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Yoga Younion
Class Descriptions

Descriptions are intended to be a guide only.  In any Yoga class students are encouraged to listen to and honor their bodies, doing what they can and letting go of what they cannot yet do.  We strive to provide classes free of judgement and competition.

  1. Chair Class
    True to our belief, Yoga is for every body. Chair class is a class that is accessible to all. Just like it sounds, Chair class is a class utilizing a chair for added support and balance. You will be amazed at how many Yoga poses can be modified using a chair. A perfect class for seniors with a limited range of motion, balance concerns, those recovering from injury or just wanting a very gentle class with out a lot of up and down off the floor. This class is drop in, no sign up required. Class length 1 hour.
  2. Gentle Yoga
    A slower class at a relaxed pace. Gentle Yoga focuses on gentle poses with deep breathing to facilitate relaxation. Lots of modifications offered for different body types. Learn to use props and stay safe and comfortable in each pose. Stretch your body and slow your mind. In this class you will need the ability to move up and down off the floor, but only a few times. An ideal class for most people. This class is beginner friendly, no experience required and is drop in. Length 1 hour.
  3. Slow Flow
    A medium paced class. Slow flow incorporates modified gentle sun salutations. A good class for the student who wants more activity than the gentle class without the challenge of a full Vinyasa Flow. (Vinyasa means to move with breath). Class length one hour.
  4. Flow
    Matching breath with movement, Flow is an active physical class where we move with our breath from one pose to the next (Vinyasa). Bringing our focus to our breath as we move keeps us present on our mats as we release tension in our bodies while building heat and strength. Prerequisites for this class include the ability to get up and down off the floor 10-15 times during the class, as well as the ability to put weight on the knees and hands. Please choose a gentle or chair class if you are unsure which class is right for you. Length 1 hour.
  5. Heated Flow
    Heated Yoga is gaining in popularity due to the benefits of increased circulation and flexibility gained by heating the room. The room is heated to around 85 degrees, so it is cooler than some hot studios, but still allows for the experience of a Yoga class with the benefits of external heat. This is a very active, strength building class. As with all our classes, safety is a priority. Self pacing is encouraged, as is drinking plenty of water and resting as needed. Please do not join Heated Vinyasa class if you are pregnant, diabetic, have cardiovascular or respiratory disease, or have suffered from heat exhaustion. This is a Flow class so we move with our breath. Prerequisites include getting up and down off the floor 10-15 times, and the ability to put weight into your hands and knees. Please make sure you feel comfortable in the regular Flow class before adding heat.
  6. Family Class
    Yoga with your kids! Family class is a great place to connect with your kids through movement. We will modify the class depending on the mixture of people who attend. Class may include traditional yoga poses with partner poses. Activity will be balanced with quiet time. This is a class designed for parents to feel comfortable coming to class with their children ages 5 and up. Due to the age ranges in this class, students are asked to practice patience and know that this is not your typical class. We will learn to embrace a little chaos. Class length is 45 minutes. Monthly sign up required.