We off Several Yoga Class Formats to Serve All Levels

Highly Experienced and Educated Yoga Instructors


Rising Shine Yoga

Wake up and begin your day with a slow, gentle flow, creating a solid foundation of physical and mental awareness. Connecting movement with breath and setting intention for your day ahead will leave you feeling clear and centered. If you are struggling with limited movement, injuries, weight loss or stress- this is a perfect class to begin your journey. All levels of yoga practitioner are welcome.


Gentle Flow Yoga

This class will combine flowing movement with held postures to focus on stiff parts of the body such as the hips, pelvis, inner thighs and spine. If you feel tired over-stimulated, or like your energy is too erratic, your mind overactive, whether you are craving for energy or you feel you have too much of it. No yoga experience is required; simply come with the willingness to be still and present with yourself.

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Restorative Flow Yoga

Change the way you look, think, and feel. Focus on BREATHING thru a series of postures to improve strength, balance, and flexibility... Body & Mind. As muscles are stretched and contracted at a cellular level; lipids and proteins reorganize optimally allowing for better circulation. Appropriate for all levels of yoga practitioner.

Connecting movement with breath, holding balancing postures and cooling down at the end of class with stretching and mediation. Bring a friend. Bring your loved ones. All ages and levels of practitioner welcome.

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Yin Yoga

Yin yoga is a slow-paced style of yoga with postures, or asanas, that are held for longer periods of time—for beginners, it may range from 45 seconds to two minutes; more advanced practitioners may stay in one asana for five minutes or more.This a restorative class appropriate for all fitness levels.

Why is a consistent yoga and breathing practice so crucial for our mental and physical health?

A study done by the National Institute of Health showed that 10 weeks of yoga practice showed significant reduction of PTSD (post traumatic stress syndrome) symptoms in patients who failed to respond to traditional western treatment. To heal trauma we need emotional regulation. This can be done by accessing the parasympathetic nervous system. Deep breathing and yoga stimulate the vagus nerve. The vagus nerve is a bundle of nerves that run from the brain to every organ and system in the body. Trauma sets the nervous system haywire and causes hyper arousal. By activating the parasympathetic nervous system the body can be in ‘rest and digest state.’ People who have been through trauma are fearful of their own emotions and sensations around them. This is why addiction is common: its a distraction from the inner world. HEALING is about accessing and finding safety in the inner world. Become addicted to yoga and healing. We’ve all been through some type of trauma. Love yourself and begin your yoga practice to experience how it heals the relationship between your own heart and mind, creating inner peace, balance and emotional intelligence.

Will Yoga help you lose weight?

Absolutely. Yoga is incredible for aiding in digestion. Yoga postures and breathing help get everything in your body moving and flowing, helping your body eliminate waste faster. Yoga will activate your digestive system so it can detox and cleanse your body, which will eliminate stagnant toxins and aid in weight loss. Moving your body, holding postures and stretching will help build muscle over time and burn fat. Consistency is the key to achieving your fitness goals. Make a commitment to yourself to show up and make health your priority.