Learn to connect with the earth’s energy to become more rooted and vital. Connect your mind, body and soul. See Yoga Shedule for a class that will fit your time and your needs.
Anusara Yoga: A Hatha yoga system where the human spirit powerfully blends with the science of biomechanics and the universal principles of alignment. This non-dual Tantric philosophy is epitomized by a “celebration of the heart”. Come and explore the possibilities!
Ashtanga Yoga: Strength, stamina and sweat are unique aspects of this traditional yoga practice taught in a sequential order, focusing on detoxification and body alignment. Great for highly-disciplined yoga practitioners!
De-stress/Restore: This class offers you the opportunity to release the stress of the day while restoring the mind and body for optimal performance upon your return to the office.
Energy Yoga: A life force enhancement practice to harmonize and balance the energy of the body. It combines a vigorous traditional Hatha Yoga practice with Qi Gong (pronounced Chi Kung) exercises and meditation to promote relaxation, vital energy cultivation, and well being. Guaranteed to energize people of all fitness levels!
Gentle Yoga: Designed for those who need time to relax, de-stress or get an energy boost, this class follows a slower but just as effective practice to strengthen the muscles while calming the body and mind. No yoga experience required!
Lunchtime Yoga: This one-hour lunchtime class is designed for participants of all fitness levels so as to offer an option to “break from the workplace” and nurture the body and soul. You may walk in or out as needed to suit your work schedule.
Power Flow Yoga: Take yoga to the next level in this intense workout which combines Ashtanga and Vinyasa Flow disciplines with intermediate-advanced poses. Recommended for yoga practitioners who are ready to take their practice to the next level! Two levels are available for this practice.
Rise & Shine Yoga: Begin your day with guided imagery, meditation and a blending of your spiritual-self with the universal principles of body alignment.
Vinyasa Yoga: Geared primarily towards students who are somewhat new to yoga (optional poses will be offered for the more advanced practitioner.) Vinyasa means “breath synchronized with movement” and will harness the power of breath to flow through movements for the entire class. Finish with a relaxation that will leave you refreshed and renewed.
A teacher of movement and dance as well as a student of yoga and meditation for the past 20 years, Carol earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Dance and Kinesiology from UCLA, while performing as a modern dancer and choreographer. As the Director of Training and Developer of Classes for Jane Fonda’s Workouts, Carol was instrumental in the development of the influential fitness programs that reintroduced a whole generation to the health benefits of movement. Carol’s commitment to yoga and love of movement led her to begin studying Anusara Yoga in 2003 with John Friend (Founder of Anusara Yoga). Inspired by Anusara Yoga’s Tantric yoga philosophy and powerful Universal Principles of Alignment, Carol has found greater expansion in her practice and teaching. Carol’s goal is to create an opportunity for students to experience a deeper and vaster space within, enabling them to open their hearts and connect with their inner power and wisdom.
Certified Anusara teacher, Christy, a student of yoga since 1988, emphasizes playful exploration of Anusara's precise alignment principles. As a classically trained homeopath, she is enthusiastic about the transformative healing capacities of the Anusara practice. She continues her extensive training in teaching and therapeutics with John Friend, the founder of Anusara yoga, and also assists him in national and international workshops. In her distinctly vibrant way, Christy encourages students to mine the depths of their own strength and potential, resulting in an uplifting and energizing yoga experience.
Beatriz, Phoenix Rising Certified Yoga Teacher, attended her first yoga class in Bali, Indonesia while working as a business consultant. Since then, she has practiced and studied different styles of yoga including Integral, Asthanga, Vinyasa, Anusara and Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy. An injury to her sacrum iliac catalyzed her interest in the scientific studies of Anatomy and Physiology. She then integrated those studies with the holistic approach of Yoga Therapy. Her studies in Yoga Anatomy were primarily under Tias little and Gary Kraftsow. Along with her Yoga Therapy studies, she also developed a yoga program for back pain, which is designed to assist students in exploring the alternatives to drugs and surgery for the relief of certain back-related physical conditions. Beatriz Osorio is now dedicated to teaching Therapeutic Yoga modalities. She works with private clients and delivers workshops and Yoga classes at several wellness centers, rehabilitation centers, and yoga studios throughout the United States and abroad.