Yoga Styles

Yoga Styles
Find the style that is right for you


Vinyasa classes utilize smoothly flowing and consist of a series of poses that will teach you to coordinate with the flow of your breath. Vinyasa movements cultivate balance, stability, flexibility, and vigor. Breath awareness and coordination are carried throughout the practice as the asana ebbs and flows between effort and ease. Because vinyasa practice puts a strong focus on sun salutations, most vinyasa classes will focus heavily on this sequence. The continuous movement of vinyasa reflects the impermanence of all forms and the necessity of accepting change to achieve balance and completeness

Align & Flow

This is a mindful movement practice that incorporates meditation and pranayama.  It will be a moderate pace of practice and options will be provided for all levels of practitioners; some yoga experience is recommended. We will workshop a different posture each week that may take a different shape for each individual depending on accessibility and mobility.  The intention of this class is to move thoughtfully and slowly enough to offer alignment instruction to build functional, sustainable movement patterns that increase the health and wellbeing of each practitioner, but quickly enough to build heat, strength, and stamina. The concept of stages of “krama” will be explored, and key actions for each posture workshopped will be incorporated into the body through the practice.
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Power Yoga

Super charge your day! Power yoga is active and athletic. Fill each chakra with consciousness and intention, bring power and breath into every cell of your body.  It’s a work-out and also deeply healing as it brings you fully present into your body, into your day.  Clear all of your energy fields, explore your body like a universe, remember your north star and connect with your true nature, body, mind and soul….all in an hour!!  

Mobility & Foam Rolling

Let’s get moving in a meaningful way! In this movement mobility class we will focus on functional, full-body strengthening exercises (think plank, and variations), balance, tension release (ball and foam rolling), and stretching. This class builds stability and strength in a safe way, so we can continue to move with confidence and intention in our daily lives.

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Iyengar Yoga

Iyengar yoga is a type of hatha yoga based on the teachings of BKS Iyengar, and on the eight limbs of yoga as described in Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras. It focuses on precise body alignment, the use of props to help students of all abilities perform the asanas, and an understanding of the therapeutic potential of yoga. The asanas build strength, flexibility, stamina, and balance, and the postures are held for longer periods of time in order to cultivate control of the breath, concentration, and inward self study. Classes are characterized by their precision, with teachers giving detailed verbal instruction and actively correcting misalignments.


Slow Flow is a mindful, slower paced yoga class that is meditative and emphasizes peace and calmness of body and mind. Poses are held for a longer period of time to teach principles of proper physical and energetic alignment. This means that you can plan on taking several rounds of breath in each pose, instead of moving to each breath. The challenge in the class comes from holding postures for a longer period of time and the simultaneous steering of consciousness to the awareness of breath and movement. Breathing and mindfulness practices are taught in simpler sequences. Slow Flow is a great place to start if you are new to flow-style yoga or anyone wanting a methodically paced class that still emphasizes the connection between breath and movement.

Therapeutic Yoga

Therapeutic Yoga uses a methodic application of sequences to unwind fascial patterns of holding and pain in the body. Much of the work is floor-based and passive, but that doesn’t mean it’s easy! This therapeutic style of Yoga resets the nervous system, opens the joints, and releases patterns of restriction in the body, using long holds and specific alignment. This is an all-levels class, and everybody—athletes, couch potatoes, young and old, will find this practice accessible and will benefit from it. 

Kaiut yoga

This yoga practice was designed to serve the modern body and mind. Francisco Kaiut’s method is influenced by his professional practice as a chiropractor and his education in craniosacral and polarity therapies, deep tissue massage, and hatha yoga. The Kaiut Method works deeply with the joints, to return the body to its optimal structure and function, thereby allowing the internal systems to work as efficiently as possible for as long as possible—anti-aging yoga from the inside out. By focusing on the joints instead of stretching the muscles, practitioners can work with the cause behind the symptom. This inclusive method uses simple shapes to create a yoga format accessible to all practitioners regardless of flexibility, strength, age, or experience, and is intended to restore true freedom of movement to the body, and in turn the mind.

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Original Hot YOGA

This class follows a regular series of 26 yoga poses and two breathing exercises. The poses are designed to work all areas of the body in an efficient and effective order. The room will be heated. The heat warms the muscles, invigorates the circulatory system, and improves the heart rate, and the resulting sweat releases toxins and impurities through the skin. In this one-hour class we perform each posture only once. 

Acro Yoga

Acro Yoga, or “Acro” combines the practices of partner yoga, acrobatics and Thai massage. Classes and workshops all begin with yoga and mobility movements before moving into a playful “solar” expression – otherwise known as the more acrobatic movements – with tutorials on safety in “basing,” “flying,” and conscious spotting. The experience then winds down into the “lunar” side of the practice, with tutorials on Thai massage and partner therapeutics. You can share acro with partners, children, roommates, and friends as these movements require no props and can be explored with people of all ages and abilities when done from a baseline of safe alignment and clear communication. No partner required to attend. 
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Silent meditation

We start each session with a simple chime, followed by 30 minutes of silence and meditation. The silence is broken by another chime. Tea will follow, and conversation is then welcome. You are invited to bring your favorite sitting surface to this practice. This free class is a weekly community offering.

Yoga conditioning

This class blends dynamic strength training or functional mobility practices with the mindful principles of yoga for increased cardiovascular fitness, physical recovery, agility, and body confidence. Featuring high intensity intervals or the use of mobility enhancing props, yoga conditioning builds stamina, increases range of motion, and improves aerobic capacity.

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Kids Movement & Mindfulness

Join us weekly for a 60 minute movement and mindfulness class. This class is perfect for kids ages 6-11. It will weave together fun poses, music, games, stories, and other sensory-integrated activities to promote flexibility, strength, balance, collaboration, mindfulness and wellness both on and off the yoga mat.

Stick Mobility & BReathwork

This unique class will reduce physical pain/tightness and calm the nervous system through combining Stick Mobility and guided breathing. Participants can expect to: Utilize beginner-friendly Stick Mobility to dissolve joint pain, alleviate muscle tightness, and improve posture; Practice optimal breathing methods that will calm the nervous system, reduce stress, improve posture, and more; Learn how proper movement and breathing will improve performance, function, and overall well-being. This all-levels class is taught to a relaxing soundtrack and will leave you feeling more balanced, lighter, and happier than when you walked in!

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Breathe to Transform. The breath is an entry point into ourselves. With it we can transform our energy, our physicality, the way that we relate to ourselves, others, and the world around us. It also serves as a portal to altered states of consciousness. Join Matthew and Levitie (on varying weeks) to try out ways of using your breath to access the subconscious, tap into deeper ways of knowing, improve your energy, breathing efficiency, and to become more embodied in your daily life.

sound bath

A sound bath is a full-body meditative experience where recipients lie down and listen to resonant sounds. ClaireZane’s sound baths include both crystal and Himalayan singing bowls, weighted tuning forks, and a singing crystal pyramid. Currently offered on Wednesday evenings immediately following the vinyasa class. 

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