Practice connects you to the grace of your being.
12:00Regular Weekly Classes
Space is limited so sign up in advance via the link above. The door will be locked when class begins.
We are located at 219 Summit Avenue. Greensboro NC, 27401
12:15-1:00pm Midday Space for Breath and Movement
5:30-6:30pm All Levels Flow - Michaela
6:45-7:45pm Intermediate Flow - Tony
6:00-7:00pm Beginner Yoga - Lance
7:15-8:15pm BoxingYoga™ - Lance
12:15-1:00pm Midday Space for Breath and Movement
5:45-6:45pm Mindful Vinyasa - Olivia
7pm-8pm Gentle/Restorative - Michaela
5:45-6:45pm VinYin - Amber
7:15-8:15pm Slow Hatha Flow - Janis
5:30-6:30pm Food and Flow Vinyasa - Sheri
7:15-8:15pm Free/Donation Community Class - Teacher Rotates
9:30-10:30am Vinyasa Flow - Lance
11:00am-12:00pm Warm Mindful Balance - Vanessa
4:00-5:00pm Deep Stretch and Slow Flow - Kristy
Once a month, 6-8pm Full Moon Kundalini Workshop with Joti Kaur
9/22, 10/27, 11/17, (and Sun 12/23 3:00-4:30pm). Suggested $20 donation.
9:00am-10:00am Yoga Sweat Hybrid - Brittany
5:00-6:00pm All Levels Flow - Michaela
Beginner Yoga: A beginner friendly class that all levels can benefit from. Each class will consist of some flow and focus on alignment and increasing flexibility.
Boxing Yoga™: "Born in a boxing club, BoxingYoga™ focuses on streamlined activity, directly targeting improved sporting performance. A BoxingYoga™ class merges boxing technique with traditional and innovative yoga postures in a 60-minute class format. The four stages of the class are performed in one continuous movement sequence to music, with intensity adapted to participant's needs and ability. BoxingYoga™ methodically strengthens and stretches the entire body and offers practitioners a considered approach to explore coordination, body awareness and correct posture alignment. As a result, BoxingYoga™ helps to drastically shorten recovery time and cultivates relaxation and muscular tension release to prevent injuries and optimize a healthy body and mindset." (All levels)
Deep Stretch and Slow Flow – This all levels class allows the student to enjoy deep, opening postures and slower, flowing movements. Some postures will be held, giving you a chance to connect with your breath and
gain a deeper understanding of the poses. This class will help you release stress and tension and restore your mind, body, and soul.
Free/Donation Community Class: Great for all levels. Our teachers rotate leading this class. Learn proper alignment, where to focus effort and where to find release. Classes are either free of charge or by donation.
Food and Flow Vinyasa: This class is for anyone wishing to kick off a healthy weekend! First, find a playful Vinyasa flow designed to strengthen, lengthen, and leave you feeling refreshed. Then, during the last 5 minutes of class, we'll get cozy, enjoy a snack, and discuss a topic in Ayurveda and/or Nutrition.
Gentle/Restorative: This class includes a little bit of gentle movement and a series of supported restorative poses to take you to a deep, peaceful place. This class is very slow and many of the poses are held for a long time so that you can settle in and soak up the benefits of rest. (All levels)
Intermediate Flow: Is an energetic practice that builds endurance, strength and flexibility. This class may involve some more challenging postures and sequences, possibly including inversions or arm balances. All yogis are welcome to come and go at their own pace.
Kundalini Yoga: Not your typical asana class! Each monthly workshop will include breathing techniques (pranayam), an exercise set (kriya), deep relaxation, and meditation. Kundalini Yoga is a practical technology to quickly create emotional peace. The sequences in Kundalini Yoga are designed to be practiced by people of all ages and abilities, including those of us who are introverted, overweight, or self-critical. (ESPECIALLY those of us who are self-critical!) As an added treat during our monthly Kundalini Yoga event, the teacher will play a 26” Chinese Gong during the relaxation.
Midday Space for Breath and Movement: Come take a break on your lunch hour or in the middle of your day to find calmness and connection. This is an all-levels vinyasa flow class, where we will move with breath, learn and experience new postures, build core strength, and care deeply for ourselves by letting go of the work day and turning within. You’ll return to your day's activities refreshed and energized!
Mindful Vinyasa: Traditional Vinyasa Krama incorporates syncing or connecting the breath (every inhale and exhale) with each flowing movement and pose. Mindful Vinyasa follows a traditional vinyasa krama model of an energetic and flowing practice but further encourages the yoga practitioner to dive deeper into a mindful and present state of awareness on the mat. Combining the benefits of an active and awakening practice with a grounding meditative state, this class allows the student to go deeper within, letting their spirit and breath sustain their physical poses. Incorporating meditation and pranayama (breath), a goal of this style is to build strength, flexibility, and endurance through a (asana) flowing practice, while also instilling deep self-reflection, as well as a metta philosophy on loving-kindness for self and others. This class is appropriate for all levels with modifications provided for beginners or those with limited mobility, as well as options to take the pose to a more challenging level for more seasoned practitioners. ALL are welcome to experience the benefits of this style of yoga.
Power Flow: This class is for new yogis who are looking for a physical challenge and for experienced yogis who wish
to strengthen their bodies. This class will increase flexibility, fire up the core muscles, and build
stamina… and we’ll have fun while doing it. We’ll be focusing on the foundational postures with
correct execution in order to create growth in the student’s abilities.
Slow Hatha Flow: Is a mindful flow, working on stability, strength and alignment while easing from asana to asana. Appropriate for all levels.
Vinyasa Flow: Is an energetic practice, based on a Vinyasa (connected or flowing movement incorporating breath) style of Yoga, which builds endurance, strength and flexibility - great for anyone interested in an active, flowing practice.
VinYin: The first part of this class is vinyasa flow (see above). The second part is Yin yoga. Yin Yoga focuses on the connective tissues of the body through postures that are held in stillness and mindful awareness for several minutes at a time. The idea is to slow down, rest, and stretch deeply in both your body and mind. The longer holds and meditative nature of the practice will challenge your mind and help you find more balance in your life. It is not always easy to shift from yang to yin, from active to passive, but we all need a balance of both in our lives, and with practice it gets easier to find your sweet spot, or return to it when life gets unbalanced. A great compliment to more yang styles of exercise like flow yoga, running, or biking, Yin Yoga provides a greater sense of groundedness, release, peace, and calm. Props make the practice accessible to people of all abilities, including those new to yoga.
Yoga Sweat Hybrid: The bridge between a mindful yoga practice and a sweat-inducing interval strength training session! This class offers a hybrid of cardio intervals, resistance work, and strengthening yoga poses to leave you feeling stronger after each sweat session!
Warm Mindful Balance
If “hot” yoga seems too intense, begin with “warm” yoga. This class will help you gain strength, flexibility and balance. With the temperature between 75-80 degrees, your body will move more fluidly, release tension and toxins, and burn calories. Including mediation to center our minds, tennis ball foot prep, and Sun Salutation As, you will be ready to mindfully balance through the rest of the class. All levels welcome. Modifications will be offered. Standing, sitting, or child’s pose, along with breathing deeply are encouraged if you feel off balance during the class.
**Preparation: To get your body ready for the heat, drink plenty of water before you arrive. Small sips of water are encouraged at specific times during class. Depending on your body, have a light snack (or nothing) an hour before class begins.
**What To Wear: Light clothing. Tanks or tees, shorts or short yoga pants. Bandana or headband if you like. It is helpful to remove any jewelry and watches. Slip resistant socks are ok, but regular socks are not recommended.
**What to Bring: Yoga mat, large towel for your mat or slip resistant mat towel, an extra towel for your hands.