Class Descriptions


Aerial Yoga – Intro/Level 1

No yoga or aerial experience needed–this class is perfect for the complete beginner. In the Intro to Aerial Yoga class, you will stretch, swing, invert, build strength, learn about yourself and your body while you are supported or suspended in an aerial yoga hammock.

Aerial Yoga – Level 2

This course is for students with previous aerial yoga experience. Students should be comfortable inverting in the fabric alone with safety and good form.

Aerial Conditioning

Want to get stronger? This all levels aerial conditioning class will help you improve every aspect of your physical fitness or your aerial practice. This class is for anyone looking to improve their health in a fun and lighthearted atmosphere. It is a full body workout with a focus on the core (back and abs). The last 10 minutes of the class is geared toward gaining flexibility. This class is perfect for students with no aerial experience. Come find your strength on the silks!

Crunch Barre

In this 45-minute barre class, we will use center technique to develop our core and lower body strength. This class is the perfect blend of aerobics, strength training, and balletic elements that will leave the body lean, toned, and ready to dance!

Gentle/Adaptive Yoga

Learn additional ways to enjoy yoga in your body, as it is in this moment, in this gentle hatha class. Modifications and awareness, along with a slow pace are keys to this class- excellent for MS, RA, Fibromyalgia, Other Auto Immune Disorders, Joint Replacements, Plus Size, Cancer, etc. – every body can do yoga if they can breathe and focus. This class can be done from a chair, the floor, or somewhere in between. We focus on breath, and body awareness, for grounding in the busyness of our lives. Taught by a professional yoga therapist.

Hatha Yoga

Hatha Yoga uses the breath (pranayama) to create a link between the body and the mind, build flexibility and strength while minimizing the chance of injury. This well-rounded style balances and opens the body. Familiarity of asanas (poses) is helpful but not necessary. This class will explore surya namaskar (sun salutations) A & B. Hatha Yoga moves a little slower and gives students a chance to really get into a pose. This more nuanced practice will help you learn to still the mind and be present in the moment. Class appropriate for beginner and more practiced students. Props and modifications used when necessary. 

Introduction to Yoga

This class is designed for the new yoga student wishing to explore and experience the benefits of yoga. You will learn basic yoga poses (asanas), safe alignment, mindful transitions, breath awareness, and relaxation techniques. This class will build strength, increase flexibility, and expand body and breath awareness; while creating a practice of calming in the mind. Intro to Yoga will provide students the basics and confidence to transition to a more advanced class. Props and modifications will be utilized to allow all students to practice safely and effectively. 

Meditative Vinyasa Flow Yoga

Awaken your attention in this 60-minute meditative flow class drawing your mind inward to experience the full benefits of yoga. You can expect a flowing series of postures strengthening and releasing tension from the body while coordinating with the breath. The linking of rhythmic breath and movement create a meditative, relaxing experience all while flowing through the sequence to generate optimal wellness and mind body unity. All levels are welcome!

Peace & Power Vinyasa Yoga

Great for new students and experienced yogis alike. Each pose is given in three levels so you can work at your own pace, as we flow through the Asanas. We use movement to heat the muscles and stillness in poses to unwind connective tissue. Join us as we explore use of therapy balls for relieving stress and muscle tension.

Restorative

Restorative yoga is a gentle, calming, therapeutic kind of yoga that uses props to support the body as it eases into relaxation and balance. All levels are welcome including students working with injury, or sensitivity. In restorative yoga, props such as bolsters and blankets are used to fully support the body, allowing it to open slowly and naturally. Concentration is on the breath to restore energy to the body and calm the mind. Class will usually end with a short-guided meditation, and supported Savasana

Yin Yoga

A great complement to more active yoga practices, sports, crossfit, etc. as well as for those with fascial conditions like fibromyalgia; Yin yoga works with the connective tissues by holding postures with props in a more passive way to allow deep release.  A meditative practice, postures are held for three or more minutes, without movement, and in stillness we observe our whole being with detached awareness.  While this is not restorative yoga, it is a very restorative practice beneficial to anyone looking for increased flexibility, stamina, joint lubrication, and energy as well as decreased stress and a calming of the mind and body.

Yin, Yang, and Thai Yoga with Tricia

Try something different! In this class we bring together the slow movements and holds of yin yoga, movement and breath of more active or yang yoga and to help deepen the opening in the postures enjoy the benefits of Thai yoga massage. This class is suitable for all levels.