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Class Descriptions

"Yoga is a system of exercises based upon a profound knowledge of the relationship between the Body and the Mind. The Body and the Mind constitutes the basis of all human endeavors." 


(Swami Jyotirmayananda - Yoga Exercises for Health and Happiness)

Yoga & Meditation


We believe your body and mind holds so much wisdom and clarity. We encourage each and everyone to move into your practice with kindness, compassion and care. 

Stillness Hatha Yoga

Dynamic Flow
Invigorate your mind and body in this dynamic flow style class. Built on the Sun Salutations, the class will explore creative sequencing through standing postures , arm balances, backbends and inversions in order to create strength and flexibility in body and mind. Breath work and meditation are included in every class. All levels are invited to attend as students are encouraged to listen to their body in every moment. Variations of postures will be offered to meet all levels of experience. Develop strength , flexibility and increase your self confidence in our Dynamic Flow class.

​Flow/Slow Flow

Connect more deeply with your body and your breath in this intentional flow style class. Built on the sun salutations, the class will explore standing postures, twists, and inversions in order to open the body and the mind. Variations of postures are given throughout the class to challenge and meet all experience levels and abilities.  All levels are invited to attend as students are encouraged to listen to their body and move in a way that is right for their body in every moment. Find a sense of Balance, Focus and Clarity in our Flow classes. 


Explore movement and breath in this slower Hatha style class. This class gently creates openness, flexibility and a sense of center with slow, focused movement. Time for stretching, and integration of the postures are offered throughout the class as students move toward more presence and calm in their practice. All levels of experience welcome as variations are offered and students are encouraged to listen to their body in every moment. Find flexibility in the body, a relaxed mind and a calmer nervous system.

Yin Yoga

Reset the Body and Mind in Yin Yoga. Yin yoga has many benefits other than just being a good balance to our active life styles. The Yin practice releases fascia and improves joint mobility and range of motion allowing the flow of nutrients and energy through the body.  Holding poses that gently lengthen the muscles and fascia helps to break up adhesions and applying mild stress to joints and connective tissue can increase their range of motion.  Yin is a powerhouse at regulating the nervous system and stimulating a relaxation response throughout the body, mind and central nervous system.  Poses are held for an extended period of time allowing the body to release. As an added bonus, the Yin practice calms and balances the mind and body, increases circulation, improves flexibility and balances the internal organs.

Restorative Yoga

Relax in our Restorative yoga practice. In Restorative Yoga, props are used to support the body so that you can hold poses for longer, allowing you to open your body through passive stretching. The postures are usually adapted from supine or seated yoga poses with the addition of blocks, bolsters, and blankets to eliminate unnecessary straining. This is a great practice to slow down and nurture your well being.  You will be amazed at the benefits of this restorative yoga class from a therapeutic approach.

Chair Yoga

What is chair yoga? Using the chair as a prop, raising the ground to meet and support you, chair yoga includes light stretches, moderate toning, and breathing and relaxation practices. It is a well-balanced yoga practice!

Meditation and Mindfulness

By learning to meditate, you can reap the benefits which include relaxation, focus, restore your energy, and perspective on your life. Meditation is being taken seriously by health researchers interested in stress reduction and methods to improve overall health. Meditation is often used by people interested in addressing conditions such as anxiety, pain, depression, emotional challenges, insomnia, and stress. Meditation is also the ultimate brain builder. 

We begin with a 20 minute guided meditation, move into a short discussion and then end with a final guided meditation 20 minute. Meditation can be done in a chair or seated on yoga blankets.

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