Class Passes Available.
6 classes for $50
Class Description and Schedule
All classes are now in our Upstairs Studio
1 hour long unless otherwise stated
$10 per drop-in class
$5 for students
Please, come 10-15 minutes early to get signed in or register your child in child watch located in the downstairs studio
Send us a message if you have any questions
We always love hearing from you!
Deep release and restoration will be felt as you hold yoga poses for an extended period of time, commonly between 1-3 minutes.
These gentle, supported poses will add balance to any yoga practice, and leave you feeling as if you've had a massage.
Rest. Relax. Restore.
Assisting you with the tools to support building a more restful mind and body. All of the props are used while you relax during Restorative yoga.
Soft, nurturing, slow-paced class with seated, standing, and laying down poses. Using all of the yoga props-
blocks, straps, the wall, chairs, bolsters, and blankets. You will feel supported and comfortable throughout this gentle yoga class.
This class will have you moving at a slower pace and provide education on supporting your body as you build a yoga foundation.
Slow Flow is a wonderful class for learning yoga poses and proper prop usage
Sunday 10am (child watch available)
Friday 5pm (child watch available)
Offering seated, standing, sun salutations*, and laying down poses. This class will build strength and flexibility,
but most of all you will leave feeling good.
Mixed Level Yoga
Monday 6:30pm (child watch available)
Just as amazing as Basic Yoga, but taking it to the next level. Previous yoga experience would be beneficial, but it is not necessary.
Pilates uses muscle strength and endurance to increase flexibility. It will also emphasize proper alignment and core strength, not to mention balance, while focusing mostly on your lower back, hips, and abdominal muscles.
Thursday 6:30pm (child watch available)
An intense yoga practice pairing breath with movement while building strength and endurance. Previous yoga experience would be very beneficial.
*Sun salutations include a series of poses- standing, folding forward, stepping back into a plank, lowering down onto your stomach,
and then pushing back into a downward facing dog.