Hot Yoga


Our core class. This class is recommended for everyone, from first day beginners to advanced students.


The magic of this class is that everyone is practicing the same posture at different levels of ability, receiving the same benefits. There is an exact position for everyone at every level, which our trained instructors will help you find. 

Combinations of balancing postures and stretches, this class will give you a total body exercise.

The room is heated (104 -106F) to allow for the body to move deeper into postures, decreasing the chance of injury.

Hot or Warm Vinyasa

Our "Hot Vinyasa" is a vigorous class, combining upper body strength, flexibility and cardio. The word Vinyasa means “breath-synchronized movement.”

Through a dynamic practice of continuous movement, Vinyasa flow helps rid and flush the body of wastes and toxins, thus cleansing and purifying it. 

Designed for students of intermediate to advanced levels seeking a challenge. 

We also offer Warm Vinyasa for students who want the challenge of a Vinyasa flow, but in a less sweatier experience!

Hot Vinyasa Temperature 103-105F

Warm Vinyasa Temperature 93F


Warm Yoga


A great beginners introduction to Hatha Yoga. The postures are held a little longer and modifications are encouraged for students to ease into their yoga experience.


This class is for people who may be intimidated by the heat or those who need help with the proper alignment.

Yoga props such as blocks and straps are available to help students move into postures.  


The room is set at a warm temperature of ~93F


Yin Yoga

Yin Yoga is a beautiful, complex practice of long, passively held floor poses, is deeply nourishing and has myriad benefits for any yoga practitioner.

  • On a physical level, Yin enhances the natural range of motion in the joints. By keeping your muscles soft, you release deep layers of connective tissue, creating more ease in any style of yoga and in seated meditation.

  • On an energetic level, Yin enhances the flow of prana (life force) in the tissues around the joints, where energy often stagnates.

Yin Yoga trains you to become more comfortable with discomfort instead of becoming alarmed. It marries meditation and asana into a very deep practice.

For beginners through seasoned practitioners.


Restorative Yoga

Cultivate peace over your mind and body by harnessing the power of props.


Dive into a different side of your practice that will allow your joints, muscles and tendons to release tension and find the space that your body craves. Experience calm wash over your mind as the body learns to let go and relax. Experience peace through this practice of restorative yoga.