Yoga helps us to flow like water. Our bodies become attuned to our breath, and to the nature of awareness. It strengthens and uplifts, allowing us time out for ourselves while simultaneously tuning in to our  mind and body.

Yoga Class
Vinyasa Flow


 Often called flow yoga, Vinyasa Flow focuses on transitions and movements, with less time spent in stationary poses.

As opposed to other styles of yoga like Iyengar or Ashtanga, Vinyasa Flow classes do not have a set sequence or a certain amount or type of poses to get through. No two classes are ever the same, and often the sequences are creative and playful. 

Woman in a Yoga Pose
Yin Yoga

Less is More

Yin is a slow, soothing, and meditative style of yoga that targets the deep connective tissues, bones, joints, fascia, and ligaments in the body.

Movement and stretching hydrate fascia and literally help slow the aging process. In Yin Yoga, we hold mostly passive poses for about two to five minutes to work into our connective tissues.

Boxing Yoga


BoxingYoga™ is a yoga-based training system originally designed for boxers to improve core power, full-body strength and overall flexibility.

Over a flow class of almost 60 minutes, BoxingYoga™ explores and promotes coordination, body awareness and correct posture alignment, helping to build strength both mentally and physically, as well as shorten recovery time and cultivate relaxation and muscular tension release.