Iyengar

Iyengar

Named for yoga master Sri B.K.S. Iyengar, Iyengar yoga classes move thoughtfully through traditional postures. Holding poses longer allows time to carefully dissect correct alignment and very precise actions in the body, often with the help of props. Subtle instructions that at first may seem inaccessible can wake up the furthest reaches of the body with consistent practice. Come prepared to learn, pay attention, and follow specific instructions as you open and strengthen your body and mind.

YogaWorks

Practice with attention and intention. Our signature YogaWorks classes blend precision in alignment with breath awareness and fluid movement for a balanced practice. These classes typically move through a warm-up and Sun Salutations into strategically sequenced postures, working toward a particular peak pose or targeting a specific body part. Come prepared to learn how to move your body skillfully and safely on the mat. You’ll leave these classes feeling like you got a satisfying workout for both your body and your mind.
Yogaworks
Strength And Structure

Strength And Structure

Build a firm foundation for a lifetime of practice. Our Strength and Structure classes, typically sequenced around Sun Salutations, will refine your alignment in essential poses. Build heat, endurance, flexibility, stability, and concentration in these dynamic classes balancing alignment with breath and fluidity. Come prepared to move and learn.

Align And Refine

Our Align and Refine classes deconstruct traditional yoga poses to make them accessible for all levels and body types. With the assistance of props, each student will find their own best possible expression of each pose. Leave any insecurities about your individual challenges at the door. We believe yoga is for everyone. Come learn how to modify and individualize your practice for the most benefit.
Align And Refine
Yoga 101

Yoga 101

Discover the practice of yoga in our beginners-only classes. Yoga 101 caters to newbies, focusing on the basics. Here’s what you need to know before you go: It’s always advisable to avoid eating right before yoga, wear clothing that allows freedom of movement in the body, and leave your shoes at the door. Show up prepared to move. Yoga stretches and strengthens the body through a series of postures in which you support your own weight and focus on conscious breathing—both of which can be more challenging than they sound! Luckily, you have a luxurious rest (called Savasana) at the end of class to look forward to. You’ll walk out feeling embodied, empowered, energized, and (we hope) eager to come back!

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