Gentle Yoga

Gentle Yoga focuses on deep relaxation, rejuvenation and healing. It promotes physical and mental wellness through poses, breathing exercises, guided imagery and meditation. Gentle yoga is perfect for all levels and is ideal for those new to yoga, anyone with injuries and seniors. Gentle Hot Yoga is a soothing practice that designed to promote deeper stretching and relaxation. This class is perfect for beginners or those who are looking for a slower paced and more descriptive experience. This class will help you develop body awareness, link your movement with breath and learn basic poses along with their modifications. The emphasis on proper alignment will help you build strength slowly and safely.

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Yin Yoga

"Yin Yoga is a complementary yoga practice to the more dynamic and invigorating yoga styles that are predominant today. Some call it the “other half of yoga.” In Yin Yoga, floor postures are held passively for several minutes in order to access a safe and positive ‘stress’ on the deep layers of connective tissue in the body." Josh Summers


Hot Yoga Flow


Yoga Flow is perfect for beginners because it moves at a slower pace and focuses on improving alignment and strength by holding postures. Each flow class is designed to move through beginner level poses so yogis can start to notice changes in their strength and improvements in their flexibility and balance. The session ends with relaxation to leave your mind and body feeling connected and refreshed.


Mindful Movement

Mindful Movement yoga classes are a great place to take it slower, and still experience all the benefits of yoga. Classes focus on releasing tension, connecting with the breath and helping students gain strength and flexibility. Mindful movement classes use meditation and gentle yoga with slight variations to accommodate all levels of yoga students.



Reiki Sessions allow you to relax fully clothed on a treatment table or seated in a chair. Soothing music enhances the healing environment while the practitioner softly places their hands on (or over) a client in a series of standard positions developed to address the whole body. The gentle infusion of Reiki energy facilitates and accelerates the body's natural healing abilities. Reduces stress and creates relaxation.


Thai Yoga


Traditionally given on a floor mat with clients fully clothed, Thai bodywork is a whole-body treatment. It combines passive Sessions stretching and movement of joints with several touch techniques and work along energy meridians (called sen in Thai). The whole treatment is a graceful, nurturing, interactive dance that is sensitive to the condition of each person. The effect of a Thai session is greater flexibility, flow of energy, deep relaxation, and feeling of well being.