Even on those mornings when you can barely drag yourself out of bed (we’ve been there), this classic vinyasa flow sequence creates a gentle yet challenging morning practice, that anyone can do (no experience or toe-touching flexibility required!). Not only do these feel-good poses perk you up, but they’ll also open your hips, stretch your shoulders, and lengthen your spine. The result: You’ll walk away feeling centered, focused, and ready to own the day.
This 60-minute movement-based class is designed for practitioners to enjoy a full spectrum asana class within the lunch hour. Appropriate for all levels.
Classes involve a relaxed practice of floor postures that are held from three to five minutes at a time. There are far fewer postures or asana in the Yin style of yoga as are found in more active styles. Although Yin yoga is a more passive practice it can be quite challenging due to the length of time postures are held. This Yin yoga class is open to all levels of students and is a perfect complement to a Yang or more active style of yoga such as Vinyasa Flow.
**Suitable for those with injury or limited mobility.
Typically, a class consists of tuning in, pranayama (breathing exercise), warm-ups, kriya (a sequence of postures and yoga techniques used to produce a particular impact on the psyche, body, or self), shavasana with gong and meditation. There are hundreds of pranayams, kriyas and meditations so each class is unique and has its own agenda.
Active Recovery Yoga
This is one way to spend your “rest” day. This class is designed to incorporate gentle movement to aid with circulation (which can ease soreness and reduce muscle fatigue). Whether it’s gentle activity or complete rest, your body needs time to recover—when you work out, you’re breaking down muscle fibers, and recovery is when the real magic happens as your muscles rebuild stronger.
Sweet Vinyasa Flow
The asana practice itself is dynamic, focusing on the movement of the breath and the body and the synchronization of the two. Flow is attained by setting a personal intention for the practice, linking the breath to the movement of the body and staying mindfully connected to the body not only in the postures, but also in the transitions.
Our Vinyasa Flow is a challenging, fun class with sequences from various schools of yoga. Cultivate inner awareness while building strength and flexibility.
The level of intensity depends on the style of the teacher.
Please note: **Vinyasa classes tend to be fast paced with shorter holds**
Power Flow (or HIIT)
A challenging and innovative class inspired by our advanced teachers. Each class has its unique and creative focus rooted in intelligent vinyasa sequencing. This is a cardiovascular practice that integrates breath, movement, strength, flexibility and balance, and incorporates some advanced postures. Students are encouraged to feel comfortable with Vinyasa Flow sequences first.
All Level Hatha Flow
Flowing sequences incorporating some longer holds, this class is an accessible mix of Vinyasa and Hatha Yoga principles. Hatha, with its focus on alignment, anatomy, body mechanics, and mindfulness, is combined beautifully with Vinyasa, a faster paced practice with movements and poses connected to the breath.
Combines gentle movements with breath. These classes are perfect for beginners as well as people with specific limitations and those recovering from injury. More experienced students who crave a more restorative practice or need to deeply relax and de-stress will also enjoy Gentle Hatha.
**Suitable for those with injury or limited mobility.
FAC - Friday Afternoon Club
Friday Afternoon Club
"IN" Fitness Flow
“IN” Fitness Flow
It’s a total mind-body workout that combines strengthening and stretching poses with deep breathing and meditation or relaxation.
Expect this class to be challenging, but accessible. You will begin to explore your Vinyasa practice on a deeper level. In the Vinyasa Open class, practitioners will be invited to advance into more challenging variations, but modifications will also be offered for those not quite ready to take a variation. The Fitness Flow class is for all levels, but some Vinyasa experience is recommended. Expect to sweat!
This style of yoga not only makes your mind calm and soul peaceful, it also works on body strength. Practicing this style of yoga makes your body toned, strong, and controlled. It also helps in weight management, increases flexibility, works on core strength, and builds stamina and endurance.
This method of yoga involves synchronizing the breath with a progressive series of postures great for beginners and seasoned yogis alike.
The biggest difference between Ashtanga and Vinyasa lies in the sequencing. Ashtanga Yoga consists of three series of postures: primary, secondary, and advanced. … As the class progresses, the postures in the series, become more complex. Vinyasa Yoga sequences, on the other hand, often feature a peak pose.
Alignment Focused Flow
In this dynamic and multi-layered yoga style, students build inner and outer strength and have a joyful time doing it. Flow based, poses will be linked together in vinyasa styled sequences, though longer holds may be practiced, and certain poses will be broken down to reveal the hidden gems of self-knowledge and empowerment stored within them. Between the elegant principles of alignment, and a heart-based philosophy grounded in your everyday world, you’ll be surprised to discover what you’re capable of. Please note: **This class is heavy on verbal instructions.
A slow paced class that focuses on restoring the body and relaxing the senses. Class consists of mild movements and gentle flow to get the joints and muscles ready for the deep restorative poses that follow. Restorative poses are all practiced on the ground with plenty of propping and support. Alternatives are given to help accommodate everyone. This class is appropriate for all levels and has an intentional open and supportive environment. Beginners and those recovering from injuries are welcome to attend.