Upcoming Events:

  • Mar 20
    two rollers


    Time:  6:30pm—7:30pm

    Designed to reconnect the whole-body communication, rebalance the nervous system, rehydrate the connective tissue, and release compression in joints using specialized techniques including soft body rollers and balls

  • Mar 21
    individual sitting in front of a sunset

    Mindful Movement and Meditation

    Time:  5:00pm—6:00pm

    A combination of slow restorative flow and mindfulness meditation. Participants will be able to explore the connection between breath and movement in effort to reduce stress

  • Mar 22
    person in a lunge yoga pose

    Vinyasa Yoga

    Time:  5:00pm—6:00pm

    Connecting movement and breath, this medium paced Vinyasa class takes you through a guided flow of traditional yoga poses that will open, release, strengthen and detoxify your body from the inside out and calm your nervous system.

  • Mar 23
    yoga class

    Hatha Yoga with Shaka

    Time:  6:30pm—7:30pm

    Join Shaka for a Combination of Yoga poses and Mindfulness practices

  • Mar 21
    person meditating with sunset

    Koru Mindfulness Practice-drop-in

    Time:  3:00pm—4:00pm

    Drop in to learn and practice Koru Mindfulness practices

  • Mar 22
    Yoga pose

    Yin Yoga

    Time:  1:30pm—2:30pm

    Slow paced style of yoga in which asanas (postures) are held for a slightly longer period of time to promote calm and stress reduction.

  • Mar 23
    person in yoga pose

    Vinyasa Flow

    Time:  3:00pm—4:00pm

    Build physical and mental strength as you flow through a series of poses, linking movement to breath. While this is an invigorating practice, it will also help to calm the nervous system and reduce stress.

  • Mar 24
    Restorative Yoga

    Gentle Flow Yoga

    Time:  1:00pm—2:00pm

    Slow and gentle yoga that will target your deep connective tissues and bones. Each pose will be held for a slightly longer period allowing you to stretch and lengthen those rarely used tissues, and provide the space to tune into your mind and physical sensations and connect movement with breath