Yoga

We have a wide variety of yoga classes to cater to your needs! Check out the styles below and find what suits you:

YIN yoga involves a series of slow, long holds and mat-based postures that stretch out the connective tissues and fascia in the body. It’s a practice for all level of yogis. Unlike Vinyasa and other yoga styles, in Yin all you need to do is relax in the pose. But this, as most of us know from meditation, often isn’t as easy or comfortable as it sounds!

HATHA yoga is a generic term that refers to any type of yoga that teaches physical postures. Nearly every type of yoga class taught in the West is Hatha yoga. Hatha will give you a gentle introduction to the most basic yoga postures. You probably won’t work up a sweat in a hatha yoga class, but you should end up leaving class feeling longer, looser, and more relaxed.

HOT YOGA Largely the same thing as Bikram. Generally, the only difference between Bikram and hot yoga is that the hot yoga studio deviates from Bikram’s sequence in some small way, and so they must call themselves by another name. The room will be heated and you will sweat buckets.

RESTORATIVE yoga is a gentle and relaxing class combining slow movements and passive holds. It aims to soothe the nervous system and bring about a state of deep rest. This class is predominantly seated/supine and uses multiple props (blocks, bolsters, blankets).

VINYASA (pronounced “vin-yah-sah”) yoga is a Sanskrit word for a phrase that roughly translates as “to place in a special way,” referring to a sequence of poses. Vinyasa classes are known for their fluid, movement-intensive practices. If you hate routine and love to test your physical limits, vinyasa may just be your ticket.

GODDESS FLOW Goddess flow yoga is a woman’s class focusing on high positivity, experiencing our GODDESS energy through sun moon and earth salutations.