Category Archives: Class descriptions

Seniors/Beginners yoga


This is a gentle Hatha. Moving at a slower pace with full awareness. Focus is on rhythmic movements creating circulation and flow in the body, pranayama breathing, meditation, lengthening and taking time to stretch out the muscles.Perfect for beginners, anyone rehabilitating from an injury or ages over 65.

Core Strength


This class will give you a better understanding of how yoga addresses core strength and stability. We will be taking a deeper approach to the relationship between abdominal and back, which includes hips, pelvis, sacrum and spine. Experience the classical hatha yoga system by incorporating physical, mental and spiritual needs. This will help you find balance on and off your mat. Bringing awareness to the core will not only rehabilitate back injuries, it will develop a healthy posture as well as physical stamina and mental clarity.



A traditional form of yoga incorporating breath, balance, and body awareness. Utilizing physical postures (asana), pranayama (breath control) and meditation to create space and flow within the nadis (channels) in the body. Holding postures focusing on strengthening weak areas and lengthening tight areas * All levels welcome*

Yogi cubs


This is a great class if you are between the ages of 3-8 and want explore, to be playful and express yourself using animal sounds and animated movements…exploring your imagination as well as self expression through body movement, helping balance and breathing. Yogi Bears ages 6-11 (learning more alignment and proper posturing than the cubs)


Handstand Niagara

It embodies the qualities of “Purity, a state of harmony, balance, joy, wisdom and intelligence”Sattva is one of the 3 gunas in Ayurvedic Medicine. It is the more balanced guna. When practicing Yoga with full awareness using the Integrative action lines within the body and balancing breath, body and mind it enables you to find that liberation and bliss and maintain it throughout your life. This style of practice integrates a lot more pranayama and meditation as well as the asana sequencing to balance the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual.