Vinyasa L1

Introduction to Vinyasa. In this class you'll be introduced to flowing your asana (postures) breath to movement. Instructors will offer modifications to poses to best support you as you progress in your yoga journey.


Vinyasa L2

This class focuses on refining your vinyasa flow as you advance in your yoga practice. Instructors will flow longer breath to movement salutations and throw in challenging poses with the guidance and support of our well trained instructors. Intermediate level, must have experience Vinyasa L1.


Heated Vinyasa

This class flows slowly through each posture once then breath to movement like a traditional Vinyasa. Room is heated to 85 degrees. Beginner to Moderate level must have Vinyasa L1 or previous heated vinyasa experience.



This class is a basic Hatha style yoga, we offer all props and modifications for all levels of yogi's to take class. This class will build strength and refine your allignment for you to see your improvement as you progress in your yoga journey. There is no Vinyasa flows in this class.

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Wake up & Flow

Start your morning off with some flowing movements in the body. This class is an all levels class, with some vinyasa & gentle stretching to awaken the body for a great day!


Relax, Rest & Stretch

This class is slow and specific to creating a connection to the body. All levels welcome. We will hold poses and stretches with the help of props.


Gentle Flow

Focus on stretching, relaxation, and centering the mind. This class is for all levels, including beginners and those who may be recovering from injury. We offer props and modifications in all poses to allow for all to experience the class without injury.


Yin, Reiki & Meditation

Yin yoga poses apply moderate stress to the connective tissues of the body—the tendons, fascia, and ligaments—with the aim of increasing circulation in the joints and improving flexibility. This class is combine with Reiki energy healing & meditation. You'll leave the class feeling relaxed in the mind body and soul.



Restorative yoga has best been described as “active relaxation” and is a method par excellence for attaining deep relaxation, tranquility and the many benefits of “de-stressing”. Using blankets, bolsters, pillows, blocks, straps, and other “props” to support the body, practitioners generally experience profound shifts in their nervous system, thus allowing a physiological shift to deep restfulness, calm abiding and well-being. Gravity does the “work” as the body progressively relaxes and softens. As this occurs, so do the signs and symptoms of stress, such as depressed or elevated moods, hypertension, muscle tension, digestive problems, high cholesterol levels, eyestrain, headaches and more.