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About our Yoga classes...



Restorative Yoga


Restorative Yoga is a way of practicing postures that support the body to create deep relaxation and rejuventation. By using blankets, bolsters, sandbags, and other yoga props, the body is positioned in ways that support and sometimes gently stretch tight muscles. Suitable for all levels.

Slow Flow Yoga  


A slower approach to vinyasa yoga. This class is geared toward the beginner, but also great for students with more experience looking to further develop basic postures. All levels are welcome.

Open Level Yoga

Designed for all levels of students. Modifications and optional variations will be given to engage and challenge all levels and abilities Everyone is encouraged to take the practice to their level and modify as needed. All are welcome.

Yin Yoga


Quiet your mind and open the deep tissues of your body in this contemplative and meditative class. Yin is an essential compliment to your more active (yang) hatha yoga practice. Learn how the Yin shapes (asanas) affect your Qi (prana) and the deeper yin tissues (bones & ligaments) of your body

Hot Pilates

From the Inferno Hot Pilates website


“Inferno Hot Pilates was started by Gabriella Wal­ters in Jan­u­ary 2012. Gabi started the Hot Pilates craze in Las Vegas back in 2009 and has devel­oped the Inferno Hot Pilates class for every­one to enjoy. Pre­pare to be inspired, to sweat, to work hard — and of course, to feel great.


Using Pilates prin­ci­ples, Inferno Hot Pilates is a chal­leng­ing, full body, low impact, high inten­sity work­out. It is per­formed on a yoga mat in a room heated to 95 degrees and 40% humid­ity. Hot Pilates strength­ens mus­cles and burns fat — all with­out the pound­ing of a high impact work­out. It is designed for all fit­ness levels.”

Hot Power Yoga  


Move and breathe in a room heated to approximately 90 - 95 degrees.
This class flows at a faster pace, and focuses on physical conditioning and mindfulness.

Prior experience with heated classes and vinyasa yoga is recommended.



- For people new to yoga and movement, we recommend not eating for two hours prior to class time. 


- We recommend going to a class level that best fits your experience. Beginner's are encouraged to start off with a slow flow vinyasa class.. 

- Class cancellations must be made 4 hours in advance.  

- No Cell phones are allowed in the studio

- The studio door is locked 5 mins after class start time to ensure the safety of guests belongings in the foyer and also to avoid disrupting students in class with late arrivals

- You must be 15 years or older to attend to attend Aerial Yoga,  regular yoga, Hot Pilates, and Heated classes. 

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