A sacred space to gather together to create sangha, to embrace movement, to connect with your breath, to welcome silence, to invite healing, and to learn.


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Hatha Vinyasa

Michelle weaves her 1000+ hours of yoga studies and spiritual teachings through out the class to create a sequence that feels intelligent within the body. The main purpose of this class being to mindfully move our bodies with our breath. The sequence of postures may be different from class to class, but they always follow an intelligent progression that moves from basic to complex while maintaining focus on good alignment and sound structure.If you are desiring movement, flow, variations, balance, mindfulness and strength, this is an ideal class for you. All levels are welcome, as many variations are provided to accommodate how your body is feeling, however knowledge of basic yoga postures is recommend. 

Restorative Yoga

Restorative is a very therapeutic form of yoga on a cellular, physical, and emotional level. It specifically works to relax and unwind your physical body while you rebalance your nervous system and work towards creating a calm and supportive internal environment. During this class you will be thoughtfully guided through a restorative sequence and be given the chance to completely surrender, relax and heal with the deep support of bolsters, blankets and blocks. There will be very little, very gentle movement in this class. An experience open to all levels.

Healing music will serenade you and the ambiance of candlelight will embrace you throughout this entire evening. 



Yin Yoga

Yin yoga uses passive postures held for longer periods of time to allow for a deep opening of the connective tissues, creating more joint mobility, muscle and fascia flexibility, and better circulation. While surrendering into postures for 3-5 minutes, practitioners are guided in the cultivation of observance, breath, and meditation, learning to be present in that given moment with whatever is coming up. Yin Yoga includes mostly sitting or lying postures to promote greater flexibility, clear energetic blockages, and enhance circulation. Yin Yoga is calm, quiet and deep, and it is a good complement to yang (more active) styles of yoga and other activities, like biking and running. An experience open to all levels. 

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