In these classes, you'll find many variations on common yoga poses, and you'll work with plenty of yoga props, which are provided to help poses fit your body. If you're joining class virtually, we recommend that you have a chair handy—preferably, a chair that is light enough that you can reposition as needed. It's also helpful to position yourself near a wall, which we often use for support and feedback during class.


Gentle Yoga

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Gentle Yoga is designed for adults of any age, including seniors and those with minor physical ailments, who prefer a slower paced or more relaxed practice. Students practice beginning yoga postures and work on the principles of body alignment and breath awareness. Teachers provide lots of variations to ensure that poses are accessible for students with extra tight hips, cranky knees, or other minor limitations. Students of all levels are welcome, including those who are new to yoga. If practicing with a chair is more appropriate for your body, please join us for Yoga for Balance and Stability or Accessible Yoga.


Gentle Yoga for Strength

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Gentle Yoga for Strength offers accessible, mindful movements with a dose of body resistance. Sequences are carefully crafted to engage a variety of muscle groups to improve balance and posture, while fostering strength, bone health and mobility. With integrated breath work, you’ll walk away stronger, calm and refreshed. This class is best suited for students who are comfortable getting up from the floor and back down several times during class. Students of all levels are welcome, including those who are new to yoga. If practicing with a chair is more appropriate for your body, please join us for Yoga for Balance and Stability or Accessible Yoga.

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Yoga for Balance and Stability

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Yoga for Balance and Stability is designed for students who are recovering from injury, working with limited mobility or special conditions, or looking for more supported ways to build strength and improve balance. Students practice yoga using a variety of props, typically including chairs, allowing them to experience the stretching and strengthening benefits of yoga regardless of their current physical condition. While some students may transition to the floor for the last part of the practice and for relaxation, others may choose to continue practicing with the support of a chair.

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Accessible Yoga

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If you’ve ever felt like you can’t “do” yoga or have special considerations that don’t seem to “fit” into a group class, this is the class for you. This Accessible Yoga Class is a welcoming and inclusive space for people with bodies of all shapes, sizes, and abilities to practice. Angelique will guide you through the practice while offering adaptations and variations of poses with supportive language to make the experience truly accessible to all. We will explore mindfulness, breathing practices, postures of strengthening, balance, and rest, as we focus on the essence of yoga — cultivating inner peace. We will meet on the first floor, and chairs are available for those who prefer or need to use them during class.

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Yoga for a Healthy Back

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Coping with back trouble—or trying to avoid it? Use breath and movement to build awareness, mobility, and strength to support the upper, middle, and lower back. This class is based in yoga, and we'll incorporate other techniques including myofascial release and strengthening / stretching with resistance bands. Resistance bands are available for use at the studio.