Yoga Classes

Special Classes



All Levels Yoga

A cohesive style combining various yoga traditions. This class will provide explanation of correct form, alignment and breath, and help you develop a solid foundation for your yoga practice. This yoga class is perfect for students of all levels.

All levels welcome

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Hatha Yoga

A less vigorous combination of yoga postures that can be adapted to fit all ages and physical conditions. This class will provide explanation of correct form, alignment and breath, and help you develop a solid foundation for your yoga practice.

Beginners and on-going students

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Hatha Yoga Basics

A less vigorous combination of yoga postures that can be adapted to fit all ages and physical conditions. This class will provide explanation of correct form, alignment and breath, and help you develop a solid foundation for your yoga practice.

Beginners and on-going students



Eclectic Hatha

A cohesive style combining various yoga traditions, this class moves faster than our beginner Hatha classes, but not as fast as a Vinyasa or Ashtanga class. This class will provide explanation of correct form, alignment and breath, and help you develop a solid foundation for your yoga practice.

All levels welcome



Mindful Hatha Yoga

This class offers a therapeutic approach to asana and human movement. Special attention is give to be sure each student is placed into the asana's in a safe way for their body, which may include props, chairs or the wall. Human movement exercises are included to prepare the body for asana and relaxation.

This class is beginner friendly and people with injuries are welcome.

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Multi-Level Flow Hatha

Multi-level Hatha Flow uses a series of vinyasa-inspired postures that flow from one sequence to the next in a safe and challenging manner. All the movements will be deeply connected to the breath to slowly warm the body and focus the mind. The practice is designed to increase physical flexibility and strength, enhance control and mastery over the breath and eventual create tranquility of the mind and its fluctuations.

Gentle stretching/warm-ups and invigorating pranayama (breath techniques) will be practiced in the beginning of class to properly prepare students for movement and inward focus. Cooling pranayama and a serene resting pose (savasana) will be conducted at the end of class to prepare students for the rest of their day.

Students should expect to move continuously throughout the majority of the class. Some familiarity of hatha postures and breathing practices is helpful but not necessary to enjoy the class.

All levels welcome

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Vinyasa Yoga

The word Vinyasa means "breath-synchronized" movement, and refers to a carefully arranged sequence of asanas (yoga postures). Movement from one asana to the next follows the breath. The result is a smooth, flowing class that builds heat, endurance, flexibility, strength and concentration.

Students are encouraged to listen to their individual body as they move, paying attention to the breath to maintain a safe, effective practice.

All levels welcome

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Dynamic Vinyasa

A dynamic, fun, vigorous vinyasa class, combing breathe with creative sequencing to build heat and work the physical body to its fullest potential.

Experience with vinyasa recommended

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Evening Yoga

A centering class for beginners and experienced students, this class presents simple asanas, breathing and meditation practices to cultivate physical and mental well being.

All levels welcome

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Ashtanga: Short Form

Ashtanga yoga is an ancient system of yoga that was brought to the modern world by Sri K. Pattabhi Jois. Sun Salutations prepare the body for a series of standing, seated and lying down Asanas (poses). This practice produces intense internal heat and sweat to detoxify the entire body.

Prior yoga experience recommended

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Ashtanga: Full Primary Series

The Ashtanga Primary Series, known as "Yoga Chikitsa" in Sanskrit, or yoga therapy, is an ancient system of yoga that was brought to the modern world by Sri K. Pattabhi Jois. This challenging and disciplined style of yoga entails a specific, flowing sequence of poses moving from Sun Salutations to a series of standing, seated and inverted asanas (poses) in a moving meditation. Attention is paid to the breath (ujjayi pranayama) and internal aspects of the body (bandhas) to cultivate inner awareness, calm the mind and produce intense heat to detoxify the entire body.

Prior yoga experience recommended

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Ashtanga: Second Series

This class is the perfect compliment to Ashtanga Primary Series. The class begins and ends the same as our Intro to Ashtanga and Primary Series classes. The Second Series offers different poses in the middle that compliment the forward bending of the Primary Series, poses often used in our Vinyasa classes.

Prior yoga experience recommended

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Asana Lab
Focusing on different postures each week

We will break down the alignment of each asana and offer variations of the asana. This class is geared towards those in our 200 hour teacher training, although all are welcome and encouraged to attend. This class is perfect for students who have questions about specific postures. Pranayama and discussion about all aspects of yoga may be included.

For more information speak to Danielle G.

Reservations Required



Kripalu Yoga

Kripalu classes guide you to move at your own pace, honoring your body's needs in each movement. In a compassionate and non-judgemental way, you will leave the class feeling uplifted and centered.

This class is perfect for beginners to exprienced Yogis. Since this is not a vigorous flow, this class is also perfect for students with limitations and seniors.

All levels welcome

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Yin Yoga / Yoga Nidra

Give your body and mind a vacation!

Yin Yoga is a slow-paced style of yoga with poses which are held for longer periods of time. Three to five minutes or more per pose is typical. Yin yoga poses apply moderate stress to the connective tissues of the body (the tendons, fascia and ligaments) with the aim of increasing circulation in the joints and improving flexibility. A more meditative approach to yoga, yin aims at cultivating awareness of inner silence, and bringing to light a universal, interconnecting quality.

Stress is the biggest problem of modern life. We carry tensions both within the physical body and on even deeper levels in the subtle bodies which we are not even aware of. While physical tension can be eased by stretching, exercise or massage, subtle tensions are difficult to recognize and even harder to release. Yoga Nidra is a unique method that goes below surface tensions to release and transform stress at its deepest level.

Normal waking brain activity produces the faster, fragmented beta waves. The waking state also engages the sympathetic nervous system which reacts to stimulus and the secretion of adrenaline. Chronic engagement of this state forcing the right brain and parasympathetic nervous system to progressively become more dormant. Yoga Nidra allows you to drop into a sleep-like state with relaxed brainwave activity. Slow alpha waves, and even slower theta waves, produce deep relaxation and are the entry points to the subconscious. In this state, you can make a conscious crossover from the logical left brain to the intuitive right brain, connected to the field of conscious pranic intelligence, where intention is carried out spontaneously and effortlessly.

One purpose of Yoga and Yoga Nidra is to initiate the integrative process that balances the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems, and the left and right brain.

All levels welcome

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Chair Yoga

This is a gentle form of yoga, practiced sitting in a chair or standing using a chair for support. The class is designed for those who would like to receive the benefits of a yoga practice but have limited mobility, health issues, or are just new to yoga.

This class is beginner friendly and people with injuries are welcome.

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Prenatal Yoga

Pregnancy is a very special journey in your life. Yoga is an ideal way to prepare your mind, body and spirit for the challenges of pregnancy, labor, delivery and motherhood. Classes will be held in a warm, safe, positive, supportive atmosphere and you will get the opportunity to be part of a new community surrounded with other pregnant women.

You will learn:

  • Relaxing breathing and visualization techniques to keep you in the moment
  • How to prepare your body with trimester-appropriate postures
  • Comfortable positions for your pregnancy and labor
  • How to create a more nurturing environment for your baby during the course of your pregnancy

Please wear comfortable clothing, bring water for you to drink during class, and have a light snack an hour before class



Mysore Ashtanga Program

Mysore-style Ashtanga is the traditional method of learning Ashtanga Yoga, as taught by Sri K P Jois. It can be described as self-practice within a group setting, where each student moves through the sequence of poses individually. The instructor moves about the room adjusting and correcting, working one-on-one with the practitioners. New students are taught the sequence of poses from the beginning, building the duration of the practice each day by learning new postures. This style of teaching allows each student to learn at their unique pace, and to receive instruction specific to their practice.

Beginners are definitely welcome!

For more information on the Mysore Ashtanga Program, including the schedule and pricing, please click here.

If you are new to Ashtanga yoga or the Mysore method of teaching, we suggest you come observe a class to see how it works or speak to Danielle Goldstein about it.

Please note that the Mysore program is not included as part of our multi-class packages or monthly unlimited passes.

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