• Intermediate Yoga

    These eclectic classes may challenge your strength, balance, and flexibility and include challenging poses, inversions and sequences. Modification and alignment assists are shared and students are encouraged to listen to their bodies. Classes will include asanas, breath work and meditation. We recommend that you have at least six months to a year of yoga experience and have knowledge of yoga poses.
  • Gentle Yoga

    Gentle yoga focuses on making yoga accessible especially for those living with low back issues.  The class integrates Viniyoga sequences that have been studied by the National Institutes of Health and improve back health and functioning.  It's appropriate for those living with mild to moderate back pain.  Additionally, it focuses on asanas (poses) that support core strength, balance and deep restoration.  The class also introduces students to Pranayama (breath work) and Dhyana (meditation) practice.
  • Level 1-2

    This balanced class will take students through a creative blend of poses offering variations along the way for all bodies. We will work on actions from the inside as a blueprint for our outer alignment. The classes will give foundational cues for toning, lengthening and breathwork that will naturally build strength and add depth to the practice.
  • Vinyasa Flow

    Vinyasa flow classes emphasize flowing with breath through engaged asana. Flow classes combine elements from various yoga styles. Often taught to music, these classes are best suited to students with a basic knowledge of the postures who enjoy a vigorous practice. Students can expect to work on improving strength, flexibility, and balance.
  • Chi Ball

    Stimulates cardiovascular system, engages core, tones, and stretches the full-body. This class induces calmness of mind and body through deep breathing, visualization, and meditation., and combines Tai Chi, Yoga, Pilates, and Qi Gong principles into fluid movements using a Chi Ball. Chi Balls provided.
  • Yasodhara Hatha

    Yasodhara Hatha Yoga  YHY is a gentle, compassionate, student-centered yoga that meets students wherever they are. YHY focuses on self-discovery and nurtures the whole person – body, mind and spirit. Yasodhara Yoga has its origins in the Saraswati lineage from Rishikesh, India and was brought to the west by Swami Radha, founder of the Yasodhara Ashram on Lake Kootenay, British Columbia.      
  • Yasodhara Hidden Languages Hatha

    The yoga of inner discovery. Students explore the metaphor and symbols hidden in the asanas and how they relate to their lives. Each class focuses on a different asana and takes it deeper and deeper. Bring a journal and pen to this spacious reflective yoga.
  • Pop up Saturday Vinyasa

    Start your Saturday off right with this heat-building practice designed to get a full-body stretch and strengthening in. This class will be set to music. Students should have familiarity with the basic asanas as limited instruction will be offered.