Jump into divine play with us!
Take our signature House Flow class or choose from many other offerings.
60-90 minutes (see schedule for class lengths)
This is our classic, open-level Vinyasa Flow class. In it, we honor the infinite possibility inherent in each breath as we move through an asana practice that is equal parts challenging and sweet. Asana practice becomes a transformational and healing experience when it is intimately tied to meditative awareness and breath. Although the class is physically rigorous, we offer modifications to accommodate your level of experience.
New to yoga or just want to take a refresher? The beginner Vinyasa class is a slower-paced class intended for those who want to learn the fundamentals of a Vinyasa practice or to remember the basics of postures and alignment. The instructor will offer hands-on adjustments and posture modifications to accommodate new or tighter bodies. Feel free to use blocks and straps, available free of charge. Your instructor is happy to answer your questions.
Open to all levels, we ask for a donation of $5 or more for this fun, inviting class designed to make yoga accessible to anyone who’s curious! Suitable for new practitioners and anyone else.
As the foundation to all else in yoga asanas, core strength makes not just poses but daily life feel easier. With flowing Vinyasa sequences, this class incorporates core-strengthening transitions and postures that target your abdominals, obliques, spine, pelvic floor and shoulder girdle. And, as important as strengthening the core muscles, we’ll also practice melty postures to ease those same muscles groups. You’ll find you’ll stand taller, feel stronger, and exude confidence. The class is fun and challenging, but we encourage you to take a pace that suits your body’s needs.
Flow & Restore
This evening class balances the the activity of our signature open-level House Flow in the first 60 minutes of class with the stillness and releasing of restorative and yin postures in the last 30 minutes of class. Feel like you’ve had the complete yoga experience and end your day with this perfect combination.
A challenging Vinyasa Flow class that incorporates inversions and arm balances throughout. Expect a strong flow, some wall work, and partner play. We set an intention each week derived from yogic philosophy. All who are willing are welcome: If you love attempting arm balances and handstands, even if you can’t yet execute them (!!), you should absolutely try this class.
Gentle Yoga is designed for anyone who would like to practice at a careful, soothing, conscientious pace. It is especially suited to: seniors; those recovering from injury; those who suffer from arthritis or other ailments that prevent full range of motion; those who are very tight; and those who are overweight. Students have reported feeler better, lighter, and younger after beginning a weekly gentle yoga regimen. Don’t let bodily limitations prevent you from enjoying the physical and emotional benefits of a yoga practice.
This class is dedicated to the sacred practice of Ashtanga Yoga. It is a led Ashtanga class where we will do the Primary Series, or Yoga Chikitsa, at each class. This is an active practice and it’s best to have some yoga experience. Read more about this style of yoga here. We also host a monthly Intro to Asthanga Course and a weekly Beginners Asthanga class for those who are newer to the practice.
This class honors the Ashtanga Yoga tradition as taught by Sri K. Pattabhi Jois. Arrive together and join in the opening chant together, but the practice in the Mysore setting is led by your own individual rhythm while under the supervision of the instructor in the room. Practice the Asthanga sequence at your own pace, and receive individual hands-on assists and verbal guidance when needed to help you dive deeper into your own personal practice but still feel the energy of practicing in a group setting. If you’re new to the Asthanga practice, we recommend our monthly Intro to Asthanga Course.
LGBTQ+Ally Community Yoga
Are you LGBTQ and seeking a comfortable environment to learn the basics of yoga? We’re excited to offer this open, beginners class in collaboration with the Hudson Valley LGBTQ Community Center. Hosted in our wheelchair-accessible Uptown studio location and open to LGBTQ community members and allies; $5 suggested donation. Join us as we learn the fundamentals of a yoga practice in a supportive and affirming environment.
QiGong is the cultivation (gong) of the vital, universal force within and around us (qi.) Many people are familiar with Tai Chi- a standing form of QiGong. QiGong often involves making slow movements, being still, stimulating and stretching parts of yourself- all with relaxed attention. Standing, sitting, or laying down, in this class we will learn from the Ling Gui International Healing QiGong School and Turtle Longevity QiGong. For thousands of years we have used QiGong to improve circulation, increase self-awareness, and cultivate self-acceptance.
This class provides a peaceful atmosphere to allow the body, mind, and spirit to rejuvenate itself. Props (blankets and blocks) are used to prevent stress on the body. The mind finds space through the breath to be open to new ideas and patterns. Balancing the body and mind through the breath allows the nervous system to relax and the immune system to function better. When you leave a class you will feel at ease physically and emotionally.
This Vinyasa Flow class honors the spirit of unwinding by taking it slow and deep. We move at a sweet and mindful pace, building a slow-burning heat that prepares the body for opening and lengthening. Toward the end of class, we hold a few restorative poses in order to experience relaxation, creating a transformative effect on body and spirit. Leave feeling lighter, more joyous, and centered.
Stretch & Strengthen
Work at a slow and steady pace to develop strength, flexibility and balance; explore conscious breathing and relaxation techniques to calm the nervous system and deepen self-awareness. Suitable for all levels. If you’re new to practice or returning after a break due to illness/injury, this class is for you!
Yin & Restore
An all-levels, slow-paced class focused on deep stretches and longer holds — a perfect complement to the active, fast-paced lives many of us lead and to the more muscular practices of yoga. Yin & Restore encourages you to relax and restore the body, mind, and spirit through active relaxation and practiced stillness. With the support of props and fewer-but-longer holds, beginners and longtime practitioners alike can release built-up tension by accessing the deep connective tissue , calming the nervous system with patience and presence.
Y12SR: Yoga of 12 Step Recovery
Y12SR is an innovative addiction relapse prevention program that integrates the wisdom of yoga and the practical tools of 12-Step recovery programs. Guided by its theme “The Issues Live In the Tissues,” Y12SR is a meeting and a yoga practice. The time together will include a 12-Step-like sharing circle, and a yoga asana (movement), pranayama (breathwork) and meditation session. The yoga asana practice offered is designed to be accessible to all bodies and levels of yoga experience.
Y12SR is open to all persons who suffer with addiction as well as to those who love them. This is an open and inclusive group. EVERYONE is welcome. You do not have to be a member of a 12-step group to attend. It is offered as an adjunct — not a replacement — to regular addiction recovery work. The principles of safety and anonymity are upheld by Y12SR.
What is Y12SR? Read about the organization here.
Please try to arrive 10 minutes before the class start time.