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We offer a mix of yoga styles to help each and every body find their balance—whether yoga is your main thing or a part of your cross-training plan. While we honor yoga tradition, we value modern health and wellness sciences. Categories of yoga include Vinyasa, Hatha, Gentle, and Specialty. Within each category, we offer the styles tailored to our unique community of teachers and students.

  • Flow

    Flow with your breath. Vinyasa classes ignite inner fire, improve cardiovascular fitness, make the spine more supple, and develop total-body coordination. A wide variety of poses link breath and movement, combined with sun salutations and standing postures.

    Price: Day Pass | Member Price: Free

  • Slow Flow

    Slow Flow takes its time savoring every pose and transition. Like all Vinyasa classes, a wide variety of poses link breath and movement, combined with sun salutations and standing postures.

    Price: Day Pass | Member Price: Free

  • Power Flow

    Power Flow classes are a strong, challenging version of Vinyasa classes. The focus will be on strength, endurance, stability, and may include more arm balance and inversions. Like all Vinyasa classes, a wide variety of poses link breath and movement, combined with sun salutations and standing postures.

    Price: Day Pass | Member Price: Free

  • Foundations

    Great for beginner and experienced students alike, this class is designed to give you a language and understanding of poses, techniques and transitions involved in a yoga practice. Not specifically an easy class, it is deisnged to get you feeling stable, balanced, at ease and accomplished in your practice this class is goood not just for beginners but also for students looking to fine-tune their practice.

    Price: Day Pass | Member Price: Free

  • Core Yoga

    Similar to our other flow classes, expect to move with your breath with the additional focus on strengthening your whole core.     

    Price: Day Pass | Member Price: Free

  • Yin

    Stretch deeply. Yin postures are held for longer periods of time to stimulate and release connective tissues. Various props, such as myofascial release balls, are often used for greater decompression. If props are recommended, the instructor will give options for props commonly found at home at the beginning of class.

    Price: Day Pass | Member Price: Free