Level 1, (beginners). Introduction to fundamental concepts of body and breath awareness, alignment, and gentle flows.

Level 1-2, (beginners and continuing students). Learn more fundamentals. Focus on alignment, strength, and breath-awareness in postures and flows.

Level 2, (continuing students). A broader range of flowing movements, sustained postures, and breathing techniques, in keeping with the individual teaching style of each instructor.

Level 2-3, (minimum of 6 months experience). More challenging postures and sequences in keeping with the individual teaching style of each instructor.

Therapeutic Yoga Class, (everyone welcome). Focusing on the basic principles of “ahimsa” or non-violence, Therapeutic Yoga Classes focus on health and wellness at all levels, restoring balance, increasing vitality, and easing pain. The intention of Therapeutic Yoga is to empower individuals to an understanding of our being as an integrated body-mind system, and provides easy and practical guidance towards health.

Floor Yoga Sequence, (everyone welcome). Practice the principles of Classical Yoga using a sequence of comfortably supported hip and shoulder openers. No mat necessary

Gentle/Restorative Yoga, (everyone welcome). Experience a deep sense of rest that rejuvenates and calms by combining easy stretches followed by supported relaxation postures.

Mat Yoga Sequence, (everyone welcome). Practice the principles of Classical Yoga using a sequence of standing, balancing, and floor postures.

Yin Yoga, (everyone welcome). Yin Yoga involves holding and exploring poses for longer periods of time in order to let go of tensions stored in the body, renew and strengthen the inner body and calm the nervous system. Practicing this way is an incredibly healing compliment to any active yoga practice or lifestyle. You will come away renewed!

Flow/Restore, (everyone welcome). A balance of movement and rest. A Vinyasa alignment-based flow followed by long restorative postures to settle and open deeply.



Always enter the studio quietly. Out of respect for others, turn off cell phones and pagers, and leave your shoes in the hall. Wear comfortable clothing and practice on an empty stomach (unless a medical condition prevents it).

You are welcome to bring your own Yoga equipment, or to use that which we provide. Plan to arrive 5 to 10 minutes early, to get comfortably settled.

Please feel free to join these ongoing classes at any time. No preregistration necessary.