Yoga Class Descriptions

Start from where you are. Our classes are taught over several weeks to systematically introduce postures and develop strength and flexibility.


Gentle Restorative, and Therapeutic Classes

  • Adaptive Yoga: This class will involve modifications to traditional postures using a chair, the wall, and blocks in order to find physical balance, alignment, and ease.Find classes
  • Gentle Yoga: Yoga offers gentle exercises that can dramatically help those with joint pain or stiffness. In this class, explore the classic joints and glands series of movements, along with additional exercises, breath work, and relaxation. Find classes
  • Restorative Yoga: While all yoga is nurturing, these sessions will especially focus on restorative and supported postures that calm and relax the body. This is a good class for those whose energy is depleted or who need a gentler class for any reason. Find classes
  • Stretch and Relax: This all-levels class will take you head-to-toe(s) through a range of stretches and yoga postures that help to release muscular tension and improve range of motion. Guided breath work, relaxation techniques, and meditation will be included to soothe the nervous system and strengthen the mind-body connection moving you towards a deep sense of inner peace.Find classes
  • Yoga for Osteoporosis: Specially designed practice which includes stretching and muscle activation to help improve the strength and integrity of our bones over time. Find classes
  • Yoga for Pain Management: Yoga breathing techniques, relaxation skills, and postures that are uniquely situated to help in the management of chronic physical and mental pain. Find classes
  • Yoga for Parkinson’s: a complete yoga class specifically catered to students with special challenges in controlled movement. The instructor focuses on increasing mobility and motor control – offering students options for improving their practice with variations, props and personal encouragement. Each class includes postures and movement exercises, breath work, and relaxation. Yoga is a valuable tool for staying connected to the body and finding peace and community while working with a challenging physical condition. Find classes

Beginning / Foundation Level Classes

  • Hatha 1: New to yoga? Begin your training with a balanced program of yoga stretches and postures that are accessible to any ability level. Practice diaphragmatic breathing and systematic relaxation to reduce tension and calm the nervous system. Find classes

Continuing Level Classes

  • Hatha 2: Variations on basic postures are introduced. Breathing exercises, subtler relaxation methods and deeper meditation skills are developed. Find classes
  • Awakening Prana: A prana-centered style of asana practice emphasizes the subtle and meditative aspects of hatha yoga practice. Maintaining continuous attention on sensation in the body and movement of the breath leads to a state of deep inner awareness, calm and tranquility. Joints and Glands exercises coupled with Yin-style postures create an appropriate practice for any level practitioner. Each session will also include guided relaxation and seated meditation. Find classes
  • Core Strength: This class includes core muscle-isolation exercises interwoven within a classical asana sequence. Find classes
  • Yin Yoga: The practice of Yin Yoga is a slow-paced method in which poses are held for extended periods of time with a focus on increasing circulation and energetic flow into joints, ligaments and connective tissues. Find classes
  • Strong Seniors: Fine-tune your yoga practice with like-minded yogis who want to maintain a safe and effective practice honoring our bodies into mid-life and beyond. Find classes

Experienced Level Classes

  • Hatha 3: Practice new and more challenging postures, building endurance and flexibility. Explore pranayama and breathing exercises to increase energy and focus the mind. Find classes