Mindful Flow

This class is similar to Hatha Yoga where we flow through postures and holding the posture for 5 breaths.  In this class, we take a little extra time getting into the postures and making sure our allignment and form is the best it can be.  A great way to learn how to practice a flow minfully while maximizing the benefits of each posture.  Classes are 60 min.

*Suitable for beginners and all levels.

Revive & Restore

Revive and restore with this amazing class!  Revive & Restore begins with a half hour of an energizing Vinyasa Flow then slows down into a half hour of relaxing, restoring, gentle yoga followed by an extra long rest at the end of class.  Classes are 75 min.

*Revive & Restore is suitable for beginners and most all levels.


Yin is a slower-paced yoga class with huge benefits.  In this class, we hold poses for longer periods of time (up to five minutes) using bolsters and other props for support as we ease into each posture.  By holding these postures, and breathing into these postures, we are able to gain flexibility and improve blood flow to our joints and connective tissue.  Deepen your practice and improve flexibility with Yin.  Classes are 75 min.

 *Yin Yoga is suitable for all levels.

Gentle Yoga

This gentle format allows us to experience each asana (posture) at a bit slower pace with awareness and self-exploration. The focus will be on breath, going inward and being of present mind. These elements make this class perfect for beginners and advanced practitioners alike as well as those with limited mobility and injuries. For the beginner, you will have the opportunity to learn each posture with more detail and those that have a regular practice you can slow it down and deepen your knowledge of the postures individually and deepen your existing practice. Each class will incorporate breath work (pranayama), posture (asana), and meditation (dhyana). Classes are 60 min.

*Gentle Yoga is suitable for all levels.

Modified Half Primary

Modified Half Primary (Ashtanga Series) is an introductory class to Ashtanga Yoga.  In this class, you will build strength and flexibility and gain a taste of Ashtanga Yoga before practicing the Half Primary or Full Primary (see descriptions below for Half Primary or Full Primary).  This class is a shortened version and easier version of the Half Primary.  We begin with Sun Salutation (vinyasa) warm-up followed by a standing series of postures and balancing postures followed by a sequence of seated postures.  Classes are 60 min.

 *Half Primary is suitable for most Beginners, Intermediate and Advanced levels.

Restorative Yoga

Ready for a relaxing class that will leave you refreshed?  Restorative Yoga is a great way to relieve stress and relax after a busy day.  This class is meant to achieve physical, mental and emotional relaxation with the use of props to support the body in various postures. Classes are 60 min.

*Restorative yoga is suitable for all levels.

Rocket Vinyasa Mix


A high energy class that works with the routines created by founder, Larry Shultz.  Rocket is based on a modified version of postures from the traditional Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga primary and intermediate series. In this class, we mix it up, to give you Rocket 1, Rocket 2, or a combo of both in Rocket 3.  While this style of Vinyasa Yoga draws upon its Ashtanga roots, it’s also very playful, so you can challenge yourself as much, or as little as you’d like!  Come ready to have fun, laugh a little, and sweat!  Classes are 75 min.

Suitable for most levels.  Use caution if you have injuries.  Great for learning inversions! 

Class Descriptions

Lunar Flow

Chandra Namaskar, or Moon Salutation, is a quieting sequence that invites you to bow to and cultivate the moon’s soothing lunar energy.  This class invites you to look inward as you practice these chest opening, back bending postures.  This is a great class for men and women who are under any kind of stress and is a great way to balance your energy.  Classes are 60 min.

*Lunar Flow is suitable for beginners and most all levels. 

Ashtanga Full Primary Series

Primary Series in Ashtanga Yoga is called Yoga Chikitsa or Yoga Therapy. The Primary Series focuses on asanas (postures)that purify the body. The asanas are arranged in a sequential order, each posture builds on the previous one, strengthening and balancing the body.  Come cleanse your body and mind through the Primary Series with the traditional Sanskrit vinyasa count. Classes are 90 min.

*It is strongly suggested that you have an established Ashtanga yoga practice to attend. 

Hatha Yoga

Hatha yoga refers to a set of postures designed to align the entire body. The postures are also designed to open the many channels of the body so that energy can flow freely.  Hatha is translated as ha meaning “sun” and tha meaning “moon.” Hatha yoga is a path toward creating balance and uniting opposites. In our physical bodies we develop a balance of strength and flexibility.  Hatha yoga is a powerful tool for self-transformation as we move with attention to our breath while holding postures for several seconds and breathing into each posture as we hold the posture.  Classes are 60 min.

*Hatha Yoga is suitable for beginners, and most all levels.

Half Primary

Half Primary Ashtanga Series.  The Primary Series is the foundational practice of traditional Ashtanga Yoga that builds strength and flexibility while healing the body and calming the mind. Follow the Sanskrit vinyasa counts to strengthen your practice, build endurance and challenge yourself to go beyond your limitations.  
In the Half Primary series, each class is the same set of postures in the same order each time and classes are 90 min.

 *Half Primary is suitable for most Beginners, Intermediate and Advanced levels.



A traditional method of teaching Ashtanga Yoga that unfolds the series to each practitioner on an individual basis.

Mysore is a city in the South of India where Ashtanga Yoga came from. 
Ashtanga yoga involves synchronizing the breath with a progressive series of posture, a process producing intense internal heat and a profuse, purifying sweat that detoxifies muscles and organs. The result is improved circulation, a light and strong body, and a calm mind.

In Mysore Class, the student is taught a sequence of postures through one-on-one instruction. The correct movements, breathing, and other aspects of the practice are learned gradually, in a step-by-step process accessible to anyone. This method allows each student time to practice and memorize what they have learned before adding more. Students are able to practice independently and at their own pace while surrounded by the energy and inspiration of other students in the room. The teacher is able to work with each student individually. At initially, students may require more attention, but as they become proficient in their practice, they are allowed more independence, receiving adjustments and assistance only when required.