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“Yoga does not just change the way we see things, it transforms the person who sees.” ― B.K.S Iyengar

Our Classes

Practicing Yoga with Babies

Baby and Me Yoga

This yoga class is for infants (6 weeks - pre-walking) and their grown-ups. Part of the class is focused on gentle movement, breathing, and stretching, safely exercising postpartum bodies. The remainder of the class is baby-centered, incorporating tummy time, song and playful movement.  Using interactive yoga poses, you can exercise with your little yogi. Baby and me yoga helps infants sleep better, improves digestive issues, provides appropriate stimulation for neural development, and promotes parent and infant bonding. Gentle touch and relaxation techniques are mutually beneficial for infants and parents.

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Beginner Yoga

Designed to introduce fundamental yoga poses and break down the sun salutation, this class will teach you how to connect movement with breath. A perfect class to begin your yoga journey.

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Gentle Yoga

As the name suggests, gentle yoga is a less vigorous form of traditional Hatha yoga. Intended to be easily accessible to all individuals at any level, gentle yoga is a slower, more deliberate practice. It focuses on breathing and movement,  emphasizing proper alignment, connection to stillness, and carving a path to a calmer and happier life.

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Hatha Yoga

In this class, we will focus on the breath and proper alignment while increasing our strength and flexibility, and balance of the body and mind. This is a great class for beginners as well as experienced students. It allows us to practice the foundations of yoga in a safe and supportive environment.

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Just for the Fellas

This one's for the guys. A mindful practice designed to support men who are looking to improve their health, fitness, sports performance, and mental wellbeing. Challenging poses coupled with breathwork will strengthen the upper body and core muscles, while developing balance and flexibility.

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Lunch Break Express

This 45 minutes class will develop flexibility, core stability, strength and body awareness while combining breath, body alignment, movement and playfulness. This class is appropriate for all levels of practice.


Power Vinyasa

Power Vinyasa yoga is a powerful, energetic form of yoga where students move fluidly from one pose to the next while connecting their breathing to their movements. It is a vigorous and revitalizing form of yoga.

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Restorative Yoga

Restorative yoga is a passive, meditative form of yoga that allows you to focus on your breath while releasing tension in your body.  Unlike other forms of yoga, restorative yoga requires you to hold asanas (poses) for an extended length of time while being fully supported by props such as bolsters, blankets, or blocks.


Slow and Strong Yoga

A slow and strong class where we will move and breathe at our own pace exploring asanas (poses), mudras (hand gestures), and techniques specifically designed to open our minds and hearts to a deeper connection with ourselves.

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Vinyasa Flow

In Vinyasa yoga, conscious breath is linked with continuous movement, enabling a moving meditation that creates strength, freedom, and fluidity in the body and mind. Breathing is guided and deliberate, allowing the asanas (yoga postures) to flow and teaching us to unite our body's movement with mindfulness.  Vinyasa yoga is a balanced combination of forward bending, twists, and backbends with opportunity for inversions that are appropriate for everyone.

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Yin Yoga

Yin Yoga is the practice of holding asanas (postures) for extended periods of time. In so doing, we engage the relatively stiff connective tissues (tendons, ligaments, fascia) to release Hyaluronic Acid (the fluid which lubricates your joints). The specific sequences of poses are aimed at stimulating particular meridians and regulating the para-sympathetic nervous system.

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