yoga classes

My mission is to deepen one’s yoga practice by finding rooted mental & physical connections. By achieving balance to improve one’s overall health, wellness, and physical levels. Yoga compliments other athletic activities such as cycling, swimming, weightlifting, bodybuilding, MMA, triathlons, or just to relieve everyday mind & body stress. I make sure to keep the class small and intimate so I can provide the most detailed attention & interaction to each person. So space is limited. Check out below the different styles of yoga I teach weekly.

See which type of class best fits your needs & explore new ones!  We’ve created new class packages so you can have variety at an affordable price!

Ashtanga Vinyasa- 

This dynamic, physically demanding practice synchronizes breath and movement to produce an internal heat designed to purify the body. Ashtanga yoga, with its many vinyasas, is great for building core strength and toning the body. Prepare to sweat as you briskly move through a set sequence. Ashtanga Yoga was founded K. Pattabhi Jois.


A series of yogaposes creatively sequenced to fulfill your bodies needs to awaken the senses. Each movement is one inhale and one exhale. A natural flow that will warm up and brighten your awareness of the inner body, increase stamina, strengthen muscles, and improves flexibility as well as stress reduction. Find freedom through this mind-body practice.

Yoga Fusion-

A creative vinyasa flow fused together with Barre/ Pilates/ MMA/ and other dance moves that will definitely get you in touch with your creative being!


A more grounded and sensual vinyasa practice, students are guided through a series of poses with eyes closed or soft, to enhance a higher awareness of their body, breath, and movement; heightening all other senses besides sight. Sundown vinyasa is a very relaxing practice that still challenges balance and other senses to flow with conscious control.

HII-FLOW  Yoga (High-Intensity Interval-Flow) & Power Vinyasa Yoga- 

Both are fitness based vinyasa (flow; series of poses) practices that incorporate a high-intensity flow of yoga poses that are created specifically to connect breath to movement, enhance a deeper connection between mind and body, increase flexibility and range of motion, relieve tension and stress and of course to burn fat, sculpt, tone, and lengthen muscles. (Glutes, Legs, Abs, Arms, Shoulders, Back, and Chest….) Students will move to cardio pumping, heart rate lifting music. HII FLOW is a more interval based yoga flow with familiar workouts infused into the flows. The use of hand weights, resistance bands, and other props are used to increase the intensity of your practice. Both are truly physically demanding practices & the rewards are even greater!

Yin Yoga-

This practice is designed to help you sit longer, and more comfortably, in meditation by stretching connective tissue around the joints (mainly the knees, pelvis, sacrum, and spine). A passive practice, Yin Yoga involves variations of seated and supine poses typically held for 3 to 5 minutes, accessing deeper layers of fascia. Yin Yoga was originally introduced by Paulie Zink.

Restorative Yoga-

A restorative yoga sequence typically involves only five or six poses, supported by props that allow you to completely relax and rest. Held for 5 minutes or more, restorative poses include light twists, seated forward folds, and gentle backbends. Most restorative practices are based on the teachings of B.K.S. Iyengar.

Meditation“mindfulness” practice- 

There is a variety of meditation techniques to help the instructor access
a deeper level of consciousness and experience impermanence. In classical vipassana, a 2,500-year-old Buddhist tradition, you
first focus on breath awareness. Insight may come naturally, once you’ve calmed the mind, or you can add advanced techniques that involve
dissecting arguments and concepts and using props. Each meditation session will depend on the students’ intentions for their practice. (Finding peace, releasing past trauma, calming the mind, loving kindness, and more.

Yoga Nidra(yogic sleep)-

 Is a state of consciousness between waking and sleeping, It is a state in which the body is completely relaxed, and the practitioner becomes systematically and increasingly aware of the inner world by following a set guided instructions. It is different than meditation because there is no single bit of focus required. Yoga Nidra is among the deepest possible states of relaxation while still maintaining full consciousness.

*The practice of yoga relaxation has been found to reduce tension and anxiety. The autonomic symptoms of high anxiety, giddiness, headaches, chest pain, palpitations, sweating and abdominal pain respond well. It has been used to help soldiers from war cope with PTSD.

Couples Yoga-

Can use almost every style above, Couples yoga is about nonverbal communication between your body and your partner’s body. Sharing your practice with one another is a wholesome way to relate to your partner.Couples will have need absolute trust and constant contact with their bodies to work together to enhance breathing, stretching, holding, and balancing type of body mechanics to get through their strength practices. Very fun and can be done with anyone. Just pick a partner!