Class Info

Beginner Level Classes & Information

Our focus is stress-reduction. Our approach to yoga is rooted in compassion for healing the body-mind connection. We offer physical yoga (asana) in a way that welcomes anyone new to yoga. Some classes will be more challenging than others yet, it’s offered only as an option. The best class to begin is the class that you can come to. Will it be challenging? Yes. We will support you and we are not an elitist yoga studio of highly advanced stretchy bodies. Our interest is in relieving everyday build-up of toxins and tension.

Let us know you’re new to yoga when you arrive.

Take it easy your first few classes and skip the level two options.

The “level two” postures: when a pose is offered that you don’t think you’re ready for, don’t do it. The posture will last a minute or two while you slowly build the strength and courage to try it. Each class is going to have a posture that a beginner may not be ready for (headstand or something similar). Listen for the teachers instructions on modifications and options.

Bring a mat, towel, and water. We have mats to borrow, small hand towels and we have filtered water–just bring a bottle.

That’s it!

Flow & Relax

An inviting class for all-levels of practitioners. A skilled and well crafted balance or blend of energizing and restorative postures. Great for mid-week fatigue. Flow is a flowing sequence of yoga poses that gives your body continuous movement, usually in the beginning of a practice. The class is challenging and strong with an equal mix of gentle and restorative at the end.

Radiant Flow
Everyday Therapeutic Yoga

A moving meditation for those who want a continuous flow of Hatha yoga postures. Everyday Therapeutic  Yoga with Jole is slow and meditative, an opportunity to slow down.

Radiant Flow is slightly more active yet it’s not traditional vinyasa. You will feel the wring out from sequences designed to build heat while improving strength and flexibility, leaving you with a balanced yoga practice. *This is not Ashtanga-Vinyasa based mostly and moves slower or longer holds, spontaneously crafted.

Warm Flow

Room heated to 80-90º  SUMMER TIME feel the love of some ventilation and no forced air. We use quartz far-infrared heating. A moving meditation for those who want a continuous flow of Hatha yoga postures. This class is a total-body wring out with sequences designed to improving strength and flexibility, leaving you with a balanced yoga practice.

Rockin’ Vinyasa
Bhakti Flow

Our signature classes are a tribute to the vinyasa lineage and can be 60 to 90 minutes. Each class is an upbeat vinyasa flow class in an 80 degree room or natural temperature. This is a challenging, yet accessible class for most levels, with an optional emphasis on diving deep into embodying your spiritual practice. Break a sweat to some fun music while building strength, balance, and flexibility before letting it all go in our final resting posture.

The Vinyasa Method
The purpose of vinyasa is for internal cleansing. Breathing and moving together while performing asanasmakes the blood hot, or as Pattabhi Jois says, boils the blood. Thick blood is dirty and causes disease in the body. The heat created from yoga cleans the blood and makes it thin, so that it may circulate freely. The combination of the asanas with movement and breath make the blood circulate freely around all the joints, taking away body pains. When there is a lack of circulation, pain occurs. The heated blood also moves through all the internal organs removing impurities and disease, which are brought out of the body by the sweat that occurs during practice.
– From the Ashtanga Yoga Institute, learn more:
To The Core: Detox Flow

We offer this class during the week from 6-7am Monday – Friday and you can choose to leave at 7am or stay for self-guided practice. All-levels welcome. Hatha yoga with some Vinyasa or flowing with the breath. Often meditative and calm with a variety of sequences to improve core strength. Detox is a buzz word that can refer to the sweat element combined with twisting, backward bending, and wringing out the body. You may also think of detox as ridding the body of waste in the form of thoughts and impurities. This class is heated with quartz infrared heaters and doesn’t feel hot or stifling–windows and ventilation are available for those with sensitivities.