Class Descriptions

Power Hour

A faster paced Vinyasa style flow class meant to get your heart rate up and invigorate the mind and body. Modifications are made to suit all individuals regardless of their level of ability.

Buti Yoga

A fusion of tribal dance and dynamic yoga flow designed to bring out your divine feminine power!

Candlelight Yoga and Reiki

A gentle flow style class designed to open up the body and calm the mind followed by complimentary reiki.

Tai Chi for Health

This class combines gentle mindful movement (consider a moving meditation) designed by the Arthritis Foundation.  Appropriate for all levels, but is great for someone new to tai-chi.  Chairs used in this class.

Restorative Yoga

Restorative yoga is a slow paced class suitable for all levels. We use a variety of props to support the body through a gentle asana sequence. Each pose is held for an extended period of time, which allows the muscles to achieve a deep relaxation. A restorative class is a wonderful compliment for individuals with a rigorous physical practice. This class is also suitable for those looking for a chance to slow down, meditate and relax the mind, body and spirit.

Candlelit Community All Levels Flow

This class is a quicker paced flow class with some periods of rest/meditation. Variations of poses are offered to suit individual level. More advanced poses are often explored. Mild focus on alignment with a Vinyasa vibe. Fun and quirky music selection varies by class.

Mommy & Me Yoga

This 50 minute class strives to meet the needs of caregivers and their young children. This class is best suited for infants to age three. This class consists of 30 minutes of yoga poses and interactive instruction followed by  free play and socialization. Coffee and tea is offered for parents after the instruction portion of the class. Babies can be worn in a carrier during parts of the class. Toys and props are provided to keep children engaged.

Family Yoga

A family centered yoga class, incorporating traditional yoga poses, introduction to mindfulness, and fun team building style games. This hour long class is perfect for families with kids of all ages who would like to spend time together while exploring yoga concepts. Bring mom, dad, siblings, and even grandparents!

Mind Body Fitness

This 1 hour class includes movements for strength, stamina, and flexibility, along with mindfulness and awareness techniques for a total mind/body workout.  Leave feeling stronger, more alert and calm.  This class is appropriate if you have had some exercise background.

Beginner/Intermediate Yoga (Level 1/2)

This class level is for students who have foundational knowledge and experience from Level 1 classes. These classes focus on refining basic standing postures and breathwork. With an emphasis on building strength and endurance, the pace of these classes may be quicker with less queuing and shorter rest times in between postures. Depending on the style of the teacher, some chanting, philosophy and meditation may be included.



Move-Flow Breathe

This class is designed to get you out of your head and into your body. Join us as we move from the inside out. Liberate your spirit and cultivate your creativity. Class will begin with a warm-up in which we will sharpen our sense of body alignment as we work on flexibility, strength, coordination and grace. We will explore our individual movement motifs and dance choreographed phrases. We conclude with an ending circle. This class is open to all levels of experience.

Yoga for Functional Fitness (Level 1)

This class is a gentle approach to restoring your body back to the way it was designed to move in the performance of everyday tasks – fluidly – without undue fatigue or pain. This class will incorporate fascial release techniques, “functional” versions of traditional yoga poses, and concepts from the fitness world.





7 Responses to Class Descriptions

  1. Carrie Connor says:

    Hi I am very interested in the tween/teen glow yoga as a birthday party for my daughter and her friends. She will be 13. Is this something you do?

  2. Terri says:

    Hi I was wondering what the cost was for mommy and me yoga? Is it a class we can use the drop in fee for? Thanks!

  3. Megan says:

    Hi! Based on the title and description (Mommy, parent, caregiver) I’m having a little trouble understanding how welcome a stay-at-home-dad would feel. Can you share any insight? Thanks!

    • Megan, I am so sorry, I just saw this! I teach the mommy and me class, and we have actually changed the name to baby and me. We have had one dad in class before (he took over while mom finished out the school year) dad’s are always welcome. -Jillian

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