CLASS TYPES

SLOW FLOW

Our slow flow  is a 60 minute class that includes a warm up focused on deep stretching and breath work that will set a foundation for a slow-paced flow. The slow flow will include sequencing focused on deep stretching and basic inversions.  Move with the breath to improve your mind-body connection as your body gets stronger and longer. This class is a great choice if you want to focus on your flexibility. End practice with a soothing savasana where students are invited to practice pure mindfulness through meditation.

*This class is beginner friendly.

VINYASA FLOW

Our vinyasa flow is a  60-minute  all- levels class that builds on your foundational postures while encouraging adaptability and  flexibility in both body and mind through a challenging sequence. You can expect a well-rounded class that explores the connection between breath and movement in both static holds and fluid movement. Pace is determined by each individual teacher.

YIN YOGA

Our yin yoga is a 60 minute slow, patient, and deeply intense practice, Yin is a perfect complement to dynamic and faster-paced vinyasa flows.  Yin stimulates and targets connective tissues by working gently into the edge of postures through long holds. By emphasizing actions of ligaments, bones, and joints rather than muscles, these classes encourage an entirely different sort of openness from more active and movement-oriented practices. Suitable for all levels, Yin promotes a sense of slow,

deep unwinding and release.

AERIAL YOGA

 Our Aerial yoga class will use the breath to move through aerial yoga asanas (poses)  while incorporating modifications for all skill levels, accommodating beginners and experienced aerial yogis alike. After a warm-up sequence, move through creative flow sequences, both in and out of the silk, transition to balance and strength poses, explore movements that will assist with your flexibility while lengthening the body, and lastly transition through several inversions that will focus on decompressing and hydrating the spine. The class will end with a relaxing savasana where students are invited to float above the ground in the silk.