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Class Descriptions 


Vinyasa Flow is a grounding and energizing practice that includes fluid transitions from pose to pose. Classes incorporate breathing practices, yoga postures, and deep mindful connection of breath with movement. Room temp is 95 degrees. 


Power Barre is a challenging, energetic whole-body workout designed to an upbeat playlist. Expect a fusion of isometric movements, strength moves, cardio intervals, Pilates, core, and ballet-inspired toning. Room temp is 85-90 degrees. ​


A powerful mixture of yoga, strength drills, body weight resistance, and cardio. Props such as hands weights, resistance bands, sliders, and blocks are used to enhance the burn and increase the sweat. Expect a serious full-body workout to a killer playlist! Room temp is 85-90 degrees.  


A challenging and dynamic blend of vinyasa-style yoga, cardio, and strength + flexibility training. Set to an upbeat playlist, Power Flow is designed to keep your heart rate elevated and push the boundaries of your physical practice. More physically challenging than Vinyasa, yet less fitnessy than Sculpt. We use the body work to get to the heart work. Come ready to flow hard! Room temp is 95 degrees. 


VinYin is a combination of Vinyasa and Yin yoga. The first half of class is a strengthening and energizing flow linking breath with movement. The second half of class is yin yoga, which is a slow-paced style of yoga, incorporating principles of traditional Chinese medicine. Expect sweet, long holds with ample time for meditation and breath awareness. Room temp is 85-90 degrees.



Friday fix is a rotating class guaranteed to get your weekend started right! You can expect any class type on Fridays, ranging from a themed vinyasa flow class to barre to sculpt and beyond. Room temp is 85-90 degrees. 


Enjoy the ultimate wind down. Yin Yoga is a slow-paced style of yoga, incorporating principles of traditional Chinese medicine. Taken in stillness, Yin yoga poses safely stress (stretch) fascial tissues in order to develop ease in your body and a fuller range of motion in your joints. Expect sweet, long holds with ample time for meditation and breath awareness. Room temp is 85 degrees.


An upbeat, mood-boosting class, music-driven flows, and modifications to suit all body types and levels of experience. HIIT + Vinyasa + intuitive dance + cardio bursts + creative muscle burnout = SO MUCH FUN! Create more balance in the body to fuel a love affair with the most important person in your life … yourself! Room temp is 85 degrees. 



This conditioning class is a body-weight-butt-kicker that incorporates powerful movements expressed with intention, covering all planes of motion while pulling the body into postural balance. Each session will include a quick warm-up, a molten strength & cardio-filled core, & a yummy, stretchy simmer down. Room temp is 85 degrees.


HOT 26

Often thought of as the original “Hot Yoga,” this class is a set sequence of 26 postures, beginning and ending with pranayama (breathing exercises). What sets this class apart from traditional 26&2 is that we do each pose only once, it’s 60 minutes, it’s set to music, and we offer modifications for all levels of learners. 

This class is a great compliment to vinyasa and all other forms of exercise, as there is an emphasis on stretching, strengthening, and moving the spine in all directions. And it’ll be HOT so come ready to sweat it out. Room temp is 100. 

If you’re looking to stay off your wrists and have a more static and focused practice, this is for you! If you’re looking for a set sequence where you consistently practice the same poses, this is also for you! If you like class really hot, also for you. 

How does this differ from vinyasa?   This class doesn’t include poses that are often found in vinyasa (downdog, Chaturanga, upward dog) and there is no flowing with breath in between poses. 


Ashtanga Yoga is a set sequence of postures that focuses on linking breath with movement popularized by Sri K. Pattabhi Jois. There are 6 total series in Ashtanga yoga and the Primary series is just the first.
The Primary series is designed to detoxify and purify the body, mind, and spirit. It is a challenging and dynamic practice that focuses on building strength, flexibility, and stamina over time which is part of why repeating the same postures is important.

The word Ashtanga is composed of two Sanskrit words. “Ashta” refers to the number eight, while “Anga” means limb. Therefore, Ashtanga is the union of the eight limbs of yoga, into one complete, holistic system. The eight-limbs of yoga represent the various branches of the philosophy of the yoga sutras that form the foundation of Ashtanga.


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