Yoga Classes

Yoga for Everyone

The practice of yoga is beneficial for all people. Through breath and movement, we bring the body and mind back into balance.

Improve Flexibility

Each class includes postures that allow your muscles and ligaments to open and lengthen.

Increase Strength

Consistent practice challenges the muscular system and leads to increased strength.

Balances Body

By moving the body in all ranges of motion, finding proper alignment and stretching the tight areas, your body will find balance and your posture will improve.

Calms Mind

Focusing on your breath and opening the physical body, your nervous system will reset, and you will experience calm.

Yoga students laying sideways with one hand and both feet on mat and the other hand extended up.

What is Yoga?

Yoga is an ancient Indian practice that combines the body, breath, spirit, and mind to improve overall health and wellbeing. It originated about 5,000 years ago as a spiritual practice for upper-caste men. The word “yoga” comes from the Sanskrit word yuj, which means “to yoke” or “to unite”. All terms, including postures, originate from this ancient language. The four yogic paths include Raja yoga, Karma yoga, Bhakti yoga, and Jnana yoga. The most common motivations for most Western yoga practitioners to practice yoga are for exercise, to reduce stress, and to help manage pain. Yoga and its sister science, Ayurveda go hand-in-hand to promote this lifestyle.

Yoga session with students standing barefoot on mats and hands pressed together in prayer style.

Western Yoga Practices Include:

  • Physical postures – Also known as Asana, these postures are necessary to keep the body healthy, strong, and flexible.
  • Breathing techniques – Also known as Pranayama, these exercises help move energy in the body and unite it with the mind and spirit.
  • Meditation – Also known as Dhyana, this practice helps yogis experience states of freedom, peace, and introspection.

The Eight Limbs of Yoga

Yama (abstinences)

The principles that teach us how to treat others and the world around us.

Niyama (observances)

The standards by which we should practice self-discipline.

Asana (movement)

The practice of the yoga postures.

Pranayama (breath techniques)

Breath is the way we take in and interact with the subtle life force energy that surrounds us.

Pratyahara (withdrawal of senses)

This technique teaches us the way to journey inward and find ultimate peacefulness.

Dharana (concentration)

When we are able to do a task and focus all of our energy on it, we’re able to perform it well and with care.

Dhyana (meditation)

Set aside time each day to invite meditation into our minds and hearts.

Samadhi (enlightenment)

Propels our spiritual journey forward and helps us to stay in the present moment indefinitely.

Yoga Will Challenge Your Mind and Body.

What Is Our Brand of Yoga?

At our studio, we practice predominantly Raja yoga, which has an emphasis on physical postures. We include mindfulness techniques in all our yoga classes and even in our non-yoga offerings. Our classes are not heated, but we keep the room at an optimal temperature to support muscles in loosening and lengthening. The four main styles of yoga asana you can practice with us include Hatha-Vinyasa, Restorative, Yin, and prenatal yoga. Any class that has “flow” in the title follows the Hatha-Vinyasa style, which ranges from slow and gentle movement to more fast-paced and energizing movement. You will always be warmed up and cooled down, closing practice with a few minutes of rest, traditionally in savasana, or in English, corpse pose.

A young women has leg forward while arching backwards to stretch after yoga class.

Functional Yoga

This class combines Yoga with Physical Therapy principles based on the LYT Method. Instructor will guide you through postures and sequences designed to build core strength, balance, and functional mobility. Come get stronger and more adaptable for daily life! Class ends with restorative postures to absorb the benefits of your practice and reset your nervous system. A variety of options will be offered so everyone can work at their own pace. This class is barefoot and props are provided.

A young women with knees on wall as she lay on stomach to stretch after yoga class.

Energetic Flow

This is a fluid flow class that is taught at a quicker pace with cues to find your alignment and breath, while encouraging you to find your edge. There will always be space to modify and follow your own practice, however we recommend attending yoga classes prior for a basic level of knowledge and understanding of the practice. We provide props. This class is barefoot.

Two students in a yoga class work with each other to stretch.

Mindful Flow

This is a fluid flow class for all levels. It is taught at a slower pace with thorough instruction to help you find your alignment and breath and reap the benefits of each pose. There will be lots of space to modify and follow your own practice. We provide props. This class is barefoot.

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