Class Descriptions


Hatha is the most traditional or classic style of yoga. The focus is on holding poses for a period of time ranging from 30 seconds up to 2 minutes, for a flexibility and strength building practice. Breathing techniques (pranayama) are also incorporated in order to calm & control the mind as well as the body.  The primary goal is slowing everything down with the end result of overall relaxation of the mind, body, & spirit. Hatha classes are recommended for all ages, body types & levels.


Moving to the grace of your own body and breath. A fun and thoughtfully sequenced practice of dynamic flowing movements to the rhythm of the Breath. The practitioners will have the opportunity to make their practices as physically challenging as they wish.

Soft Yoga 

A soothing, soft yoga for anyone who wants to stretch, relax, ease pain or tension, and just FEEL BETTER. A class specifically designed for Every Body no matter your flexibility or experience level (including people managing injuries or health issues). All poses will be accessible for every participant. Leave feeling calm, confident, and happy. 

Slow Flow

Slow flow, like Vinyasa, moves through pose sequences such as Sun Salutation, but at a slower pace and holding poses longer. Less rigorous than Vinyasa but with the beauty of flowing from pose to pose. An opportunity to go a little deeper into the asanas (poses) and into the dynamics of the mind.

Yin Yoga

The opposite of Vinyasa, Yin Yoga is slow and quiet, moving deeply into each posture by staying and relaxing into the posture over three to five minutes. This is not to say, the practice will be boring or easy! Staying in a posture for so long can be quite challenging. It gives you time to witness the fluctuations of the mind and find just how much deeper or further you can go in a pose. Practicing Yin Yoga can bring balance to your other (more energized – yang) yoga practices (like Vinyasa). The yin practice goes deep into the body, working connective tissues – the ligaments, bones, and joints. 


Power is based on the traditional method of Ashtanga. It will make you sweat and work hard, yet it is not considered a physical practice. Most famous yogis and yoginis practice following this method, such as Kino MacGregor, Chuck Miller, Maty Ezraty, amongst others. This practice purifies the body and makes it healthy, it alings it. Opens energy channels. It is considered the most mature way to practice asana. “Practice daily, and all is coming”.