Rates & Classes
- First Class is ALWAYS Free for residents within a 25 mile radius of the studio.
- Drop-in Rate: $12
- SPECIAL One Time Only: 30 Days for $30 (This pass can be saved for when the timing is good for you)
- Monthly Unlimited Pass: $50
- 10 Class Pass: $100 (5 month expiration) Earn a free class if used within 2 months.
$80 over 65 and Full Time Students
- 6 Class Pass: $65 (3 month expiration) Earn a free class if used within 1 month.
$48 over 65 and Full Time Student
Align & Flow
This class is designed to help students build a good foundation in all of the basic Yoga postures. It is suitable for beginners and seasoned practitioners alike who want to refine their alignment for safety and proper posture. Modifications for almost all postures are offered in this class. Students need to be able to move from floor to standing with ease.
Yoga Outside the Lines
Be prepared to lift a few weights, dance and jiggle, breath and build heat in kundalini kriyas, or just move through an unusual and creative sequence of Yoga asanas that are sure to keep your cognitive function as strong as your muscles and bones. Every class will have a little unexpected surprise to keep you building new neural pathways in the brain. This class is sure to add a little laughter and joy to your day. After all, being able to laugh at one’s self is a sure sign of good mental health. Knowledge of the basic foundational poses is helpful, but all levels are welcome to “draw outside of the lines!”
All Levels Flow
This is a light-hearted creative flow class open to everyone. We will move the spine in all directions, work the core, sometimes incorporating kriyas to awaken and open the energy channels of the body. The class will end with longer holds and deeper stretching. Modifications will be offered for most postures. Some experience necessary.
Strong Vinyasa Flow
Vinyasa means "to place in a special way." These classes move at a more vigorous pace. The teacher will guide students through a "one breath, one move" format that requires a working knowledge of the basic poses. Students will learn to link the breath to the body in movement. 75% of our toxins are released from the body through breath. Movement and creating heat in the body, also contribute to detoxification. These classes build heat through movement, and include challenging postures such as arm balances and inversions. Longer holds will be offered in the last portion of class. Not for beginners.
Strong Slow Flow
This is a challenging class for those who have a working knowledge of the basic poses. This flow style class will include kriyas for energy body work and longer standing holds for building muscle and bone strength. This class may include optional opportunities for arm balances and inversion postures. Deep stretches will be made with special attention to joint integrity and stabilization. Not for beginners.
Easy Does It Flow
This class is suited for those with osteopenia, osteoporosis, arthritis, and those who want to move slowly. There will be a gentle, slow warm up, followed by standing poses to build muscle and bone strength and improve balance. There will be modifications using props to help students with injuries move through the poses in a safe way. The last 20 minutes of the class will be on the mat for deeper stretching. This class is great for beginners, because it moves slowly and mindfully with great attention to breath and proper alignment in the body.
Plyolates is a core focused, mind-body workout that blends strength and flexibility, with short bursts of higher intensity aerobic exercise. Plyolates is adaptable to all fitness levels, all movements can be tailored to each individual regardless of age, fitness level, or experience. This class is a great way to build strength, improve balance, and get your heart pumping! Participants will do a series of Pilates mat exercises coupled with a variety of plyometrics and body weight exercises that are sure to challenge and invigorate you!
This class begins in the chair with time to warm the joints and spine. It is a carefully designed class that incorporates modifications that are safe for osteoporosis, arthritis or recovering after injury or surgery. There will be 30 minutes of standing postures to work on balance, agility, strength and flexibility. This is a great class for students to learn good alignment and get a mid- day refresher. Beginners welcome! This class is not offered during the summer months.
Yoga for Lunch
This class is an all levels flow with modifications offered for those who don't want to get too sweaty before returning to work . It's just right to rejuvenate your spirit before you head back to work, or your afternoon errands. This class will be kept to around 50 minutes. There are two large clean bathrooms for changing clothes. This class is not being offered over the summer months.
All levels of Yoga experience welcome. This is a healing practice. The body moves into rest and digest with prop supported postures and mindful breathing practices. This class is meditative and suitable for all levels. There are NO working poses. Join us for total relaxation and decompression from the busy routine of everyday life. Join us to "turn off" and "unplug."
Yang then Yin Yoga
In this one hour Hatha Yoga practice, we begin by tapping into the "Ha" which means sun, yang, masculine, or pranic energy of the subtle body. Be ready for sun salutations, strong standing poses, and backbends. This section of the class builds strength, stamina and heat. We will then move into "tha" the moon, yin, or apanic energy of the subtle body. Think cool, dark, low, and slow. This is the feminine, quieting, and introspective part of the practice. This energy quiets and prepares us for meditation, and prayer. It also improves digestion and sleep by moving us into the parasympathetic nervous system. These poses will be longer holds(3 to 5 minutes) on the floor that help the body release deep tension. They target the connective tissue and help to improve range of motion in the joints. The use of props for forward folds, twists, lateral stretches and hip openers will help us access greater release and relaxation.
This practice is designed to release and relax our connective tissue, especially around the joints. It focuses primarily on the hip and shoulder joints. The meridians (the Chinese call it qi) run through the connective tissue, not our muscles and bones, and the intention of this practice is to release the tension and stuck energy in our bodies. It is an introspective, cooling, and quieting class that allows these deep physical and mental tensions to unwind and melt away. Yin helps to nourish and circulate, synovial fluid in the joints as well as to encourage the production of collagen. Most of the poses are held for 3 to 5 minutes in a mild state of stretch. The magic of this practice is time, not intensity, to feel the benefits in the subtle energy body. This is an important practice to incorporate into one's self-care routine. So come and take your weekly "chill pill."
Tai Chi is a comprehensive system of self integration that helps you take charge of your own health and well-being. It is based on universal principles of physical movement and energetics. Through learning the principles of energy behind each movement, students can apply that knowledge as a springboard for their own personal transformation.
This course is suitable for anyone and will include warm-up exercises, breath work, TaiChi stepping and QiGong practices which relax the tensions that disconnect the body. Using breathing and movement to regulate natural body energy, you can generate lots of vitality and clarity of mind. This series will return in October.