What We Offer
Group Classes and Private for All Fitness Levels!
Join us in this powerful guided relaxation and let us take you to a deeper internal balance so that your life and health reflects your deepest aspirations. Yoga Nidra is an amazing tool that can help individuals, teams, and companies to work more effectively. There are no “Yoga poses” involved in Yoga Nidra. Yoga Nidra can be done either seated in a chair or laying down on your mat. Recent studies suggest that 45 minutes of Yoga Nidra is equivalent of 3-4 hours of sleep.
Beginners Gentle Yoga
Gentle yoga classes are designed to be inclusive rather than exclusive. This is a style for people who may not have the flexibility, coordination and strength which photos of yoga poses typically portray. This class is intended to meet yoga students “where they are”, and provide a safe and effective practice that feels welcoming to all. It is perfect for all levels of students. Meditation and mindfulness may be included.
IF YOU CANNOT LEAVE YOUR DESK – THIS IS FOR YOU! This is a form of Yoga that can be done sitting on a chair or standing on the ground using the chair for support. It’s
optimal for people who want to practice Yoga in their workplace and for those who have limited mobility. The class is designed to focus on light movement with easy stretches. Poses include forward folds, backbends, twists, and hip stretches. You will gain a better alignment of body, mind, and heart. It is perfect for all levels of students. Meditation and mindfulness may be included.
Vinyasa, also called flow because of the smooth way the poses run together, is one of the most popular contemporary styles of yoga. It's a broad classification that can encompass many different types of yoga often described as moving meditation. The poses are synchronized to the breath and may be connected through the Sun Salutations.. We offer different levels of flow from Beginning to Level 2. Meditation and mindfulness may be included.
Restorative yoga is a type of yoga known for its relaxing, calming and healing effect. Blocks, straps, and blankets are used in order to allow the body to relax in the most comfortable and supported position possible.
Restorative yoga classes tend to be relaxing and slow paced, with as few as five or six postures which are held for long periods of time. Props are also used often in order to allow the body to be in the most comfortable, supported position possible. Gentle music may be played, and the practice may be combined with guided meditation.