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class details

What to bring to class: 

  • Yoga mat (if you cannot arrange this please let me know)

  • Water bottle 

  • An open mind

  • Signed Liability Waiver (can be found under the "Form" tab in the menu bar)

  • Payment: cash, check or Venmo

  • Optional: yoga blocks, sweat towel, yoga strap, journal 

Please don't hesitate to reach out with any questions or concerns. I am here to support you on this journey.


I look forward to seeing you in class! 

styles of yoga

Hatha Yoga

A slower paced practice with focus on breath, controlled movements and stretching. Movements will be held longer and more emphasis will be put on alignment, strength and mindfulness as you move from each posture. Great for beginners!




Increase a low mood 

Decrease stress responses 

Increase flexibility and balance

Improve mindfulness

Vinyasa Yoga

A quicker paced practice that focuses on connecting breath to movement. You will experience a variety of postures stringed together to create a sequence. Each set of movement is separated by an optional "flow" (examples: chaturanga, ashtanga pranam, childs pose, plank, or table top to down dog). 


Increase cardio endurance

Improve strength and muscle tone

Increase awareness and mindfulness as you move smoothly between poses 

Restorative Yoga

Extremely slow practice with less movements and more deep breathing, stillness, silence or thought provoking prompts. Often holding posture for 1 to 5 minutes with the help of props (example: blocks, bolsters, pillows, blankets). Emphasis on passive/relaxed holds. Great for winding down at the end of the day. 



Increase awareness of thoughts

Decrease stress levels

Improve sleep and digestion

 Helps access meditative state

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