If you're interested in either public classes or a private session, but are unsure of the different types and what would be best for you, this page covers the different styles of yoga I offer. Once you know which you'd want to sign up for, use the buttons below to book your session.
Flow or Vinyasa is a style of yoga that unites breath with movement, linking poses together with the breath.
My slow flow classes are paced to invite a mindful awareness of the transitions from one pose to the next.
Expect to build strength through standing poses, sun salutations, lunges, inversions & opportunities to challenge yourself if you choose.
Strong focus on breathing as we link movements in sync with the breath, helps keep you focused and initiating your movements from within.
I encourage students to work with an appreciation for the body they're in today, which might feel different that than the last time they stepped onto the mat.
A peaceful savasana at the end is always on the menu.
Slower paced, alignment focused poses with awareness to breath, mind and physical sensation.
Expect longer-held postures with the occasional slow-flowing sequence. Emphasized attention to alignment, anatomy, physical awareness and breath control. Detailed instruction will help you move deeper into your practice over time. Ideal for new students and experienced yogis desiring more specific instruction, and those
You'll enhance clarity, focus, stamina, physical & mental strength & confidence.
Remember, the poses are about self empowerment, not what they look like.
Deep Dives are extended, 90-minute slow flow yoga classes that are uniquely themed and attuned to the season; inviting you to explore deepening your yoga practice and connecting to community.
Pranayama, guided meditation, chanting, and intention setting create a truly individual and felt experience for students age 16 and up.
Community is what makes these classes so, so special! I lovingly prepare a nutritious, scrumptious, vegetarian lunch that we enjoy together after our deep work.
It's lovely to share a meal in community, connecting with friends, neighbors & familiar faces.
My prenatal classes serve to grow and nurture a community of wise pregnant women in the early to late stages of pregnancy.
I craft specially designed yoga sequences designed to build strength, flexibility, and stamina for birth and beyond; and teach body awareness, empowerment, strengthening, lengthening, connecting to your baby, and listening to your inner-wisdom.
My classes include breath-work and guided meditation to help reduce anxiety and fear and to facilitate a more easeful labor.
Postnatal Yoga is for new moms, partners, and babies up to the crawler stage.
Continuing to build upon, or create anew, a caring, supportive, non-judgemental community of folks supporting one other through shared wisdom in the postpartum year.
Specially crafted yoga sequences focus on flowing movement, breath (for overall, but especially for pelvic floor health) and special focus and awareness to building back strength from the inside out.
I focus on pelvic floor health, upper and lower back health, posture, lifting, carrying and feeding tips, self-empowerment, self-care, and relaxation.
A gentle, slow, still style of yoga that involves long, passive holds using props like blankets and bolsters, for deep constructive rest, in a series of 4-6 restful poses. The result is a feeling of total relaxation and release.
Yin yoga targets the deepest tissues of the body, our connective tissues - ligaments, joints, bones, and the deep fascia networks of the body - rather than the muscles (which are the physical focus of Yang yoga practices).
Energetically, Yin yoga improves the energy flow, enhancing the flow of chi in the organs. To be healthy, we need healthy organs as well as healthy muscles. Yin yoga also offers wonderful emotional and mental health benefits.
This 8 or 10 week series for teens ages 13-17 and tweens ages 10-12 offers the gifts of mindfulness, breathing, and movement to young people in a fun, casual open atmosphere.
My aim is to put kids at ease and help them find their inner strengths through the practice.
Teens have told me again and again how much yoga has helped them manage their stress in more healthy ways.
Starting this practice early, I hope to help kids grow into resilient, joyful adults.