Yoga Classes



Yoga Basics

An introductory class for students who are new to Yoga that prepares them for the next level classes. Emphasis is given to the basic alignment of the standing poses for beginners but great for more experienced students that want to further develop basic poses. Instructor moves at a slightly slower pace so students can fully understand the foundations of the practice.


This class will teach students a vigorous flow style of yoga that synchronizes breath with movement. It will offer a balance of strength, flexibility, and endurance to challenge the fitness enthusiast. The instructor will guide you towards a specific posture while incorporating breath work (pranayama) and yogic philosophy.

Heated Vinyasa 1

Our Vinyasa 1 flow done in a room heated to 85-89 degrees to create a rejuvenating, detoxifying and de-stressing experience.

Gentle Flow + Prenatal

This class is designed for those who prefer a less vigorous flow. It includes gentle stretches and breath work as well as basic postures, simple movement and accessible strengthening exercises. With a slower pace, there is time to explore and familiarize yourself with the postures and learn to experience the sensations. This class is ideal for students with chronic symptoms such as muscle or joint pain, stiffness, weakness, or fatigue as well as for pregnant women. This class is appropriate for all levels.

Heated Vinyasa 2

This class is a continuation for Vinyasa 1. The emphasis of this course is on refining and building endurance in standing poses. This class is suitable for students who have practiced other styles of yoga, but it is not suitable for those who have never studied yoga before. Room temperature is 85-95 degrees.

Heated Vinyasa 3 + Advanced Vinyasa

In this class, students continue with refinements to poses studied in Vinyasa 2 and introduces full arm balance (handstand), headstand, and forearm balance. Additional back bend poses are also included. Regular yoga practice outside of class is strongly encouraged. Room temperature is 85-95 degrees.

Ashtanga Yoga

This style of yoga is based on six series of asanas which increase in difficulty, allowing students to work at their own pace. In class, you'll be led nonstop through one or more of the series. You'll be encouraged to breathe as you move from pose to pose. Be prepared to sweat. 

Teen Yoga

A yoga practice especially for youth ages 13 to 17 years to support them in developing self-awareness, emotional resilience, healthy body image and compassion through asanas, breathing practices, meditation, community building, and more. We want to make a significant difference in the lives of tweens and teens by supporting them as they navigate through these years by providing the tools for coping with stress and peer pressure in a fun, non-competitive, inclusive environment.

Chair Yoga

This class is specifically created for seniors and those with physical limitations, to help them increase muscle tone, balance (which is particularly important), strength, aid in sleep and improve mood. We use chairs as props to add in balance and stability. Through pranayama (breathing exercises), lung capacity is increased as well. Attending this class regularly also establishes a sense of community and friendship with teachers and fellow students. These types of social connections have been shown to be surprisingly important for maintaining health and well-being as we age. Be sure to speak to your doctor before trying yoga, especially if you suffer from any chronic conditions or are very inactive.

Yin Yoga

This is a quiet, meditative yoga practice. It is slow-paced and poses are held for five minutes or longer. Even though it is passive, yin yoga can be quite challenging due to the long holds, particularly if your body is not used to it. The purpose is to apply moderate stress to the connective tissue - the tendons, fascia and ligaments - with the aim of increasing circulation in the joints and improving flexibility.

Heated Hatha

This class is a set series of postures and breathing exercises, performed in a room heated to temperatures in the high 90’s to low 100’s. These postures are designed to warm and stretch muscles, ligaments and tendons in the order in which they should be stretched. It systematically moves fresh, oxygenated blood to one hundred percent of your body, to each organ and fiber, restoring all systems to healthy working order.

Yoga Wall Therapeutics

Yoga Walls are one of the best yoga props out there. By doing a series of supported moves on the yoga walls with the assistance of straps, bars and slings, you can get into a deeper practice and even include it as a form of physical therapy into your yoga routine.  From beginner to advanced, yoga walls are for everyone that is looking to get something more out of their physical yoga practice.

Restorative Yoga

This style of yoga usually involves only four to six poses, supported by props that allow you to completely relax and rest. Restorative poses include light twists, seated forward folds, supported relaxing inversions and gentle back bends. Restorative yoga aids in the balancing of the nervous system, reducing stress, ailments, pain and helping the body relax and be calm.

Connected Warriors

The Connected Warriors mission is to empower Service members, Veterans and their Families worldwide through Trauma-Conscious Yoga.  Connected Warriors is a program for military members and their families to enjoy yoga classes wherever offered.  Their classes can be found at local yoga studios, universities, VA Medical Centers, Vet Centers, military ships and military facilities across the Nation and abroad.  These classes are free of charge; it’s our way of giving back to our military community.

Fitness Classes




Fit HIIT is a type of strength training technique that includes a cardio sessions and bursts of exercise followed by short active recovery periods. With a series of intense exercises you can torch calories, burn fat and build muscle effectively. You build your strength faster than with traditional cardio or weight training regimes, as it elevates your heart rate, helping to burn fat more efficiently.


Barre is a ballet-inspired class that incorporates a ballet barre, light weights and a barre ball. It mixes elements of Pilates, dance, yoga and functional training, and the moves are choreographed to music. The class includes isometric strength training combined with high reps of small range-of-motion movements as well as core work to tone, firm and strengthen the muscles of the body.


bbarreless is a fusion style class with a foundation of Pilates performed to the beat of the music. It has elements of dance, Pilates and Yoga. Classic barre exercises have been adapted to be performed in the center of the room either standing or on the floor. The class is broken down into four blocks with two cardio fusion intervals a short warm-up and simple stretches to complete a total body workout. Each block has a unique focus and goal that incorporating strength, balance, power and flexibility movements. Two of the exercise blocks will use either a band/ball or both, to emphasize control of the body, assist you to do the exercise correctly and/or challenge your body awareness.


Barralates is a workout that combines cardio, dance pilates and ballet moves while utilizing your own weight as a resistance tool. It tones your muscles, increases flexibility, strengthens glutes, arms, legs and torso, corrects your posture, burns fat and improves endurance. We use props such as balls, small hand weights, bands and bars.


This class is designed to build core strength and muscle definition, it gives a total body workout that will strengthen the core, arms, and lower body. With consistent practice muscles become firm, toned and lean, and students start to see more definition in the abdominal muscles and back. Pilates classes help improve coordination, alignment, and joint stability, and are vigorous while remaining highly focused on correct alignment. 


This is a popular full-body workout that uses the suspension of two straps utilizing your own body weight to build muscle while combining cardio with strength training.

Tai Chi

Tai chi is an internal Chinese martial art practiced for both its defense training and its health benefits. It helps you gain self-discipline, better health, self-defense skills, balance and coordination, longevity and inner peace. This practice is used for self-healing, stress relief and to increase energy levels.

Yoga Sculpt

A dynamic, rigorous practice that combines light to heavy hand weights with the strengthening and lengthening benefits of yoga poses and cardio intervals. It promotes a strong core, long and lean muscle mass, fat burning, improved circulation as well as flexibility to facilitate supportive balance for the entire physique. Yoga Sculpt is performed on a yoga mat in a heated room (85-91 degrees). All movements are low to mid impact, which protects your joints and muscles from the pounding of other exercises like running and jumping.

Kids Yoga



Toddler Yoga

In this class parents will use positive touch with their toddler as we exercise, have special hugs and holds, relax, play and bond, but most importantly, have fun together.

This is a family-orientated class where we sit in a circle of parents and tiny yogis and flow through gentle stretching and relaxation techniques that offer the toddler physical stimulation as well as calming them down. Song, rhymes and games are combined to engage the littles in playtime that everyone will enjoy 15 minutes of free play time. Ages 18 months to 3 years welcome.

Kids Yoga (Littles and Kids)

This is a class that is designed specifically for children. It includes poses to increase strength, flexibility, coordination and body awareness. In addition, their sense of calmness and relaxation improves. Classes are intended to be fun and may include age-appropriate games, animal sounds and creative names for poses. The Littles class is for children 4-7 and Kids class is for ages 8-12. 

Baby and Me Yoga

This is a gentle and restorative class that can help reduce stress, improve sleeping patterns and help with baby bonding. Our class is held in a temperature-controlled room and babies 6 weeks to crawling are not just welcomed but required in this yoga practice. BYOB (Bring Your Own Baby).  


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Experience health and wellness transformation through physical practice. We offer over 80 yoga and fitness classes a week at Namaste Fitness.