The studio is open 30 minutes before and after each class.
You are welcome to sign up online, but reservations are not required.
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Bikram Yoga - 90 minutes. This is the original, Bikram method, hot yoga. This comprehensive series of 26 postures and two breathing exercises
systematically treats every organ, gland, muscle, and joint in the human body while oxygenating 100% of your blood. The heated environment helps prevent injury, improves circulation and promotes detoxification. This superior health maintenance system is appropriate for beginners, while simultaneously offering seasoned yogis plenty to gain from. 105 degrees and 45% humidity.
Yin/Restorative Yoga - 75 minutes. Enjoy the peaceful side of hatha yoga during this deep surrender class. Unwind the tension in your body by stretching the connective tissue with long passive holds. Leave feeling refreshed, lubricated and energized. The room is between 85-96 degrees.
Core Pilates - 60 minutes. Original CORE method Pilates as founded by Joseph Pilates. Focus on functional alignment and rotation, full range flexibility and control. Proper form and movement is the focus of this class. Increase your understanding of this excellent compliment to yoga and experience why Pilates is so coveted in the fitness industry. No heat added. The room is 90 degrees.
Core Conditioning for Yoga Inversions - 60 minutes. Ever wonder how to put weight on your hands safely? Learn the importance of good form when balancing on the arms and hands. This is not an advanced class. This class is designed for people new to the technique of arm balancing or those looking to increase their knowledge. Feel your core get stronger and more capable of supporting you as you acquire experience gravity surfing. Cultivate your sense of competence and confidence in this fun class. No heat added. The room is 90 degrees.
ABC Yoga ( Arms, Booty, Core) - 60 minutes. Focuses on bodyweight exercises to strengthen and tone the booty, legs, arms, core, and posture. Every exercise begins with a focus on the muscles used, core stabilization, and is geared to connect the mind to each movement, similar to the focus in yoga. The glutes are the largest and strongest muscles in the body, and can help stabilize the legs and pelvis, decrease risk of injuries, and can help alleviate back and knee pain, plus look great! We will begin each class by affirming our strength and gratitude for our amazing bodies, and end each class by releasing and stretching the parts we have focused on that day. We will learn to love the burn!