Community Class: We believe that yoga should be accessible to all walks of life! This class was created for those new to yoga to explore the benefits of vinyasa flow yoga and learn in a safe environment free of judgement.

Buti Yoga: This is a dynamic asana practice fused with primal movement, tribal dance and deep core engagement. You will leave with a full body workout and all new self confidence!

Dynamic Stretch and Flow: This class incorporates an ebb and flow of deep stretching and traditional yoga poses. This slow flow is demanding yet meditative with the intention to create internal warmth through the rhythm of each inhale and exhale.

Gentle Flow: This class is for beginners through intermediate students. This is a slow flow class that features breathing techniques and moving with intention. Props are encouraged to allow the body to fully achieve each pose comfortably. This is also a great class for those who are new to yoga or for students with injuries or limitations.

Guided Meditation: This class teaches powerful tools that help manage stress, find inner peace, and improve mental function. Meditation can help cultivate self-awareness and empathy. Consistent  practice can improve both mental and physical health.

Power Flow: A fitness-based approach to a Vinyasa style flow.  There is a focus on linking breath with movement in a vigorous and mindful way.  Power yoga builds strength, flexibility and concentration while cleansing the body and calming the mind. You can expect a great cardiovascular and strength building workout combined with breath work.

Rasamaya Flow: Rasamaya literally translates as "fluid" in Sanskrit, and the philosophy system is centered around the concept of finding a fluid life both on and off your mat. This yoga system moves from deep relaxation lying down to seated, kneeling and standing postures before moving back down again to a final relaxation lying down. All classes incorporate strengthening for the body, and spinal integrity as a central component.

Restorative Flow: A meditation experience for both the mind and body! Restorative yoga  poses require little or no muscular exertion; each post is held for several minutes with or without the use of props (blankets, bolsters, and blocks). This is a practice of silence, stillness, and inner awareness. No yoga or meditation experience is needed and all levels are welcome.

Vinyasa Flow: In this class you will link breathing with intentional movement. In a Vinyasa class, you will grow strength, energy, and flexibility in a fun environment.

Yin Yoga: This is slower paced practice of yoga in which poses are held for longer periods of time at a level of sensation that embodies acceptance and non-striving. Poses are meant to provide moderate stress to the connective tissue of the body with the aim of increasing circulation in the joints and flexibility.  The mindset of the yin practice is less about doing and more about being and allowing, providing the body and mind space for deeper opening and insights.