Class Schedule & Descriptions

Weekly Class Schedule

Classes are located at The Ave ($10/Class, $90/10 Classes) unless otherwise noted.

You’re welcome to “drop in” to a class any time!

Monday

8:45 – 9:45am – Hatha I

Tuesday

7:30 – 8:30am – Hatha II

8:45 – 9:45am – Yoga Basics

Wednesday

8:45 – 9:45am – Hatha I

5:30 – 6:30pm — NEW TIME! Happy Hour Yoga (The Yoga Garden)

6:45 – 7:45pm — NEW! Yoga Basics (The Yoga Garden)

Thursday

7:30 – 8:30am – Hatha II

8:45 – 9:45am – Yoga Basics

5:00- 6:00pm – Hatha I (St. Peter’s Lutheran Church)

Friday (The Yoga Garden, $12 Drop-In)

8:45 – 9:45am – Yoga Basics

10:00 – 11:00am – Slow Flow

Class Descriptions

YOGA BASICS

Just starting out? OR seeking a gentle / recovery day practice? Practice traditional postures and pranayama (breathwork) to move your body with intelligence and ease. Plenty of time to explore poses, ask questions, and make your practice your own. Class culminates with systematic relaxation to calm the nervous system, followed by a 3-5 minute guided meditation.

HAPPY HOUR YOGA

You made it to Wednesday! Celebrate with Happy Hour Yoga — 30 minutes of standing poses / slow flow, 15 minutes of seated poses, and 15 minutes of one or a combination of: breathwork, restorative poses, seated meditation, or a long Savasana with guided relaxation. Treat yourself to a midweek break!

HATHA I

Hatha combines mindful asana (postures), pranayama, and a finishing guided relaxation. In general, traditional “Hatha” classes tend to move at a steady, intentional pace. We focus on the breath and hold poses a little longer than in a flow style class. Hatha yoga is well-suited for beginners because it gives the student more time to investigate what the pose requires. That said, Hatha is also perfect for more advanced students — holding postures longer is an incredible way to build strength and focus. Small class size ensures a personalized experience.

SLOW FLOW

Rooted in Hatha philosophy and practice, Slow Flow is a gentle yet powerful practice focused on holding poses while integrating breath. Excellent for both beginners and long-time practitioners, join me at The Yoga Garden to move, stretch, decompress, and reduce stress.

HATHA II

Experience a deeper focus and connection in your practice as you hold poses a little longer and become more graceful in challenging poses. Hatha II classes will help you build a strong foundation both physically and energetically so that your poses become light, full of ease, and contain more power. This class will also use pranayama to strengthen the nervous system and balance the emotions providing a gateway to the more subtle realms of yoga.