Hatha Yoga uses postures (asanas) and stretches in combination with the breath to develop flexibility and relaxation. There are many styles of Hatha Yoga. Some use a specific series of postures; others use a flow of movements, while some may use props such as blocks or belts to assist a posture or maximize a stretch. All styles of Hatha Yoga, however, encourage proper alignment of the body and bring balance, strength, and calmness to the practitioner. Our Hatha Yoga classes are based on the classic and ancient practices with attention to alignment and the deeper layers of yoga.

All levels welcome.


Vinyasa style practice emphasizes a continuous flow of movement using sun salutations, dynamic breathing and long holdings. Each part of the body (inside and out) is explored and worked in a deep and mindful way. This practice builds strength, tones and detoxifies. Vinyasa is a fun and creative practice requiring focus and dedication. This class moves at a quick pace; therefore, some Yoga experience is helpful prior to starting this class. Vinyasa classes will be conducted in a heated room.

Offered at all levels.

Heated Sculpt

Heated Sculpt Yoga is composed of vinyasa yoga, traditional strength and cardio training. The sequence of moves, combined with a heated room, will help stretch the muscles while strengthening them through a light weight workout. Although light weights are used in this work-out, they are not necessary. This is a full-body workout. This is class is conducted in a heated room.

Offered at all levels.     


cYoga is the dynamic yoga style created by Carmen Aguilar. cYoga helps students grow their practice by accomplishing poses they could not do before. cYoga classes are always different - no two classes are the same. The sequence of poses in a cYoga class is a key component and is adapted to the theme and capabilities of the students. The class will always have one or several peak poses around which the overall sequence is created. Most classes include time spent at the wall for peak poses including inversions and backbends. cYoga classes are always challenging, energizing and transformational. The class gives the student the best chance of accomplishing a challenging yoga pose. Often students find that they can do poses in cYoga classes that they cannot do on their own or in any other class. Regardless of the level, challenging cYoga classes keep the students engaged and focused throughout the class so they leave with a sense of accomplishment. cYoga classes challenge your beliefs of what is possible, what you can and cannot do. The teacher plays a key role in cYoga and sets the mood so the class is approachable and enjoyable for everybody, assists and adjusts students to get into more challenging poses and designs the sequence depending on the theme of the class and the level of the students. cYoga is for anyone wanting to work hard and feel better regardless of shape or athleticism. Room is heated to 75-80 degrees.

Heated Yoga Fusion

This style of class is a blend of power vinyasa, yin and meditation; challenging you with a combination of strength, sweat and spirituality. Vinyasa detoxifies the body while building endurance and balance. This form of yoga is accessible, athletic and flowing that will lead you to a state of transformation.


Through a deep stretch, you will be guided into sustained stretching poses (yin poses), designed to support and preserve joint, bone and connective tissue health. Assisted by the use of props, you will be encouraged to relax your body and breath to allow the pull of gravity to deepen your stretch. Yin yoga will help improve your overall mobility and range of motion, specifically in the hips, pelvis and spine.

All levels welcome.


Restorative Flow Yoga is a softer, soothing and relaxing class. The focus is on stretching, stress reduction, and restoring a fresh and calming perspective. Reduced heat will make sure your body is warm, but not stressed.

All levels welcome.

Aerial Yoga 

In Aerial yoga, the hammock is kept near the hip during a flow class and close to the ground during a restorative class (generally less than a meter from the floor). It becomes a swing which can support the hips in both forward and back bends. For many people, yoga postures that are difficult on the ground can be performed more easily and with less strain on the body in mid-air.

Is is suggested that in addition to the emotional, physical and spiritual benefits of all yoga practice, Aerial yoga has particular benefits for strengthening and stretching the whole body, decompressing the spine, improving circulation, boosting digestion and lifting one's mood. In particular, Aerial yoga strengthens the core as well as the arms and legs, to support the body in mid-air.

Although Aerial yoga can be performed by people with all levels of fitness, it is not recommended for pregnant women or those who suffer from vertigo, due to the flips and inversions practiced during the class.

All levels welcome