This flowing vinyasa practice is all about connecting the breath and asanas (poses). You’ll move through the basic foundation and
alignment of each pose, while being offered the opportunity to move deeper. Fewer vinyasas make this class great for beginners looking to grow their practice.
While Flowing Form may incorporate basic arm-balance poses such as bakasana (crow) and basic inversions such as tripod headstand, modifications are always offered.
*Beginners may find this class a challenge, but it’s open to all levels.
At an intentional, slower pace, Slow & Steady introduces the most basic vinyasa postures and sequences, guiding you through
proper – and safe – alignment. The class integrates the entire body through breath work and postures to find complete balance
head to toe. You’ll move toward deep stretching, and maybe a few restorative postures or a guided meditation as you sink into
Open to all levels, this class is ideal for new practitioners, athletes seeking stability and mobility, those recovering from injuries, or anyone looking to slow down, align and deepen their yoga practice.
No need to rush – Slow & Steady wins the race.
*This class is very beginner friendly and is open to all levels.