This class is a slow-paced combination of gentle postures and flowing movements infused with breath. We’ll explore standing postures, gentle backbends and forward folds, twists, and balancing postures. Modifications will be offered to support each individual. No previous yoga experience necessary!
Hatha yoga classes combine asana (postures), pranayama (breath-work), meditation, and yoga philosophy. Mild to moderate postures are woven with breathing technique to increase the flow of prana (life-force energy) throughout the body. This practice is designed to increase awareness and balance the energies of the body-mind-continuum. Students determine their own level of practice, with modifications offered to support individual needs. Beginners welcome!
Hatha Yoga: The Underground
This class explores the underground and foundational movements that create strength, stamina, alignment, range of motion, and somatic awareness within the yoga asanas (postures). Classes incorporate yoga; lacrosse balls & Yoga-Tune-Up balls; functional range conditioning; and other movement modalities. The asanas become a testament to the solid foundation created through this “underground” work. Appropriate for experienced beginners and beyond, as well as new students who are curious.
Woven of asana (postures), pranayama (breath), meditation, and yoga philosophy this flowing practice is a moving meditation designed to liberate and balance the flow of prana throughout the body-mind system. Postures move fluidly with the breath, with many opportunities for longer holds woven throughout. Alignment cues support whole-body integration both within and between postures, while awareness cues help attune students to the subtle nuances of their energetic experience. New students welcome, though some prior yoga experience may be useful.
Our most vigorous regular class, vinyasa translates to “flowing with breath.” These classes are a dynamic, flowing style of yoga which joins physical postures, or asanas, with breath. In this strong, moderate-to-vigorous paced class, you will be invited to move through a warming and energizing sequence while attending to integrated alignment. The breath creates a steady internal rhythm for the practice. Because this class moves at a faster pace, some prior yoga experience is suggested.
Restorative yoga invites you to turn your attention to your breath. We will use blocks, blankets and bolsters to help create more ease and space in your life by moving toward deep relaxation. When we feel supported , we are more inclined to release long held tensions. Restorative yoga is a practice of discovering ease and deep rest-- physically, emotionally, and mentally. Class size limited to 10 people, and no previous yoga experience is necessary. Offered the first Sunday of the month, and pre-registration required, as class size is limited.
Prenatal yoga offers those in any stage of pregnancy the opportunity to breathe, stretch, strengthen, and soften. The classes are uniquely designed to support a healthy pregnancy and an empowered birth experience. Connect with your divine creative energy and the miraculous changes your body and baby are experiencing. Share among a community of expectant parents in a safe and compassionate environment. In our weekly classes you will learn to alleviate many of the discomforts experienced during the childbearing time and you will cultivate tools to calm your mind and to help you with labor and birth. Those at any fitness level, who are new to yoga, or have been practicing for years, are welcome to join. If you have a history of miscarriage, or have had trouble conceiving, please consult with your caregiver to determine the best time to join.
Parent & Baby Yoga
Parent and baby yoga offers caregivers and their newborns a chance to connect with each other and a community of other new parents through yoga. These classes will focus on postpartum healing and poses to help support your baby's optimal development. Take time to nourish yourself and learn tools to support you on your parenting journey. This class is designed for newborn babies 6 weeks old until the point in which they are crawling. Feeding, walking, bouncing, changing, and soothing your babies are perfectly normal during this class.
Qigong and Fundamentals of Tai Chi
Qigong, loosely translated as Life Force Work or discipline, is an ancient Chinese movement meditation art. Qigong is a very dynamic and focused physical, mental and spiritual practice that offers many benefits. This class explores traditional qigong movement meditation and fundamental Tai Chi (Taiji) exercises with a strong emphasis on Taoist cosmology and metaphysics. It is an introduction to Chen Style Taijiquan and is intended to complement taiji practice of any style. No previous experience necessary.
Trauma Sensitive Yoga
This class requires that all participants be engaged in therapy or other mental-health services, and take part in a phone screening prior to attending their first session. During Trauma Sensitive Yoga, you will be invited to explore yoga forms and movements at your own pace. There are no physical adjustments in this class. The emphasis is not on the appearance of the yoga forms, or “doing it right,” but rather on your own internal experience. These classes offer the opportunity to make choices about how to move (or not move) your body, with invitations to tune-in to your felt bodily experience as much or as little as you like. Learn more.
Yoga of 12-Step Recovery
Y12SR is a meeting and a yoga practice. The time is divided between a 12-Step-like sharing circle followed by a movement, breath and meditation practice, where we “take it to the mats.” The yoga portion is designed to be accessible to all bodies and levels of experience. This class is open to all persons who suffer with addiction (all ‘A’s” are welcome!) as well as to those who love them. It is offered as an adjunct — not a replacement — to regular addiction recovery work. Learn more.
Pre & Post-Natal Yoga
We offer full scholarships so that expecting and new mothers/parents with limited yoga budgets can attend Prenatal and Parent/Baby Yoga classes at for free. Learn more.
Other Free Offerings
We regularly host free one-time classes or special events. Check out our events page to see if any are planned for the near future.