Yoga Class Descriptions

Ageless Yoga

Ageless yoga is for anyone who would like to become more flexible, and for those who might prefer to do yoga while sitting in a chair instead of getting down on the ground. Chairs are available and can be used as we work to improve flexibility, to aid in improving  flexibility, concentration, strength, and reducing stress and joint strain.


The magic of this class is available when you step on your mat. This invigorating yet peaceful class is designed to elevate your heart rate while providing a fluid transition from one posture to the next. In 60 minutes you can clear your mind and strengthen your body.

Slow Flow

No experience or flexibility is required to practice Beginners Slow Flow Gentle Yoga. This class is designed specifically for those new to yoga or those who are interested in a gentle practice. Slow Flow incorporates gentle flowing sequences where poses are held longer taking several rounds of breath in each pose. The pace is meditative, emphasizing peace and calm in body and mind.


Enjoy the quiet comfort of candlelight in this gentle, meditative, and peaceful practice yoga practice. You will be guided through restorative postures that will leave you feeling relaxed in body and mind as you head home to sleep.


Wowza is how you will feel after an hour of Power Yoga. Designed to incorporate athleticism with vinyasa this class is a vigorous-sweaty good time! The hour is spent focusing on developing muscle strength and improving cardiovascular endurance while flowing from one posture to the next—most often transitioning one breath to one movement.

DDP Yoga

I am a DDPY Level 1 Instructor-In-Training. After 10 years in the Army, I needed a form of exercise that was easy on my joints but still gave me a good cardio workout. Through 3 years of DDPY and incremental changes in nutrition, I have lost weight, gained muscle, and feel better than ever physically and mentally. I am excited to bring sustainable, safe, and effective workouts to people of all ages, experience, and fitness levels. — Ryan Hoefs

Yin Yoga

Yin yoga is a quiet contemplative practice.

It targets the deepest connective tissues of the body— ligaments, joints, bones, the deep fascia networks of the body and the meridians. Poses are held for 3-10 minutes to allow the body to adapt and release. Yin is a great practice to increase flexibility while immersed in a quiet soothing space. 

All Levels Flow

This class is designed for anyone who practices yoga. Joleen will provide guidance on pose variations so you can make the best choice for your experience level. There are lots of creative ways to add difficulty and moderation.

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