Our Current Classes

    • Our doors open 15 minutes before class starts. Doors will be locked during class.
    • Bring your yoga mat or we have some for rent. We also suggest bringing a towel for heated classes.
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    Hatha (Original "HOT YOGA")

    A traditional all-level class offering balance of breath (pranayama), posture (asana), and meditation (dyana), with the goal of bringing about a sound, healthy body and a clear, peaceful mind. The practice is performed in specific order and is focused on the classic 26 postures, building strength, balance, and flexibility.


    Ashtanga (Original Vinyasa)

    This is the root of all breath-based yoga classes. There is a coordinated sequence of Vinyasa (counts) synchronized with the breath, with sun salutations, standing and seated postures. The ultimate purpose of the Ashtanga practice is purification of the body and mind. By moving quickly and powerfully, and breathing deeply you will begin to evolve past the asana and tap into what is known as “a state of yoga”. 


    A passive restorative class performed on the mat with gentle lighting, music, and instruction promoting relaxation and rejuvenation. Long-held stretching poses work deep connective tissue, ligaments, tendons, and joints. A great compliment to other forms of yoga or the rigors of daily life.



    An ambitious yoga class that will have you moving, breathing, and sweating. Sequences focus on building strength and flexibility in the mind, body, and spirit and include sun salutations, balancing, back bending, and inversions.

    Hot Spot Pilates

    A fun, challenging, full body, low impact, high intensity workout using pilates principles, performed on a yoga mat & towel in a heated room with energetic music. Hot pilates is an amazing workout that strengthens muscles and burns fat without the pounding of a high impact workout.

    Slow Flow

    A gentle pace in which yoga stretches are alternated with strengthening, revitalizing and more active yoga poses. Each class starts with a breathing practice and a gentle warm-up, followed by some more strength building poses in combination with passage poses and ending with relaxation.