Class Descriptions

All bodies can do yoga and our instructors are committed to making all students feel welcome and at ease. These descriptions offer a idea of what to expect in a class, but allow for the possibility to be pleasantly surprised.

Classical Vitality with Sheila

This class is for those with reduced mobility, those recovering from injury or anyone who may find it difficult to move from floor to standing and back again.  We will work on flexibility, gentle strengthening and balance. Movement will be primarily seated and standing with support available. Please have a yoga mat, sturdy chair (folding or kitchen type without arms), yoga strap and 2 blocks. 

Classical Yoga with Lanta

This hatha yoga class begins with a brief sharing of yoga philosophy which is interwoven throughout the class, allowing the student to understand the holistic science of yoga and bring this awareness into their everyday lives. Through the combination of asana (physical postures) and pranayama (breath work), we prepare the body for the deeper spiritual practice of meditation.

Classical Yoga Flow with Sheila

This gentle form of Hatha Yoga is accessible to all.  Although Yoga is best known for its postures, this is only a small part of Yoga. By applying awareness to our practice of postures, Yoga becomes more than just physical exercise. It becomes a process of personal growth and self-discovery. By making Yoga philosophy applicable to real life in today’s world, students leave class with an effective understanding of what it means to be healthy, to relax, to live in the full awareness of each moment and to fully enjoy their lives.

Gentle Classical Yoga with Chelsea

This class will invite you to connect intuitively with movement, beginning with a morning check in, discussion of yoga philosophy and meditation. Classical yoga is for any body type that would like to move in order to have a higher connection with the self. We will tailor the practice to meet you where you are in your journey. Yoga props are strongly encouraged but not required.

Gentle Yoga Flow with Brenna

This vinyasa class is held at a slower pace. Students will combine breath while gently flowing through sun salutations and standing poses.  Some balance, passive stretching, and strength building will be integrated to invite a sense of well-being.

Vinyasa Flow with Lisa

This class offers a steady, but relaxed flow that invites you to slow down to create space for stillness and spiritual awareness. Guided to physical postures to direct the flow of energy with the intention of mind and breath. Variations of sun salutations, standing, seated and balancing postures are offered to invite a gentle approach , as well as to deepen within your practice.Group reiki energy healing is also integrated throughout the Practice to enhance relaxation, renewal and a deep sense of well-being.

Yoga by Donation with Lanta/Cherie

This class harnesses the energy of the community. There are no set fees. Pay what you are able or use an already existing monthly pass. Your choice! All levels are welcome. Create connection with the body and mind through breath awareness.

YOGABODY® Trapeze with Chelsea

Take your yoga practice to new levels with the Yoga Body Trapeze®. This fun new practice will allow you to deepen into familiar asanas while also toning and strengthening through new poses as well. The inversion aspect of this class allows a unique relaxation in a suspended atmosphere. You can lengthen using gravity as a tool to help ease back pain and strengthen the body. The slings and straps bring the floor to you as you start with a familiar warm up, move through some conditioning and a fun flow to end in a relaxing unique floating savasana. This class is limited to 5 people and pre-registration is required.

Yoga/Trapeze Fusion with Chelsea

This class will combines Chelsea’s love of Classical Yoga and Yoga Trapeze. The first 30 minutes of class will include discussion of Yoga philosophy, warm ups and asana, allowing the body to teach us about our unique anatomy, as well as our strengths and limitations. There will be an option to use the Trapeze for some of the poses, but not required. The second half of the class will focus on inversions which offers the options of strength building, deep stretching and core work. The class winds down with a deep relaxation and meditation. If you have wanted to try Yoga Trapeze, this is a great opportunity to learn how to incorporate it in your Practice. This class is limited to 5 people and pre-registration is required.

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