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Which Style Of Yoga Is Best For Me?

Find the perfect style for you or try them all!


Explore the fundamentals of yoga, pranayama (breathing techniques), yoga history, and philosophy so you can begin to experience its transformational effects. Learn proper body alignment while developing strength, flexibility, and balance in a supportive environment. This class is designed for the brand new student, yet experienced students are welcome to reinforce the basics.

Think of Hatha yoga as a generic term for a physical yoga practice. Almost all yoga you will find in the west is technically hatha yoga. However, there are other branches of yoga such as kriya, raja, and karma yoga that are separate from the physical-based yoga practice. The focus is on controlling the breath and holding poses for a relatively short amount of time at a moderate pace. The pace is slow enough for teachers to explain poses (alignment & benefits) and to correct students, which is perfect for beginners. Expect to leave a hatha class calmer, energized and with better body awareness.

In a vinyasa class, postures are synced together with the breath. Unlike ashtanga, the sequence is always different, but always starts with sun salutations. Transitions between poses are smooth and it can feel like a dance. Because of the fast pace of classes, there is usually less focus on alignment which could lead beginners to injuries. Vinyasa yoga is often considered the most athletic yoga style. This practice is best for intermediate to advanced yogis, as teachers expect students to know the basic alignments. A vinyasa class is physical and will test the body's limits while calming the mind.

Restorative yoga is a soothing & calming practice that is meant to rejuvenate and restore an unhealthy, stressed or injured body/mind to a healthy relaxed one. Most likely, the studio's lights will be dimmed & some calming music will be played. The pace is very slow and each pose is held from 2 to 15 minutes each. Poses are passive and the use of props help to hold poses with little to no effort. If you have an injury or back problems and need a skilled teacher to restore your body to normal, this is the class for you. Restorative yoga also helps to cleanse and free your mind.

Meditative Flow is a mix of stretching, balancing exercises, flowing movements, breathwork and meditation. Some of the postures are held between one and three minutes. This combination of Hatha yoga infused with Yin yoga can be challenging to the body, mind and emotions. This class will help students get into the pose and learn to balance the mind, body and breath throughout the practice. 

Chakra Flow combines and integrates elements of hatha, vinyasa, yin, kundalini and restorative yoga. This class will focus on balance, flow, breathwork, stretching and meditation. Each class will focus on a different chakra to help unlock and clear any blockages in the mind, body and emotions.

Chair yoga is a gentle practice in which postures are performed while seated and/or with the aid of a chair. Chair yoga classes typically target those with physical disabilities or aging men and women who find a typical yoga session too challenging. It is also a great form of yoga for beginners or anyone who wants to focus on a gentle practice. Chair yoga increases flexibility, strength and body awareness. When standing poses are included in a Chair yoga class, the chair is used to help with and improve balance. Chair yoga may also include pranayama breathing techniques and meditation to promote focus, mental clarity and relaxation.

Iyengar yoga was developed by B.K.S. Iyengar. It is a very meticulous and detail oriented style of yoga. The focus is on finding the perfect alignment with detailed and precise movements while controlling the breath. Iyengar classes can include props to reach that proper alignment: blocks, chairs, straps, bolsters, blankets, etc. You can expect to spend a lot of time listening to the teacher and working on the same pose which won't make you jump and sweat, but is very challenging mentally and physically. Because teachers must go through a very intensive and comprehensive training, these classes are the most suited for people with injuries, back problems and illnesses.

A Fusion of yoga and (high intensity interval training) HIIT . This class is structured with two vinyasa flows, two four-minute HIIT circuits, four minutes of long holds, and three minutes of core. This class will challenge you mentally and physically.


Gentle yoga is a slow and compassionate practice that consists of standing as well as ground-based postures. During this class, we stretch and strengthen mindfully as we explore the physical and emotional bodies as well as the breath. Props are used for additional support. All levels are welcome!

Raja yoga is one of the four classical schools of yoga alongside Jnana (knowledge or self-study), Bhakti (devotion) and Karma (action), each offering a path to moksha (spiritual liberation) and self-realization. In Sanskrit, raja means ‘king" or ‘royal," referring to the status of Raja yoga as a "royal path"’ or principal form of yoga. Traditionally, Raja yoga refers to both the goal of yoga and the method of attaining it. As such, it is also considered to be the state of peace and contentment that arises from sustained yoga and meditation practice.In essence, Raja yoga is the yoga of mind and body control, with a focus on meditation and energetics. Since Raja yoga involves all three dimensions of human existence (physical, mental and spiritual), it enables practitioners to achieve balance and harmony on all of these levels.

Yin yoga is similar to restorative yoga in the way that both styles are slow-paced and calming. But while restorative yoga is meant to restore the body back to normal, yin classes will compensate for a busy, active lifestyle (yang) with a quiet and meditative seated practice (yin). Yang yoga classes will focus on strengthening muscles, but yin classes will work close to the bone, in deep tissue, like your fascia, joints and connective tissues. Props help you stay in the passive poses longer, which will challenge you to stay in an uncomfortable position for a few minutes. It will teach you how to feel your body and work with emotions that arise. Yin classes teach self-awareness, improve flexibility, lubricate joints and overall deepen your practice. Yin is a meditative yoga practice that helps you find inner peace.


Yoga Nidra or “Yogic Sleep” is an ancient technique where the practitioner enters a deep state of conscious relaxation. It holds immense benefits for all those who struggle to let go, those who suffer from lack of sleep, trauma, burn-out, and anxiety. It is also highly beneficial and holds great healing power for anyone who wants to experience a deeper sense of peace and reconnect more profoundly with themselves. It is a systematic practice of moving awareness from our external world to the inner world. It brings us to a state of deep sleep where our senses, intellect, and mind relax. We become free from the concepts of time, space, and reason. When this happens, brain activity reduces and the body goes into a healing state. Therefore, it is also said that one hour of yoga Nidra can give the same benefits as four hours of sleep. As the body enters a healing state, you can clear up the toxins at a cellular level, refresh the mind and remove baggage from the subconscious.



Our Midday Meditation class was designed to bring pause into your day. During this class, we walk through the different types of meditation and breathing techniques while focusing to bring alignment to a new Chakra each week. The first half of the class is a teaching element followed by putting the learned techniques into practice for the second half with a mini sound bath.



Experience an ancient practice of strengthening and healing exercises comprised of specialized flowing movements and postures, guided visual imagery, meditation, and self-acupressure techniques.  Well-known as preventive medicine and cost-effective, this becomes your self-care for health, wellness and longevity.

Fusion yoga is the perfect mix of vinyasa yoga and pilates aiming not only to build strength and flexibility within the body but also to focus on the breath and bring peace to the mind. This class will aim to stretch both the body and the mind while emphasizing movement that will tone and elongate the muscles. Allowing for mindfulness and a stronger connection to both the body and the spirit.

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