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Class Descriptions


All Levels Flow This class will move you through a series of poses that connect breath to movement. Breathing will be emphasized as you progress through a flowing sequence of poses to help you get out of your head and into your body. Your practice will grow and your sense of peace and balance will be restored as you flow through the yoga postures  empowered by your breath.

Back to Basics Flow This is a beginner level class designed to to allow time for the additional guidance you need to understand proper alignment and breathing. Back to Basics classes are ideal for beginner yoga students and an excellent opportunity for more seasoned yogis to take a step back, check in with their architecture in basic poses (like chaturunga and down dog) and get the tune-up they need to practice both breath and movement more effectively.

Fusion Flow  Fusion Flow is YHDC Co-Owner Amy Rizzotto’s signature class which brings together the best of yoga, martial arts and plyometrics** for a high intensity, mixed movement interval workout. This fun and challenging class is geared towards building strength, power and stability in your body. Fusion Flow will take your out of your head and into your body. This class will make you sweat, keep you on your toes and leave you feeling the burn.

**Plyometrics are not for those with orthopedic limitations.

Pre-natal Flow This class gets mommas moving with gentle vinyasa yoga. Attending this class regularly throughout your pregnancy and in the months after your baby’s arrival will keep you active and help your mind and body prepare for childbirth, postnatal recovery and beyond. No previous yoga experience is needed.

*It is recommended that pregnant women check with their doctor before participating in any form of exercise (including yoga) and that all post-natal mamas get clearance before resuming exercise.

Yin Yin Yoga is a slow, deep and calming practice. All poses focus on stretching the connective tissue (fascia, tendons and ligaments). All poses have longer holds to effect the connective tissue of the hips, thighs, back, neck and shoulders. This class will calm and balance your body and mind, increase mobility and flexibility, lower stress levels and promote relaxation. It may help those coping with anxiety, migraines and muscle fatigue as well. Yin is a great complement to yang classes like Power Flow and Hot Flow and will vastly improve your ability and comfort to sit for meditation.

Pilates Mat-based Pilates is a system of controlled exercises that engage the mind and condition the total body. The blend of strength and flexibility training improves posture, reduces stress and creates long, lean muscles. Pilates takes a balanced approach so that no muscle group is overworked and the body moves as a system.

Family Time Yoga This class is designed for kids from 6 months to 4 years. We’ll play and practice yoga for movers, crawlers and toddlers, along with parents, families and/or caregivers. This class explores yoga songs, dance, relaxation and play in order to promote neuromuscular and social-emotional development. Each class will provide you and yours’ the opportunity to explore creative ways to cultivate connection and awareness in a nurturing, loving and playful environment.

Beats Flow Kick-start your weekend with a Friday evening Hip Hop, Dance, and R&B yoga class. This class is a fun, powerful, and amped-up flow, promising to leave you sweaty and ready to dance the night away (perhaps after a shower!).

Rocket Yoga, also known as ‘The Rocket’, is a style of yoga developed by Larry Schultz in San Francisco during the 1980s. Rocket Yoga is rooted in the Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga practice of yoga.[1] It is combined with and restructured from the Primary and Intermediate Series of Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga as well as key postures from the 3rd and 4th advanced series of Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga. Schultz’s yoga was first called “Rocket Yoga” by Bob Weir of The Grateful Dead, because Weir said, “It gets you there faster.”

Sivananda Yoga is a traditional Hatha-style practice named after the great spiritual master, Swami Sivananda.  This is a meditative, slow-paced class aimed at centering and balancing the mind and body. The asana practice moves down the spine opening energetic and physiological centers of the body, as well as increases flexibility, aids in detoxification, and stimulates the circulatory, immune, and endocrine systems. A Sivananda yoga class incorporates deep breathing, physical exercise, and deep relaxation to provide a mindful and restorative means of practicing yoga.

Baby & Me Yoga Baby & Me Yoga is a blend of yoga and strength training where your baby is your weight! The focus is on strength, balance, and cardio, helping you get stronger as your baby grows. Babies are not left out of this workout – songs, movement and yoga moves just for baby are also built into this one hour class, helping you bond with baby, learn how to move with your baby, and meet other moms in a family friendly environment. This class is suitable for babies 6 weeks to crawling.