We believe in community. We believe that together we can make the world a happier place. Our small contribution is to donate meals to people in need. The concept is simple, every class you take is putting a meal in a hungry belly. It’s yoga that feels good in more ways than one.💛
How Does it Work?
All classes, workshops, and private sessions are through Zoom. Zoom is a simple and free app that can be used from your laptop, phone, or other device. Download the Zoom app here. Important:You must also create a free account with Zoom so that our classrooms stay safe and secure.
After you’ve downloaded and registered with Zoom follow these steps to take class:
Step 1: Go to the class schedule. Click on the hyperlinked day of the class you’d like to take. This will bring you to your Zoom Class so you can register.
Step 2: Register for your class with us in Zoom. It’s recommended that you register at least 24 hours in advance. Once you register, you’ll receive an email inviting you to class. You’ll also receive an email one hour before class begins, please use the link in this email to join class.
Step 3: Join the class up to 15 minutes prior to the class starting time. Just follow the link in your email. It’s a good idea to join a little early in case there are tech issues.
Step 4: Donate if you like (more info under the Donate tab)
Follow the Yogi:
Let’s get moving and get a little sweaty. In this class, you literally follow the yoga teacher through an ashtanga vinyasa based practice. There is a little instruction, but mostly just follow along. The poses will be mostly the same each day so you’ll become more and more familiar with poses and eventually have your own personal practice in case you can’t make it to class, find yourself with no wifi, or just want some you time.
Yin Restorative Yoga:
Let’s chill out and release some tension. We’ll move through yin yoga and restorative yoga poses. These postures are all seated or lying down. You will likely not sweat in this class, but you will relieve heaps of stress and boost the immune system.
Yoga Nidra is known for its de-stressing quallities. It is said that one hour of yoga nidra is equal to 4 hours of REM sleep. Find a comfy spot preferably lying down, but sitting up is ok, too, grab a blanket and settle in for a deep relaxation.
This class is flowy, sweaty, lighthearted, and deep all at the same. It’s a vinyasa yoga class in the lineage of Jonny Kest, Detroit’s Original Vinyasa. The teacher guides the students through the practice rather than demonstrating & letting them flow on their own several times through class. All are welcome…it’s a come as you are kinda class so even if you get a little lost at times you just do you…even if that means taking a little rest on your mat or just dancing freestyle.
What’s ujjayi breath? What does take a vinyasa mean? And a sun salutation who? First time yogis are welcome to any class, but if you’re looking for the basics of vinyasa yoga then this class is for you. Just because it’s basic doesn’t mean it’s easy. You’ll still be moving and will likely break a sweat. If you’re looking for a chill yoga class try YinRestorative Yoga or Yin Yoga.
Yoga with games and interaction to make it fun and accessible to children. Class sizes are limited.
Yoga with a picture book. We’ll read a new story each week and do yoga poses as we read the story. For children and families.
A yoga class tailored just for you, your child, or the whole family. Starting at $50 for 30 minute sessions.