• Schedule a Class Below






  • The studio opens 30 minutes before each class,
    except for the 5:45 am class when we open only 15 minutes before.


    26 postures done in sequential order designed to open the body up slowly and gradually. Your first set of the postures will help you bring more awareness and compassion to your body, so that second set is met with an open heart and gratitude allowing you to go beyond as you listen to what your body needs that day. Do what you can for today and never stop trying. Studio temperature 105 degrees.


    The same original Bikram Yoga method but this one is only 60 minutes! Some of the postures are only done once and some flow sequences are incorporated. No experience necessary, beginners welcome! Great if you are on the fly. This class is offered early mornings - sweat it out before your day starts. Studio temperature 105 degrees.


    Yoga sculpt has a strong focus on strength and intensity. Sculpt practice combines cardio and light hand weights. This sixty minute class has a mental and emotional focus that keeps you challenged. End class with a reflection and an awareness of your breath feeling grateful to start your day. Yoga Sculpt is an athletic yoga practice which combines body weight and light free weights with gentle cardio to build up your strength and endurance. Moves include a variety of bicep curls and squats while holding different postures. This class combines music that will keep you motivated in your practice. Studio temperature 85-90 degrees.


    Vinyasa means “putting together in a certain way”. Vinyasa Flow is a style of yoga characterized by the intentional stringing together of postures, in order to move from one to another, seamlessly with the breath. This mindful movement is normally accompanied by music, beginning and ending centering/grounding with breath work. Studio temperature 85 - 90 degrees.


    Yin Yoga is designed to help you sit and stay, longer and more comfortably, in meditation, by stretching the connective tissue around the joints (mainly the knees, pelvis, sacrum, and spine). A passive and slow practice, Yin Yoga involves variations of seated and supine poses typically held for 3 to 5 minutes, accessing deeper layers of fascia. Yin Yoga is beneficial for yogis and athletes, and for those new to yoga. Yin can be beneficial at any age and stage of life. It is also used to help recovery from injury and can help with emotional well being. Yin Yoga also helps to stimulate the lymphatic system. Yin Yoga is the yin to the yang practice. Studio temperature 70 degrees.