In this class the Moksha sequence is linked together with vinyasa flows. Emphasis will be on the synergy between breath and movement to help you deepen your practice. This class is always moving, and is set at a quicker pace than a Moksha class. It is great for upper body strengthening and improving cardiovascular health. All levels welcome, though beginners are encouraged to feel comfortable with the standard Moksha series first.
A challenging and innovative flow class inspired by Baron Baptiste and it is not suitable for beginners. Very cardiovascular, you are constantly flowing through poses.
A continuation of the Powerflow series. Take your practice to the next level and come to an innovative flow class inspired by Baron Baptiste and it is not suitable for beginners. Very cardiovascular, you are constantly flowing through poses. Some inversions.
Students are introduced to the breathing style and fundamentals of Ashtanga; a yoga practice developed by Pattabhi Jois of Mysore, India. Ashtanga is typically a dynamic, heat building practice that focuses on strength, concentration and flexibility.
Yin is all about long holds done in silence. There is no perfect pose, you are encouraged to be in total comfort with no muscular strain, to constantly shift into place and position, and then, ultimately, to do the pose without moving. The goal of Yin is to minimize the use of muscle tension and to stretch the fascia, the deep connective tissue, the meridian highways of the body, to stimulate the flow of Chi. Typically, it involves seated positions held for 2-5 minutes.
is the regular Moksha yoga series but students may only attend by donation (minimum $5.00 - all proceeds go to charity, no passes) this class is suitable for students of all levels.