Basic Yoga

This strala-inspired basics class is great if you are just getting started with your practice. It’s also a wonderful routine if you want to get back to the basics. Move your body in a comfortable, relaxing, and easygoing way. You will build strength and a healthy range of motion while focusing your attention on your breath.

Beginner Flow

This class is inspired by vinyasa yoga and open to all levels. We flow between poses at a slower pace while still focusing on linking your breath with your movements. Class is beginner-friendly and many modifications are offered. Break through mental obstacles as you strengthen both the body and the mind.


Strala-inspired and restorative – the movements of this gentle yoga routine will release tension, open up your body, and relax your mind. Take your time in each movement, breathe easily, and stay relaxed as you flow gently between poses.


Strala-inspired yoga class where you can release stress and tension from your body and mind as you move through this relaxing flow with ease.


A calming, restorative yoga class to stretch and strengthen the body gradually. Emphasis is on building awareness of the breath and the body. Poses (asanas) are practiced at a slower pace with attention to alignment and detail. Recommended for all levels.


Achieve peace in body and mind by balancing the meditative aspects of breath and stillness with passive floor poses held for a few minutes at a time. This hour on Friday nights can help you relax, manage stress and anxiety, and enhance your mood and overall sense of well-being.

All Level Flow
This yoga class is designed to move the body and focus on the breath. Vinyasa yoga (flow) is faster-paced with an emphasis on linking your breath with your movement. This practice builds strength, stamina, and increases cardiovascular fitness.​


Core yoga is a flow-based class with a particular focus on ab work. This class is open to all levels and combines traditional yoga poses with challenging mat fitness moves that will strengthen your abs and mobilize your spine.

Candlelight Flow

A slow vinyasa yoga class surrounded by candlelight. Designed to help you wind down and relax at the end of the weekend while preparing you for the upcoming week.

Relax Flow

A steady stream of yoga poses (asana) designed to revitalize body and mind. Poses are carefully sequenced to enhance energy from root to crown.

A more fast-paced flow class where your breath is linked to your movements. It is preferred, but not required, that you have taken at least one or more yoga classes beforehand. You will leave class feeling stronger, focused, and rejuvenated to take on the world with a calm focus.

Prenatal Yoga

Prenatal yoga is a style of yoga designed for pregnant women to practice, regardless of your due date. The class will typically include deep breathing, gentle stretching, and suitable postures, often including props. The mixture of stretching, controlled breathing, and mental focus offers a variety of benefits to expectant mothers. This form of yoga can also increase strength and flexibility in the muscles used during childbirth. Prenatal yoga may reduce stress levels, improve sleep patterns, and alleviate physical discomfort such as nausea, headaches, and lower back pain.

Chair Yoga

No matter what your health challenges or level of fitness, you can still practice yoga. Chairs and props are provided for this gentle yoga class to keep everyone safe and supported — no mats required. Practice is done both seated and standing. With a chair (or two) and other props for support, this class challenges the body and mind through strengthening, stretching, relaxing, and breathing. Flexibility and muscle tone will continually improve as your mind, body, and spirit work together in harmony. This class is for those who have issue getting up and down off the floor and prefer a chair as their main seat. Caregivers are welcome to join in as well!

Mind, Body, Balance

A 75-minute holistic yoga class designed to relax both the mind and body before working through asana. You will utilize blocks, straps, blankets, bolsters, and aromatherapy. Guided by an instructor specializing in yoga therapy, trauma, and adaptive yoga, you will be sure to leave the class feeling balanced, connected, and at peace wherever you are in your practice.