class descriptions

All classes are 60 minutes unless otherwise noted. Most classes can be adapted to accommodate any level practitioner; we strive to provide approachable classes, but we understand everyone has unique needs and preferences so please contact us for specific recommendations and we'd be happy to help you find a good fit. If it's your first time visiting us, be sure to check out our FAQs. 

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Flow

Classes labeled Flow focus on synchronizing movement with breath. The poses are woven together differently each time and vary according to each teacher's style- this will lead to some natural variance in perceived level of difficulty, but options are provided to modify up or down. Folks love this style for its dance-like feel and creative sequencing. 

There are different levels of heat associated with the classes as described by their titles.

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Hot & Slow

Hot & Slow classes are great for those who want to experience heat at a slower pace. These classes have few to no vinyasas making them ideal for shoulder recovery and/or challenge moving up and down. Inspired by classic sequences recognized in Ashtanga, Bikram, and Hatha styles, poses are held for several breaths without flowing transitions, making this a great place to get to know poses or refine alignment! The slower pace offers a challenging, meditative component with ample time to feel each shape develop.

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Yin / Restorative

Yin and Restorative classes are slow, relaxing, and deeply rejuvenating. 

Yin is a practice of supported stretching. Most postures are practiced on the ground or wall with an abundance of props and held for 2-5 minutes. 

Restorative practices aim to create a space of deep, meditative rest. Props provide complete support in each posture, held for 5-15 minutes of rest, and occasionally, sleep. 

Non-heated unless noted

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