Class Descriptions

  • Gentle Stretch Yoga - A gentle yoga class with stretching at a slow pace.  Most of the class will take place laying or sitting on the mat.  In this class you can feel comfortable in your body and learn to move freely.
  • Osho Meditation –  Various mediations have been scientifically designed by Osho over a period of time to enable us to consciously express and experience repressed feelings and emotions, and learn the knack of watching our habitual patterns in a new way.
  • Stress Release Yoga – Stress release yoga is a $5 donation class that is meant to help you relieve stress.  Come on out to stretch it out, release your stress while doing yoga.  This class includes pranayamas and audible releases.
  • Tibetan & Crystal Bowl Healing Meditation – The pure tones of Tibetan & crystal bowls carry through physical objects quite well.  These frequencies resonate with the human body and benefit the body greatly.  This meditation will allow you to get deep into a meditative state and heal.
  • Yoga Level I – Level I is meant for beginners and anyone who wants to join.  In Level I you will learn to do Sun Salutations properly and quickly to get the blood circulation flowing.
  • Yoga Level I & II - Level I & II is a class that is meant to bridge the gap between the levels.  Always fun and interesting.  Level I & II is similar  to the Stress Release Yoga class.
  • Yoga Level II – Level II is meant for those who want to work on muscle tone by holding poses for a longer duration.  Although all levels focus on breathe work.  Level II will focus on breathing in each pose and how breath work allows you to deepen poses.
  • Lunch Crunch - Lunch Crunch is an hour long class that is a combination of both Level I and II.
  • Yin  & Yang Yoga – In this class you will hold each pose for 4 to 6 minutes, stretching deep into the tendons and ligaments.  A yin practice will enhance your Yang practice without a doubt.
  • Yoga for Families - A 45 minute class that is fun and inspirational.  Kids will open up through the imaginative, playful yoga poses, engaging songs, beanie babies and stories that exercise social, sensory and motor skills.  In the end kids will find a stillness in motion.  
  • Yoga in the Chair – Yoga in the chair is meant for those who are unable to get on the mat.  Poses will be performed in the chair and with the support of the chair, so there is no fear of falling.