Class Descriptions


Flow is a more basic version of our intermediate flow. A flow class will have you moving between postures more quickly and coordinating those transitions with your breathing. This is traditionally called Vinyasa. Postures practiced will vary with each class. Room is heated to 80.

Hot Soul is a class based off the set series of postures from the original Hot yoga sequence now known as 26 & 2. This class will add variation to these original poses depending on the teacher. Great for beginners. Room is heated to 105 degrees.

intermediate flow

Intermediate flow with a more challenging vinyasa approach, moving from pose to pose with aligned breathing. The poses practiced will vary from class to class according to the instructor. This class is not the best for beginners but they can attend and are encouraged to take it easy and rest when needed. Room will be heated between 85-95 degrees.

*Hatha yoga

Hatha translates to sun and moon and refers to the physical practice of yoga. It is the 3rd limb of yoga along an 8 limb path. This usually 90 min class includes the following sequence – initial relaxation, breathing exercise, sun salutations, a series of 12 basic postures and final deep relaxation. 

Hatha yoga uses meditation and chanting of mantras along with asana and pranayama to serve the harmony between body and mind. Hatha poses are held for a longer period of time to achieve the goal of comfort and stability. 

A real experience of ancient yoga that brings you a sense of well-being. Leave feeling peaceful and rejuvenated. 

*HOT 26 & 2

Hot 26 & 2 is a set series of postures that will NOT vary from class to class. 26 different poses and 2 breathing exercises. This is the original hot yoga series developed in the 70s. Great for beginners. Room is heated to 105 degrees.

*Slow flow

Slow Flow is our signature flow and yin mash up. Be prepared to slow things down and have time for deep relaxation at the end. The class is suitable for beginners and advanced practitioners looking to deepen their practice.

*circle (rotating teachers)

Circle means that the teachers of this class will rotate. You will be able to check the website for who is teaching on any given day. Or you could go blind and enjoy the spontaneity. This class’s intention is to help expose you to all types and individual approaches of yoga. This is for the practitioner who wants to remain on their toes and explore the potentials.

*hot vinyasa

This is an open to all levels class. Come experience what you are capable of with a class that fuels your fire!
An equal combination of meditation, cardiovascular health, and deep fascia muscle stretching.

*restorative with reiki and sound bowls

Wind down your week into a slow going, mind resting, spirit rising … restorative yoga class.  This class is practiced at a slow pace, focusing on fewer poses offering the student a time to experience the stillness and deep breathing. Applying the energy of Reiki helps to relax even deeper and renew the Spirit. Essential oils will be offered to further enhance the restorative and healing opportunity. Students will be supported with blankets and bolsters while maintaining poses, allowing time in each pose to move into the parasympathetic nervous system and bring the body’s response system back into equilibrium.  Total bliss!


This is an intermediate vinyasa class infused with the techniques of Katonah Yoga. A Katonah Yoga practice organizes the body with an emphasis on manipulating form for function, with the goal of finding more ease, stability, and fluidity in our practice and in our lives. Katonah Yoga teaches us to work smarter, not harder. A potent combination of breath, traditional hatha yoga, Taoism, sacred geometry, metaphor, and practicality, the practice is both physically reformative and imaginatively engaging. Themes such as using asana for origami, orchestrating shapes to work with specific organs, and developing a sense of personal measure are key rudders of Katonah techniques. Although beginners are welcome, it is recommended to have some foundation of a yoga practice before trying Katonah, as some of the postures and sequences may be advanced and/or demanding.


A flow class that centers your energy. Rise connects breath with movement in stacks to challenge you to find the edge. Then to yummy seated and reclined postures ending in stillness and body scanning in savasana. A class for early risers! Room is 85-90 degrees

° Wear light weight clothing that does not distract or hinder movement

° Refrain from eating 2-3 hours before class

° Morning classes are best on an empty stomach

° Have at least one meal when attending evening classes (2-3 hours prior)

° Be well hydrated by drinking a lot of water throughout the day

° Bring your own mat, large towel and bottle of water

° Have no expectations, agendas, or goals

° Let your practice unfold daily and abandon the competitive mind-set

° When entering a class late, please be discreet and stand toward the back

Yoga is aimed to unite the mind, the body, and the spirit.

Yoga helps you become more aware of your body’s posture, alignment and patterns of movement. It makes the body more flexible and helps you relax even in the midst of a stress sticken environment. The harmony of mind, body, and spirit will help you feel fitter, be more energetic, be happier and be peaceful.

Yoga Benefits

Improves balance and coordination Increases energy
Increases flexibility and strength Improves circulation
Tones & shapes muscles Improves concentration
Reduces stress Improves posture
Promotes over-all well-being Detoxifies body
Strengthens immune system Aids injury recovery
Improves sleep patterns
Note: We recommend that you consult with your physician before taking part in any physical activity