Yoga Station offers open classes for 60 or 90 minutes. You may sign up online, or drop-in 10 minutes before class. All of our classes are open-level, so the teacher to offer versions of the postures for both new and experienced practitioners. We offer two primary styles of yoga: Hatha, where we hold the poses and Vinyasa, where the poses flow from one to another. Within each style, there is room for the teacher to make it their own.
Please remind the teacher about any injuries or conditions before the class so that she may offer modifications for your needs. Listen to your body – if a pose or movement doesn’t feel right, don’t do it.
Hatha Yoga is ideal for practitioners seeking a more gentle, restorative practice. In this style, we hold the poses for several breaths, delving deeper and deeper with every exhalation. Each class has different poses combined with breathing exercises, final relaxation, and a short meditation. This practice is perfect for athletes looking to improve their game by increasing their flexibility and stamina. Hatha is based on the series originated by Swami Satchidananda.
This Hatha practice is modified for students with special needs or physical limitations. This class improves balance and coordination while relieving habitual stress. *BEGINNER APPROVED*
This class focuses on the basic Hatha yoga poses combined with breathing and meditation. The practice is suited for beginning learners, as well as more seasoned students working on alignment. Sometimes simple is its own reward! *BEGINNER APPROVED*
In Vinyasa, we use the breath to move from one pose to the next and will work up a sweat. This carefully sequenced practice allows the body to release deeply held tightness and tension. Classes may incorporate music, candles, essential oils, and physical adjustments. Vinyasa classes are geared to students with some experience, though all levels are welcome. This practice is loosely based on Ashtanga Yoga.
This 60-minute class is geared for slow-flow loving students, and well suited for Hatha students wishing to transition into a Vinyasa practice. Take it down a notch!
You don’t have to be a beginner to enjoy a slow-moving practice.
This slow and restorative class helps you come back to your breath, and back to your body. With candlelight and soft music, restorative yoga is a great way to recharge! *BEGINNER APPROVED*
Back to Basics Yoga
Each week new yoga fundamentals will be explored, like standing poses, forward bends, back bends, and inversions. After the first month, students will be familiar with the basic yoga poses, breathing, deep relaxation, and meditation. If you are new to yoga, this is the class for you! *BEGINNER APPROVED*