Yoga Flow

Discover. Inspire. Transform.

This dynamic flow class will stretch and strengthen your body, focus your mind and empower your spirit. Students are invited to explore and discover their edge through a transformative approach. Learn how to go with flow and cultivate presence through synchronizing the breath with movement. Each class delivers a positive message designed to uplift and inspire. Advanced postures and variations are always offered making this class challenging and yet accessible for everyone.

Flow to Restore Yoga

A slow, deep and mindful flow, moving into restorative postures during the last portion of class. Begins with prayanama (breath work) and a gentle vinyasa flow, focusing on flexibility and physical alignment. Class then incorporates bolsters, blocks and blankets to restore the body to a state of harmony while creating peace of mind and a rejuvenated spirit. All skill levels are welcome.


Yin/Restorative with Wall support

Yin compliment Yang

Yin is a slower practice where poses are passively held for longer period, working on deep dense connective tissues and joints in the body. The wall system is utilized in this class for support and achieve deeper stretches. This class is suitable for all levels.

Yin Yoga

  • Stimulates the meridians (energy channels) bringing balance to the organs in the body
  • Improves flexibility and joint mobility
  • Calms and balances the mind and body
  • Reduces stress and anxiety
  • Works deeply on the connective tissues (fascia, tendons and ligaments)
  • Can prepare the practitioner for meditation practice

Hatha/Flow with Wall Support

This class is suitable for all levels. The class focuses on basic body alignment by utilizing wall support. Improve your strength and balance with beginner yoga poses and breath exercises that help you focus, strengthen your foundation and calm your mind. You will come out of this class feeling relaxed, refreshed and revitalized!

Hatha is a general category that includes most styles. It’s an old system that includes the practice of asana (postures) and pranayama (breath exercises) which helps bring peace to the mind and body.

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