Updated COVID-19 Policies
(Reservations are still required for all staff-led activies such as Staff Belays and Belay Lessons)
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Our Vinyasa Yoga Flow classes bring you through a series of poses while learning to control your breath, bring balance and alignment to the body, and decrease stress. Taught to an ambient, downbeat tempo music background, you can expect to be invigorated during class, though plan on holding some poses a bit longer to build power. Classes may include arm balances, breath work, core workouts, dharma talks, or any other focus the class may wish to suggest. All levels welcome, no experience necessary!
Please note that when more advanced postures are taught, alternative easier options are generally also taught at the same time.
Yoga Classes run weekly on the following days and times:
"I’m Meghan! I’m a 25 year old full time yoga teacher and yoga studio manager.
I’ve been practicing for roughly 8 years and have been teaching for over 2 years. I am certified in several types of yoga but I specialize in open level vinyasa and advanced vinyasa. I am dedicated to my own yoga practice and through that dedication I am able to help others find that dedication in themselves.
My dreams are to become a studio owner myself some day and change lives by continuing to spread my lineage of this sacred practice." -Meghan H.
"Over the last decade, Carla has practiced several yoga traditions such as Ashtanga, Vinyasa and Hatha. She earned her 200 hour teacher certification from Revolution Yoga and has been a practicing instructor for two years.
In addition to yoga, Carla is currently in school for massage therapy and also studies somatic therapy as well as various Eastern and Western spiritual practices. She holds a Bachelors of Metaphysics from the University of Sedona and is a Reiki Master under the Usui Shiki Ryoho tradition, and offers healing sessions under her brand, Soul Eclipse Healing." -Carla V.
"My yoga practice was a home practice. I was the type of person where every single minute counted, I was always working or doing something until the last minute. So practicing at home gave me the flexibility to work on myself without compromising the importance I had on time. As my journey progressed, it was through yoga that I realized I needed to slow myself down, be present, and not be in such a rush to get things done.
Today I am learning to slow down even more and take time for healing. You'll find me flowing, inverted, and pushing my comfort zone or you'll notice me laying on a mat fully supported by props in rest and relaxation. It is within yoga that I learn to find more balance within and without." -Jasmine Y.