Our signature 50-minute class takes you on a sweat-dripping journey through hills, sprints, and intervals—all to an inspiring beat.
Calling all bad-asses: Once a month we offer a 90-minute endurance ride to challenge your physical and mental strength. The hardest part is getting there; once you’re on the bike, the ride is yours—no regrets.
Tight hamstrings? Tense hip flexors? Release it all in Yin, a variation of seated and supine poses, each typically held for three to five minutes. These long holds allow muscles to soften to stretch deep fascia, or connective tissue around the joints.
Our therapeutic practice uses props to invite the body to surrender deeper into poses with reduced risk of discomfort and injury.
All you have to do is lie down and listen. Nidra promotes full body relaxation through a deep meditative state of consciousness while in supported shavasana. Unwinding the nervous system and quieting the mind, Nidra is a practice for anyone and everyone.
A meditative flow that encourages slow, steady breath while holding postures and achieving smooth, mindful transitions between those postures.
Warm-up sequences featuring a series of movements, or vinyasas, that build heat in the body to prepare for longer-held poses and deeper meditation.
Want it all? Blend is our perfect combination of Slow flow and Sun salutations. Build heat through partially self-guided movement, followed by longer-held postures to tone muscles and improve flexibility.
This yoga-inspired cardio flow features repetitive movements using one’s own body resistance with the option of light weights for added intensity in poses and transitions. Room is warm but not hot. Wear barre socks (with grips) or go barefoot.
We’re here to help you stay fit, relaxed, and limber during your pregnancy. Our yoga practice especially for moms-to-be helps to alleviates many of the discomforts of pregnancy such as nausea, constipation, varicose veins, swelling, back pain, and sciatica. Benefits include calming the mind, strengthening the uterus and pelvic muscles, improving circulation, aiding in digestion, and exercising the spine.