Yoga for every body


90 minute Bikram Method

The authentic Bikram Beginning Yoga Class. 90 minutes long, performed in a room heated to 105 degrees with 40 percent humidity. The class moves through 26 postures & 2 breathing exercises and is appropriate for all levels of yoga practitioners. This class serves as a prescription for the body – working every single join, tendon, ligament, tendon, internal organ and cell. When practiced regularly, it will bring you optimal health and wellbeing.


60 Minute Power Hour

This class is a condensed version of the traditional Bikram Beginner’s class. Same heat, same postures. The class moves with a faster tempo and some postures are flowed together. Power hour is great for those operating on a tight schedule and is also a great supplement to any other workout that you might already be doing.



This 75 minute class is relaxing, restorative, and focuses on long holds of the postures.  Most of the postures are practiced on the floor and the object is to completely relax to stretch deep connective tissue. The room is warm.

Hot Vinyasa

Hot Vinyasa is a fun and challenging class linking movement and breath. Vinyasa yoga will challenge your upper body and core in new ways, and there is freedom within the class to modify and amplify poses. The room will be between 98 - 100 degrees and class is 75minutes long.

Youth Yoga

In the class, kids will practice yoga postures, breath work, and mindfulness. This class is very laid back and suitable for all ages. Children 5 and under should be accompanied by an adult. Don’t see a youth class on the schedule? We offer programs each season, so be sure to sign up for our newsletter to be notified about the next program! The class is 60minutes and unheated.


Private/Group Lessons

Solo instruction OR small group classes are available. For solo private instruction, it is recommended that you have taken at least 5 regular beginner classes first. Group lessons are a great opportunity for sports teams looking to cross-train, learn stretches for injury prevention, and/or to learn more about mindfulness.