1.5 Hour Group Classes –


All Level Yoga (1.5 hour class)

This class combines gentle warm-ups, vinyasa flows, strengthening and stretching. It is appropriate for students familiar with the basics of yoga to those who are advanced. Our focus is to provide individualized attention to our students. Through the use of modifications or advancements, we provide our students the opportunity to experience each class at their own personal level of experience and comfort.

Intro to Yoga (1.5 hour class)

If you have never done yoga before, or need to get back into practice gently, this class is for you. In this beginner level class, you will learn all the basics needed to move into an All Level Yoga class with confidence. You will begin to feel firsthand the many benefits that yoga has to offer.

Prenatal Yoga (1.5 hour class)

Pregnancy is a time of immense joy and happiness, but it can also bring great challenges. Prenatal yoga helps to relieve stress on both the body and mind, with a practice tailored specifically for the changes that occur throughout the stages of pregnancy. It includes open discussions, breathing techniques, yoga postures, meditation and relaxation techniques that can help you throughout your pregnancy and during childbirth.
*Please contact us for more information and scheduling.

Gentle Yoga (1.5 hour class)

Our Gentle Yoga class is for those who need to stretch and strengthen tight or damaged muscles and joints with patience and care. In this slow and gentle practice, students learn to breathe more deeply, and connect the movements of the body to their breath. Through gentle guidance and the aid of chairs, bolsters, and other supportive props, students will gain an increased sense of freedom and well-being. This class is appropriate for seniors.

Aerial Yoga (1.5 hour class)

Aerial yoga incorporates many of the same yoga poses that you find in a regular yoga class with some additional benefits. The silks allow you to move deeper into stretches and strengthen your core and upper body as you lift and pull yourself through the various poses. The silks also allow you to experience a sense of weightlessness, or floating, in savasana. If you are new to yoga in general, we recommend that you take Intro to Yoga before trying Aerial Yoga, as it is an advancement to your yoga practice. If you are unsure if you are ready to take Aerial Yoga, please ask your yoga teacher.

If you have any of the any of the conditions listed below, it is not safe for you to participate in Aerial Yoga:

  • Glaucoma
  • Hypertension
  • Persons receiving anticoagulants or aspirin therapy
  • High or low blood pressure
  • History of stroke or heart conditions of any kind
  • Pregnancy
  • Epilepsy
  • Eye problems
  • Inner ear problems or Vertigo
  • Neck or back injuries/pain
  • Recent surgery
  • Propensity for fainting
  • Recent concussion or head injury
  • Botox (within the past 24 hours)
  • Obesity


1 Hour Group Classes –


Core Power Yoga (1 hour class)

For those who have mastered the basics of yoga and wish to be challenged with active flows, intense breath work, and more core work, this class will be appropriate. Each class is tailored to fit the needs of the individuals, bringing a deeper awareness of the mind/body connection.

Lunch Break Yoga (1 hour class)

A condensed version of our All Level Yoga class, for those that need a shorter class to fit their schedule.

Go Grounded Kids Yoga (1 hour class)

This class allows children to be children and gives them the opportunity to express themselves through the freedom of movement, in a safe and nurturing environment. It relieves stress, and encourages self-awareness and self-confidence, opening their hearts and minds to others. This class is appropriate for kids from 5-12 years of age. Teens may take adult yoga classes.

Happy Baby Yoga (1 hour class)

Once you are cleared to exercise again, bring your baby with you to this class and hold them while gently stretching and strengthening your body. You will work through various yoga poses while holding your baby and bonding with them through play. To safely participate in this class, babies must be old enough to hold their own head up, but not yet able to walk.

Pilates Mat Class (1 hour class)

Interested in strengthening your core, increasing your mobility, improving your coordination and control, and building long, lean muscles? If so, Pilates is for you. Our classical Pilates mat classes are taught to the level of the students in attendance. Whether you are a beginner or have been practicing Pilates for years, you will be challenged in this one-hour class.

*We can modify for most injuries. However, if you have a severe injury, such as herniated discs, we recommend you take Private Pilates sessions rather than a group mat class. If you are unsure if this class is appropriate for you, please contact us to discuss your injuries before signing up.

Kettlebells and Cardio (1 hour class)

This class utilizes kettlebells, ropes, and other props to give you a full-body workout that strengthens muscles, burns calories, and challenges your stamina. The interval training approach gives you a great cardiovascular workout, while keeping the class interesting. Whether you are looking to lose weight, build muscle, tone up, or are just bored with your current cardio routine, this class is for you.

*You must take at least one private session to learn the proper technique for utilizing kettlebells, before you can join this group class. This is for your own safety, as well as the safety of the others in the class. Please contact us to schedule your ‘Intro to Kettlebells’ private session.
**This class is for healthy bodies only. If you have an injury, it is not recommended that you use kettlebells, however, we will discuss this on case-by-case basis. Please contact us to discuss your options before you sign up for the ‘Intro to Kettlebells Session’.

Tower Class (1 hour class)

A full Intermediate Pilates class utilizing the Tower Apparatus (a.k.a. the wall unit). The Tower offers a system of springs and bars that provides you with resistance and assistance throughout a series of mat and apparatus exercises. Before being allowed to take this class, you must take a minimum of 5 private Pilates sessions and have an intermediate level of understanding a physical ability. This is for your safety and the safety of the others in the class.

Private Pilates Sessions

If you are new to Pilates, we recommend that you start with private sessions. The use of the Pilates apparatus, coupled with one-on-one instruction, has proven to be the safest and most effective way to introduce a client to Pilates. During this 55 minute session, your teacher will guide you through exercises on multiple apparatus (i.e. Reformer, Cadillac, Tower, Chairs) which will help you to feel and understand the Pilates technique, while giving you a challenging full-body workout that is tailored to your needs. The apparatus provides assistance to help you work each exercise more efficiently and correctly, while at the same time providing resistance to increase stamina and strength.

Some clients prefer to continue with private sessions long after they have progressed past the beginner exercises. However, once you have learned the basic principles of the Pilates method and are able to safely transition the apparatus on your own, you may move to semi-private sessions. Please discuss with your teacher if you are interested in moving to semi-privates.

Semi-private Pilates Sessions

A semi-private Pilates session is a 55 minute session on the apparatus, with one teacher and two to three clients. As in a private session, the workout is tailored to each client’s individual needs. Therefore, all clients may not be doing the same exercises at the same time. Before you can begin participating in semi-private sessions, you must have knowledge of the basic principles of the Pilates technique, as well as, experience with the apparatus so that you can safely transition between exercises without the help of a teacher.

Therapeutic Yoga

Therapeutic Yoga sessions are between 60 to 90 minutes long, and are tailored to the individual’s specific needs. Prior to the first session, a comprehensive intake form should be completed and any pertinent medical records will be requested. During the first session a physical assessment will be done and, working together, the teacher and student will define a plan of action. Each session may include yoga poses, breathing techniques, and meditation. At the end of class, the student will receive a personalized home practice. Each subsequent session will build on the one before, tearing down the blocks and moving toward greater health and wellness.

Intro to Kettlebells

Before you can take a group ‘Kettlebells and Cardio’ class, we require that you take one private Intro to Kettlebells session. This is for your own safety, as well as the safety of the others in the class. During this 55 min session, you will learn the basic terms and exercises, as well as, the proper technique for utilizing kettlebells in your workout.

Cancellation Policy –

We require a minimum of 24 hours notice to cancel or reschedule a Private/Semi-Private Pilates, Yoga, or Kettlebells session. Should you cancel within 24 hours of your appointment, you will be charged in full for the session.