Class Descriptions

Candlelight Yoga

Taught by Mollee Sheehan, Candlelight Yoga is a slow flowing class with an emphasis on breath. It's designed to shake off the day's stress, stretch your body, and relax you. This class ends with a guided meditation making it the perfect evening class to get you ready for a good night's sleep. 

Forrest Yoga

Forrest Yoga (FY) is a style of heated yoga created by Ana Forrest to address modern physical ailments, such as tight shoulders and necks. Every class is unique and contains a mix of breath work, abdominal exercises, and held or flowing standing poses. It is a physically challenging and internally-focused style. Forrest Yoga teaches you how to breathe deeply, connect to your core, and build strength, all while playfully exploring physical, emotional, and spiritual edges.  ​​

Mid-Day Namaste

Make a lunch date with your yoga mat on Tuesdays! De-stress and re-focus while getting your yoga fix during the lunch hour. This all-levels 45-minute yoga sequence will help create balance in the body and mind, and of course, connect with and honor the light within us all.


Qigong is an ancient Chinese health care system that integrates phsyical postures, breathing techniques, and focused intention. Qigong practices can be classified as martial, medical, or spiritual. All styles involve a posture, breathing techniques, and mental focus. The slow gentle movements of most Qigong forms can be easily adapted, even for the physically challenged and can be practiced by all age groups. More info.

Vinyasa Flow

Vinyasa classes use a variety of flowing postures and breath work to cultivate balance, flexibility, strength, and endurance. All Levels classes are open to beginners as well as the experienced yoga student. Please note: if you have specific injuries, talk to your teacher beforehand to learn if this is the class for you.

Yin Yoga

Yin yoga is often described as the other half of a yoga practice with its long held seated poses. A Yin Practice benefits the physical body by freeing up the tight connective tissue capsules that form around the muscles and joints, keeping the body feeling young. The psychological and emotional benefits of a Yin Practice are enormously healing for the entire wellbeing of the practitioner. The long holds in a single still Yin posture becomes a time of inner reflection, meditation and peace. The nervous system is calmed, the mind stilled, and in this state the body returns to its natural healthy rhythm.