Heated Vinyasa Yoga
A Vinyasa style or “flow” yoga class in a heated (80-90 degree room) focusing on building heat through the body and evoking a bit of sweat. A strong focus on core work and arm strength. We will explore arm balances and inversions. We recommend that you have some yoga flow experience before joining a power yoga class.
This class will incorporate restorative postures into a slow, meditative, calm practice. Perfect for beginners, or even advanced practitioners wishing to slow down, we will use gentle movement to welcome soft openings and mind-body awareness.
Our yoga flow is a Vinyasa class based on a series of poses that connect you to your breath while warming your body, strengthening the core, and energizing the mind. The room is kept between a comfortable 70-80 degrees.
Warm Mellow Flow
Warm Mellow Flow is meant to warm you inside and out, but not burn you up like our lives can sometimes do. This practice is mellow, focusing on reducing stress and deepening the practice with juicier sequencing, deep breath work and elements of restorative yoga included. This class isn’t always easy, but it isn’t built to make you sweat either. Come nourish your mind, body and spirit with this grounding Warm Mellow Flow class.
Yin yoga is a quiet, meditative practice with long, deep holding of passive poses. Using mindful muscle relaxation, yin postures target the connective tissue nourishing joints, ligaments, and fascia promoting the healthy flow of chi (energy). The Yin practice is a wonderful compliment to more vigorous yoga practices or activities such as running, cycling, and hiking. The practice is suitable and encouraged for all levels of practitioners.
This hybrid class blends the thoughtful, fluid movement of vinyasa with the deep, yummy sensation of yin. Movement is low and slow and the vibe is chill. YinYasa is appropriate for all levels of practice and is a treat for the body and the soul.
Where the Ballet Bar meets Yoga & Pilates. Barre is a total body workout based on a fusion of pilates and dance exercises. Burn body fat and build lean muscle through small isometric movements, cardio, and strength training. Sculpt your body with the newest workout craze. Socks are required for this class.
Ki Yoga: Strengthening Asana
In this Ki Yoga class we explore the fundamental principle of breath work paired with strong asana postures to deeply access both the physical and subtle anatomy of the body. Every class offers a unique focus; whether that be a given asana shape, an anatomical location in the body or a subtle body focal point. The class is heated to 90* with the intention of making the body warm for ease of accessing challenging asanas and to detoxify the system through sweat.
Expect a class that is balanced in its warming and cooling phases; you will be challenged to access the body deeply, yet given time to cool-down and connect with the physical and subtle body more intimately. There is a strong emphasis on prop use, which additionally makes this class suitable for all yoga practitioners. Aromatherapy and Thai-massage-style adjustments are used in every class; however, all students are given the opportunity to decline these elements before beginning practice.
Ki Yoga: Deepening Asana
In this Ki Yoga class we slow everything down and aim to access the physical and subtle anatomy of the body through mindful, meditative movement. Similar to other Ki Yoga classes, there is always a unique focus; whether that be a given asana shape, an anatomical location in the body or a subtle body focal point. Due to the slower nature of the class, body temperature naturally drops, so the room is heated to 80* to keep the practitioner comfortable during practice.
Expect the class to always change, combining elements of mellow flow, long static holds and restorative postures with the use of props. Though a nourishing practice, the asana isn’t always easy, challenging both the body and the mind through moving meditation. The goal of this class is restoration; to breathe deeply into the physical body and energy body, reduce stress and align all the Koshas or layers of the self. Aromatherapy and Thai-massage-style adjustments are used in every class; however, all students are given the opportunity to decline these elements before beginning practice
Hatha Level 1
This class is aimed with the beginner yogi in mind. Whether you are just stepping onto your mat for the first time or simply craving a step-by-step review of yoga basics- this hour is for you. The intention of this class is to make the practice accessible to everyone while building a strong foundation in the fundamentals of yoga, breathing, and alignment.
Yoga sculpt is the fusion of vinyasa yoga and strength endurance training. This unique and intense workout incorporates hand weights and is designed to tone and shape your body. Build stamina through a series of squats, lunges, crunches, plank holds, cardio work, balancing postures, and stretching.
Our community yoga class is an affordable and great way to get to know the wonderful community at Om Studios. This is an all levels yoga flow class based on attention, integrity, and lightheartedness. Beginners welcome! Payments can not be made online so please plan on paying when you arrive. Class Cost $5.
Slow flow classes are similar to vinyasa classes in that they help to create a strong connection with the breath and poses are strung together and target the whole body. The class feels like one long free flowing pose, much like a moving meditation. This helps to not only create balanced strength and flexibility but also has a powerful calming effect on the nervous system including a feeling of deep relaxation. This class is soft and smooth and appropriate for all levels including beginners.
A Vinyasa style or “flow” yoga class focusing on building heat through the body and evoking a bit of sweat. A strong focus on core work and arm strength. We will explore arm balances and inversions. We recommend that you have some yoga flow experience before joining a power yoga class.
Community Prenatal Yoga
Our Community Prenatal yoga class incorporates relaxation exercises, breath-work, birth positions, remedies for common discomforts, key pregnancy exercises like squats and hip openers, pelvic floor awareness, positions to encourage optimal fetal positioning, and much more for mothers and their babies. Our goal is to foster a communiity of women who can learn from and support one another and an environment where they feel safe to ask questions and receive support. Taught by Eliza and Caitlin, both doulas and yoga teachers! **Donation Based