Class Types

Ashtanga

Ashtanga is a powerful yoga practice that builds sequentially in terms of flexibility and strength. It involves synchronizing the breath with a progressive series of postures that will detox your muscles and organs. Every time you practice you will experience inner transformation resulting in improved circulation, a light and strong body, and a calm mind.

Teachers- Jackie

All Levels 

Yoga Basics 

Whether you’re brand new to yoga, or experienced and seeking to gain a deeper understanding of alignment and the foundation of asanas, this class is for you! 

Discover yoga as it pertains to asana (physical practice), pranayama (breath work), Vinyasa (to place in a specific way, or linking breath with movement) and other yogic concepts. Practitioners will learn how to properly align their body in poses to prevent injury and to optimize its benefits. This class is taught in workshop style to accommodate learning and growth as practitioners explore and deepen their practices. A perfect format to ask questions and get support or modifications. Explore and Align is held in the Create Studio. All levels welcome.

Teachers- Veronica, Maggie, Megan, Lena, Jackie, Robin, Kathy, Melissa, Marie-Anne

All Levels welcome

Deep Stretch

Teacher – Justin Michaels, Tommasina Marlow, Carolyn Petramale

All-levels

This style of sequencing is based on developing strength and flexibility of tendons, ligaments, and joint capsules through the static holding of asanas. This develops static endurance, static strength, flexibility, and concentration (of the rays of attention). These qualities bring energetic results to the practitioner, providing a meditative state from calming and balancing the central nervous system (CNS).

 

Roll and Restore

Teacher- Kathy Shaul

All levels welcome

This class is designed to release, stretch and relieve muscle aches and tension using therapeutic yoga balls of different sizes, and a variety of yin style props.

The therapeutic balls help alleviate pain from everyday muscle aches, enhances blood circulation, relaxes muscles, and allows you to deepen your asana practice 

The class is split 30 minutes with rolling and 30 minutes restorative yoga to calm and relax the mind as physical tension is released. You will leave this class feeling rejuvenated, grounded, at ease, and ready to take on your day.

Prenatal yoga

This class serves as an encouraging and affirming safe haven for mothers-to-be. Whether trying to conceive, expecting a little one, or recently given birth, this class addresses the all things fertility, pre-natal, and postpartum through the practice of yoga. Pranayama (breathing techniques), pelvic floor health, and meditation accompany the physical practices taught during the class in an effort to bring better mental, emotional, and physical health to both mama and baby.

Teacher- Megan, Melissa, all levels 

Vinyasa Sculpt + Roll

A unique combination! 30 min of strength training combined with 30 minutes of therapeutic yoga ball self-massage to release tension, erase pain, and increase mobility and range of motion.

 

Teachers – Kathy Shaul, Maggie Fike
All levels welcome

Slow Flow

This class takes Vinyasa to a whole new level. We believe when you slow your life down, you give your body time to heal and your mind time to recover. Come experience the true essence of vinyasa with this slow paced flow class that puts an emphasis on linking movements with the breath to create the ultimate moving meditation. Creative playlists and uniquely designed sequences will help guide you through a journey that will allow the movement practice to draw you deeper into the present moment and closer to your true self. 

Teacher-Megan, Lena, Maggie, Robin, Claudia, Alison, all levels

Wall Yoga

Align, ground and transform! Tune up your existing yoga practice. Wall yoga allows yoga practitioners to build stabilization, strength, balance and grounding through foundational postures. Wake up your circuitry and find connection in basic yoga postures. This class helps connect all styles of yoga. Lean into the support that Wall Yoga offers today!

Teacher-Lena Mayfeild , all levels

Vinyasa Sculpt

This class seeks to tone, strengthen, and focus the body as you flow seamlessly from pose to pose. Using weights, blocks, resistance bands, and other props, this class brings greater awareness to breath and muscle engagement while getting the most from every yoga posture.

Teacher – Kathy Shaul, Maggie Fike

All Levels

Yin Yoga

Teacher- Gail, Melissa, Megan, Maggie, Jackie, Tommasina

All Levels 

Yin Yoga is a quiet practice of long held postures that provides a balance to our active lifestyle. It works on the deeper tissues of the body, challenges the fascia, joints, tendons, ligaments, bones in a healthful way. It calls the body’s energy gently to these spaces to hydrate, smooth connective tissue, unblock stagnation and allow a deeper opening and release. 

In a long held posture, we learn to allow rather than work, to release rather than hold or push against, to settle in and simply wait. In that still and quiet space, you can observe yourself. Not just the body’s reaction, but the fluctuation of the mind and all the ways it tries to run away. This is the true learning, seeing our own patterns and processes without judgement as we breathe and learn to stay. This reconnection of the body, mind and awareness is the return to wholeness. Within this quiet practice lies an actual experience of precisely that: Your own true self in wholeness. 

Yin + Nidra

Offering depth and release as poses are held for three to five minutes, allowing the practitioner to fully sink into the posture. Through a prolonged exploration of the pose, a greater openness is revealed as deeper layers of fascia (connective tissue) release. When practicing yin yoga, you not only increase flexibility, but also gain a deeper appreciation of meditation while holding the poses.

The class will end with a yoga nidra. As described by Yoga International, Yoga Nidra, or “yogic sleep as it is commonly known, is an immensely powerful meditation technique, and one of the easiest yoga practices to develop and maintain. While the practitioner rests comfortably in savasana (corpse pose), this systematic meditation takes you through the pancha maya kosha (five layers of self), leaving you with a sense of wholeness.” 

Teacher- Lily Sokolov

All levels welcome

Ashtanga Blend

This class will use the foundations of Ashtanga yoga and add elements of creative flow to transform the way you approach your asana practice. Dive deeper into your yoga practice and progress to those challenging asanas quicker with

Teachers- Jackie

All levels are welcome

Meditation – Bio-Energetic

Teacher- Catherine Philippe 

All Levels welcome

Being a pillar of health, the practice of meditation allows the practitioner to find inner peace, harmony, and to see their true nature.

Traditionally, meditation aims at focusing the mind on the breath, a mantra, a philosophical principle, developing consciousness, and/or the observation and reflection of the Self. Bio-energetic Meditation combine the traditional approach of mindfulness with the knowledge and experience of feeling and sensing our energetic body through grounding and body awareness.

This class helps students to reconnect to their True Essence, feeling who they really are. With intention we create a ground for what they want to be an invitation for, what they want to bring more into their life.Consciously reconnecting to our spiritual essence, our Soul, and harnessing the power of the energies of the sky, the Earth, the elements, the four directions, we feel our place in the cosmos. Knowing we are part of the creative force of the universe, we can transform, create and manifest the life that we want.

Dynamic flow

Dynamic Yoga is all about finding your inner strength and becoming what you already are! This class is designed to challenge you and take you to your edge while linking breath to movement, which allows the practice to become a mindfulness meditation. “An offshoot of Ashtanga Yoga, it has many of the same qualities and benefits, including building internal heat, increased stamina, strength, and flexibility, as well as stress reduction. Teachers design their own sequences, while students synchronize their breath with their movement. The original Power Yoga was developed and founded by Beryl Bender Birch, but is now a term used to describe many vigorous vinyasa styles.” – Yoga Journal 

Teacher-Maggie, Robin, Lena, Veronica, Jackie, Megan, Tommasina, Alison *intermediate, all levels

Myofascial Roll Yoga (Yoga Ball Class)

 

Self-care fitness for every body. Easy and effective DIY techniques to massage deeply into your high-tension areas. Using therapy balls of different sizes and density you will relieve stress, erase pain, improve posture, increase range of motion and body awareness, enhance

performance, improve recovery and breathe better!

Teacher – Kathy, all Levels

Vinyasa Flow

Within the Practice of Vinyasa Yoga, focus is placed on movement of the breath and the body. Vinyasa means to link the breath and essentially our breath leads us through the movement. During the class you will be guided through meditations, Pranayama, and movements to assist breaking up stagnant energy patterns established in the body. Sun Salutations, and savasana. 

 “Vinyasa is a type of yoga that focuses on linking movement and breath to attain balance in the mind and body. From the Sanskrit “to place in a special way,” vinyasa aligns a deliberate sequence of poses with the breath to achieve a continuous flow. Inhalation is usually connected to upward, open movements, while exhalation is often tied to downward movements or twists.

This term can denote any of the following:

  • The link between movement and breath;
  • A yoga sequence that exemplifies this movement/breath connection;
  • A class that focuses on this type of yoga; 
  • or The act of setting an intention and taking steps to reach it.

As a category of yoga, vinyasa includes, but is not limited to, Power yoga, Baptiste yoga, Ashtanga, Jivamukti, and Prana Flow. Because vinyasa practice puts a strong focus on sun salutations, most vinyasa classes will focus heavily on this sequence. In fact, “Take a vinyasa” or “Go through your vinyasa” has become shorthand for completing a sequence of poses leading from the Sun Salutation, and including plank, chaturanga dandasana, upward-facing dog, and downward-facing dog.

The continuous movement of vinyasa reflects the impermanence of all forms and the necessity of accepting change to achieve balance and completeness.” – (Yogapedia https://www.yogapedia.com/definition/5035/vinyasa)

Teachers – Maggie, Marie-Anne, Jackie, Lena, Veronica, Veronica, Robin, Fara, Alison

All levels

 

Universal Vinyasa

Universal Yoga is based on the mayakoshas (sheaths) to create balance on all the layers of self (physical, energetic, emotional, psychological, intellectual, bliss and karmic layers) using the three main threads of yoga practice: body, breath, and mind. 

A typical class will combine strengthening, stretching and balancing asanas, vinyasas, breathing techniques and turns on the mat, creatively integrated using all major ranges of motion for arms, legs, and spine.

The primary goal is not only to work the physical body, but to target one’s concentration, balance energy and the nervous system, develop focus and attention, to turn awareness inward, cultivating deeper personal development. You will leave feeling peaceful and balanced.

Teachers- Tommasina, Justin, Carolyn 

All levels welcome (some experience recommended)

Dynamic Vinyasa

Teachers- Maggie, Robin, Lena, Veronica, Jackie, Megan, Tommasina, Alison *intermediate

Dynamic Yoga is all about finding your inner strength and becoming what you already are! This class is designed to challenge you and take you to your edge while linking breath to movement, which allows the practice to become a mindfulness meditation. “An offshoot of Ashtanga Yoga, it has many of the same qualities and benefits, including building internal heat, increased stamina, strength, and flexibility, as well as stress reduction. Teachers design their own sequences, while students synchronize their breath with their movement. The original Power Yoga was developed and founded by Beryl Bender Birch, but is now a term used to describe many vigorous vinyasa styles.” – Yoga Journal 

Slow Flow

Teachers- Megan, Lena, Maggie, Robin, Claudia, Alison

All Levels

This class takes Vinyasa to a whole new level. We believe when you slow your life down, you give your body time to heal and your mind time to recover. Come experience the true essence of vinyasa with this slow paced flow class that puts an emphasis on linking movements with the breath to create the ultimate moving meditation. Creative playlists and uniquely designed sequences will help guide you through a journey that will allow the movement practice to draw you deeper into the present moment and closer to your true self.

Vinyasa Flow

Within the Practice of Vinyasa Yoga, focus is placed on movement of the breath and the body. Vinyasa means to link the breath and essentially our breath leads us through the movement. During the class you will be guided through meditations, Pranayama, and movements to assist breaking up stagnant energy patterns established in the body. Sun Salutations, and savasana. 

Vinyasa is a type of yoga that focuses on linking movement and breath to attain balance in the mind and body. From the Sanskrit “to place in a special way,” vinyasa aligns a deliberate sequence of poses with the breath to achieve a continuous flow. Inhalation is usually connected to upward, open movements, while exhalation is often tied to downward movements or twists.

This term can denote any of the following:

  • The link between movement and breath;
  • A yoga sequence that exemplifies this movement/breath connection;
  • A class that focuses on this type of yoga; or
  • The act of setting an intention and taking steps to reach it.

As a category of yoga, vinyasa includes, but is not limited to, Power yoga, Baptiste yoga, Ashtanga, Jivamukti, and Prana Flow. Because vinyasa practice puts a strong focus on sun salutations, most vinyasa classes will focus heavily on this sequence. In fact, “Take a vinyasa” or “Go through your vinyasa” has become shorthand for completing a sequence of poses leading from the Sun Salutation, and including plank, chaturanga dandasana, upward-facing dog, and downward-facing dog.

The continuous movement of vinyasa reflects the impermanence of all forms and the necessity of accepting change to achieve balance and completeness.” – (Yogapedia https://www.yogapedia.com/definition/5035/vinyasa)

Teacher- Maggie, Marie-Anne, Jackie, Lena, Veronica, Veronica, Robin, Fara, Alison

All levels 

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