All classes are suited for all levels of experience... whether its your first time on the mat or you've been practicing for years. Bring a yoga mat, large towel and water with you to class. We have mats and towels available to purchase at the studio if you need one! First time practicing Hot Yoga? Visit our Beginners Page to get some advice about your first class!
26 is a deeply therapeutic class that systematically flushes out the entire body from head to toe, bone to skin. This class was developed in India by Bishnu Ghosh and brought to the west by Bikram Choudhury as a system of simple movements that were designed to be performed in the exact order, precisely as directed to deliver total health through the balancing and strengthening of every system of the body. This series of postures combine skills of focus, concentration, determination, self-control and balance- which leads to increased mental clarity and reduced stress. Hot26 is characterized by its use of stillness during and immediately following yoga postures.
A slow-paced style of yoga that holds seated postures for longer periods of time. This class focuses on strengthening the tissues around the joints to build stability, mobility, focus and concentration. it is a very relaxing style of yoga that is often accompanied with a sound bath. Bring pillows, blankets and bolsters to accompany your practice.
Fusion is a combination of Flow and 26. Postures are linked together during the standing series and the class is finished with the floor series from the 26 class.
Flow yoga links postures together to create a class that flows from one movement to the next. This class focuses on connecting breath to movement. Different postures may be practiced each class to focus on strength and mobility on target areas of the body.
This series of 34 postures is an intermediate series that comes from the Bishnu Ghosh lineage. 34 is suitable for all levels, and can be adapted to suit each student, focusing purely on postures, breath work and meditation. It can be practiced from a beginner’s level to a much more challenging style of practice, depending on the student’s experience. It is suggested that you attend a Hot26 class before taking the Hot34 series.
Yoga, with weights. This class links postures together while focusing on building bone-density through weight bearing exercises. Hand weights and other equipment are used.
Barre focuses on improving core strength, developing the stabilizing muscles of the shoulder and hip girdles, and enhancing flexibility. This is done mostly by performing isometric exercises and small movements resulting in the "shaping" of common weak zones—tightening up the hips, glutes, thighs, and core- which can result in better posture, a stronger core and the appearance of a longer, leaner physique. Just bring water and a yoga mat with you- all other equipment will be provided.
An interval strength and sculpt class that will work the entire body- arms, core, glutes, legs and cardio.
Pilates is a form of exercise that emphasizes the balanced development of the body through core strength, flexibility, and awareness to support efficient, graceful movement.