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Class Descriptions

We offer a wide variety of classes for all levels and interests. We believe that consistency is key to advancing your health and wellness goals, but we also believe variety keeps things fresh and fun, helping us to stay consistent. Find the class schedule here.

Please note, when it rains, classes are relocated to the dance floor indoors. Indoor space is very open and well ventilated.



This is a traditional Vinyasa yoga class that offers a little bit of everything. You will lengthen and strengthen your physical body, learn elements of pranayama (breathwork) and meditation while the instructor fluidly cues you through postures.



An all-levels strength based flow focusing on building integral core strength for arm balances and inversions. This class incorporates the Yoga Stick. Users personal yoga practice will mature and progress when practiced on a regular basis. This style aids the beginner, teaches the intermediate and challenges the experienced.

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In this class you’ll experience longer holds, challenging postures and some extra emphasis on your core. Forcing you to dive deep and improve your focus. A fun challenge for any level of practice, but basic understanding of postures is recommended.



In Deep House Yoga we let the music and hypnotizing beats carry us through the movement. All yoga levels are welcome for this Vinyasa Flow, there will be modifications for beginners as well as advanced yogis. Every class will be inspired by the music and look a little different, but you can always be sure to go home feeling satisfied, relaxed, bendy, and blissed out!

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This balancing class is calming yet challenging. In this class you will learn breath work and mental focus as well as strength and mobility. You will challenge your body by balancing not just on your feet but finger tips, toes, shouldes and more. You’ll find in this well balanced sequence how to calm your mind and move with your breath while building strength and muscle in the meantime. This sequence is built around focus and mental awareness, as well as discovering your center of gravity and your bodies equilibrium receptors. Balancing poses can positively impact both our physical and mental health in our bodies, they help us find alignment, to strengthen and lengthen our muscles as well as positively impacting our yoga practice by helping in transitions and mobility. Suitable for all levels. 

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Yin yoga is a slow, meditative style of yoga incorporating static holds. Holding these postures is meant to stimulate the channels of the subtle body known as meridians. This practice targets ligaments, bones, joints and the deep connective tissue (fascia) as well as your organs. It is a perfect complement to your strength-building vinyasa practice and workouts. You are encouraged, but not required, to bring your own props - blankets, blocks, bolsters, yoga strap etc.



A deep, meaningful flow of Yoga with focus on alignment and breath to body movement, while incorporating Yin held postures to find depth in your stretch. An overall juicy, soulful practice to allow space to feel & be open to your senses and empowerment.



Dance Flow is a mat vinyasa practice based in Heather’s Dance Flow Yoga format. Dance Flow combines the fluidity and expressiveness of dance with the breath to movement sequencing of vinyasa flow yoga, creating a dynamic and challenging practice that celebrates expansive movement and the space between the shapes. In this class students will build strength, stamina, balance, and flow. Some prior vinyasa yoga experience recommended. Please bring your mat, a towel, water, and playfulness.

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Use this mid-day break as a chance to connect to yourself, recharge your batteries from the midday slump, and elevate stress from the body, mind and soul through movement and meditation. We will be moving through a vinyasa flow to release static energy in the body and tension in areas that can be impacted from our day to day jobs and life. Following our thoughtful movement practice, we will invite peace, clarity, and softness into our minds and bodies through meditation and pranayama (breathwork) to re-enter our day with a luminous energy!



In this class you'll flow continuously through strong sequences of traditional Sun salutations and standing postures linking breath with movement, building strength and endurance as you push the edge of your balance and flexibility. You can expect a vigorous and uplifting practice.

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Get all the benefits of yoga and functional movement training in this class, which uses specialized sequences to improve mobility and reduce muscle tension in your shoulders, hips, back, and more! Expect to finish class with way less stiffness and a lot more strength! This class is also the perfect complement to yoga if you are looking for a way to reduce your risk of injury and troubleshoot common areas of joint discomfort in poses, such as low back discomfort in Camel Pose, or wrist pain in Chaturanga.

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Yin and Yoga Nidra combine two of the most potent practices for deep restoration and repair. This class will begin with 45 minutes of Yin, restorative poses held for longer periods of time, to gently stretch and strengthen the body’s connective tissue. We will then move into Yoga Nidra, also called yogic sleep, as this practice brings you into a deep state of relaxation between wakefulness and sleep. With an Akhanda based approach to Yoga Nidra, you will move your awareness between specific energetic points in your body and your pineal gland to increase brain and body coherence. The combination between Yin and Yoga Nidra invites you to deeply surrender into a meditative state while restoring your physical body with fresh blood flow and energy.



Class will start with a series of stretches to warm up the body, loosening the muscles around the skeleton so that we can flow into belly dancing drills to later build choreography. These drills not only add to your calorie burn but activates many of the muscles in the core, creating a low-impact, squat – heavy workout that tones the thighs and buttocks. Belly Dancing is an activity with history as rich and fluid as its movements leaving you with grounding energy, exploration of the body and true empowerment of the soul– and of course sexy new moves to break out on the dance floor! Suitable for all levels and no experience needed!



A class designed to build confidence and improve areas of our practice that you wouldn’t in a regular vinyasa class. Class starts with mobility and functional movement drills, followed by a vinyasa type flow with added repetitions and core work, then light stretching as you cool down. You are encouraged to bring a towel as the instructor will for sure make you sweat!





Come tone, lift, and shake your booty for 60 mins of this lower body focused workout with Jessica C. to the sweet sounds of your favorite 90’s-00’s hip hop jams. 


Class will include our most bootylicious movements while also activating our core and getting your heart rate up with gentle cardio. 


This  ain’t your mama’s Zumba class so be sure to bring some water, your mat and a fierce attitude. For all levels! All exercises can be modified. 



Rocket yoga is a format inspired by the practice of ashtanga and vinyasa. It is a Combination of fluid movement(vinyasa) & primary and intermediate series from the ashtanga practice that creates a fast paced fun flow designed to level up and deepen your practice. Through rocket you are introduced to variations of inversions such as, forearm stand, headstand and wheel, as well as deeper twists, hip work and back bends.



FlowLIFT is a 45-minute mat-based, music-driven strength training workout using light ankle and hand weights (1-3 lbs). This fast-paced high-intensity class is derived from influences of yoga, Pilates, and weight training resulting in improved balance, core strength, and mental sharpness. While the movement structure of the class is consistent, the moves are dynamic and complex and always changing so students don’t plateau and see immediate changes in their bodies. The pace of the class is up to each student, but everyone is encouraged to keep moving for the entire 45 minutes to improve endurance and cardiovascular fitness.

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