Class Descriptions

Beginning Yoga allows students to learn and practice a variety of
foundational yoga poses that can enhance your physical, mental and
emotional well-being.

Ashtanga Basics is an opportunity to explore the structure, flow and
sequence of postures of the Ashtanga yoga system in a learning
environment suitable for everyone. This class is suitable both for
beginners and for established practitioners looking to refresh or
refine their knowledge of the method.

Ashtanga: Primary Series is a fluid, athletic yoga sequence consisting of sun salutations, standing, seated and finishing postures that synchronizes the flow of conscious breath, precise movement, specific gaze points and directed energy. New students are welcome and encouraged to contact the instructors, Bryan & Phoebe, by emailing


Mysore Ashtanga students practice the Ashtanga yoga sequence at their own pace with individual attention from the teacher including hands-on adjustments and verbal cuing. Students may arrive anytime during the class. New students are welcome and encouraged to contact the instructors, Bryan & Phoebe, by emailing


Candlelight Flow helps release the stresses of your day through conscious breathing, gentle flowing sequences and stretching. The body relaxes and the mind is swept clear.


Gentle yoga is perfect for all ages and abilities, including those who are challenged by a decreased level of fitness, are overweight or may be recovering from injury or disease.


Hatha refers to the balancing of our receptive and active energies. This balance is achieved through slow-flowing movement, well-aligned postures, breath work, intentional core engagement and meditation.


Kundalini yoga aims to awaken the divine energy that resides in all of us through pranayama, asana and meditation.


Meditation is the practice of resting into the present moment experience of the body and mind. Meditation fosters joy, tranquility, concentration, and equanimity.


Restorative yoga reduces stress and soothes the nervous system through gentle postures, breathing practices, and meditation.


Vinyasa is a rhythmic practice that energizes the body and quiets the mind by using conscious breath to flow dynamically from posture to posture through a variety of transitional movements. Vinyasa+ includes intermediate to advanced postures such as binds, arm balances and inversions.


Yin Yoga induces a deeper state of flexibility and awareness through sustained holds, allowing muscles to relax, energy to flow more freely in the body, and the mind to settle. Yin Yoga is an excellent complement to the fundamentally yang nature of more dynamic yoga and other activities.


Yoga Nidra cultivates a relaxation of the body and mind through awareness of breath, feelings, sensations, and consciousness. Practice often includes establishing an intention at the beginning and a clarifying resolution at the conclusion.