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Gentle/Beginner Class If you have not taken a yoga class, have little experience with yoga or simply want to enjoy a gentle practice, this class is perfect for you. One hour class includes yogic breathing, meditation, asanas (yoga postures) and relaxation.

Slow Flow By moving in a very slow continuous movement you build strength, metabolism and flexibility. The emphasis on slowly transitioning between poses, linked with the breathe trains the mind to be present, taking your awareness deeper. A familiarity with yoga poses will make the class more beneficial to you.

Strength and Balance Bring strength & balance to both your body and your mind in this class. Starting off slowly and building towards positions that help build strength, focus and balance. And then winding down with a restorative savasana. This class runs from 60 to 75 minutes and if you're looking to building on your practice this is a great way to start.

Vinyasa Flow A peaceful, yet vigorous, vinyasa yoga practice that focuses on flowing through basic poses, maintaining them with proper alignment, moving with the breath and finding stillness in the postures. A traditional Hatha yoga class combined with elements of Zen Buddhism. All levels welcome.

Revitalize and Restore with Reiki In this class we will work on finding our balance and stability while warming up and stretching our muscles. We will spend the second part of the class restoring our minds and bodies in relaxing, therapeutic poses that will activate the parasympathetic nervous system, facilitating peace and stillness. Each class will end with the healing art of Reiki. Beginner friendly and all levels are welcome.

Evening Flow This class is designed to move your body, burn off stress and excess energy from the day and help you enjoy the quiet stillness as you prepare for your evening. The class will end with a short Reiki healing. All levels of practice are welcome.

Journey Through Asanas (postures) & Breath Work (pranayama) In this Hatha Yoga class, we will focus on our breath and how we use our bodies as we enter into each asana (posture). With proper alignment and Yogic breath, we will generate core strength, stretching, flexibility, and balance of body and mind. The use of Dirgha (Complete Breath), Ujjayi (Ocean Breath), and Kapalabhati (Shining Skull Breath) as we enter and hold each asana (posture), has the benefit of calming the body and relaxing the mind, followed by guided meditation (dyana), and final relaxation (savasana). This class offers a great way to center and ground each student, while honoring and moving your body, and is open to all levels.

Mixed Level This class connects your breath to your movement, opening your mind, body and spirit to the flow of grace. You can expect sun salutations to warm up the large muscle groups to increase strength and flexibility. Expect to be challenged yet nurtured while discovering your unique edge. This class will teach proper alignment to keep you safe in your body while working the areas each pose is intended to work. Seeking perfection leads to suffering and disappointment, embrace your imperfections as you flow with your unique breath to express your true self. Open to all levels, modifications will be offered.

Restorative yoga is a very slow form of yoga. Holding less asanas for longer periods of time while allowing our bodies and minds to rest, relax, and melt into the present moment. Students may want to bring blankets, bolsters and pillows to enhance their experience. Adding the crystal singing bowls to this class adds an extra level of healing, as the frequencies of the bowls aid our bodies into a restful state. Allowing our bodies space to heal. All levels of practice are welcome.

Active Restorative is a mix of Restorative and basic Hatha Yoga. Begin the practice with gentle restorative stretches that can be held for up to 60-seconds. Slowly transition into a mild flow, which may include various Warrior sequences, lunges and more. Toward the end of the practice, take a transition back to a gentle restorative flow and will move into Savasana or a light meditation.

Yin Yoga The essence of Yin Yoga is surrender. Yin Yoga is a practice of long-held floor poses that gently stretches the deep connective tissues of the body and also restores energy and calms the nervous system. These tissues house the meridians, or energy pathways in the subtle body and stretching these tissues not only restores joint mobility but accesses and encourages the "chi" or life force to flow freely. Pure Bliss.

Yoga Barre Fusion This unique class seamlessly blends the practices of yoga asana, mat Pilates and ballet barre exercises. By integrating yoga’s mindfulness, Pilates’ strengthening, and ballet’s poise, you’ll not only receive a workout but also a work-in where emphasis remains on cultivating a holistic sense of well being. This class is suitable for individuals of all fitness levels and will leave you feeling invigorated, balances, and empowered.

Sunrise Flow
This early morning flow is both energetic for the body & mind and a great way to start your day. This is a powerful dynamic vinyasa flow where students fluidly move from one pose to the next while connecting their breathing to each movement.

Chair Yoga is a perfect non weight bearing movement practice for those looking to improve posture, increase flexibility, and improve balance. Chair yoga allows individuals the same mindful nature of yoga by allowing you to focus on how your body feels when in movement while taking deep breaths to maintain focus. If you are gentle with your movements, you can gradually increase intensity after a few sessions.

Postpartum and Baby Yoga is designed to support postpartum recovery and the transition into motherhood. This style of class will offer poses that build strength and promote recovery, breathing practices to help ground, and mindful meditation to support healing, relaxation, and connection. Mothers can bring their babies for an experience that incorporates yoga and bonding with the baby. We will practice baby massage techniques as well as some gentle baby yoga poses and stretches. Class ends with some free play and time to chat and connect with each other while our little ones play or snooze.

Yoga Etiquette

Welcome Yoga Students:

Please arrive 10 minutes prior to class, remove shoes prior to entering.

Turn off your cell phone or leave it in the car.

Please enter quietly and respectfully.
Allow yourself the opportunity to begin to relax and go within by sitting quietly on your mat
while waiting for class to begin.

If you arrive late, please be respective to those around you who have already begun their practice.

Please notify your teacher if you have any health conditions/concerns.

Honor your body and enjoy your practice!

Individual
Class Prices
$14.00 drop in fee
60 Minute
Class Cards
4 class $ 48.00
6 class $ 72.00
10 class $120.00
Class Cards are non-refunable, non-transferable & non-shareable.

Classes are available year-round. Be sure to check out our monthly schedules.


Class Fees and Workshops are payable by either cash or check made payable to The Yoga Loft. Sorry … no credit cards.

We are also able to accept Venmo payments for Workshops and Class Cards only.

Please include the name of the workshop that you will be attending.
Workshop Information.

To maintain the integrity of a series, there are no make-up classes or credits offered for missed classes.