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Slow Flow

Intensity: Moderate Good for: Building strength and flexibility, slower paced flow, modifications to meet students needs. Whether you are new to yoga or a seasoned practitioner, Slow Flow will give you the opportunity to work on both strength and flexibility. Expect time to explore your breath in a variety of poses from standing postures to floor work. You will be guided on how to create each posture to fit your body and ability. This class is a good compliment to all styles of movement and is excellent for those who want to have time to explore their asana practice. Some knowledge of poses is recommended.

Align & Flow

Intensity: Moderate Good for: Building Strength and flexibility, alignment based flow, breaking down poses. Align & Flow includes a mix of foundational poses, movement with breath, and sequences that build strength, flexibility, and knowledge to work towards more advanced poses. Each class includes a focus on therapeutic alignment, to maximize energy flow and empower you to experience greater stability, freedom, and ease in each pose. Expect an accessible class that offers the opportunity to break down postures and possibly explore partner work. This is a good compliment to all styles of yoga and movement.

Powerful Flow

Intensity: Vigorous Good for: Strength building, fast-paced flow, builds to a challenge This is a great class for those who are looking to move and flow. Expect a faster paced practice that will energize your body and mind, as you move with each breath to prepare you for challenging postures, followed by landing poses and final relaxation. This class is a good compliment to a slower practice. Some knowledge of poses is recommended.

Deep Stretch

Intensity: Relaxing Good for: Restoration, grounding, tight muscles This class is a great option for anyone who is looking for a class to create ease in their body and mind and a good choice for athletes and anyone dealing with muscle tightness or stiffness. Our deep stretch classes begin with a short grounded flow to gently warm up the body, followed by increasingly passive poses held for 1-4 minutes to bring ease into all areas of the body. Deep stretch is a good compliment to faster and stronger practices. Expect to be seated, lying down, and supported with props for much of the class.


Intensity: Relaxing Good for: Restoration, stillness, balance for a busy life A merging of Chinese medicine and hatha yoga, Yin is a great option for those who are lookig for a balance to the yang(movement and busyness) of life. Yin releases stagnation in the joints and adhesions in the connective tissue. Expect a quiet practice that is entierly seated, lying down, and supported with props for much of the class, as you ease into each pose for 2-5 minutes. Yin is a good compliment to faster and stronger practices.

Gentle Yoga

Intensity: Gentle Good for: Calming the nervous system, reducing stress Gentle yoga creates a safe, slow-paced and relaxing environment to unwind and find more peace. Begin with centering and breath work to bring stillness, while exploring the weekly theme to help strengthen your mind/body/spirit connection. Whether you work from home, you are retired, parenting children or just need to relax, this class will provide space to slow down adn reduce stress. It is suitable for all levels and compliments all other forms of movement and yoga.

Here, Chair & Everywhere

Intensity: Moderate Good for: Building strength and flexibility, a mid-day movement break Join from your home or office to make good use of the "props" we have all around us: chairs, tables, door frames, even door knobs! We'll ease into this 45 minute come-as-you-are class, using the support of the chair for stability and gentle opening. As we progress, we'll play with creative variations of yoga poses to build strength, expand breath capacity, and safely, deeply stretch. You will need: a stable, high-backed chair with no arms, such as a kitchen table chair. You will NOT need a yoga mat, unless you want to stand on it or use it to help keep the chair from sliding. Other helpful around-the-house "props" could be a towel or folded blacket and a strap/tie/scarf.

Qoya Inspired Movement

Intensity: Moderate Good for: Intention setting, fun movement, connecting with women Qoya is a movement practice based on the idea that through movement we remember. We remember that our essence is wise, wild, and free. With a combination of dance, yoga, feminine movement, and community connnections, you'll slow down and feel, sweat, play, and have fun! You'll experience the physical sensation of truth in your body and gain the confidence and clarity to follow it. In Qoya, there is no way you can do it wrong and the way you know you're doing it right is when it feels good! Learn more at

Pre & Postnatal Yoga

The first priority for this prenatal class is anatomical stability for the pregnant body. We move and flow to the degree that is acceptable for each student. From there, we insightfully draw parallels between the practice of yoga for the pregnant body and birthing. Childbirth education is incoportated to a small degree and labor tips are always included! We laugh, we groove, and yes, sometimes we cry. Ultimately, you will leave with fewer aches, a little more space for your growing babe, and a lightened spirit.

Prenatal Yoga Alight
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