Class Descriptions


  • a general category that includes most yoga styles. The teacher will adapt the class to the students. The poses are held longer than in Vinyasa.



  • a style in which poses may be held longer than in other styles in an effort to pay much closer attention to the precise musculoskeletal alignment within each asana.



  • a gentle, relaxing, passive style in which the poses are held up to 20 minutes. It uses props to provide support in order to allow the student to relax and completely let go.



  • for people who are unable to participate in regular classes due to strength, balance, or mobility problems. Poses are adapted to individual students’ needs and abilities. Appropriate for those who are unable to walk unaided; the building is handicap accessible. It is also appropriate for those recovering from injuries, surgeries, etc. that have been medically cleared.