CLASS LEVELS

To help orient you to find class that best suits your needs!

Basics:  

The basics and fundamentals of yoga poses are introduced in these classes. Learn the process of proper asana alignment, breathing techniques, the use of props, and build confidence in your yoga postures. These classes are designed for both students with no experience as well as the seasoned practitioner. hands on guidance from certified teachers is encouraged in these classes.

Level 1-2

These more challenging classes continue to build on poses that are the fundamentals of yoga requiring a bit more strength, flexibility, and balance. These classes assume some yoga knowledge and experience, and/or the willingness to learn as you.  Here we continue to show modifications and prop use to ensure more difficult postures and sequences are practiced safely and effectively.

Level 2

Building on the foundation of proper alignment, poses are linked together with the breath while building strength, stamina and flexibility. Classes generally have a flow and rhythm to encourage the evolution of one's practice as moving meditation. They are more vigorous and challenging to help engender mind/body vitality. Level 2 classes start to introduce more advanced poses to help take your practice to a new level.

Level 2-3

2/3 classes assume that students are familiar with intermediate yoga postures and are designed to enhance your intermediate practice. Poses may be held longer and you will learn to explore advanced poses more physically demanding while incorporating new sequences and variation. Classes are designed to push your practice towards deeper asana mastery + test your stamina.  Typically, the pace of these classes are faster. 

Level 3 +

For advanced yogis that need no demonstration of poses, these classes will be mostly advanced poses and have a vigorous pace. for the practitioner with many years of  yoga study and an excellent degree of yoga knowledge, stamina and flexibility. Level 3 classes are great for self-directed students looking for the highest degree of difficulty.