Class Descriptions

Infinity Yoga classes are held in the studio next door to the clinic. With hardwood floors, a quiet atmosphere, and a full set of equipment for yogis of all levels, it’s a perfect environment for getting the most out of your practice.

Tuesday 9:30am Thursday 5:00pm

This is a very basic introduction to Yoga. This class is intended to meet you where YOU are. This class will break down the barriers we place on ourselves while building our confidence as we learn more about each pose. Learn the benefits of the pose as well as play and embrace how your individual(continued →) Learn more→

Tuesdays, 5:45-6:45pm

Vinyasa style, linking breath to movement in a flowing sequence. This 1-hour class will build heat and strength, while promoting flexibility and balance. Calming poses to ensure grounding and stress-relief to be included. Guided sequencing and verbal cues provided. This class is best for practitioners with some yoga experience and knowledge. Learn more→

Sunday 6-7:15pm

Restorative and Yin Yoga are the perfect blend to set the tone for your week. This quiet meditative class will leave you feeling mentally clear and emotionally relaxed. Restorative yoga focuses on restoring our bodies bodies while Yin yoga works deep into the connective tissues to activate change at that deepest level. Learn more→

Monday/Friday 8:15-9:15am,

Elle combines her Vinyasa and Forrest Yoga trainings to bring you a unique class filled with an emphasis on support, core development, and breath. Forrest Yoga (FY) is a style of yoga created by Ana Forrest to address modern physical ailments, such as tight shoulders and necks. Every class is unique and contains a mix(continued →) Learn more→

Wednesday/Friday 9:30-10:30am, Saturday 9-10am

In Qi Gong and T’ai Chi all movements work to improve balance, breathing capacity and circulation, while strengthening connective tissue and core muscles. Beginners are always welcome. Suitable for all ages. Qigong is an ancient Chinese health care system that integrates phsyical postures, breathing techniques, and focused intention. Qigong practices can be classified as martial, medical,(continued →) Learn more→

Monday 4:30pm, Wednesday 8:15am

Are you a beginner and like a lot of instruction in postures? Do you have dreams of learning to do handstand? Basics is the class where you learn how poses work. You can get your questions answered while developing the strength you need to progress in your practice. Basics classes are slower paced than Vinyasa(continued →) Learn more→

Tuesday 12:05-12:50pm

Make a lunch date with your yoga mat on Tuesdays! De-stress and re-focus while getting your yoga fix during the lunch hour. This all-levels 45-minute yoga sequence will help create balance in the body and mind, and of course, connect with and honor the light within us all. Learn more→

Fridays 12:50-12:50pm

Join Deb McClellan for Pilates Infusion. She’ll help you sculpt and tone your core and flow your way to a strong body and calm mind by combing familiar yoga postures, calisthenics and Pilates. Learn more→

Thursday 9-10am *begins Oct. 4th

Combining dance, martial arts and mindfulness, Nia tones your body while transforming your mind. More than just a workout, Nia is a holistic fitness practice addressing each aspect of your life – body, mind and soul.  As Nia practitioners, we believe every person can discover, explore, unleash, and enhance their individual potential to live a(continued →) Learn more→

Saturday 10:45-11:45am

Are you a beginner who wants to learn to take care of your spine in yoga while enjoying a gentle class with an emphasis on stretching? Do you take several challenging yoga classes a week and need time to recover? Or possibly recovering from an injury and need a teacher who understands how to keep(continued →) Learn more→