Original 26&2 Hot Yoga
75 min and 90 min
The original sequence of 26 postures and 2 breathing exercises in a room heated to approximately 105 degrees. This Hatha style yoga class focuses on each individual posture with a short rest between and is led with full instructional dialogue. Beginners and experienced practitioners are welcome to attend. Yes, there are cold towels with lavender essential oil at the end of class! Read more about how to prepare and what to expect HERE.
Hot 26&Tunes at Noon
The original sequence at a faster pace with very little instructional dialogue. The instructor will likely practice with the class for visual demonstration and will provide limited verbal cues. The room will be heated to approximately 105 degrees. Playlists will vary! It is recommended that students be familiar with the sequence before joining the 26&Tunes at Noon classes. (75 min and 90 min classes are led with full instructional dialogue).
Warm Slow Flow
For those looking for a class that moves at a slower pace and prefer to take more time in postures and transitions. This class is designed for mindful movements that ease into positions and will include options to accommodate range of motion. All levels of experience are welcome. The practice room will be approximately 90 degrees. A towel over your mat might be helpful.
Warm Vinyasa Flow
Syncing breath with energetic movement, you'll be led through a variety of postures that flow one to the next. Some Vinyasa experience is helpful, but all levels are welcome. The practice room will be approximately 90 degrees. A towel over your mat is recommended as you will likely sweat during practice.
Get ready to sweat, tone and burn in this fun 60 minute Hot Pilates class. This whole body workout builds muscle, improves circulation and strengthens your core. Some pilates experience is useful but all levels are welcome. The practice room will be heated to around 90-95 degrees so a towel is recommended over your mat.
Flow to Yin/Yin to Flow
Yin is a slower style of yoga that focuses on long holds of passive postures, with frequent use of props to fully support the body in the shape of the pose. In Yin Yoga, we allow the muscles to relax so that the pose can exert gentle, healthy stress on the deeper tissues of the body (ligaments, fascia, etc.). Stillness and mindful breathing are important aspects of Yin Yoga, making it an excellent complement to more active, Yang styles of yoga. Flow to Yin will begin with a slower Vinyasa practice and transition to Yin holds. The practice room will be approximately 85F for Flow to Yin. Yin to Flow will start with Yin poses and finish up with a slow flow in a room approximately 75-80F. All levels are welcome.