Our Classes

Yin-Yoga

Yin yoga is a meditative practice that allows your body to become comfortable in a pose without doing any work (strength). It is also called Taoist yoga and focuses on lengthening the connective tissues within the body. It is meant to compliment Yang yoga or muscle-forming yoga practices.

If Yang is active, then Yin is passive, meaning the muscles are allowed to relax with gravity and rest. This is usually performed with the assistance of props, and there is little to no music in the class.

Prenatal Yoga

Prenatal yoga focuses on positions that are specifically designed for pregnant women’s bodies. Common positions in regular yoga—such as those where your feet are spread far apart—may be too stressful for your joints and pelvic area when you’re expecting. As your baby grows, there’s a lot more weight pushing down on your bladder and pelvis. Pregnancy hormones also loosen your ligaments, making joint and bone problems (especially in the pubic bone) a source of discomfort. In addition to modifying positions for pregnancy, prenatal yoga also emphasizes breathing, stretching, and strengthening moves that help your body prepare for labor.

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Designed specifically for a pregnant woman’s needs, classes embrace the practice of postures, breath awareness, and relaxation to help ease pregnancy, delivery, and the aftereffects of birth. These classes help strengthen and soften, make room for the baby in the womb, soothe the nervous system, and welcome the transformations of the body.

Postnatal Yoga

Postnatal Yoga classes will help you recover from birth more harmoniously, release the pains you might be experiencing, and get back in touch with your vital energy, core strength, and inner balance. In these postnatal yoga classes, I will guide you through exercises to gently work on the perineum and strengthen your deep abdominal muscles.

Mom & Baby Yoga

The intention in postnatal yoga is to help women strengthen their back, abdominal, and pelvic floor muscles, release tension in the shoulders and neck muscles, decrease stress, and promote inner calm. Classes use asana (postures) and pranayama (breathing exercises) to tone from the inside out, while giving time to bond with their babies, as dedicated games and movements with the little ones are integrated.

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All babies in any mood are always welcome. You can feed, cuddle, and change your baby at any point in the class. Sleeping babies are also welcome. So, never feel any pressure to have your baby “ready” for class!

Preschool Yoga: (age 2.5 to 5 years)

In this playful yoga class designed especially for pre-school aged-children, children will learn yoga poses, breathing, and relaxation exercises. This will cultivate a calm mind, increase strength and flexibility, improve gross and fine motor skills, improve concentration, and help them understand how to identify and manage their feelings. Each class ends with a period of relaxation.

Elementary school Yoga: (age 4-7 years)

Yoga is an ancient healing practice known to calm the body, mind, and emotions. In this playful yoga class designed especially for elementary aged-children, children will learn yoga poses, breathing, and relaxation exercises. This will cultivate a calm mind, increase strength and flexibility, improve gross and fine motor skills, improve concentration, and give children the tools to manage stress in their daily lives. Each class ends with a period of relaxation and aromatherapy.

Tween And Teen Yoga: (Age 8-12, and 13-17 Years)

This class provides a competitive environment for teens and preteens to explore more complex poses and asana than in classes for younger children. The class also goes into breathing exercises, movement games, mindfulness activities, and much-needed relaxation techniques.
Students learn techniques for concentrating, reducing stress, and connecting to their bodies in a loving way, while still being playful and fun. Classes often revolve around a philosophical theme and may include discussion, journaling, or mindful art.

Guided Meditation

In this guided meditation, we will tune in and turn towards ourselves and our feelings with curiosity. We’ll listen without judgement and practice coming home to this inner connection that is always available. We’ll explore ways to connect to calm and bring ourselves into a state of ease. In coming into connection with what’s happening within, we can anchor ourselves and connect to calm. From this place, we will offer care, connection, energy, curiosity, and compassion to ourselves and those around us. ⁠