Yoga Class Descriptions

Beginner Yoga

If you have been curious about yoga this class is for you! It will teach you the basics and allow you to progress at your own pace.
Consistent attendance will build your skills, confidence and familiarity with the poses. Please wear comfortable clothing and bring your own yoga mat. Bare feet recommended.



Hatha yoga simply refers to a set of physical poses designed to align the body and increase physical extension and stability.  Hatha is translated as “sun” (ha) and “moon”(tha), relating to opposites explored such as effort and surrender, strength and length, and an even quality of breath.  Participants will benefit from reduced tightness, increased mobility and circulation as well as improved balance and posture.  In addition, the focus on breath awareness promotes calm and builds clarity of mind while facilitating greater ease and energy in the entire body.Please wear comfortable clothing and bring your own yoga mat. Bare feet recommended.

Power Flow


Power FLow is a fitness-based Vinyasa practice.  Each 60 minute yoga classs is set to energizing music with focus on building strength, flexibility, breath awareness.  You will leave this class feeling energized and strong, with a sweaty glow.  All levels welcome to join.  Please wear comfortable clothing a bring your yoga mat.

Restorative Yoga

Originally designed to help with recovery from illness or injury, Restorative Yoga encourages deep relaxation and meditation to restore health and peace of mind by finding the power of inner healing. It may feel like you are doing nothing but the effects are undeniable. Please wear comfortable (warm) clothing and bring your own yoga mat. Socks recommended.

Yin and Restore


Yin is a passive yet challenging asana practice. Yin poses stretch, strengthen and enhance the natural range of mobility the connective tissue of the hips, pelvis and lower spine. You will be in a pose for 3-5 minutes which will also increase the flow of energy to the tissues around the joints.  This quiet, still practice also trains the mind to become comfortable with discomfort. We will close with one or two restorative poses. These are also held for a long period but are focused on resting the parasympathetic nervous system through intense relaxation. The perfect way to end the week and prepare for the weekend.