Our Power Vinyasa practice is a medium to high intesity practice. Focusing on moving with the breath, proper alignment, corework, and mindfulness, we move through the asanas with power and grace.
Through the power of breath and awareness of the body, this class aids in detoxifying the body by building internal heat as well as awakening mental clarity.
This class is best suited for those who have taken our Vinyasa class first, however beginners are welcome.
Be prepared to sweat and get that heart rate going.
Our Vinyasa Flow class is perfect for those who aren't ready to dive into our Power class. While still focusing on the breath and alignment principles, we move at a slower pace than the more dynamic Power Vinyasa class.
From beginners to the most experienced yogi, the Vinyasa Flow class offers something for everyone.
A restorative and calming practice, this class focuses on stretching the connective tissue around the joints.. Resulting in opening into stretches you may not have thought possible, while also stretching and lengthening the ligaments.
The poses are held anywhere from 4-6 minutes with each sequence targeting specific problem areas. Most of the poses are held in seated or supine position, focusing on the hip flexors, pelvis, and lower spine.
Yin yoga is especially nurturing for cyclists, runners, or anyone who is highly active, as the lower body can be the first to succumb to tension.
Come try our Yin and leave restored.
Classes typically start off with floor stretching exercises followed by a balancing and standing series. Deeply restorative and calming, the Slow Flow class will leave you with a sense of deeper awareness of your breath and movement.
Perfect for those days when you are ready to cultivate the breath and move at a slower pace.
Barre combines aspects of ballet, pilates, and yoga to attain a core building, physique defining, butt busting class. You will increase your endurance, tone your total body, and increase mindfulness and awareness. Don't let the tiny movements fool you, prepare yourself for an all around workout.
Ashtanga yoga translates literally as “eight-limbed yoga” and refers to the eight limbs outlined by Patanjali in the Yoga Sutras which include moral and ethical guidelines, postures, breath work, sense withdrawal, concentration and meditation. Traditional Ashtanga yoga follows the same sequence and series of poses in a precise order, and is very physically demanding. The student should master the primary series before moving on to the secondary. Ashtanga is the basis for our Vinyasa practice, however it doesn't have the "flow" aspect of the vinyasa class. Don't be fooled though, it is a rigorous workout!
NEW TO YOGA?
STAKE YOUR CLAIM.
Plan to arrive 15 minutes early as a new student to find a spot in the space where you feel comfortable and relaxed.
GIVE YOURSELF TIME.
We all want things to happen right now, but know that yoga can be difficult. Give yourself at least 10 classes to acclimate to the different postures, environment, and instructors.
BE READY TO GET OUT OF YOUR COMFORT ZONE.
We love a good, challenging class. And we want you to love it too! Be ready to try new things and you may find that it's not as hard as it looks.
Baggy, cotton clothes can be your worst nightmare. Opt for moisture wicking attire that will absorb your sweat, because you will sweat! Also, water is essential for detoxification and hydration, make sure to bring an ample supply. For our barre classes, you will need to bring socks so you can reap the full benefits. Last, we do provide Manduka yoga mats for $2, so if you forget yours at home, we have you covered.
LISTEN TO YOUR BODY.
Take rest when you need to, there is nothing greater than tuning into your intuition. Taking child's pose or skipping a Vinyasa flow can be a great relief for the body when you are feeling fatigued.
1 month Yoga + Barre Unlimited---$95
Barre + Yoga---$125
5 class pass---$65 (valid for 3 months)
10 class pass---$120 (valid for 6 months)
High School Students (with valid I.D.)---$50/month
New students--- 30 days for $30