Class Descriptions

Easy Does It Yoga

Monday 9:15 am – Deb

Tuesday 9:30 am – Katarina

Wednesday 12 pm – Linda K

Saturday 10:30 am – Linda K

Sunday 10:30 am – Lillie

Classical Yoga

Tuesday 9:15 am – Jyotsna

Thursday 9:15 am – Sali

Friday 9:15 am – Sali

Sunday 8:30 am – Jyotsna

Classic All Levels

Monday 5:30 pmJyotsna

Tuesday 4 pmDeb

Tuesday (Healty Backs) 6:15 pm – Julie

Wednesday 9:15 am – Katarina

Friday 12 noon – Jyotsna


Monday 6 pm – Stephanie

Vinyasa Basics

Wednesday 6 pm – Julie

Sunday 9 am – Julie


Monday 9:30  – Mary Laura

Friday 9:30 am – Julie

Saturday 9:30 – Mary Laura

Chair Yoga

Thursday 1 pm – Linda EW

Yoga Nidra / Meditation

Monday 6:30 pm – Jyotsna
Thursday 5:30 pm – Sali

Ashtanga Yoga

Wednesday 4:45 pm – 6:00 pm – Mary Laura
Friday 4:45 pm – 6:00 pm – Mary Laura

Saturday 9:30 – 10:45 am – Mary Laura


Ashtanga Vinyasa

Ashtanga Vinyasa is an energetic flow class where individual postures (asanas) are linked by flowing movements (vinyasas) synchronized with the breath. This style is steeped in the traditional Ashtanga Primary Series. It is an All Levels class that can be challenging or dialed back to be accessible. Ashtanga Vinyasa develops focus and concentration that leads to a strong, supple body, a clear mind, and a connected spirit.

Chair Yoga

A class where postures are modified and made accessible to people who have chronic pain, lack of mobility, or unable to move easily.

Classic All Levels

Medium paced yoga that gives time to explore the theory behind more advanced postures, breathing practices, meditation techniques, and mudras, while incorporating all of the elements of Classic Flow. Each technique in this class is presented with different options to get a customized practice.

Classical Yoga 

Medium paced yoga that has all of the elements of Classic with added Sun Salutations and movement. It can improve cardiovascular health and upper body strength in addition to improved flexibility, strength, and stamina.

Easy Does It Yoga

Gentle paced yoga that includes basic yoga breathing, meditation, and relaxation, allowing time to go deeper into poses. It aims to improve flexibility, strength, and stamina and can relieve and prevent degenerative conditions like arthritis, high blood pressure, and back pain. It is excellent for injury recovery. Suitable for all regardless of fitness level, health conditions, or age. Teachers provide modifications for individual needs in a non-competitive space.


Restorative yoga encourages relaxation. It is practiced at a very slow pace with focus on long holds, stillness, and deep breathing. The body is supported completely to invite rest and recovery, also known as active relaxation.

Vinyasa Basics

Movement in yoga that flows linking breath and movement. Whether brand new to yoga, returning to the mat, or looking to focus on learning technique, this class is a great way to connect to practice. Learn foundational yoga postures and move the body in a safe and mindful way. Yoga breath work and mindful meditation round out the class leaving one feeling strong, centered, and focused.


Flow yoga (linking breath and movement) that is welcoming to all levels of students. Foundational poses and transitions spiced up with intermediate options are common in the sequencing which provides space to increase and decrease challenge. Class may be set to music and promises to be fun and playful. A cool-down and soothing rest will integrate all that was accomplished in practice.

Yoga Nidra/ Meditation Level

Must have completed at least 6 months of yoga nidra/meditation classes and obtain permission of teacher.

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