Level 1 – A gentle flow introducing the traditional poses and fundamentals including; body alignment, breathing techniques and modifications. The intention is to build confidence and prepare our new students for more challenging classes as well as for existing students wanting to deepening their practice 60 minutes.
All Levels – An improvisational free flow, vinyasa class. All welcome, beginner, intermediate or advanced with safe options for everyone. 90 minutes
Yin – is a revitalizing and mindful practice that works deeply into the muscles, connection tissues and joints through passive extended holds of the postures.
All poses are passive, however can be quite challenging due to the long duration of holding. It is suitable for all levels and a perfect compliment to “yang” activities such as running and sports training or our vinyasa classes. 60 minutes.
Happy Hour – flow with attention given to proper alignment, modifications, designed for all students wanting obtain a more detailed understanding of the practice. 60 minutes
Community Class – A community service making Yoga affordable for every individual. Come to class regardless of your finances. Beginners and all levels are encouraged to attend. Donation class, pay what you can afford. 75 minutes
Connected Warriors – A free weekly yoga class for active, inactive and retired military, with Ralph Iovino and Judy Weaver. This free yoga class focuses on learning skills proven to help you connect to the present – leaving anxiety behind while learning to feel safe and in control. By lowering your hyper-vigilance and your reaction to noise and stress, you will sleep better and have more control over your emotions.
All military personnel welcome!! Dedicated to the Memory of Beau MacVane, Army Ranger (1976-2009)
Iyengar – a form of Hatha Yoga with the intention on precision and alignment in the performance of posture (asana) and breath control (pranayama). Often to use of props, such as belts, blocks, and blankets, are utilized as aids in performing asanas correctly, minimising the risk of injury or strain, and making the postures accessible to both young and old.