Only the following classes will be offered on Sunday, April 20, 2014:

7:00 a.m. – HOT 90

8:00 a.m. – PVF 75

9:00 a.m. – Hot 60 Express

10:00 a.m. – PVF 75

11:00 a.m. – Hot 60 Express

 

Schedule Effective Monday April 7, 2014

MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridaySaturdaySunday
5:00 amHot 60 Express AUDIOHot 60 Express AUDIOHot 60 Express AUDIOHot 60 Express AUDIOHot 60 Express AUDIO
6:00 amHot 75 Hot 75 AUDIOHot 75 Hot 75 AUDIOHot 75
7:00 amHot 90Hot 90
8:00 amPVF 75PVF 75
8:30 amHot 60 ExpressHot 60 ExpressHot 60 Express
9:00 amHot 60 ExpressHot 60 Express
9:45 amHot 75Hot 75Hot 75Hot 75Hot 75
10:00 amPVF 60PVF 60PVF 60PVF 75PVF 75
11:00 amHot 60 ExpressHot 60 Express
NoonHot 60 ExpressHot 60 ExpressHot 60 ExpressHot 60 ExpressHot 60 Express
12:30 pm
4:30 pmHot 60 ExpressHot 90Hot 60 ExpressHot 90Hot 60 Express
Hot 60 SILENT
5:30 pmPVF 75PVF 75PVF 75PVF 75PVF 75
6:30 pmHot 60 ExpressHot 90Hot 60 ExpressHot 90Hot 60 SILENT - Live MusicHot 90 SILENT
7:00 pmPVF 75
PVF 75
AshtangaPVF 75
8:15 pm$5 Drop-In Hot 75Hot 60 Express$5 drop-in Hot 75Hot 60 Express

 

  • Hot 90 –Beginner  Hot Yoga is 90 minutes held in a heated space between 100 and 105 F degrees to relax the muscles, increase flexibility and detoxify the body. The consistent sequence of 26 poses practiced focus on the spine, but optimally works all the muscles, ligaments and tendons in the body. Most Students find their first hot class very challenging. However after a few classes, the body becomes accustomed to the heat and practice becomes addictively enjoyable. No previous experience necessary.
  • Hot 60 – Same as above but 60 minutes long and fewer postures. The posture sequence may vary some teacher to teacher.

PLEASE NOTE: The majority of our Hot Yoga classes are comprised of 26 of the Classical 84 postures. Expect some variation from teacher to teacher on the 60 minute class. 

  • PVF  –  Power Vinyasa Flow Yoga, 60 or 75 minutes, medium heat. The sequence flows one posture to the next. Music is usually played and class may change from teacher to teacher. Beginners are welcome and postures are modified as needed.
  • Ashtanga – A challenging set sequence of postures developed by Sri K Pattabhi Jois of Mysore, India. It utilizes Sun Salutations, Ujjayi breath, drishti (gaze), and bandhas (energy locks) in order to deepen one’s connection to one’s practice. It develops strength, flexibility, balance and endurance in the practitioner. Low heat
  • Community – Yoga for everyone, $5 drop in. Medium heat. 
  • AUDIO - Audio is a pre-recorded class. Instructions are given over the sound system with little distraction and perfect for someone who knows the routine. You can practice with little pressure to keep up or stay in poses. If you need to leave early, that’s ok too. Work at your own pace and watch others if you need help. 75- 90 minute class length.
  • Assisted Audio – Trained assistant demonstrating and helping students as we play audio. This allows a constant flow of instructions to keep you in the zone while also allowing us to work with students who need some more help. Its like having two teachers.