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Gentle classes are great for beginners—and everyone interested in a slow, peaceful practice. This class includes basic breathing exercises as well as a variety of standing, sitting, and supine postures. It’s a way to recharge while meeting some physical challenges.

This practice is a bridge between gentle and vigorous yoga, and explores a variety of foundational poses (standing, seated, and on the floor) and breathing exercises. It provides a low-key workout and deep restoration.

Our Power Hour is a vigorous, fitness-based approach to vinyasa style (flow) yoga. Be prepared to work hard and work up a sweat! The emphasis is on strength and flexibility. It is one hour long to fit into your busy schedule. It's hot-usually about 85 degrees. And it flows, so your muscles will be heated and flexible, a real strength builder. What better way to detox and invigorate your day!
Total Barre is a dynamic combination of dance, Pilates, yoga, strength training, and cardio that provides a total body workout in just 50 minutes. Each session is broken down into 11 songs, all of which have choreography targeting different muscle groups. You will spend 40 minutes at the ballet barre (or in this case, barre-height chairs) and 10 minutes on your yoga mat working your core and flexibility. In addition to toning muscles and burning fat, Total Barre encourages an increase in coordination and range of motion. Total Barre is for all body types and fitness levels as modifications can be made to make every routine more or less difficult. No need for sneakers, just bring a water bottle and positive attitude!
Our physically challenging classes help you develop strength and endurance, and include more advanced postures and breathing exercises. These classes make you sweat!
This is where we begin. This class is offered to the novice yogi as well as those with more experience that want some fine tuning.
Emphasis is placed on developing safe posture alignment in foundational poses, strengthening the musculature of the body, and breathing in ways to support the mind and body. All of these help broaden your understanding of starting a yoga practice and guide you to enter a place of curiosity about your concept of your own limitations.
There are more hands on assists in this class. The only requirement is your open mind.