Class Descriptions

Learn More About Each of Our Classes!

Vinyasa Flow – Vinyasa Flow, likened to a dynamic dance, is a practice where postures or asanas are connected through the breath for a transformative and balancing effect. Classes build heat, endurance, flexibility, strength. The creative sequencing found in a vinyasa class is often built around surya namaskar (sun salutations). Recommended for advanced beginners and above.

Heated Vinyasa Flow – With our studio space heated to 90 degrees with the help of our beautiful fireplace, we recommend being well hydrated prior to attending this Vinyasa Flow class. Recommended for advanced beginners and above.

Soft Flow – Open to all levels of practice and abilities, this class focuses on an exploration of basic yoga poses and how to connect them through attention to breathing, alignment and mindfulness. Recommended for beginners and above.

Beginners & Gentle/Beginners – Beginners yoga introduces postures and breathing techniques that gradually build flexibility and strength. It is suitable for those new to yoga, with special physical concerns, or who simply wish to move at a slower pace. Beginners yoga is for absolutely anyone of any age, shape or size who wants to experience the many benefits of yoga. All levels welcome.

Morning Flow – Greet the morning on your mat Vinyasa style. Recommended for beginners and above.

Yin to Vin – This all levels class will begin with a Yin practice and finish with a soft Vinyasa Flow. Recommended for beginners and above.

YIN – This slow and meditative practice deeply stretches and nourishes the joints and connective tissue of the body, helping to generate much greater flexibility and core-level relaxation. The practice is done all on the floor with props and is designed to bring your Central Nervous System into “Rest, Digest and Restore” mode. Not to be confused with restorative yoga, YIN offers a lot of physical and mental practice. All levels welcome.

Yoga Flow – Yoga Flow uses the postures of yoga to string together a dynamic and invigorating flow. Some knowledge of the postures is helpful. Recommended for beginners and above.

$5 Karma Community – This is a wonderful class for the entire community at a reduced rate. Come practice together! A portion of the proceeds goes to local charities. Give us a call if you have a charity in need of help! Recommended for beginners and above.

Iyengar Inspired – Iyengar yoga is known for its attention to alignment and use of props. This ALL LEVELS class will help you find the right alignment for your body! All Levels Welcome.

Chair/Senior Yoga – Chair yoga is a gentle form of yoga that is practiced sitting on a chair, or standing using a chair for support. Great for those who are not able or prefer not to be on the floor. All Levels Welcome.

Restorative Yoga – Restorative yoga is a gentle, calming, therapeutic kind of yoga that uses props to support the body as it eases into relaxation. All Levels Welcome.

Restorative Flow – This flow class is as gentle and soft vinyasa ending with restorative postures to help you find deep relaxation and rest. Recommended for beginners and above.

Pre/Post Natal – a class for mommies-to-be and post pregnancy moms looking to get back into their practice! All Levels Welcome.

Flow & Philosophy – A vinyasa style class for the first 75 minutes of class ending with 15 minutes of philosophy, meditation or posture break down. Recommended for advanced beginners and above.



Class times and offerings are subject to change. Click here for the most current schedule, teacher substitutions and to register for classes & workshops. Drop-ins are welcome for all classes; however, pre-registration is recommended for workshops & special events.

We seek to honor the individual needs of each person who walks through our door, but you must also remember to listen to your body. And as with any physical exercise, a visit with your health care professional is advised before practicing.


We strive to be observant of the needs of each student who show up for class and you are invited to try any classes or workshops we offer. This level system is laid out to make it easy to pick the best fit for you and where you are on your yoga journey. If you are a beginner, trying a class option you are not ready for can turn you off of yoga. We don’t want that. And if you have a vigorous practice, an entry level might not be what you need today. So please review each class description and email, call or drop by with questions.

Students new to the studio are advised to arrive 15 minutes prior to class.


We supply straps, bolsters, blankets, blocks, sandbags, eye pillows & even chairs. If you have a personal prop, please bring it along. While we encourage having your own mat, we do offer mats to borrow.

Classes with additional heat are noted. We provide drinking water & cold, lavender scented towels, but we recommend bringing an extra towel to class. And we recommend being well hydrated before the HOT classes.