Iyengar Yoga

This class is perfect for those seeking a less vigorous yoga practice or for people suffering or recovering from an accident, surgery, or chronic illness. Each session incorporates stretching exercises to help improve posture, flexibility, balance, coordination, and relaxation. Expect a generous use of props. Click for schedule

Gentle or Ageless Yoga

Unnata (or aerial Yoga) employs the use of a Yoga Swing suspended with straps from a metal beam secured in the ceiling. Yoga Kurunta students use a rope wall from which they are supported in various poses. Both Unata and Kurunta Yoga enable poses that are difficult due to age, stiffness, injury or fear.  

Unnata or Kurunta Yoga

Restorative Yoga is a meditative practice designed to relax the body, calm the nerves and still the mind. This class features soothing, quieting, supported poses to release tension and increase circulation of blood to key organs. Fewer poses are held for a longer time with the support of numerous props. 

Restorative Yoga

Iyengar Yoga emphasizes precision and alignment and develops flexibility, strength, balance and endurance. Poses are typically held longer than in other schools of yoga. Props—such as belts, chairs, blocks, blankets—are used to accommodate special needs, prevent injury and make poses accessible to all. All Iyengar yoga instructors undergo years of rigorous training for certification. 

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