Class Descriptions


Slow Flow Hatha Yoga

Ashva YogaHatha yoga refers to a set of physical exercises (known as asanas or postures). Slow Flow Hatha combines a slower-paced flow of asanas with emphasis on correct alignment. Hatha yoga is a path toward creating balance and uniting opposites. In our physical bodies we develop strength and flexibility. We also learn to balance effort and surrender in each pose.

Hatha yoga is a powerful tool for self-transformation. It asks us to bring our attention to our breath, which helps us to still the mind and be more present in the unfolding of each moment. Suitable for all levels.

Kinda-Hot Yoga

A comprehensive alignment based series practiced in a moderately heated, 78-80 degrees room. This series offers balance, strengthening, and detoxifying postures beneficial for students of all levels.

Yoga, Breath, and Meditation

Each class will always include asana (poses), pranayama (breath work), and meditation. This class will have a shorter asana practice with emphasis on opening hips and upper body. You will be introduced to various types of pranayama and meditation. The asana practice will be similar each week. Suitable for all levels.

Restorative Yoga

Restorative Yoga is a form of active therapeutic relaxation that uses props and blankets to modify traditional yoga poses and melt away tension. Appropriate for those wanting to release stress and anxiety, recovering from sore muscles, injury, and childbirth, or just wanting to take a little down time from a busy day. All levels are welcome. Come to – aaahhh – just relax!

Hatha Yoga

Balance, flexibility, and strengthening yoga poses for a healthy body. Sequences and adapted poses specifically for structural body issues, injuries, and general pain.

Yoga Basics

A Hatha Yoga practice focusing on breath, stretch, strength, and alignment to build a good foundation for the yoga poses.
Excellent for the yoga beginner, students coming back to yoga practice or anyone just wanting to work on the basics.

Yin & Yoga Nidra

A perfect compliment to your existing yoga practice. This class is a great way to melt away the stresses of the week that become lodged in the mind and body. Each themed class will include 60 minutes of yin yoga, offering a slower, and more gentle yoga practice where poses are held for 3 to 5 minutes to stretch the connective tissues of the body and to quiet the mind. The remaining 15 minutes of class will include yoga nidra, or yogic sleep, which is guided mediation taken in savasana to release the deeper tensions of the mind/body to effectively dissolve stress and balance the energy of the mind/body. This practice is deeply healing and restorative. Suitable for all levels.

Equestrian Yoga

equestrian yogaEquestrian Yoga is an integral and flowing Hatha Yoga practice that addresses the specific postures and movements of the horseback rider’s body. It focuses on balance, core strength, lower back, shoulders, and hips.

This gentle practice brings the rider to a more balanced state of mind while lubricating stiff joints and stretching muscles that tighten from hours on the horse.

Learn how to use your breath as an aid to stay in synch with your horse even when fear and nerves arise during a ride.

While Equestrian Yoga is mainly geared towards the horseback rider, anyone who would like to build strength and flexibility in their core, back, shoulders, and hips will greatly benefit from this yoga practice.

Equestrian Yoga is suitable for all levels.

Equestrian Yoga (Mounted)

Equestrian Yoga  in the saddle combines the principles of yoga with the moving and breathing energies of the horse. It is suitable for equestrians of any riding discipline. Used consistently, Equestrian Yoga complements any other riding instruction or training you receive on your journey toward union.

Equestrian Yoga merges the practice of yoga with riding a horse! It is a wonderful opportunity for deepening your connection with the horse, as well as your inner self. The time you spend in the saddle doing asanas (poses) is precious time to include your equine partner in your practice.

THE SAFETY OF BOTH HORSE AND RIDER IS ESSENTIAL to good horsemanship and should be observed at all times. Review guidelines for mounted practice.