Guidelines for your first class

If you are new to yoga, you can find guidelines for your first class here.

1. Please arrive at least 20 minutes before class.

2. We provide mats and all props, so no need to bring your own.

3. Please make sure you do not eat 1 to 2 hours before class. If you need a snack, eat something light.

4. Wear comfortable clothes that allow free movement.

5. If you have any injuries, please let the teacher know ahead of time.

6. When you enter the studio, please take off your shoes.

7. Do not wear any perfume, take off jewelry before class begins and maybe bring a cozy sweater.

Breath in, breath out. Connect.

Types of yoga offered

There are many different styles of yoga, each one aiming to create an experience of union or wholeness. Different techniques are used to work with not only the physical body but also the subtler breath and mind. Most physical practices prepare the body and mind to become still. This stillness is the basis for greater self-knowledge and a more meaningful and joyous life.

All our yoga classes work with asanas (body postures), pranayama (breath work) and meditation (coming into a space of stillness). 

Flow & Restore

Flow & Restore style combines the movement of gentle Vinyasa with the deep relaxation of restorative. Perfect for people who want to feel the effects of a balanced yoga practice. By combining these two different styles into one practice, people are able to relax, learn breathing techniques and also move the body in a mindful gentle way.

Gentle Flow

Gentle yoga classes include movements done at a slow pace, breathing exercises; longer holds and resting poses in between smooth and slow flows. This practice is suitable for beginners or practitioners who need to slow down and be more present within. It balances the mind-body, and strengthens muscles and joints and improves flexibility.

Hatha Restorative

Hatha restorative style unites two different energies. The first half of the class you will flow through a slow-paced but dynamic practice. The second half you will balance this dynamic energy with more resting, restorative postures usually using props for comfort support. This practice is suitable for beginners who want to go deeper in their connection with their bodies. Also suitable for anyone looking to slow down, restore and reset.

Vin to Yin

Vin to Yin blends the yang elements of an active Vinyasa practice with the soothing, restorative benefits of Yin yoga.

The first half of the class is a warm, gentle stretch that will transition to a flowing practice, moving with your breath through various poses in a flow-like
sequence. The second half of the class is a yoga practice in which you hold poses for 2–5 minutes. This deep stretch is relaxing and will target deep connective and fascial tissue, increasing your flexibility and resetting your mind. Vin to Yin Yoga combines the best of two worlds. This class also introduces breathing techniques and short meditations to create a deeper, more subtle experience of this practice.

Vinyasa Flow

Vinyasa Flow is a high-powered style of yoga characterized by stringing postures together so that you move from one-to-another, seamlessly, using
breath. We flow and evolve throughout the practice, building strength, resilience and flexibility. Suitable for intermediate and advance practitioners. Get ready to get warm and sweaty!

Hatha Vinyasa

Hatha Vinyasa yoga is a beautiful combination between two different styles. Hatha is a slow-paced practice where you hold postures for a few breaths.
Vinyasa is a breath-synchronized faster practice where you link movement with smooth transitions and breath. In this practice we unify opposing forces, which bring together the body and mind through force, determined strength and effort.


Yin yoga class is a slow-paced practice where we hold postures from 2 to 5 minutes in order to induce deep relaxation of our nervous system. Our main
target is to work and stretch the connective tissue, which is found in nearly every structure of the body, where we tend to hold habitual stress and tension.
We can use props if needed and it’s suitable for anyone looking for extensive relaxation and profound meditation. The three principle laws here are: find your edge, find stillness and let time flow.

Yin / Yang

Yin Yang yoga blends two styles of yoga into one practice. It brings together the benefits of passively holding poses with more dynamic sequences and
standing postures. Yin is more internal, passive, cooling and downward. Yang is more external,
dynamic, warming and upward. For a balanced yoga practice, we need both energies, the Yin and the Yang.


Hatha yoga is a slow-paced practice where poses are held for a few breaths. This practice may also include breathing techniques in order to activate and move the pranic (energetical) body. It builds up muscle strength for joint support, improves flexibility and mobility. Calms the mind, creates space in the
body and gives you the opportunity for spiritual growth.

Hatha Yoga is about finding balance. In Sanskrit “Ha” represents Sun and “Tha” represents moon. This eludes to the opposites in our lives, such as Yin and Yang, light and darkness, hard and soft, vigorous and gentle. It is a great practice for beginners or if you want to deepen your practice and become more familiar with yoga poses.

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