Integral Yoga classes
Please bring a towel or mat and wear comfortable clothing for your class.
Drop-in Hatha Yoga classes are $14 each.
Seniors, students, and first-timers: $10.
A traditional Hatha Yoga class taught by our new teachers. By donation. Great
for beginners or continuing students.
A by-donation class which leads you through an extended Yoga Nidra, a
full-body guided meditation of relaxation of body, mind, and spirit.
This class is appropriate for anyone new to yoga, seniors, and people with
injuries, disabilities or illnesses – or anyone who wants a more gentle
experience. We will follow the basic Integral Yoga format of poses, relaxation,
breathing, and meditation, but modifications to the basic poses are offered.
For students interested in the traditional yoga class. A comprehensive,
balanced class with a steady flow, relaxation between poses, and guided
instruction throughout. First-time students are welcome.
For students interested in exploring a transition from Level I to Level II.
New poses will be introduced, and others will be held longer to deepen the
experience. Students attending this class should be comfortable with Integral
Yoga Level I and have some knowledge of Sanskrit names of poses. Great for
For students who are experienced with the Integral Yoga class format and are
ready to move at a faster pace. New poses, including peacock (mayurasana) and
headstand (shirshasana), and purification techniques (kriya) will be introduced.
This class has less instruction and less relaxation between poses; poses are held
longer for an experience at a deeper level.
For more experienced students who are comfortable with the Level II classes
and are able to maintain a rigorous practice. New and more difficult poses will
be introduced and poses will be held longer, including regular inversions and
more advanced breathing exercises. Not for those new to Level II.
Free and open to all. Join us for meditation, which includes chanting,
breathing exercises and sitting in silence.
This class focuses on relaxation and stress-reduction. Supported poses will be
used to lead into a quiet, inward experience. No experience necessary.
Yin Yoga targets the connective
tissues, such as the ligaments, bones, and even the joints of the body
that normally are not exercised very much in the more active,
Yang, styles of yoga.
Please be on time!|
more than 10 minutes
late for classes
will not be admitted.