Beginner: No previous experience required, students will practice basic yoga asanas (poses), pranayama (breathing exercises), meditation and relaxation, and how to connect them all together. General concept of non-harming and non-competitiveness.

Continuing: Students will focus on holding asanas longer. Increasing balancing, arm and wrist strength, and opening poses. Deepening your understanding of non-harming and non-competitiveness. Students must have the ability to move from standing to floor poses without difficulty. Continue to build upon yoga foundation, increased leg and arm strength.

Intermediate-Advanced: In this class the focus will be more physical. Must be able to move from standing to floor poses without difficulty. If you have any questions regarding this class, please talk to the instructor.

T’ai Chi

T’ai Chi is indeed a discipline, an internal martial art and a form of exercise. T’ai Chi is a system of movements performed in a peaceful, gentle-paced, specific manner, and it can help improve or maintain your health. For the relatively healthy student, the continued practice benefits the body and mind by helping reduce stress and improve strength, flexibility, mental and physical balance, energy flow and general health. For those facing serious medical issues, T’ai Chi can produce valuable results for those who practice regularly. Recommended for arthritis, osteoporosis, fibromyalgia, heart, Multiple Sclerosis and Parkinson’s Disease. T’ai Chi practice can improve the quality of everyday life, every day.


Pilates was developed by Joseph H. Pilates in the 1900s. This class is a mat work class. Uniting body and mind, pilates strengthens and tones muscles, improves the posture, and provides flexibility and balance.