Yoga Services

Purify your mind and body by joining one of our Yoga classes.  We offer traditional Yoga, Vinyasa Yoga, Power Yoga and Personal Yoga.  To join contact us by clicking on the button below or give us a call.


Free your mind, body and soul by signing up for one of our Yoga classes. 

Vinyasa Yoga

Vinyasa is a type of yoga that links movement and breath to attain balance in the mind and body. From the Sanskrit “to place in a special way,” vinyasa aligns a deliberate sequence of poses with the breath to achieve a continuous flow. Inhalation is usually connected to upward, open movements, while exhalation is often tied to downward movements or twists. Vinyasa is often thought of as just one of many yoga types. Some people, however, see it as more essential to one’s practice. Without it, they feel the practitioner is merely doing stretches without great health benefits. Regardless of your perspective, the term, vinyasa, has come to encompass a range of general and specific definitions. As a category of yoga, vinyasa includes, but is not limited to, Power yoga, Baptiste yoga, Ashtanga, Jivamukti, and Prana Flow. Because vinyasa practice puts a strong focus on sun salutations, most vinyasa classes will focus heavily on this sequence. In fact, “Take a vinyasa” or “Go through your vinyasa” has become shorthand for completing a sequence of poses leading from the Sun Salutation, and including plank, chaturanga dandasana, upward-facing dog, and downward-facing dog. The continuous movement of vinyasa reflects the impermanence of all forms and the necessity of accepting change to achieve balance and completeness.

Power Yoga

Power yoga is a Western style of yoga. Though each class is different based of the instructor’s approach, the classes typically move quickly through the poses and each pose is held for only three to five breaths. Quote from Chera the teacher for this class, “Power Yoga, powerful movement, linking breath, cultivating strength, focus, and endurance.”

Personal Yoga

During a personal yoga session, clients are given a postural assessment. Together, we will develop a written plan and take the time to practice or to be stretched.

Thai Yoga Massage Treatment

Thai massage is a traditional healing practice that incorporates the use of the therapist’s hands, feet, knees, and legs to guide the practitioner into stretches and postures inspired by yoga with the intention of applying centralized pressure to joints and muscles, relieving stress and pain, increasing energy, mobility in the joints, and circulation.