endurance. This sweaty class will leave you feeling challenged, refreshed, and inspired!

Yoga Flow (warm not hot)

Yoga Flow keeps you moving to build internal heat. This class will help develop strength, flexibility and skill level and leave you feeling energized and de-stressed.

Gentle Yoga (not heated)

Gentle Flow Yoga is a softer approach to our other yoga classes. While the poses still flow together, it will move at a slower pace and be gentler in practice. The focus will be on basic movements, stress relief, and relaxation.

Mat Pilates

Mat Pilates is a series of exercises designed to strengthen the core muscles of the pelvis, abdomen and back to improve balance, strength and flexibility.

HIIT and Flow

This class is a fun blend of interval training, core work, and yoga asana designed to get you moving and sweating while leaving plenty of time to stretch, cool down, and become still. Research has shown that both of these types of physical practices help to strengthen muscles, boost metabolism, improve heart health as well as build defenses against stress, fatigue, and illness. Class will begin with breath exercises and warm-ups followed by 15-30 minutes of intervals and core work. It will end with a relaxing yoga practice to leave you feeling calm and empowered.

Chair Yoga

Chair yoga is a gentle practice using a chair to make postures accessible seated and/or standing. This practice is for anyone looking to improve posture, increase flexibility, and improve balance while avoiding injury.

Yoga Basics

Yoga Basics is a non-heated class focused on the fundamentals and foundations of traditional yoga poses. This class is great for beginners, seniors, and/or those with minor injuries.

T’ai Chi Chih

T’ai Chi Chih is Moving Meditation, which consists of 19 moves and 1 pose. There is no special equipment or clothing required to learn and practice T’ai Chi Chih. T’ai Chi Chih can have tremendous benefits to those who practice regularly. Many have found that by practicing this simple moving meditation that their stress is reduced, their focus is better, balance and coordination improve, their immune system strengthened and so much more.