Levels & Styles




Vinyasa Flow -  is an emphasis on the connection between movement and breath. Vinyasa Flow is a dynamic practice full of stretchy and strengthening positions. The teacher will guide you through a sequence with a focus on the connection between the body and the breath and it'll definitely make you sweat! You can expect a strong, well-rounded practice with plenty of challenging asanas.

Rocket Yoga -  developed by Larry Schultz in San Francisco, The Rocket is known for being fun, fast, and encouraging students to lift up and fly. Rocket yoga encourages the practitioner to let go of fear and embrace the fact that you are stronger than you think you are. 

The Rocket Yoga sequences are a series of postures based on a modification of the traditional Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga primary and intermediate series. This allows the Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga method to be accessible to everyone who is willing to try.

Yin Yoga -  is a slower-paced, more meditative version of the practice. In our Yin classes, the poses are held for a longer period of time (typically three to five minutes or longer) to focus on deeper connective tissue. The asanas are more passive holds, with little muscular engagement.

Yin yoga can be very challenging on a physical, emotional, and mental level, and can often yield a deep release or shift in the practitioner. This class is great if you practice lots of fast-paced, power flow as it gives us time to slow down and go deeper into our bodies and minds.

Pre-Natal Yoga - is a gentle approach to feeling healthy and strong during pregnancy and helping to prepare the body for birth and postpartum. You can expect meditation, techniques for bonding with baby, and preparation for birth through breath techniques and of course, asana.

Just like any other styles we offer, our prenatal classes are also designed with different levels of intensity, so if you want to sweat a little, we’ll guide you safely through a stronger practice and help you modify your practice as the belly grows. And if you are new to yoga in pregnancy, we’ve also got tailored classes for you that are a bit slower and gentler.

Intensity Levels​

Level 1 - Roll out your mat for a revitalizing flow that explores the fundamentals of Vinyasa. You will gain a foundational knowledge of postures, breathing techniques, and meditation in movement through a low-intensity practice. Beginner friendly.


Level 2 - We start to up the intensity as we stretch, strengthen, and detoxify the body and mind through movement. You will meet a mix of slower to quicker-paced flows with moderate intensity. All levels.


Level 3 - We start to up the intensity as we stretch, strengthen, and detoxify the body and mind through movement. You will meet a mix of slower to quicker-paced flows with moderate-high intensity as well as arm balances and inversions. All levels.


Level 4 - In this fun, sweaty class, you’ll spend more time on your hands than on your feet. If you want to float, fly, and practice creative, tricky transitions try out this high-intensity class. This class is designed for strong practitioners with a solid knowledge of asanas. Intermediate-Advanced.