Our classes are all open level. We have carefully selected yoga teachers that embody a comprehensive understanding of the path of yoga. Our classes are safe, accessible, and fueled by our commitment to helping you achieve a still mind and a healthy body. For further information, check our teacher bios and class descriptions.
Sat 2 - 3pm, Wed 12:30 - 1:30pm, Fri 9:30 - 10:30am
In this slow, breath centered class you will quiet your mind and strengthen your body. The focus is on developing greater body/breath awareness, developing a sense of self-compassion, and allowing a space for relaxation and release. Kim Gold teaches this class which is based on the Atmananda Yoga Sequence as she learned it from its founder. Students are encouraged to honor their bodies and practice at a pace that is comfortable to them. Modifications of poses are given. All levels are welcome.
Thurs 6:30 - 7:30pm
Stephanie's class is the perfect way to bring your week to a close. Through her expert instruction and blend of vinyasa, static postures, and pilates based movements, you will develop strength and release stress. All levels are welcome.
Tues 7:15 - 8:15pm
This is a full Integral Yoga class encompassing pranayama, asana, chanting, and a generous yoga nidra (final relaxation). Students are guided along the path of yoga as a spiritual and physical discipline. This class is the perfect antidote to a long, stressful day. All levels are welcome.
Jnanaprabha Jennifer Bobbe (RYT-200) will teach a full Integral Yoga basic class incorporating a complete yoga practice. The class is appropriate for all levels including new beginners. The goal of the class is an "easeful body, peaceful mind, useful life." It is intended as preparation for seated meditation and we will take this opportunity to engage in an optional seated meditation practice immediately following class.
Sundays 10:00 - 11:00am
Join Kristen on Sunday mornings for a relaxing and invigorating vinyasa flow class. Kristen's class is centered on breath and movement and will help center you in the present moment.
Fridays 1:15 - 2:15pm
Ahimsa is Sanskrit for non-harming. In this class you will learn to practice in a way that promotes compassion towards oneself and greater health and healing.