Our wide range of styles and levels allows you the space to discover what is best for you on any given day. When you find the right style and teacher, you'll be able to create a steady practice. Once you've established a routine, you'll be able to experience the many benefits of a regular yoga practice. Practice once a week and you will change your mind. Practice three times a week and you will change your body. Practice every day and you can change your life!
Vinyasa yoga classes allow the student to coordinate movement with breath to flow from one pose to the next. Vinyasa is also the term used to describe a specific sequence of poses (Chaturanga to Upward-Facing Dog to Downward-Facing Dog) commonly used throughout a vinyasa class. Students can expect to be challenged in this class, but also offered choices and space to modify the class to their level.
Passive postures held for longer allow for deep opening in the connective tissue of hips, pelvis and spine. You will be guided through relaxation techniques and meditation while deepening into your body.
A popular option for tight sore bodies and for beginners, due to the slow pace.
Combining yang style postures (strength, balance, heat building..'Vinyasa') and passive yin style postures (longer holds, deepening, more stillness), allows for warming of the muscles and deep opening in the connective tissue of hips, pelvis and spine. A good class choice for beginners, those with limited mobility or injury and those wanting to increase flexibility.
Begin or support your meditation practice.
Developing your presence of being through awareness of breath and body sensation is an ancient path that continues to support people of all lifestyles and beliefs.
Regular meditation and breath-work practices creates more desirable habits of being, easing the symptoms of stress and enhancing your quality of life.
Yoga Nidra is, also known as yogic sleep is a deep healing practice intended to induce total physical, mental and emotional relaxation. Yoga Nidra slows the wavelengths in your mind as you enter a sleep-like state. The experience often starts with sensing the body and mindfully breathing to trigger the relaxation response in your body.
Restorative Yoga is the practice of postures (asanas), each held for longer than in conventional classes, often with the support of props such as bolsters and folded blankets, to relax the body.
*Due to Covid-19 and New Health + Safety Procedures..We have halted this class until we will use props again.
Kundalini Yoga is an integrative style of yoga that uses meditation, breath-work and Kriya. This combination of movement allows us to declutter the mind and find a stillness within, the movements offer a release of tension and stress through repetition
A typical Kundalini Yoga class consists of a Kriya (a combination of postures, breath work and meditation) followed by deep relaxation and a closing meditation.
Every class is different and offers a unique focus. Some classes will be physical, while others slow and meditative. It is encouraged for you to try at least 5 classes to experience the beauty of this practice. There are many types of people that practice with us, this practice can be modified for all with brand new students encouraged. We are accustomed to accommodating all levels in our classes and we extend a very warm welcome to you.
Dharma Yoga is a graceful, yet challenging style of yoga based on Sri Dharma Mittra’s 50 years of classical yoga practice through the lens and innovation of his constant practice and teaching, adapted and updated for the person of today. It is a complete practice.
Follows a 'Vinyasa' Style. Intermediate Level
Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga is a style of yoga as exercise created by K. Pattabhi Jois during the 20th century, often promoted as a modern-day form of classical Indian yoga. The style is energetic, synchronizing breath with movements. A more traditional style of Vinyasa Yoga. Same sequence each class. All Levels Welcome!