This 60 min class is perfect for those newer to yoga or anyone seeking a refresher on the basics of alignment and the vinyasa flow. This practice will help you strengthen the muscles you need to support more advanced yoga poses, increase flexibility, and improve your breathing – on and off the mat. *Note – this is not intended to be a gentle class*View Class Schedule
In this 60 minute class, expect invigorating, creative, and challenging flows at a slightly faster-pace. Building on the skills learned in our Basics class, we will build more heat in the body and start playing with more advanced choreography.
We also offer a 45-min version for busy yogis who want a quick zen break! Look for our Flow on the Go classes on the schedule now!View Class Schedule
Explore your own practice by moving slowly and mindfully through simple sequences aimed at giving you a deeper understanding of your body and mind. Yoga philosophy is woven into this class so that you can begin to connect the physical to the spiritual elements of this amazing practice.View Class Schedule
Pilates, barefoot bootcamp, yoga, light weights…we’ve combined them all in this high-intensity class that will leave you sweaty and blissful. New playlist and routine every month to keep things fresh and your body challenged!View Class Schedule
Relax your muscles, renew your energy, and release any trace of stress as you flow to soft music in a softly lit room. This is a perfect class to re-set for the week ahead as we focus on breath, hold restorative poses with the support of blocks and blankets, and end with a longer, sweeter savasana.View Class Schedule
This gentle class designed for seniors 65+ will incorporate movements to improve strength, circulation, balance, and flexibility. Over 45 minutes, we’ll work on seated, standing, and floor poses, as well as breathing and meditation to give students a full mind-body experience. Note – a chair will often be used to provide stability and accommodate sensitive joints.View Class Schedule
With a strong focus on the breath and mindful movement, our Hatha classes offer students an opportunity to hold poses longer, practice pranayama, and deeply experience the mind-body connection. Although a Hatha class may seem easier to follow than a vinyasa class since it is often slower and does not involve fluid transitions, its is a physically and mentally challenging practice.View Class Schedule
One of our recent additions is Katonah Yoga, a Hatha style of practice that blends Taoist principles, Chinese medicine, and sacred geometry. In a Katonah class, you can expect less flow and more time to explore each pose, lots of hands-on-assists (that alone should make you want to come!), and really interesting metaphors that can transform your relationship to your body.
Leave your expectations at the door and join us for this deliciously different approach to movement and breath.View Class Schedule