Vinyasa Flow is a form of “Yoga Asana” where we find a rhythm and smoothness to our practice of postures (Asana). We seamlessly move through poses in a flowing fashion, making our practice both a dance and a meditation.
Movement level: 2-4
Much like Vinyasa Flow, Gentle Flow takes the idea of moving through our postures in a measured, rhythmic, and smooth way; we tend to take less intense postures while experiencing the postures deeply, patiently, and purely.
Activity level: 2
Advance Wall Flow
Ever hear the 80’s song “Balls to the Wall” by Accept? For you of the Millennial generation, think about the White Stripes’ “Hotel Yorba.” That’s this class. You will take some advanced postures that will challenge every level of practitioner. Don’t be afraid; just be ready for a joyous challenge.
Limited Space - pre registration required
Students with at least 6 months of consistent practice
Movement level: 5
Gentle Wall Flow
A wall class is just that, a class that uses the best prop ever: the wall! This class takes advantage of our ample wall space and creates a sequence that uses the wall to support, hold, and comfort the practitioner. Using the wall, yogis can deepen their stretches and find a renewed sense of relaxation not found in traditional flow classes. This is not a Yin class; it can be quite challenging, but in the best of all possible ways.
Limited space - pre registration required
Activity level: 1- 2
Depth & Detailing Flow
Not just a yoga class, but a yoga class that is essentially an anatomical lesson. We go deep; we get into detail. Every posture is broken down to the smallest of details, honing your practice like a razors edge. If you are not sharp yet, you will be the razor’s edge by the end.
Movement level: 3-4
Following the Shakti tradition of one of our co-founders (“Hey, yo, who’s that?”), this class incorporates a more traditional and historical approach to yoga that includes meditation, pranayama, classical sun salutations, and mantra. This class is centered on the 8 limbs of yoga. These are universal practices and morals (yama), personal practices and ethics (niyama), movements and postures (asana), breathcontrol (pranayama), meditation (dhyana), withdrawal of the senses (pratyahara), concentration (dharana), meditation (dhyana) as we move towards a connection with the divine (samadi). Shakti yoga blends dance or free movement with traditional yoga poses as it releases the divine, feminine, creative energy of the universe. This might sound like a chick class, but it is meant for all genders. I mean, the instructor is a dude.
Activity level: 4
Take refuge in your day to slow down, stretch, and rest. This all-level class aims to tap into your parasympathetic (rest & digestion) nervous system by slowing down the body and mind through gentle, grounded movements and long, restorative holds. Students often have the option to incorporate guided breathing and meditation practices, as well as receive massag-y assists throughout class, if desired of course! Beginners & all levels are encouraged!
Movement Level: 2-3
Yoga for Awareness: Breath, Kriyas & Meditation
Healing practice that awakens and connects you to the divine energy within yourself, so that you can achieve a life full of lightness, joy, and boundless love. Through breath, specific movements (kriyas), and timing this practice works to increase the nervous system on a cellular level and increase your energetic awareness.