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Hatha Yoga is the general term describing classes that focus on “ansans” (yoga postures) and “pranayama”, (breathing exercises), and some meditation. Literally, Ha means “sun” and Tha means “moon”, expressing a practice that works towards balancing, or bringing together, opposing energies. In our current lives, many of us are over connected to our minds and thoughts, and deeply disconnected from our bodies.Learn More
Strengthening movement, stillness and reflection, comforting breath-work, and a sense of community are all parts of this unique prenatal yoga class. Come enjoy an embodied experience in a celebration of pregnancy and birth. Mom-to-be will enhance, or discover, personal agency and empowerment for her birthing event as she explores the power of her body through […]Learn More
Private yoga classes are great for the beginner, those recovering from injury, or anyone looking for one on one guidance at any phase of their yoga journey. Yoga Parties, or Private Group Classes for those looking for a unique experience with their friends are also available! For beginners, private classes give you the opportunity to […]Learn More
Restorative Yoga is a deeply healing and relaxing practice, a calming of body and mind, and an invitation to sink in to the present moment and let go of stress. In this very gentle and meditative style class the movements are slow and deliberate, and the stretches are passive.Learn More
Vinyasa yoga is a general term that describes a style of yoga that links movement to breath. The breath acts as an anchor to the movement as you to flow from one pose to the next, moving with inhalations and exhalations. As one becomes more practiced, the flow can feel like a dance, and the mind stills as the breath moves the body in movements of expansion and contraction.Learn More
Strengthen your core, tone your arms and legs and then stretch it all out from head to toe with this enjoyable mix of Pilates, basic Yoga poses and traditional stretching positions. Students will begin with 30 minutes of Pilates, followed by 30 minutes of Yoga stretching movements, meditation and relaxation. CLICK HERE for more info […]Learn More