Beginner: For anyone new to the practice or returning students. Focus on alignment through breath modification of poses and philosopshy.
Vinyasa flow: For students who have a regular yoga practice and want to explore a deeper edge. Classes have a faster pace utilizing the breath to move from asana to asana with grace.
Gentle Flow: Open to all students. Perfect for pregnant women. Focus on fundamentals of alignments of asana, breathing, techniques, & philosophy
Level 1-2: Considered our intermediate class. a step up to our gentle, slow class.
Multi-level: Open to all- beginner, intermediate, & advanced. Allows new students to safely expand their edge while experienced students are challenged
Flow to Slow:Vigorous Vinyasa with restorative counterpart before savasana. Balance in output & input.
Forrest: Forrest yoga is a practice that focuses on the breath, alignment, building strength, and helping connect in feeling with one's body. Classes are conducted in a warm room (85F) where you move slower and stay in poses longer. Specifically crafted sequences are intended to build internal heat in order to sweat our toxins and aid in releasing emotions stored in the body.
Slow Flow: especially for those beginning their study of yoga. Classes are slow, conscious, & deep.
Hot Vinyasa: Room is heated for students who have a regular yoga practice and want to explore a deeper edge.
Ananda Bliss: Our signature class. Gentle movements and deep, deep rest in prop-supported postures designed to stimulate the relaxation response, Practioner uses hands on assist, energy work, & essential oils.
Prenatal: Connect with your body and your baby in a safe, supportive environment with our doula, Monica.
Chair Yoga: Work to maintain and improve stretch range of motion in all of your joints. Strengthens muscles & bones and improves balance in basic standing postures with the use of a chair. Together, we'll experience the stress-reducing benefits of meditation and breathwork. * NOT CURRENTLY ON SCHEDULE
Phoenix Rising Yoga: Phoenix Rising Yoga a combination of classical yoga techniques and elements of contemporary body-mind psychology, encourages this deeper connection with self. Through this deeper connection, we are able to know ourselves more fully. Out of this knowing, we are more easily moved to embrace the opportunity for change, growth, and enhanced will being in body, feelings, thought, and spirit.