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This class is designed for beginners to intermediates or anyone looking to explore the basics of the Vinyasa flow practice.  Build strength and stamina as you connect the flow of your breath to the flow of dynamic movement.  You can expect a safe and artful approach to sequencing, a mindful pace, purposeful challenges and the opportunity (and guidance) to learn over time and modify for yor own needs.  Basic flow focuses on accessible and foundational yoga poses. This class is perfect for all  levels who want to explore the basics of flow!


For students completely new to yoga. This class works on the alignment in basic poses, breathing techniques and the beginnings of meditation. Expect slow-paced and detailed instruction.


A class designed to focus on flexibility training by going through a series of dynamic and static stretches which will help lengthen and tone your muscles.  All movements are geared towards increasing flexibility and mobility, which increases our range of motion.  The use of foam rollers, PVC pipes, and lacrosse balls helps address fascia and muscle related tightness.  This class is great for improving athletic performance  as well as improving functional abilities, such as reaching, bending, or squatting during daily tasks.  Flexibility training allows clients to become more in tune with their body. It is a form of active relaxation that can improve both mental and physical recovery. Stretching is a great way to get you moving in the morning or a way to relax after a long day or tough workout.  Don't be surprised if there's some Pilates and Yoga sequences mixed in!


Uses yoga postures (Asanas) to stretch and align the body, strengthens the spine; eases back pain; promoting balance and flexibility. Yoga is distinctly different from other kinds of exercise. It is non competitive and a means to self awareness and self improvement. It generates motion without causing strain and imbalances in the body. When practiced correctly, hatha yoga has no such negative effects on either the inner or outer body.


Prepare yourself for deep relaxation when you attend Restorative Yoga.  Restorative classes are very mellow, making them a good complement to more active practices and an excellent antidote to stress.  Restorative yoga is a form of yoga that seeks to achieve physical, mental and emotional relaxation with the aid of props.  Many restorative yoga poses are similar to normal yoga poses, except that they are performed with the support of props.  The props, rather than your muscles, are used to support your body.  Breath and stillness allow your body to open naturally.  Restorative Yoga is especially useful when you need to eliminate fatigue and stress that result from your daily activities.  It can also help you recover from illness and injury or overcome emotional depression and anxiety.  Fewer postures are performed and are calmly held for several minutes each.  During the long holds of Restorative Yoga, your muscles are allowed to relax naturally.  When practicing clothing should be comfortable.  Long sleeves or socks may be worn for comfort and warmth.  We use bolsters, blocks and straps in just about every class.  Feel free to bring your own props to class if you would like.  


When muscle meets yoga, Sculpt Yoga is born.  Boost metabolism and build lean muscle mass as you move to upbeat tracks. You'll combine free weights with CorePower Yoga sequencing and cardio to intensity each yoga pose while mixing in strength-training moves like squats, lunges and bicep curls.  You'll sweat in this class and feel so good doing it!

VINYASA FLOW (Intermediate)

A dynamic active style that links the movement with the breath.  This is a more challenging class than the Basic Flow class which will help your build strength and increase endurance.  You will stretch your muscles, find balance, open your hips, possibly get upside down and end with stillness.  Vinyasa Flow is a popular class enjoyed by all levels. You will leave feeling refreshed and invigorated.  This class is not typically heated.  


A yoga practice that focuses on the tendon, ligaments and facia tissue.  Yin Yoga postures are more passive postures, mainly on the floor and the majority of postures equal only about three dozen or so, much less than the more popular yang like practices. Yin Yoga is unique in that you are asked to relax in the posture, soften the muscle and move closer to the bone. While yang-like yoga practices are more superficial, Yin offers a much deeper access to the body. It is not uncommon to see postures held for three to five minutes, even 20 minutes at a time. The time spent in these postures is much like time spent in meditation, and I often talk students through the postures as if they were trying to meditate. While in a Yin class you might notice similar postures to a yang class except they are called something else, on a basic level this is to help the students mind shift from yang to yin, active to passive.