Hatha: Hatha yoga is comprised of nearly 200 postures and hundreds of variations. Classes are moderately paced and widely varied, focusing on both standing and floor sequences coupled with breathing exercises. Hatha works the entire body helping to improve core strength, balance, flexibility and aid in stress reduction. This is a great class for beginners.
Vinyasa: A more vigorous style of yoga which turns static yoga postures into a dynamic flow. Attention is placed on breath and the journey between the postures. Vinyasa helps to strengthen and tone the entire body, while increasing overall flexibility. All levels, beginner friendly.
Slow Flow: This is a milder and slower paced class than Vinyasa, incorporating smooth flowing movements between poses. Slow Flow offers a variety of postures, including grounded, standing, stretching and mild core work.
Slow Flow is about exploring and refining the poses while illuminating the transitions between them, ultimately deepening awareness. This is a great class for beginners and those looking to slow down in movement.
Yin: A quiet, more meditative practice consisting primarily of seated and reclined floor postures which are typically held for 3 to 5 minutes each. Yin yoga encourages circulation in the joints and aids in overall flexibility by targeting the connective tissues of the body (tendons, ligaments, fascia). Emphasis is on the relaxation of muscles while focusing on breath work and meditation. All levels, beginner friendly.