Our new FALL 2015 SCHEDULE is here!
We now have 48 Yoga classes to choose from each week. And stay tuned for an expanded meditation schedule coming up, including a three class series perfect for beginners and experienced practitioners! Always view the schedule in real time here. Read about the new additions below… Hope to see you on a mat real soon. Namaste.
p.s. The Yearly Unlimited Class Package is on sale now and only though September 15th for $1680. It includes 4 guest passes and will not be available again until next summer.
Here’s the new stuff to know!
Kripalu Yoga and Meditation classes with Jeff:
Mondays Gentle @ 9:30am
Tuesdays Slow Flow @ 4pm & Meditation @ 5pm
Wednesdays Gentle @ 9:30am
Thursdays Slow Flow @ 11am
Fridays Gentle @ 9:30am
Mondays @ 7:15pm ~ Time Change
“My classes are sweet (and sweaty!) and cultivate the process of finding and/or strengthening self awareness and belonging through each breath.”
Tuesdays @ 5:45pm
“I draw from my vast knowledge of the anatomical and spiritual bodies, utilizing my education in nutrition, Reiki, meditation, and yoga to teach classes that are cohesive and thoughtful.
My classes are all about getting real and giving it all.”
Wednesdays @ 12:30 – 1:30pm
“Utilizing the best attributes of both Boxing and Yoga, B-Yoga will challenge you in a safe and effective way.
B-Yoga, gives you the space to accept the warrior within and the tools to control your physical expression in safe and nurturing environment.”
Yin Yoga ~ New
Wednesdays @ 4pm
A slower paced practice with longer holds. Yin Yoga nourishes the large joints by relaxing the connective tissue and muscles around the joints. This class is therapeutic and deep.
New Beginners Yoga with Michelle O’Brien
Thursdays @ 6:30pm
“Michelle’s flow classes focus on the use of breath to find space and depth in postures. She emphasizes proper alignment and smart sequencing to eases her students into transformative spaces.”
Night Owl Yoga
Thursdays @ 8:30pm
Breathe. Relax. Feel. Observe. Allow yourself to unwind. This class is open level, with the primary goal of adapting to students’ level of energy and requests.