Sarva means all, whole, or complete. We believe that everyone, every body, regardless of shape, size, fitness, or flexibility, can benefit from an effective yoga practice focused on posture, alignment, breath, and pose modifications to suit each practitioner. Come experience the benefits that yoga, meditation, and mindfulness can bring to your body, your mind, and your life.
holiday class schedule
Labor Day Weekend Class Schedule
Saturday, 8/31 (one class)
Sarva Yoga (All-Levels), 7:45 AM - 9:00 AMwith Christina
Sunday, 9/1 (one class)
Holiday Yoga, 9:00 AM - 10:30 AMwith Nicole
All-levels yoga followed by an optional 20-minute meditation to ground and relax you for your holiday activities.
"The team found that among people with a mean age of 60 years or over, practicing yoga — compared with not engaging in physical activity — helped improve their physical balance, flexibility of movement, and limb strength. It also reduced depression, improved sleep quality, and boosted their vitality."
Mondays and Fridays, 6:30 AM - 7:30 AM
Welcome the new day with an invigorating gift to yourself (and your partner, your body). Sunrise Yoga is an all-levels early-morning class that offers the perfect start for your day.
This workshop introduces beginners to the practice and benefits of yoga. Once a week for four weeks, we'll explore yoga poses and sequences with a focus on alignment, breath, and pose modifications that will tailor your practice to your skill level and abilities. Ideal for anyone interested in discovering the many benefits that yoga can bring to life.
Oct 6 — Oct 27, 2019 (4) Sundays, 12:30PM - 2:00PM
This four-week workshop explores the benefits of mindfulness and teaches practices for developing and incorporating mindfulness into daily life. Practice mindfulness meditation, mindful yoga, and mindful communication skills. Bring the benefits of mindfulness to your relationships, to your work, and to your life.
Ease into a regular yoga practice with gentler classes with a focus on pose structure and modification, breath, alignment, and class flow. Four to eight beginners' classes will prepare you for any all-levels yoga class. Even more practiced yogis will benefit from the in-depth instruction on the dynamics of an effective yoga practice.