An all levels strong, fun, flowing class focused on moving mindfully, in connection with your breath. The postures and sequencing are influenced by many traditions (Ashtanga, Anusara, SriDaiva, Baptiste, Power Yoga) and vary from class to class. The temperature is approximately 95 degrees. While music is often played, it takes second seat to your breath. Come prepared to examine your edge, leave happy and at least a little sweaty.
A hot 26 posture, two breathing exercise moving meditation requiring discipline and developing self-awareness. This class systematically stretches, strengthens and balances your body using a set sequence of held poses. Perfect for beginners and appropriate even for many students with movement restrictions, including wrist, shoulder, knee or hip injuries, yet challenging even for the most athletic, fit and balanced bodies. Come try it, yes, definitely more than once!
A combination of vinyasa and yin. We begin with a heated vinyasa practice focused on flowing mindfully through poses that cultivate strength and balance and ending with a yin practice, which emphasizes improving flexibility.
An unheated Vinyasa style yoga class held every Sunday night at 7:30pm accompanied by a live musician. Likely guests include Billy Pratt on guitar and Micaela Cooley on cello. A beautiful way to close your weekend and prepare for the coming week.
Whether this is your first time practicing yoga, or your first time visiting our studio, here are answers to questions you may have.
Absolutely! Come to any class. Arrive 15-25 minutes early so we can show you a few things.
Clean comfortable clothing like shorts and a t-shirt or tank top. For the hot classes, it going to be pretty hot, so long pants and long sleeves are not recommended. When your skin is exposed to the air, your sweat can evaporate and cool your body – so don’t wipe the sweat. You might want to bring a change of clothes for afterward too.
We rent mats, towels and sell water, but you are also welcome to bring your own. We ask that you use a mat and large towel for class. If you’d like to lock your stuff, you can bring your own lock or borrow one from us. In addition to a dry change of clothes, bring a bag for your wet clothes and anything you need to shower.
You are never too old, too out of shape or too inflexible for this yoga. Know that everyone feels challenged by these practices. Everyone, no matter how experienced, is encouraged to take breaks as needed. As with any new, vigorous activity, check with your physician if you are concerned about any health issues, and please share your concerns with your teacher before class so we can safely support your practice.
Now, it's great! We have a small parking lot out in front of the entrance, and street parking is always free. (Please don't park in our neighbor's spots and hopefully they will return the favor.)
Yes, we have two showers. Please bring what you need to shower.
Yes, for both individuals and groups. Please email us describing your request, and we will respond promptly.
We open 25 – 30 minutes before each class and just 15min before the 6am class. We close the front door once class begins. Classes begin and end on time.
Please remove your shoes and turn off your cell phone when you arrive.
Arrive hydrated, so drink plenty of water in the 24 hours prior to class. (Every body is different, but at least 2 liters is a good rule of thumb; more if you are also drinking coffee, tea, alcohol or other diuretics.)
Eating or drinking a lot right before class is not recommended.
Please do not apply perfume prior to practicing as some students may be sensitive or allergic.
Please plan to remain in the yoga room for the entire class.
Come prepared to have a fantastic time!
If you have any other questions, please don’t hesitate to email us at [email protected]