that’s morning flow

morning flow class

A class for all levels – flow through a sequence of poses guided by the breath. Poses will help strengthen the core, increase flexibility, and bring the mind and body into balance. Meditation and breathwork round out this full practice. Leave class feeling energized and ready to take on your day.

that’s qigong

Qigong, pronounced “chi gong,” was developed in China thousands of years ago as a part of traditional Chinese medicine. It involves using exercises to optimize energy within the body, mind, and spirit, with the goal of improving and maintaining health and well-being. Qigong has both psychological and physical components, and involves the regulation of the mind, breath, and posture. Qigong is a standing practice that is similar to Tai Chi and is great for all fitness levels.

that’s restorative

restorative class

Restore balance in the nervous system with the use of fully supported postures, mantra, and breathing techniques. Calm the nervous system while creating deep relaxation.

that’s yin

Yin yoga involves holding poses for minutes at a time. It is slow and meditative, and primarily benefits your deep connective tissues (fascia, ligaments, and joints). Staying in poses for 2-7 minutes allows your connective tissue to lengthen, flexibility to increase, circulation to improve, and stress levels to drop. Our sessions will frequently focus on heart-opening poses and will always be adapted to your unique body.

that’s beginner’s yoga

New to yoga? Has it been a few years since you’ve practiced? Just want some refreshers on the basics? This class is for you. Class will include breathwork practice, an introduction to the more common yoga poses, and some easy balance poses.
You don’t have to be a beginner! This class is suitable for all levels, but is geared toward those new to yoga or renewing their practice.

that’s vinyasa flow

A class for all levels – flow through a sequence of poses guided by the breath. Poses will help strengthen the core, increase flexibility, and bring the mind and body into balance. Meditation and breathwork round out this full practice.

that’s power yoga

Class will start with a gentle warm up to shift the mind and body to the mat. Then we’ll move and breathe mindfully, progressing to a more dynamic flow that synchronizes movement with breath. Some classes incorporate fun (and optional) inversions and arm balances! This class can help improve strength, balance, and flexibility, all while holding space for each person to honor their own body.

that’s mindful resilience flow

Be prepared for a mindful vinyasa flow integrating the fundamentals of yoga through intelligent sequencing built around sun salutations with a focus on creating endurance, strength, and balance in a gentle, nurturing manner. This class allows more time in each pose to truly experience the effects of dynamic alignment and connection to the breath, inviting you to establish a source of strength and resilience on and off your mat. Restorative poses create a long, slow extension of the body, unwinding of compacted fascia, and releasing of muscles and tension. Bits of ancient wisdom, poetry, and music inspire a balance between physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being.

that’s intro to hatha

That’s Intro to Hatha is a gentle approach to hatha, focusing on posture and breathing techniques. Postures will focus on body awareness, and alignment geared to nourish the body and move at a slower pace than a traditional vinyasa class. Class ends with a relaxing guitar savasana and will prepare students new to hatha for That’s Hatha.

that’s hatha

That’s Hatha Yoga brings a balanced hatha approach, focusing on posture and breathing techniques. Postures are held for a longer period of time than a traditional vinyasa flow class, focusing on the proper alignment and subtle nuances of each pose. Students will be reminded about the intricacies of breath, body awareness, alignment, and functional movement. Class ends with a relaxing guitar savasana.

that’s asana exploration

Join Tricia for 60 minutes of exploring variations of yoga asanas (postures) to notice what feels best for YOUR body. The focus in this class will be to experience the benefits of using props and alternative approaches to the physical practice of yoga. Come discover an awareness of how yoga should FEEL with no worries about how we think it should LOOK.

that’s chair

That’s Chair is a gentle form of yoga that is done while seated or using the chair for balance. Using a chair makes the practice more accessible, allowing students to move into warrior poses, sun salutations, and forward folds, all while seated. Breathwork and meditation are also included in this full practice.

that’s evening flow

Created to help you wind down from the stress of the day and regulate your nervous system. Evening yoga starts with gentle movement linked with breath to help focus the mind and move energy in the body. Restorative poses and meditation to calm the nervous system and relax tired muscles round out this practice. Class ends with a long savasana and all the hands-on touches you have come to love in our restorative classes. This class is perfect for all levels and very beginner friendly.

mindful resilience class

that’s kundalini fusion

Experience the harmonious blend of Vinyasa and Kundalini yoga in our Fusion Yoga class. This unique practice combines the fluidity and dynamic postures of Vinyasa with the powerful energy and spiritual awakening of Kundalini. Participants will flow through sequences that strengthen the body, increase flexibility, and promote mindfulness, all while harnessing the transformative energy of Kundalini. Join us for a class that harmonizes movement, breath, and inner vitality, leaving you refreshed and balanced.

mindful resilience class

that’s yoga nidra

Yoga Nidra is a state of consciousness, sometimes referred to as yogic sleep. The goal of Yoga Nidra techniques is the intermediate state between waking and the dreaming state known as true Yoga Nidra. Yoga Nidra cultivates a profound quiet, deep relaxation and inner stillness. The practice has many benefits on the physical, mental and spiritual level. Please join Sarah Smith-Paugh, LMT and RYT as she guides you through an hour long Nidra practice. Sarah will spend a few minutes at the beginning of class to briefly overview the benefits of yoga Nidra, followed by a 45-55 minute Nidra where students will find a restorative position to rest.