CLASSES WE OFFER
Yoga Bliss was founded as a Vinyasa Flow studio but we offer a wide range of classes and different types of yoga. We also offer Tai Chi & Pilates. Check out what we offer and find your bliss in your own unique way.
Yoga Fundamentals “The Beginner Class”– Alignment-based Yoga. Props are used to assist students in aligning their bodies properly in postures. This class is great for both beginners and intermediate students alike. It’s always good to get back to the basics.
Beginner Vinyasa Flow – For students who are new to yoga or have had minimal practice. These classes follow a basic flow of postures.
Warm Vinyasa Flow – Warm classes are heated up to 80 degrees and hotter. As a tip please drink as much water as you can before or after class and please refrain from eating two hours prior. These classes explore inversions, arm balances, and other advanced postures; however, modifications are always offered. Level 2+
Midday Vinyasa Flow – There will be an emphasis on using the awareness of breath and sensation as a guide to cultivate openness, stability, and strength inside the mind and body. A quick and powerful Vinyasa Flow to battle the midday monotony and to restore you for the rest of the day. Open to all levels.
Open Level Vinyasa – For students who are new to yoga or have had minimal practice AND for students who have experience and are interested in advancing their practice. These classes follow a basic flow of postures while incorporating more challenging postures, including inversions and arm balances; however, modifications are always offered.
Ashtanga Yoga – A dynamic sequence created by Sri. K. Pattabhi Jois which features six different series. At Yoga Bliss we teach the Primary Series with Sun Salutations A & B at the beginning to warm the body, a standing sequence for improved balance, a seated sequence for improved flexibility, and a meditation & breath control sequence at the end to cool back down. This is an intermediate level class and previous yoga experience or teacher approval is required to participate. We think you will enjoy this sweaty practice and challenging pace.
Restorative Yoga – Restorative yoga helps us learn to relax and rest deeply and completely. Props such as bolsters, blankets, blocks, straps, and pillows are utilized to support the body in the postures to help reach a deeper sense of relaxation. Restorative classes are great for beginner and advanced practitioners.
Yin Yoga – Most forms of yoga today are dynamic, active practices designed to work only half of our body, the muscular half, the “yang” tissues. Yin Yoga allows us to work the other half, the deeper “yin” tissues of our ligaments, joints, deep fascial networks, and even our bones. All of our tissues are important and need to be exercised so that we can achieve optimal health and vitality. Yin Yoga is primarily a series of seated postures that are held between 3-5 minutes. It is a deeply relaxing class that requires stillness and ease of mind.
Kundalini Yoga – Kundalini yoga is the Yoga of awareness. Each class is a unique experience, blending asana (postures), pranayam (breath), mantra (sacred sound) and meditation in unique proportions. Classes are accompanied by the deeply healing sound vibration of live gong. Each class is an opportunity to transform one’s awareness, go deeply within and live your truth. Come join us and celebrate our authentic wisdom and one-ness
Pilates – Pilates is a system of exercising that strengthens the whole body using a wide variety of exercises. It focuses on centering, concentration, control, precision, breath, and flow. If you are interested in toning your core, this class is for you!
Prenatal – Yoga during pregnancy supports a natural process of change in the body and can help women maintain strength, develop body awareness, and open to the healing potential of gestation and birth.
Gentle Stretching encourage stretching, centering, grounding, balance, and breath.
Vocal Toning joins mind with the pulse of the moment to reduce pain and encourage calm.
Meditation cultivates confidence, presence, and relaxation.
Tai Chi is a Chinese exercise that uses slow, smooth body movements to achieve relaxation and stability of both the body and mind. Different styles practiced at Yoga Bliss include: Tai Chi for arthritis, Sun 73, and Yang 24.