Designed for beginner and intermediate students, these strength-building classes emphasize warm-ups, breath techniques, and alignment. A great workout that leaves you relaxed and energized! This class is more strenuous than the beginner classes, yet not as challenging as the vinyasa classes.

(Vinyasa Flow) THIS CLASS IS FUN, FUN, FUN! A graceful and flowing, yet challenging practice that draws from Ashtanga Vinyasa and Prana Flow Yoga. This class will coordinate and synchronize movement with the breath and is accessible to all levels. We will combine fluid and dynamic movement with static holds to create balance between strength and flexibility throughout the body to calm the mind, open the heart, and create a moving meditation.

These series of yoga classes are a great way to start and build a strong foundation in yoga at our studio! We will cover all of the basics in breathing (pranayama), yoga postures (asana), and meditation.

All people, regardless of ability or background, deserve equal access to the ancient practices of yoga, which offer individual empowerment and spiritual awakening. Accessible Yoga classes aim to build strong networks and advocate for an accessible, equitable and dynamic yoga culture. Class explorations could include centering techniques, asana that is adapted to be inclusive for everyone in class, closing breathing techniques, meditation and rest. All practices are approached in a consent- and trauma-informed way. Bring props such as chairs, straps, blocks and bolsters. All are welcome and encouraged to check in a few minutes before class and either check out after class or email for continued support, connection or feedback.
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In this class we enter stillness through body and breath awareness. Guided meditations offer different ways of calming and centering hearts and minds. Basic yoga postures and movement are ways to practice mindfulness dynamically and help to prepare the body and mind for silent meditation. Each class will include basic instruction, guided meditation, movement and time for questions and sharing. No experience is necessary to experience these wonderful tools that help us stay awake and present in our lives with mindfulness and compassion.