Hatha Yoga (South)

Hatha yoga is not a specific type of yoga, but rather a practice that encompasses all of the asanas, or physical postures.  In the context of our modern asana practice, the general term Hatha has come to be used specifically to describe a one-pose-at-a-time style class, with focus on alignment, anatomy, body mechanics, and mindfulness. In our Hatha class expect

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Yin (North)

Yin yoga is a slow-paced style of yoga with postures that primarily concentrate on the connective tissues of the body (fascia, tendons, ligaments) as well as deep within the joints. Most postures are performed on the floor in a seated or reclined position that allow for deep stretching, often working towards opening the hips, shoulders and spine. Students are instructed

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Fun Flow (South)

Check out our upbeat “Fun Flow” class! Start (or end) your week right by taking some time to get out of your head and onto your mat. We’ll ease into practice with a little breath work or meditation, and then turn up the music and work up a sweat. Sequences will include a general warmup, a little core work, a

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Fun Flow (North)

Check out our upbeat “Fun Flow” class! Start (or end) your week right by taking some time to get out of your head and onto your mat. We’ll ease into practice with a little breath work or meditation, and then turn up the music and work up a sweat. Sequences will include a general warmup, a little core work, a

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Vinyasa 1-3 (North)

The word Vinyasa means the connection of breath to movement. Thus in Vinyasa yoga all movements are synchronized with the breath, creating a practice that is both dynamic and flowing. The asanas, or postures, are derived from the Ashtanga system. The difference between the two styles is that in Ashtanga yoga one performs the same asanas in the same sequence

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