We offer a variety of yoga classes with a focus on sustainability - yoga that can be practiced for life.
Our classes range in levels from Gentle to Level 2, so we have offerings for beginners totally new to yoga, advanced practitioners, and everyone in between.
We have dozens of unique classes that all fall under the following categories. A full description of each instructor's offerings are listed on our schedule pages.
Community Yoga classes are budget-friendly! We offer these classes once a week at each location in an effort to make yoga accessible to the entire community. You can expect a Hatha practice unless otherwise specified, and some of the classes are on a rotation or different instructors.
Flow, also referred to as Vinyasa, is a type of asana practice that builds off of Hatha by connecting poses with flowing movements. Flow classes are more fast-paced and cardiovascular than Hatha classes.
Gentle classes are slower, more gentle versions of Hatha practice. Great for beginners as well as experienced practitioners.
The basis of all yoga asana practice, Hatha focuses on the poses themselves as opposed to the movements between them.
A sort of catch-all for our other classes, specialty classes are Hatha-based and are offered for a specific purpose. Some examples are Yoga for Strength & Balance, Prenatal Yoga, and Postpartum Yoga.
Gentle classes are suitable for beginners, people who have not exercised in a while, or anyone looking to get in some healthy movement without moving quickly.
Level 1 classes are meant for those who have limited experience with yoga, who have been away from yoga for a long time, or enjoy a practice that offer some challenge, but allows space for modifications and rest.
Level 2 classes are meant for practitioners with yoga experience who are looking for a more challenging practice, often involving more difficult balances, inversions and back bends.
All Levels classes are suitable for practitioners with at least some experience with yoga. Variations are offered in All Levels classes so that your practice can be up- or down- scaled to meet your needs.