Class Description


Bikram Hot Yoga

All Bikram Yoga Beginning Series classes run for 90 minutes and consist of the same series of 26 postures, including two breathing exercises. Bikram Yoga is a hot yoga style and is ideally practiced in a room heated to (95–108 °F) with a humidity of 40%.

1 Hour Bikram Hot Yoga

Not ready for the 90 min class?, then this hot yoga one hour class is perfect for you to get an idea on what Bikram hot yoga is all about and all that it consists of, it will have the same series of 26 postures, including two breathing exercises. Instead of doing the postures twice this class will only be doing the postures once.


 Bikram Yoga is a hot yoga style, and is ideally practiced in a room heated to 35–42 °C (95–108 °F) with a humidity of 40%

Yin Yoga

A Yin yoga class usually consists of a series of long-held, passive floor poses that mainly work the lower part of the body - the hips, pelvis, inner thighs, lower spine. These areas are especially rich in connective tissues. The poses are held for up to five minutes, sometimes longer.

Yin Yang

Suitable for all levels.  Yin Yoga invites you to slow down and create space for stillness while nourishing joints, ligaments, tendons, and fascia. Yin is yoga at its coolest, deepest, quietest, stillest moments. This class will have you on the floor most of the time, using as many props needed to create as little effort while holding poses. Poses are held for 2-5 minutes allowing joints and fascia to release. This class will complement your Vinyasa practice and will open and release areas in need of more stretching.

 Restorative Yoga

This gentle class will guide you through body opening poses, loosening tension and relieving stress. Moving at a slower pace and holding stretches longer will allow you to relax your mind and your body. Leave relaxed, content, and ready to take on the day! Open to students of all levels. This class is also gentle enough to take during pregnancy.

Vinyasa Flow


Vinyasa is dynamic flow Yoga with an emphasis on breath/body movement. We hold poses, but our focus is on the transition between poses and the body control we develop therein.

Mommy & Me

Bring your little one to enjoy an hour filled with breathing techniques to calm you and your baby, gentle baby massage and stretches, playtime, games stories, asanas for the Mommy, community building and sharing and more!


A simple meditation to use to begin the transition from Beta or Alpha to the Theta State is to focus on the breath. The breath and mind work in tandem, so as breath begins to lengthen, brain waves begin to slow down. To begin the meditation, sit comfortably in your chair with your shoulders relaxed and spine tall.

Spin Class

Saddle up and experience the most enjoyable and effective workouts ever, a high energy class with great music and motivating Instructors riding a varied mixture of flats, hills & sprints while burning calories all the way! 

 Beginner Barre yoga

A combination of ballet poses, core training, and hand weights, barre targets the four major muscle groups—the thighs, arms, abdominals, and glutes. The workout was originally invented in 1959 by German dancer Lotte Berk. After injuring her back, she decided to create an exercise program that combined her physical therapy exercise with ballet technique to give people the sculpted body of a dancer without the injuries.