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Class Descriptions

Our classes are all levels and include modifications and challenges that fit all students.

If you have never taken a yoga class and\or just getting started with a physical practice, we suggest starting with one of the following: Mindful Movement, Slow Burn | Flow, or Yin. We also hold monthly Beginner Yoga Intro Series to help ease you into your yoga journey.

Chair Yoga

Chair yoga is a low impact class which uses a chair to modify yoga poses while seated or for balance while standing. Students get the same benefits as a traditional floor yoga practice, like boosting flexibility, strength, and overall mental well-being. Anyone can enjoy chair yoga, but in particular those with limited mobility and older adults. 

Express Classes

45min Vinyasa-based yoga class that offers a practice that focuses on strength, endurance, and mental focus. This class starts slower to honor our bodies at 6am. The main flow centers on traditional Sun Salutations A & B. These cycles of postures are designed to awaken and build a powerful level of energy in the body. Variations and progressions add different levels of intensity, interest and challenge to the practice, while allowing newer yogis to work at their own safe level.

Lotus Fusion

Lotus Fusion fuses yoga and cardio into a beautiful blend! Turn up the heat on your mat! Start with Vinyasa flow to warm up the body and ground the mind. Move onto a cardio strength training interval for a full body workout. Finish with a sweet release flow to promote relaxation and recovery. Classes will be held in a warm room around 80 degrees. 

Chakra Flow

Chakra Focus will tune you into your subtle body, one vortex at a time. From the roots of our feet to the crown of our head, we will use various asanas (poses) and pranayama (breath practice) to enhance awareness in specific chakras. Class ends with meditation to strengthen our minds and reconnect to ourselves.

Happy Hour

Friday happy hour, but with a conscious twist. Each class is different and postures are sequenced in a way to help increase flexibility, strengthen and tone muscles, and allow you to tune in to your body’s own rhythm. 

Mindful Movement (Beginner)

Perfect for beginners, those easing back into their practice, or if you just want a chill class. Slow movements on the breath to stretch out and center yourself. Time will be taken within each pose for students to move, adjust, and explore. Class will include modifications & variations. Appropriate for all levels. 

Reiki Yoga (Restorative)

Reiki Yoga merges two ancient modalities into one powerful duo for students looking to dive deeper into their own spirituality. This potent combo allows yogis to access their own healing energy through restorative yoga combined with basic Reiki. Reiki will be delivered to the ares in which we are targeting in the poses. Class will end with a longer Reiki-infused savasana and grounding. Class is limited in order for each student to receive. 

Slow Burn | Slow Flow

With this type of yoga, you move your body slowly and deliberately into different poses that challenge your strength and flexibility, while at the same time focusing on relaxation and mindfulness. Hatha yoga places special emphasis on controlled breathing and posture.

Somatic Sunday

Somatics is a movement therapy, a way of re-educating the way our brain senses and moves the muscles. It is an incredibly subtle but effective way of working with the body. Somatic yoga differs from traditional yoga by placing a stronger emphasis on internal awareness and sensations. While traditional yoga often focuses on external alignment and achieving specific poses, somatic yoga prioritizes exploring and understanding how your body moves from within. It’s like a journey of self-discovery, using slow, mindful movements to release tension and create a deeper mind-body connection. Somatics and yoga may differ, but they complement each other very well.


A creative and dynamic form of yoga that uses breath to link physical yoga postures. Each class is different and postures are sequenced in a way to help increase flexibility, strengthen and tone muscles, and allow you to tune in to your body’s own rhythm. Although all levels are welcome, a reasonable level of fitness/mobility is recommended,


A mindful style of yoga that is based in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). Yin uses longer holds to access the fascia and connective tissue in the body. Postures are passive and mainly done on the floor. Yin yoga is unique in that you are asked to relax in the posture, soften the muscles and move closer to the bone. Poses are held for 3-5 minutes. The time spent in these postures is much like time spent in meditation. We offers two types of Yin classes: Candlelight Yin and Yin w Reiki.  Come experience the extra healing these classes offer.

Yoga Nidra

Yoga Nidra is a form of guided meditation also known as “yogic sleep” or “effortless relaxation”. It’s usually practiced lying down with a teacher guiding the session. The practice draws our attention inwards, and we learn to surf between the states of wakefulness and sleep, where our body finds its natural state of equilibrium (homeostasis) – the breath balances and becomes quiet, unconscious and conscious aspects of the mind reveal themselves, and we fall into an innate state of deep, blissful awareness.

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