Class Descriptions- For all classes, we highly recommend registering online.

Aerial Flow


Postures in this practice are influenced by various mind body fitness practices including yoga, pilates, barre, dance and suspension training. The practice is designed to strengthen, lengthen, and stabilize your body in a fun, playful way. You will be able to access therapeutic inversions and every class ends with an incredible floating savasana. 

Wear comfortable clothing, and shirts with sleeves to protect both the hammock/swing material and your skin. 

We would be delighted to host your private group Aerial Class (between 4-8 people per session).  This option is perfect for a team building activity, wedding parties, friends' night out, or the like.  Please call to schedule a time for your private event. 

Balanced Athlete ®

BURN: Increase your aerobic and fat-burning capacity in this alignment-based Balanced Athlete® class, which incorporates high intensity interval training (HIIT). Remain mindful as you focus on full-body strength training with bursts of intense cardio designed to get you in the best shape of your life. Modifications for all fitness levels are provided. Done Barefoot.

Foundations: This class focuses on structural integration (knowing how the individual parts of the body are designed to support one another) and movement efficiency. Each practice includes a specific set of exercises designed to make movements more fluid and efficient while improving mental focus. Its interval format allows you to work at your individual level and pace making it suitable for all levels of movers.

This movement class blends elements of Pilates, dance, yoga and functional training. A mix of small, controlled movements, isometric holds and high repetition will leave you feeling stretched, strengthened and invigorated from head to toe.


Suitable to beginners and advanced practitioners. Focus on breath work, mindfulness, and a static posture sequence that aim to  achieve an overall balanced body and mind.  Poses are held for several breaths; props and modifications are encouraged. Postures are often given choices by which students can choose what feels right for them, and receive similar benefits. We are mindful about pronoun usage, and language about the body, so that all people can feel safe, welcome, and included. 

We believe you have the right to benefit from the practice. 

Hatha Yoga

This class is specifically designed with pregnant, and new parents in mind. Taught by a doula, partners/caregiver, breast/chest feeding, breast pumps, and pre-crawling newborns are welcome, too. As the pregnant body undergoes changes, it can cause emotional and physical stress. Poses often take on a different shape, depending on how far along in gestation. Variations are always offered. Mindfulness, breathing, and connecting with your body and your baby are encouraged. All levels are welcome. 

Prenatal + Postpartum Yoga

A Vinyasa practice designed to welcome all bodies, ability and experience levels. You will match breath and movement as you work to create space within your mind and body. This class encourages you to let go of any worry or fear about practicing yoga; giving you permission to welcome yourself just as you are, wherever you are, as we come together to celebrate all the things that make you awesome!

Slow Vinyasa Yoga

Yin yoga exercises tendons, ligaments, and fascia—the vital connective tissues not usually reached in traditional yoga classes. Tendons, ligaments, and fascia require slower movement and sustained positions. When you relax into these selective seated and reclining postures, your muscles are kept soft and you gently exercise the deep layers of the less elastic connective tissues. At the same time, these yin poses help lubricate joints by stimulating production of synovial fluid. Props are available whenever needed. You will feel relaxed and more aware of your body!

Yin Yoga

Yogic sleep, is a state of consciousness between waking and sleeping. This class is offered on a semi-regular basis.  It is among the deepest possible states of relaxation while still maintaining full consciousness. They say one hour of Yoga Nidra is equivalent to four hours of deep sleep!

The practice is a guided meditation taking you step by step to a blissful state of relaxation.
The thing you need is an open mind and maybe an eye pillow or something to drape over the eyes.
No meditation or yoga experience is necessary.

Yoga Nidra