Yoga Classes

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Gentle Sunrise Flow

Start your day right! This gentle beginner level vinyasa style class emphasizes strength, focus, movement and alignment. Class is designed to awaken and energize the morning mind and body.


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Kripalu Yoga

Kripalu Yoga eases into postures slowly and methodically with attention to breath and the basics of alignment.  Kripalu Yoga particularly emphasizes the importance of accommodating the postures to individual bodies, thereby increasing one's body awareness. All levels are welcome.


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Vinyasa Flow

Vinyasa Flow is a fluid and active style of yoga, emphasized by the linking of breath and movement. Expect to experience a range of postures (standing, seated, inverted, prone and supine), fluid movement between postures, surya namaskar (sun salutations), pranayama (breath practices) and a closing relaxation (savasana). All levels are welcome to give the class a try, though basic knowledge of the postures is helpful.


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Open Practice

Open Practice is a quiet practice time in the studio and an opportunity to work individually and in collaboration with other practitioners. Work on any poses or styles you like. Do your own thing, practice in whatever way feels good to you. Perfect the basics or work on advanced poses. Practice pranayama or meditation in a supportive environment. Beginner's welcome. Drop in and leave any time you like.

Suggested donation $5-$10. No one turned away for lack of funds.


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Beginner Flow

Focusing on the alignment principles of basic Vinyasa yoga postures and sequences, you can expect variations of sun salutations (a connected series of postures linked to breath), standing, balance, and seated poses as well as attention to breath work. This class moves at a slow to moderate pace. It is appropriate for beginners as well as seasoned practitioners who want to refine and master the fundamentals. Props and modifications are offered when necessary to help make poses accessible to students of all abilities.


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Restorative Yin Yoga

This quiet and still practice helps us tap into intuition and deep listening. Yin Yoga focuses on stretching and strengthening the connective tissues within the body, through holding seated and reclined postures for three to five minutes. Complementing the dynamic and muscular (yang) styles of yoga and other forms of exercise that emphasize internal heat, Yin is suitable for all levels of physical fitness and those recovering from injuries.


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Ashtanga Yoga Basics

Ashtanga is a sequence of predetermined postures linked together with the breath, building both strength and flexibility. In this led class, we practice part of the Ashtanga primary series, beginning with sun salutations and closing with a set of “finishing” postures. Emphasis is on breath, bandhas (energetic locks), drishti (gaze), and alignment. This is an intermediate level class, but all are welcome as modifications will be given for beginners. The teacher also offers hands-on adjustments throughout the class.


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Ashtanga Yoga - Mysore Style

Mysore style is the traditional way to learn the Ashtanga practice. Arrive anytime between 9-10:15, and start the sequence at your own pace. This is not a led class. The teacher will be walking around providing personalized instruction as well and adjustments and suggestions. This is a great class for both beginners and those who wish to deepen and advance their practice. It's ok if you don't know the sequence of the postures, that's part of what you will learn here!


Class Rates and Membership Options

cost
Single class drop-in$10
5-class card$45
10-class card$80
1 month (unlimited)$75
Monthly unlimited pass (with auto-renew)$60

New Member Promotion: 30 days for $30*
*Only available for first time students of the studio