Class Offerings

Our full-spectrum class roster is designed to grow with you throughout the long lifetime of your practice.  You’ll have the ability to begin as an innocent starter yogi and grow to an adept yogi breaking out into handstands.  Or you just might like to take the chill path and stick to ultra relaxing classes that help you calm and focus.  Either way, we’ve got the class.

Ashtanga Led

In this athletic and demanding style, postures are linked together in a fast paced flow or ‘Vinyasa’, which helps develop a purifying sweat and even, deep breathing.

Ashtanga Mysore
Students are taught the traditional sequences and postures of Ashtanga Yoga one-on-one in a group setting, learning according to their own ability and level. Beginners can expect their first class to last 30-45 minutes with length of practice gradually increasing over time.

Total body conditioning integrating ballet barrework with simple, precise moves that increase balance, strength and flexibility for your optimal posture. Some locations utilize a bar, some do not, but all provide the same leg-shaking workout.


Let loose in our high-energy, conscious movement dance class that builds heat, strength & flexibility.

Fundamentals of Yoga

A free class where you can learn foundational poses, techniques and philosophies.  Class is followed by an informal Q&A to help you select the right classes, yoga etiquette and any other questions on how to get started with a yoga practice.  Appropriate for all fitness levels.

Gentle Yoga

This easy to follow class provides plenty of time for modifications making postures accessible and a great choice for seniors, pregnant women or anyone looking to develop a yoga practice in a slower, supported way. May include breath work and guided meditation.

Hatha Yoga

Drawing on a combination of yoga styles, these well-rounded classes balance, stretch and strengthen the body.

Iyengar Yoga

Named after master Sri. B.K.S. Iyengar, this slower paced class focuses on classic postures and utilizes props to gain a deep awareness of correct alignment and precise actions in the body.


An ancient, esoteric form of yoga, Kundalini aims to release pure concentrated energy from the body so it can be used by the practitioner. Postures and breathing techniques are often practiced with quick, repeated movements to help harness energy and strengthen the nervous system.

Kundalini class can move at a fast pace and include intense breathing, so it is best for students who already comfortable with basic yoga postures.

Pilates Mat

Joseph Pilates created this therapeutic method of precise toning and stretching exercises that stems from a combination of dance and yoga. The movements focus on building core or ‘powerhouse’ strength as the key to good posture and a healthy back. Pilates Mat provides total body conditioning to increase strength, flexibility and endurance emphasizing the alignment of the pelvis and spine as well as conscious breathing for a strong core.

If you’ve always envied the flawless, upright carriage of ballet dancers, you’ll love how Pilates creates long, lean muscles. The slow, targeted movements are also excellent for improving back problems and body awareness.

Postnatal/Baby & Me

Rebuild core strength and relieve neck and shoulder tension while interacting with your baby in a supportive environment. Postnatal classes give new moms a chance to gradually transition back to regular practice. Both moms and dads are welcome. For pre-walkers ages 6 weeks to 2 years.

Prenatal Yoga

Prenatal Yoga provides a safe and calming environment for pregnant women to nurture their bodies during this wondrous time of life. This class will help improve balance, circulation, and toning with postures modified for the needs of each trimester.

The deep breathing you will learn in Prenatal yoga will be a huge help when it’s time to give birth. Get to know other expectant mothers and learn relaxation techniques that will take you far beyond pregnancy.

Restorative Yoga

These classes revitalize the body by increasing circulation to the organs and calming the nervous system. Props are often used to enable a longer respite in the pose soothing the mind and encouraging an inner focus.

Restorative classes are an excellent way to balance out the stress of modern life. Students of every level can benefit from a calmer nervous system, and the gradual deep opening this class provides.


This dynamic resistance training class helps build, lengthen and stretch muscles creating a more functional, balanced body.


This yoga class seeks to provide relief from pain, and support optimal functioning of the joints, muscles and organs. Classes may include both gentle and restorative postures as well as breath and meditation.


Circuit training that integrates strength, flexibility and cardio, utilizing TRX Suspension Trainers, Gliding Discs, and one's own body weight among other tools. This intimate format will help you reach your strength and endurance potential, creating an efficient, lean body. Pre-Registration Required.

Urban Zen

Trained integrative therapists lead these classes which include restorative poses, reiki, breath awareness, healing oils and meditation. Perfect if you are recovering from an illness or just need to be treated with TLC.


A traditional form of yoga developed by T.K.V. Desikachar as a way to improve breathing and encourage meditation.  In this practice, postures are often slowly repeated in rhythm with the breath.

A therapeutic style, Viniyoga is great if you have an illness or injury, or simply appreciate a slow, gentle class.  Postures may be modified to meet the needs of your body and ‘pranayama’ or breath work will be taught.

Vinyasa Flow

This vigorous style of yoga links breath and movement through a nimble sequence of Sun Salutations and postures. Test the edge of your balance and flexibility.

Yin & Yang

Strong, heating Vinyasa flow is combined with the quiet, cooling long holds in relaxing restorative poses. For a completely integrated practice, this class combines a strong, heating, ‘Yang’ vinyasa flow with the quiet, cooling ‘Yin’ aspects of relaxing restorative poses. Yin postures are held longer to cultivate a meditative mindset and deeper physical opening.

Because this class includes a challenging flow sequence, it’s best suited for fit students who are already comfortable practicing vinyasa.

Yin Yoga

In Taoist philosophy, the qualities of Yin are dark, calm, passive and deep. Uses passive postures held for longer periods of time to allow for deep opening in the connective tissue of the hips, pelvis and spine.Based on these principles, Yin Yoga uses passive postures held for longer periods of time to allow for deep opening in the connective tissue of the hips, pelvis and spine. Meditation may be used.

Yin Yoga can be practiced by any level of student. However, Yin-Yang Yoga classes will alternate quiet restorative poses with intense flow sequences and require a higher level of fitness.


Our signature classes balance precise instruction, alignment with breath, and fluid movement. Classes are carefully themed to deepen the students' experience of yoga.  A flow of Sun Salutes and postures are skillfully sequenced, and modifications are used to individualize the practice for each student.  The YogaWorks Teacher Training Program is based on this clear and effective style of practice.

YogaWorks signature classes are paced moderately to vigorously depending upon the level.  As a beginner, you can start with Level 1 and gradually build up to more advanced levels as your practices grows.

YogaWorks Cardio Flow

This energetic class incorporates traditional yoga poses into variable-tempo intervals to increase cardiovascular health and speed up the metabolism helping support weight loss.  This variable-tempo class incorporates traditional yoga poses in the modern interval-cardio style that has been proven to speed metabolism and aid in weight loss.  You’ll alternate getting your heart rate up with fast a sun salute flow, then slow down with longs holds so you can feel those buns burn.

Since this class involves a strength work and a faster pace, its best if you are already comfortable practicing sun salutations and have an intermediate level of fitness.

YogaWorks Flow

This energetic class is based on the same principles and sequencing as our signature class, but more vigorously paced with dynamic transitions through poses.

Since this class involves a strength work and a faster pace, its best if you are already comfortable practicing sun salutations and have an intermediate level of fitness.

YogaWorks Meditation

Mindful practice for cultivating awareness of present moment, body, breath, emotions and thought through conscious relaxation. Comfortable street clothing may be worn, for sitting or lying on a mat.