Styles of Yoga
Ashtanga Yoga

Learn the sun salutations, breathwork and abdominal locks that are the foundations of this dynamic practice. This is a vigorous practice that will produce Learn the sun salutations, breathwork and abdominal locks that are the foundations of this dynamic practice. This is a vigorous practice that will produce L and external heat, create strength and enhance flexibility. This workshop style series of classes will break down the whole primary series and show modifications for most postures. This is a great place to start learning a more moderate. Practice will stop and start, and questions are encouraged.   Saturdays 7:30 AM

Known as yoga chikitsa, or yoga strengthening, this is a series of postures designed to strengthen and open up the body. The Primary series focuses on forward bending. The sequence of postures is the same every practice. This a a vigorous style of yoga, be prepared to sweat. This practice includes backbends, inversions and some arm balances.The practice goes until navasana, easing you into regular practice. Mondays at 5:30 PM

Full Primary series practice. Class moves with the breath in a set sequence of asanas. You will be moving for approximately 70 out of 75 Minutes. Primary series includes the jump-back and the jump through, backbends,  shoulderstand and headstand.

Second series ashtanga is known as nadi shodhna- nerve cleansing. This practice involves backbends, inversions and a series of headstands. This workshop will stop and start the practice and offer modifications for postures THIS IS AN ADVANCED CLASS. Appropriate for ashtanga students, or those with a strong vinyasa practice. Please email for details/interest.

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Kripalu Yoga

For your body…stretch and tone muscles, release chronic tension, de-stress and refresh.
For you mind…calm restless thought, cultivate concentration, support mental clarity and confidence.
For your spirit…encourage self-acceptance, honor inner wisdom, and invite deep peace.

What to expect in a Kripalu yoga class:
Classes begin with warm-up movements and breath awareness to prepare for yoga postures. The heart of each class is a sequence of postures that stretch, strengthen, and balance your body. Each class ends with deep relaxation and meditation. No previous yoga experience required. To Learn more about Kripalu Yoga, click here.


"Vinyasa" is from the Sanskrit term "nyasa", which means "to place," and the prefix vi, "in a special way". This flowing practice encourages the conscious connection and placement of the breath and the movement as the practitioner transitions from one posture to the next. As this connection grows it creates an inward appreciation also known as a “meditation in motion”. This class focuses on these qualities as well as on alignment, posture, strength and flexibility. This is a great practice for both the beginner and experienced yogi.
Gentle Yoga with Carol 

This gentle Hatha practice is Svaroopa based. Class begins and ends with a relaxing and refreshing guided awareness or savasana where the body is reclined with legs supported by folded blankets. In this position the spine can relax and body soften into the support beneath you. We then go through a spinal sequence where each pose is designed to open and release tension in the spine, each at a different area. The result is a deeper mind-body connection and relaxation as well as an increase in spine flexibility. It is an excellent practice to de-stress, refresh and re-new bringing you back to your Self. This class is perfect for prenatal students as well as anyone looking to relax and unwind deeply and completely.

Restorative Slow Flow Yoga

Taking time to relax deeply is essential to maintaining health and well-being. By sinking into a restorative practice you unravel the damaging effects of chronic stress such as headaches, fatigue, memory loss, poor digestion, high blood pressure, and cardiovascular disease. Just to name a few!
Class will begin with gentle flowing movements to warm and prepare the body as well as the mind for deep relaxation. We will then transition to a series of long held, passive postures (supported with lots of props) to release deeply held tension. In doing so we access the body’s natural state of rest and healing – the Relaxation Response – where blood pressure decreases and digestion and immunity improves. Most importantly we will quiet the mind, releasing its constant chatter, so that we can connect more fully, mind and body, here and now. You’ll leave class relaxed and renewed with your batteries completely recharged. You’re going to love how you feel!