yoga class descriptions

Using Yoga props in our practice make each moment on our mats highly accessible. We suggest that you bring 2 blocks, a strap, bolster, and blanket to each class. Don’t have these, no worries! We encourage you go get creative. Books, a belt, or a pillow are all wonderful supportive tools as well!

accessible yoga

All people, regardless of ability or background, deserve equal access to the ancient practices of yoga, which offer individual empowerment and spiritual awakening. Accessible Yoga classes aim to build strong networks and advocate for an accessible, equitable and dynamic yoga culture. Class explorations could include centering techniques, asana that is adapted to be inclusive for everyone in class, closing breathing techniques, meditation and rest. All practices are approached in a consent- and trauma-informed way. Bring props such as chairs, straps, blocks and bolsters.

chair yoga

We invite you to come experience one of the gentlest ways of practicing Yoga. Explore gentle shapes, deep ways of breathing and connecting with your heart, while creatively using the support of a chair. So lovely!

gentle yoga

Wanting to move slower, and feel more at ease? Are you working with chronic pain or an injury? If yes, this practice may be for you! This class is designed to support you in exploring the gentler side of moving your body, breathing more with intention, and calmly centering your mind.

hatha yoga

Designed for all students, these gentle yet strength-building classes emphasize warming-up slowly, guided breath cues, and time to feel what’s present inside. These are wonderful practices that center you in peace, calmly focus the mind, and support you in aligning with your heart.

moving into meditation

In this class we enter stillness through body and breath awareness. Guided meditations offer different ways of calming and centering hearts and minds. Basic yoga postures and movement are ways to practice mindfulness dynamically and help to prepare the body and mind for silent meditation. Each class will include basic instruction, guided meditation, movement and time for questions and sharing. No experience is necessary to experience these wonderful tools that help us stay awake and present in our lives with mindfulness and compassion.

yin yoga am

You wake up feeling a little tired and overwhelmed with the start of the week. Get out of your head and into your body with this morning Yin Yoga practice. We will focus on poses that uplift our energy, clear away the cobwebs, and get you ready for the day and week ahead. We stay on the floor and hold the poses long while we connect to our breathing. It’s a great way to get perspective on our thoughts and behaviors.

yin yoga pm

It’s getting late and you are ready to call it a day. Before you climb into bed you want to calm the mind and release any last bit of tension that may be lingering in your body so that you can have a good night sleep. This slow stretchy style of yoga will include poses that help you open the legs, hips, spine, neck and shoulders. We stay on the floor and hold the poses anywhere from 2 to 5 minutes allowing the body to relax and let go. After practice, a glass of water or cup of warm sleepy time tea and you are ready to hit the pillow.

yoga flow

Enjoy moving gracefully and in sync with your breath! In this class we will combine fluid and dynamic movement with static holds to create balance between strength and flexibility throughout the body to calm the mind, open the heart, and create a moving meditation.

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