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class descriptions

All-Level Yoga


This class is truly an All-Level class, aimed at accommodating all yogis, from brand new students taking their very first yoga class, to the seasoned practitioner who has been doing yoga for years.  We adjust each class to fit the students that show up that day, showing modifications for poses to allow anyone of any physical, health or experience level attain the pose in a way that works for them in a safe and accessible manner.  No two classes are the same, and you will be welcomed, no matter your size, shape, age or ability. 

Vinyasa Flow 


This class follows a dynamic style of Hatha yoga which links postures, or asanas, to breath, creating a steady rhythmic flow. Each class will include sun salutations and a creative, well-balanced sequence of postures. You will build heat through this energizing flow and end class with a relaxing Savasana. Variations will be offered throughout class to accommodate all levels of practitioners. 


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Seated in chairs, this class is a full hour of deep and dynamic stretching from the top of the head to the bottom of the feet.  Every part of your body will be awakened and energized, targeting the tight muscles and stiff joints, as we connect movement to breath, breath to awareness.  Each class ends with a relaxing Savasana.  No experience needed.

Meditate & Restore


A Beautiful Fusion of Guided Meditation that glides into Restorative Yoga.
Center your mind and restore your body and energy through these two powerful yet deeply relaxing practices.
No experienced needed.


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Discover the power of quieting the mind as we learn to anchor our focus on something other than our thoughts. Various techniques will be explored so that you can find the ones that work best for you.
No experienced needed and meditation can be done seated on a cushion or on a chair. All classes end with a relaxing Savasa (lying down meditation).

Restorative Yoga


Restorative yoga is a restful practice that is all about slowing down and opening your body through passive stretching. Using props like yoga blocks, blankets, and bolsters, this is a practice of deep relaxation that emphasizes the meditative aspect of yoga—the union of body and mind. Through the use of props for support, many of the postures are held almost effortlessly, allowing the time for muscles to finally let go of the tensions they have chronically been holding. Suitable for all levels, no experience needed.

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