A complete vinyasa practice in one hour! Perfect after school, before a busy evening or while your kids take Kids Yoga at the same time.
An ideal class for our newest yogis! A vinyasa-inspired introduction to the fundamentals of yoga that introduces ideal postures (asanas), hand movements (mudras) and breathing (pranayama). Class is conducted at a gentler pace.
Set to music and lit only by candles, a soulful vinyasa class that builds heat, strength and flexibility while allowing the mind to achieve a deeper meditation, enhanced by the darkness. Attention is paid to the alignment of the physical form as well as to the subtle energy body (chakras).
On Freestyle Fridays, our teachers take requests for poses that you’d like to especially practice or body parts that need extra special attention. We also feature different musicians of all genres. This is the class to get creative!
Denoted with a “(C)” on our class schedule, our community classes are taught by our recent teacher training graduates. You can donate $1, $5, $10, $20 or another amount. 50% of the proceeds benefit Planned Parenthood.
Want to find your inner strength and power? A vigorous, core-focused class with fundamental asanas sequenced throughout, you will definitely feel the midline of your body in this class. Whether you’re looking for firmer abs, working to alleviate back pains or striving to elevate your practice as a whole, this is the class for you! All levels welcome!
A dynamic and challenging class for those who strive to deepen a regular yoga practice. Explore more advanced poses and creative sequences, using strength and flexibility, at a more energetic tempo.
Yoga is a fun way for kids to build strength, spirit and self-esteem. We foster creativity, cooperation and confidence in a safe environment where all kids are perfect just the way they are!
Comprehensive vinyasa practice packed into one hour! The intense sequencing provides a full mind and body workout. A fun way to fit in a workout during your lunch break!
Music Together® music classes are for infants, toddlers, preschoolers and their parents and caregivers. Their philosophy is based on the premise that all children are musical and that parents and caregivers play a crucial role in activating their child’s music development. The classes include songs, rhythmic rhymes and movement and instrument play activities that are developmentally appropriate for the children and easy for caregivers, regardless of their own musical ability.
Mysore Ashtanga is a specialized and highly personalized approach to teaching. Each student is taught the sequence of postures individually; given a one-on-one lesson within a group class. Every student is supported in an ongoing program that is appropriate for beginners and advanced practitioners alike.
An open-level class where energizing postures that develop strength and flexibility are combined with coordinated breath and movement to release tensions held in the body. Modifications are given so that every pose is accessible to students of varying levels.
Stretch, bond, and breathe with your baby in this special yoga class designed for new mothers and infants (4 weeks to 1 year). Meet other moms and babies while while you strengthen and support postpartum and sleep-deprived bodies with specifically chosen asanas and sequences.
A special class that will strengthen your yoga practice beyond the physical limits. Pranayama is a Sanskrit word composed of “prana,” life force or vital energy, particularly, the breath, and “ayama,” to extend or draw out, and means the ability to expand our life force by controlling the breath. By controlling the breath, one can control the mind. A multitude of breathing patterns will be taught to draw in, build and fill the body with energy. All are welcome to join for FREE!
A gentle class designed to ease the aches and pains of mommies-to-be in a nurturing and supportive environment. Class will focus on special breathing techniques and opening the hips, preparing the body for labor and post-partum recovery, as well as maintaining flexibility and muscle strength.
A class that emphasizes the deep and juicy stretch of all major muscles and connective tissues through a series of slow movements and breath awareness. We seek ways to release tightness in your body, whether it’s in your hips and shoulders or hamstrings and quads. We end the class with relaxing, resting pose to prepare your body and mind for the new week!
Start your morning mindfully at a heart-warming and heart-opening class inspired by sun salutations!
Toddlers will begin to explore how yoga helps them feel good about themselves and others, and learn how to enjoy the world around them. They will learn how many yoga poses (asanas) are based on how animals stretch, move and relax.
Yoga helps tweens and teens build the groundwork to live a healthy lifestyle in a safe and non-competitive space. It is a perfect compliment to their busy academic and extracurricular schedule, connecting them with others and themselves in a fun and nurturing environment, and leaving them refreshed and ready for the outside world. Our tween and teen yoga class is held at the same time as an adults class so that parents and caregivers can take class too!
Unnata is the Sanskrit word for “elevated,” meaning both elevated in spirit and physically elevated. Using a yoga hammock, students work with gravity to explore, refine and advance traditional yoga postures both in the air and on the ground. Relax and realign the body, center the mind and uplift the spirit!
The perfect compliment to your dynamic (yang) yoga practices and busy city life! Focusing on long-held passive floor poses combined with breath work and meditation, yin yoga is a deep practice that targets the connective tissues, such as the ligaments, bones, and even the joints of the body that are not exercised in a more active style of asana practice, and helps students not only to open the body, but also to cultivate a meditative component of practice. All levels are welcome!
A gentle class that includes meditation, breathing exercises and soothing yoga sequences for yogis during and after cancer treatment. All stages are welcome, and prior yoga experience is not necessary.