Class Descriptions

Class Descriptions


Restore balance to your life with this light-hearted and joyful class. This class teaches the fundamentals, including sun salutations, standing postures, balancing postures and seated postures. Emphasis is placed on moving with the breath and into and out of postures safely and with correct alignment. This class is for beginners and anyone interested in working on fundamentals.

Boomer Yoga

Energize the years ahead with this series of poses based on Beryl Bender Birch’s Boomer Yoga. This dynamic practice will keep your body young, your mind vibrant and your spirit soaring! Beginners and students of any age are welcome in this class.

Community Yoga

Free/By Donation. Community classes are taught by new and in-training teachers. Support our emerging teachers, enjoy some great yoga, and have fun! Appropriate for any level of yoga experience.

Community Recovery Class

Free / By Donation.  Any Level. Empower yourself with the ability to access a peaceful, restorative inner state that integrates mind, body, and spirit through yoga postures, breathing and meditation techniques. Anyone actively involved in any 12 step or other recovery program is welcome in this class. No yoga experience necessary. Beginners welcome. Any donation welcome. Pay what you can.

FREE Yoga for Veterans

Free / By Donation. Classes often begin with a guided meditation practice to help connect with the breath and tune in to what’s going on in their mind and body. Students are then led through a series of physical poses, or asanas, like the Forward Folds or Tree Posture. Classes end with a relaxation pose. The simple but effective practices used in the class have been adapted and clinically tested specifically for military service members and veterans recovering from post-traumatic stress or stress associated with civilian readjustment. They can be used to enhance the health of the body and mind, regardless of physical limitation or psychological distress.  Read more…

Morning Flow

Jump start your day, wake up your body and get your energy flowing in this light-hearted and joyful class. In this class we will coordinate breathing and movement in a series of postures that are accessible to all bodies. Students are encouraged to make each practice as physically challenging (or not!) as is appropriate. All levels welcome to attend.

Present Power

Present Power is a series of postures conceptualized by our teacher, Beryl Bender Birch, author of Power Yoga. This phenomenal practice will open, cleanse, and energize your Body, Mind, and Spirit and re-ignite delight in life. This practice is designed for each student to do as much or as little as they choose to do. It is traditional for beginners to practice right along side of more experienced practitioners. Newer students are welcome to participate to the best of their ability. Prepare to sweat and cleanse in our beautiful studio, heated to 75 – 80 degrees.

Gentle Flow

Beginners always welcome! A very nurturing and relaxing practice of accessible postures.  A soft asana flow that benefits the mind, opens the heart, creates space in the joints, and builds strength slowly. Classes end with a deep nurturing relaxation.  Seasoned practitioners who want a softer practice will love this class.


Step away from the frenetic activity of daily life and go inward. Restorative yoga is a gentle, relaxing form of yoga and is a wonderful complement to more active practices.  Props are used to support the body in each posture, allowing for complete surrender and relaxation. The lights may be dimmed and if it is chilly, you may be covered with a blanket since you will not be warming up the body the way you would be in a more active class. After you are set up in a posture with all your props, you will hold the posture for an extended period. This class will bring you a sense of peace and calm in a busy world.


A quiet yet profound and highly therapeutic style of yoga that is available to all students at all levels. The power of Yin is in its long-held relaxed floor postures. This kind of stretch stimulates the deep, connective “Yin” tissues of the body, affecting not only the physical body, but also energetic aspects of the self.  It is a logical balance to dynamic, muscular, “yang” forms of yoga and/ or strenuous exercise.

Yoga for First Responders

By Donation. First Responders and staff are welcome in this class. Classes are taught by instructors certified to teach FREE Yoga for Veterans. Classes typically begin with a breathing exercise followed by yoga postures appropriate for most levels of physical fitness and yoga experience. Classes end with a rest or guided relaxation. Trauma sensitive class: No hands-on assists. No pre-registration necessary.

Yoga for Mind-Body Resilience

Find peace through mindful practices. Use the proven, ancient practices of yoga to create a calm and steady, body-mind. Classes typically begin with a breathing exercise followed by yoga postures appropriate for most levels of physical fitness and yoga experience. Classes end with a rest or guided relaxation. Trauma sensitive class: No hands-on assists.

Yoga Nidra

Experience the bliss of the simple, yet powerful practice called Yoga Nidra, or Yogic Sleep – an extended period of deep, guided relaxation. This class is for any level of physical fitness or experience. No prior experience with Yoga or Yoga Nidra needed – all are welcome. Please wear comfortable clothing.