Class Descriptions

Yoga Class Descriptions

Please review our Yoga Class Guidelines and Payment Policies.

All classes are done with bare feet.  You must be able to get up and down from the floor.  These descriptions are general guidelines to help you choose which class will be best for your experience level.


Formerly “Gentle Yoga”.  Stretch and strengthen the body with this slower-paced, more supported approach to learning yoga. This is an ideal class for seniors and for anyone with mobility or balance issues.  Requirement: Must be able to get up and down from the floor.
75 minutes


Learn and practice the basic concepts of yoga as taught in the Iyengar method. Geared toward beginners and those who wish to review the fundamental principles of yoga in a safe and systematic way.  More active than Support Yoga classes.
75 minutes.


A mix of beginning and intermediate students.  Continue to learn and practice the basic concepts of Iyengar Yoga, and start to explore intermediate poses, depending on the readiness of the class.  Beginners with few physical restrictions are welcome.  Moderately-paced class.
90 minutes.


Active class for intermediate and continuing yoga students.   Continue to refine the basic poses and learn intermediate poses.  Some advanced poses may be introduced.
90 minutes.

Level 2+ 

For continuing students with at least two years recent Iyengar Yoga experience.  Continue to refine beginning and intermediate poses, explore certain advanced poses.  Permission required for this class.
90 minutes.


Yoga breathing techniques are used to clear your mind, steady your nervous system, and develop respiratory and cardiovascular health.   Recommended: Minimum of 6 months recent, regular Iyengar Yoga study.  Regular attendance is expected.
75 minutes


The Eight Limbs of Yoga, or the eight fold path, includes the yamas, niyamas, asana, pranayama, pratyahara, dharana, dhyana and Samadhi.  Each week we will review a limb, discuss its meaning, and do a few poses incorporating a component of our discussion.  A copy of Light on the Yoga Sutras of Patanajali by BKS Iyengar is helpful but not necessary.

A minimum of 5 people is required for the class to run.