Uniting Mind, Body, and Spirit Through Yoga
Our expert instructors are dedicated to guiding you on your journey, whether you’re a beginner seeking a gentle introduction to the world of yoga or a seasoned practitioner looking to deepen your practice.
Hot yoga is a term that describes a number of different styles of yoga with one common element – they are all practiced in heated rooms with the temperature usually between 85 and 105 degrees Fahrenheit with an elevated humidity level.
The purpose of hot yoga is to encourage sweating, which is believed to detoxify the body, as well as improve flexibility, boost stamina, improve overall fitness, burn calories, relieve stress and increase circulation.
Experience the benefits of yoga in a soothing, ambient setting with our Non-Heated Yoga Classes. Ideal for beginners and experienced practitioners alike, these classes provide a comfortable environment where you can connect with your breath, enhance your body awareness, and cultivate inner peace.
Our Non-Heated Yoga Classes encompass a variety of styles, such as Hatha, Vinyasa, Restorative, and Yin, allowing you to explore and discover the practice that resonates with you. With a focus on mindful movement, proper alignment, and breathing techniques, these classes aim to enhance your flexibility, strength, and balance, while promoting relaxation and mental clarity.
Each class is led by our skilled and compassionate instructors, who are dedicated to providing a safe and nurturing space for your personal growth and self-discovery. By maintaining a moderate room temperature, our Non-Heated Yoga Classes allow you to focus on deepening your practice and connecting with your inner self without the added intensity of heat.
Take your yoga experience to new heights with our exhilarating Aerial Yoga classes. This innovative and playful practice combines traditional yoga postures with the support of a soft, aerial fabric hammock, allowing you to explore movement and alignment in a whole new way.
Aerial Yoga is a unique fusion of yoga, Pilates, and acrobatics that offers numerous physical and mental benefits. By utilizing the hammock, you’ll enjoy a safe and supported environment to deepen stretches, improve balance, and build strength in a low-impact and joint-friendly manner. Suspended in mid-air, you’ll be able to access a greater range of motion, decompress your spine, and experience inversions without strain on your neck or spine.
Our experienced instructors will guide you through each pose, ensuring proper alignment and safety at every step. Aerial Yoga is suitable for all levels, from beginners seeking a fun and exciting introduction to yoga, to advanced practitioners looking to diversify their practice and challenge their limits.
Immerse yourself in the soothing practice of Restorative Yoga, a transformative experience that focuses on slowing down, opening your body, and cultivating deep relaxation through passive stretching. Unlike more active yoga styles, Restorative Yoga encourages complete muscle release, allowing you to let go of tension and stress effortlessly.
In our Restorative Yoga classes, we utilize a variety of props, such as bolsters, blankets, blocks, and straps, to support your body in each pose. These props eliminate the need for muscular effort, enabling you to fully surrender and achieve a state of deep relaxation. The gentle, sustained holds in Restorative Yoga help improve flexibility, release tension, and promote healing, while calming the mind and nurturing the spirit.
Restorative Yoga is suitable for all levels and is an ideal practice for individuals seeking stress relief, recovery from injury or illness, or simply a more restorative and meditative approach to their yoga practice.
Prenatal yoga is a style designed for pregnant women to practice, regardless of their due date. The mixture of stretching, controlled breathing and mental focus offers a variety of benefits to expectant mothers. This form of yoga can also increase strength and flexibility in the muscles used during childbirth. Prenatal yoga may reduce stress levels and improve sleep patterns during pregnancy. It may also alleviate physical discomfort such as nausea, headaches and lower back pain. Another benefit typically associated with this type of yoga is the way in which the breathing techniques and state of self-awareness learned can help during delivery.