Upcoming Events

01/13

Beginner's Yoga Workshop

Learn the basics...
For all levels and great for beginners! We will break down key yoga postures, introduce the importance of breath as it is connected with movement. You will also get an introduction to the philosophy of yoga and tips when taking a yoga class.
 
Autopay members: $25
Non members: $30
 
Pre-Registration is required (non-refundable)

01/14

Intro to Essential Oils

Learn the basics of essential oils and how they can benefit your health and overall life! Join Sarah for this informational/ interactive class. Experience how you can use these oils aromatically, topically, and internally.
 
AutoPay Members: $10
Non Members: $15

01/27

Meditation Workshop

Learn the basics of meditation! This hour long workshop will walk you through meditative/ breathing techniques to help you focus the mind and de-stress your life. (Includes both instruction/ meditation practice).
~ Please bring your mat/cushion for comfort while sitting ~
 
Fee: $25 (Non-Autopay members) $20 (Autopay members)

Classes

December 11, 2017 - February 10, 2018

Dec Mon 11

09:30 am - 10:30 am

Instructor: Sarah Wnenchak

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Sarah Wnenchak

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Monique Claudio

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

Dec Tue 12

09:30 am - 10:30 am

Instructor: Sarah Wnenchak

Gentle Hatha Yoga (GHY) is a beginner's class. Yoga postures are held longer to develop proper breathing, alignment, and strength. This class provides gentle stretching to promote flexibility and relaxation.
 
Primary focus: Introduction of yoga postures/ elements of yoga
Ideal for: Beginners/ Individuals with chronic pain/fatigue/muscle and joint pain/ stress reduction 

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Sarah Wnenchak

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Sarah Wnenchak

Gentle Hatha Yoga (GHY) is a beginner's class. Yoga postures are held longer to develop proper breathing, alignment, and strength. This class provides gentle stretching to promote flexibility and relaxation.
 
Primary focus: Introduction of yoga postures/ elements of yoga
Ideal for: Beginners/ Individuals with chronic pain/fatigue/muscle and joint pain/ stress reduction 

Dec Wed 13

09:30 am - 10:30 am

Instructor: Angie Hall

Gentle Hatha Yoga (GHY) is a beginner's class. Yoga postures are held longer to develop proper breathing, alignment, and strength. This class provides gentle stretching to promote flexibility and relaxation.
 
Primary focus: Introduction of yoga postures/ elements of yoga
Ideal for: Beginners/ Individuals with chronic pain/fatigue/muscle and joint pain/ stress reduction 

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Angie Hall

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

Dec Thu 14

09:00 am - 10:00 am

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Sarah Wnenchak

Balanced Yoga (BA) combines elements of vinyasa flow yoga/ gentle yoga. This class integrates a combination of vinyasa flow, gentle yoga, and meditation.

Ideal for: All levels

Dec Fri 15

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Caitlin Reilly

This class breaks down essential yogic postures and breathing. It explores how to enter, hold, and exit the postures safely. Students learn to modify or deepen a posture while honoring their unique body structure. They are encouraged to ask questions. It is not a vinyasa class, but can prepare the student for FVF or VF.

Primary Focus: Alignment, safe transitions, and posture modifications/ variations to suit your body.

Ideal for: Beginners, seniors, young adults, or experienced students who wish to refine their practice.

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Caitlin Reilly

Balanced Yoga (BA) combines elements of vinyasa flow yoga/ gentle yoga. This class integrates a combination of vinyasa flow, gentle yoga, and meditation.
 
Ideal for: All levels

05:30 pm - 06:15 pm

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

06:30 pm - 07:30 pm

Instructor: Maureen Reardon

Gentle Hatha Yoga (GHY) is a beginner's class. Yoga postures are held longer to develop proper breathing, alignment, and strength. This class provides gentle stretching to promote flexibility and relaxation.
 
Primary focus: Introduction of yoga postures/ elements of yoga
Ideal for: Beginners/ Individuals with chronic pain/fatigue/muscle and joint pain/ stress reduction 

Dec Sat 16

08:30 am - 09:30 am

Instructor: Susan Guerino

Yin Vinyasa (YinVin)
VinYin is the perfect balance between yin and yang. Class starts with vinyasa and ends with yin yoga, leaving you feeling refreshed and relaxed. The active practice of vinyasa flow requires us to tap into our yang energy as we move dynamically from pose to pose. The yin practice, rooted in the Taoist yoga tradition, is slower paced and postures are held longer. Yin yoga targets the connective tissues helping to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility.
Props make the practice accessible to people of all abilities.
These classes are taught in a warm room but not as warm as hot vinyasa classes.

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Sharon Schwartzburt

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Dec Sun 17

09:00 am - 09:45 am

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Tori Tilley

Balanced Yoga (BA) combines elements of vinyasa flow yoga/ gentle yoga. This class integrates a combination of vinyasa flow, gentle yoga, and meditation.
 
Ideal for: All levels

11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Instructor: Tori Tilley

Gentle Hatha Yoga (GHY) is a beginner's class. Yoga postures are held longer to develop proper breathing, alignment, and strength. This class provides gentle stretching to promote flexibility and relaxation.
 
Primary focus: Introduction of yoga postures/ elements of yoga
Ideal for: Beginners/ Individuals with chronic pain/fatigue/muscle and joint pain/ stress reduction 

01:00 pm - 01:45 pm

Instructor: Tee Ratchford

Fun and mindful flow for kids and preteens (Ages 7-14: flexible age range)

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Maureen Reardon

End your week with a gentle/ restorative class that incorporates props such as bolsters for comfort. This class is for all levels. 

Dec Mon 18

09:30 am - 10:30 am

Instructor: Sarah Wnenchak

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Sarah Wnenchak

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Monique Claudio

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

Dec Tue 19

09:30 am - 10:30 am

Instructor: Sarah Wnenchak

Gentle Hatha Yoga (GHY) is a beginner's class. Yoga postures are held longer to develop proper breathing, alignment, and strength. This class provides gentle stretching to promote flexibility and relaxation.
 
Primary focus: Introduction of yoga postures/ elements of yoga
Ideal for: Beginners/ Individuals with chronic pain/fatigue/muscle and joint pain/ stress reduction 

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Sarah Wnenchak

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Sarah Wnenchak

Gentle Hatha Yoga (GHY) is a beginner's class. Yoga postures are held longer to develop proper breathing, alignment, and strength. This class provides gentle stretching to promote flexibility and relaxation.
 
Primary focus: Introduction of yoga postures/ elements of yoga
Ideal for: Beginners/ Individuals with chronic pain/fatigue/muscle and joint pain/ stress reduction 

Dec Wed 20

09:30 am - 10:30 am

Instructor: Angie Hall

Gentle Hatha Yoga (GHY) is a beginner's class. Yoga postures are held longer to develop proper breathing, alignment, and strength. This class provides gentle stretching to promote flexibility and relaxation.
 
Primary focus: Introduction of yoga postures/ elements of yoga
Ideal for: Beginners/ Individuals with chronic pain/fatigue/muscle and joint pain/ stress reduction 

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Angie Hall

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

Dec Thu 21

09:00 am - 10:00 am

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Sarah Wnenchak

Balanced Yoga (BA) combines elements of vinyasa flow yoga/ gentle yoga. This class integrates a combination of vinyasa flow, gentle yoga, and meditation.

Ideal for: All levels

Dec Fri 22

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Caitlin Reilly

This class breaks down essential yogic postures and breathing. It explores how to enter, hold, and exit the postures safely. Students learn to modify or deepen a posture while honoring their unique body structure. They are encouraged to ask questions. It is not a vinyasa class, but can prepare the student for FVF or VF.

Primary Focus: Alignment, safe transitions, and posture modifications/ variations to suit your body.

Ideal for: Beginners, seniors, young adults, or experienced students who wish to refine their practice.

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Caitlin Reilly

Balanced Yoga (BA) combines elements of vinyasa flow yoga/ gentle yoga. This class integrates a combination of vinyasa flow, gentle yoga, and meditation.
 
Ideal for: All levels

05:30 pm - 06:15 pm

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

06:30 pm - 07:30 pm

Instructor: Maureen Reardon

Gentle Hatha Yoga (GHY) is a beginner's class. Yoga postures are held longer to develop proper breathing, alignment, and strength. This class provides gentle stretching to promote flexibility and relaxation.
 
Primary focus: Introduction of yoga postures/ elements of yoga
Ideal for: Beginners/ Individuals with chronic pain/fatigue/muscle and joint pain/ stress reduction 

Dec Sat 23

08:30 am - 09:30 am

Instructor: Susan Guerino

Yin Vinyasa (YinVin)
VinYin is the perfect balance between yin and yang. Class starts with vinyasa and ends with yin yoga, leaving you feeling refreshed and relaxed. The active practice of vinyasa flow requires us to tap into our yang energy as we move dynamically from pose to pose. The yin practice, rooted in the Taoist yoga tradition, is slower paced and postures are held longer. Yin yoga targets the connective tissues helping to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility.
Props make the practice accessible to people of all abilities.
These classes are taught in a warm room but not as warm as hot vinyasa classes.

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Sharon Schwartzburt

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Dec Sun 24

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Sarah Wnenchak

Dec Tue 26

09:30 am - 10:30 am

Instructor: Sarah Wnenchak

Gentle Hatha Yoga (GHY) is a beginner's class. Yoga postures are held longer to develop proper breathing, alignment, and strength. This class provides gentle stretching to promote flexibility and relaxation.
 
Primary focus: Introduction of yoga postures/ elements of yoga
Ideal for: Beginners/ Individuals with chronic pain/fatigue/muscle and joint pain/ stress reduction 

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

Gentle Hatha Yoga (GHY) is a beginner's class. Yoga postures are held longer to develop proper breathing, alignment, and strength. This class provides gentle stretching to promote flexibility and relaxation.
 
Primary focus: Introduction of yoga postures/ elements of yoga
Ideal for: Beginners/ Individuals with chronic pain/fatigue/muscle and joint pain/ stress reduction 

Dec Wed 27

09:30 am - 10:30 am

Instructor: Angie Hall

Gentle Hatha Yoga (GHY) is a beginner's class. Yoga postures are held longer to develop proper breathing, alignment, and strength. This class provides gentle stretching to promote flexibility and relaxation.
 
Primary focus: Introduction of yoga postures/ elements of yoga
Ideal for: Beginners/ Individuals with chronic pain/fatigue/muscle and joint pain/ stress reduction 

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Angie Hall

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

Dec Thu 28

09:00 am - 10:00 am

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Angie Hall

Balanced Yoga (BA) combines elements of vinyasa flow yoga/ gentle yoga. This class integrates a combination of vinyasa flow, gentle yoga, and meditation.

Ideal for: All levels

Dec Fri 29

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

This class breaks down essential yogic postures and breathing. It explores how to enter, hold, and exit the postures safely. Students learn to modify or deepen a posture while honoring their unique body structure. They are encouraged to ask questions. It is not a vinyasa class, but can prepare the student for FVF or VF.

Primary Focus: Alignment, safe transitions, and posture modifications/ variations to suit your body.

Ideal for: Beginners, seniors, young adults, or experienced students who wish to refine their practice.

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

Balanced Yoga (BA) combines elements of vinyasa flow yoga/ gentle yoga. This class integrates a combination of vinyasa flow, gentle yoga, and meditation.
 
Ideal for: All levels

05:30 pm - 06:15 pm

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

06:30 pm - 07:30 pm

Instructor: Maureen Reardon

Gentle Hatha Yoga (GHY) is a beginner's class. Yoga postures are held longer to develop proper breathing, alignment, and strength. This class provides gentle stretching to promote flexibility and relaxation.
 
Primary focus: Introduction of yoga postures/ elements of yoga
Ideal for: Beginners/ Individuals with chronic pain/fatigue/muscle and joint pain/ stress reduction 

Dec Sat 30

08:30 am - 09:30 am

Instructor: Susan Guerino

Yin Vinyasa (YinVin)
VinYin is the perfect balance between yin and yang. Class starts with vinyasa and ends with yin yoga, leaving you feeling refreshed and relaxed. The active practice of vinyasa flow requires us to tap into our yang energy as we move dynamically from pose to pose. The yin practice, rooted in the Taoist yoga tradition, is slower paced and postures are held longer. Yin yoga targets the connective tissues helping to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility.
Props make the practice accessible to people of all abilities.
These classes are taught in a warm room but not as warm as hot vinyasa classes.

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Sharon Schwartzburt

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Dec Sun 31

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Tori Tilley

Balanced Yoga (BA) combines elements of vinyasa flow yoga/ gentle yoga. This class integrates a combination of vinyasa flow, gentle yoga, and meditation.
 
Ideal for: All levels

11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Instructor: Tori Tilley

Gentle Hatha Yoga (GHY) is a beginner's class. Yoga postures are held longer to develop proper breathing, alignment, and strength. This class provides gentle stretching to promote flexibility and relaxation.
 
Primary focus: Introduction of yoga postures/ elements of yoga
Ideal for: Beginners/ Individuals with chronic pain/fatigue/muscle and joint pain/ stress reduction 

Jan Tue 2

09:30 am - 10:30 am

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

Gentle Hatha Yoga (GHY) is a beginner's class. Yoga postures are held longer to develop proper breathing, alignment, and strength. This class provides gentle stretching to promote flexibility and relaxation.
 
Primary focus: Introduction of yoga postures/ elements of yoga
Ideal for: Beginners/ Individuals with chronic pain/fatigue/muscle and joint pain/ stress reduction 

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Sarah Wnenchak

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Sarah Wnenchak

Gentle Hatha Yoga (GHY) is a beginner's class. Yoga postures are held longer to develop proper breathing, alignment, and strength. This class provides gentle stretching to promote flexibility and relaxation.
 
Primary focus: Introduction of yoga postures/ elements of yoga
Ideal for: Beginners/ Individuals with chronic pain/fatigue/muscle and joint pain/ stress reduction 

Jan Wed 3

09:30 am - 10:30 am

Instructor: Angie Hall

Gentle Hatha Yoga (GHY) is a beginner's class. Yoga postures are held longer to develop proper breathing, alignment, and strength. This class provides gentle stretching to promote flexibility and relaxation.
 
Primary focus: Introduction of yoga postures/ elements of yoga
Ideal for: Beginners/ Individuals with chronic pain/fatigue/muscle and joint pain/ stress reduction 

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Angie Hall

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

Jan Thu 4

09:00 am - 10:00 am

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Sarah Wnenchak

Balanced Yoga (BA) combines elements of vinyasa flow yoga/ gentle yoga. This class integrates a combination of vinyasa flow, gentle yoga, and meditation.

Ideal for: All levels

Jan Fri 5

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Caitlin Reilly

This class breaks down essential yogic postures and breathing. It explores how to enter, hold, and exit the postures safely. Students learn to modify or deepen a posture while honoring their unique body structure. They are encouraged to ask questions. It is not a vinyasa class, but can prepare the student for FVF or VF.

Primary Focus: Alignment, safe transitions, and posture modifications/ variations to suit your body.

Ideal for: Beginners, seniors, young adults, or experienced students who wish to refine their practice.

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Caitlin Reilly

Balanced Yoga (BA) combines elements of vinyasa flow yoga/ gentle yoga. This class integrates a combination of vinyasa flow, gentle yoga, and meditation.
 
Ideal for: All levels

05:30 pm - 06:15 pm

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

06:30 pm - 07:30 pm

Instructor: Susan Guerino

Gentle Hatha Yoga (GHY) is a beginner's class. Yoga postures are held longer to develop proper breathing, alignment, and strength. This class provides gentle stretching to promote flexibility and relaxation.
 
Primary focus: Introduction of yoga postures/ elements of yoga
Ideal for: Beginners/ Individuals with chronic pain/fatigue/muscle and joint pain/ stress reduction 

Jan Sat 6

08:30 am - 09:30 am

Instructor: Susan Guerino

Yin Vinyasa (YinVin)
VinYin is the perfect balance between yin and yang. Class starts with vinyasa and ends with yin yoga, leaving you feeling refreshed and relaxed. The active practice of vinyasa flow requires us to tap into our yang energy as we move dynamically from pose to pose. The yin practice, rooted in the Taoist yoga tradition, is slower paced and postures are held longer. Yin yoga targets the connective tissues helping to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility.
Props make the practice accessible to people of all abilities.
These classes are taught in a warm room but not as warm as hot vinyasa classes.

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Sharon Schwartzburt

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Jan Sun 7

09:00 am - 09:45 am

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Tori Tilley

Balanced Yoga (BA) combines elements of vinyasa flow yoga/ gentle yoga. This class integrates a combination of vinyasa flow, gentle yoga, and meditation.
 
Ideal for: All levels

11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Instructor: Tori Tilley

Gentle Hatha Yoga (GHY) is a beginner's class. Yoga postures are held longer to develop proper breathing, alignment, and strength. This class provides gentle stretching to promote flexibility and relaxation.
 
Primary focus: Introduction of yoga postures/ elements of yoga
Ideal for: Beginners/ Individuals with chronic pain/fatigue/muscle and joint pain/ stress reduction 

01:00 pm - 01:45 pm

Instructor: Tee Ratchford

Fun and mindful flow for kids and preteens (Ages 7-14: flexible age range)

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Maureen Reardon

End your week with a gentle/ restorative class that incorporates props such as bolsters for comfort. This class is for all levels. 

Jan Mon 8

09:30 am - 10:30 am

Instructor: Sarah Wnenchak

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Sarah Wnenchak

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Monique Claudio

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

Jan Tue 9

09:30 am - 10:30 am

Instructor: Sarah Wnenchak

Gentle Hatha Yoga (GHY) is a beginner's class. Yoga postures are held longer to develop proper breathing, alignment, and strength. This class provides gentle stretching to promote flexibility and relaxation.
 
Primary focus: Introduction of yoga postures/ elements of yoga
Ideal for: Beginners/ Individuals with chronic pain/fatigue/muscle and joint pain/ stress reduction 

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Sarah Wnenchak

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Sarah Wnenchak

Gentle Hatha Yoga (GHY) is a beginner's class. Yoga postures are held longer to develop proper breathing, alignment, and strength. This class provides gentle stretching to promote flexibility and relaxation.
 
Primary focus: Introduction of yoga postures/ elements of yoga
Ideal for: Beginners/ Individuals with chronic pain/fatigue/muscle and joint pain/ stress reduction 

Jan Wed 10

09:30 am - 10:30 am

Instructor: Angie Hall

Gentle Hatha Yoga (GHY) is a beginner's class. Yoga postures are held longer to develop proper breathing, alignment, and strength. This class provides gentle stretching to promote flexibility and relaxation.
 
Primary focus: Introduction of yoga postures/ elements of yoga
Ideal for: Beginners/ Individuals with chronic pain/fatigue/muscle and joint pain/ stress reduction 

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Angie Hall

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

Jan Thu 11

09:00 am - 10:00 am

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Sarah Wnenchak

Balanced Yoga (BA) combines elements of vinyasa flow yoga/ gentle yoga. This class integrates a combination of vinyasa flow, gentle yoga, and meditation.

Ideal for: All levels

Jan Fri 12

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Caitlin Reilly

This class breaks down essential yogic postures and breathing. It explores how to enter, hold, and exit the postures safely. Students learn to modify or deepen a posture while honoring their unique body structure. They are encouraged to ask questions. It is not a vinyasa class, but can prepare the student for FVF or VF.

Primary Focus: Alignment, safe transitions, and posture modifications/ variations to suit your body.

Ideal for: Beginners, seniors, young adults, or experienced students who wish to refine their practice.

05:30 pm - 06:15 pm

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

06:30 pm - 07:30 pm

Instructor: Maureen Reardon

Gentle Hatha Yoga (GHY) is a beginner's class. Yoga postures are held longer to develop proper breathing, alignment, and strength. This class provides gentle stretching to promote flexibility and relaxation.
 
Primary focus: Introduction of yoga postures/ elements of yoga
Ideal for: Beginners/ Individuals with chronic pain/fatigue/muscle and joint pain/ stress reduction 

Jan Sat 13

08:30 am - 09:30 am

Instructor: Susan Guerino

Yin Vinyasa (YinVin)
VinYin is the perfect balance between yin and yang. Class starts with vinyasa and ends with yin yoga, leaving you feeling refreshed and relaxed. The active practice of vinyasa flow requires us to tap into our yang energy as we move dynamically from pose to pose. The yin practice, rooted in the Taoist yoga tradition, is slower paced and postures are held longer. Yin yoga targets the connective tissues helping to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility.
Props make the practice accessible to people of all abilities.
These classes are taught in a warm room but not as warm as hot vinyasa classes.

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Sharon Schwartzburt

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

12:00 pm - 01:30 pm

Instructor: Sarah Wnenchak

Learn the basics...
For all levels and great for beginners! We will break down key yoga postures, introduce the importance of breath as it is connected with movement. You will also get an introduction to the philosophy of yoga and tips when taking a yoga class.
 
Autopay members: $25
Non members: $30
 
Pre-Registration is required (non-refundable)

Jan Sun 14

09:00 am - 09:45 am

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Tori Tilley

Balanced Yoga (BA) combines elements of vinyasa flow yoga/ gentle yoga. This class integrates a combination of vinyasa flow, gentle yoga, and meditation.
 
Ideal for: All levels

11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Instructor: Tori Tilley

Gentle Hatha Yoga (GHY) is a beginner's class. Yoga postures are held longer to develop proper breathing, alignment, and strength. This class provides gentle stretching to promote flexibility and relaxation.
 
Primary focus: Introduction of yoga postures/ elements of yoga
Ideal for: Beginners/ Individuals with chronic pain/fatigue/muscle and joint pain/ stress reduction 

01:00 pm - 01:45 pm

Instructor: Tee Ratchford

Fun and mindful flow for kids and preteens (Ages 7-14: flexible age range)

04:00 pm - 05:00 pm

Instructor: Sarah Wnenchak

Learn the basics of essential oils and how they can benefit your health and overall life! Join Sarah for this informational/ interactive class. Experience how you can use these oils aromatically, topically, and internally.
 
AutoPay Members: $10
Non Members: $15

A gentle non-heated slow flow vinyasa class. For all levels. This 75 minute class is designed to help you wind down from a busy weekend and ease into the work week. 

Jan Mon 15

09:30 am - 10:30 am

Instructor: Sarah Wnenchak

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Sarah Wnenchak

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Monique Claudio

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

Jan Tue 16

09:30 am - 10:30 am

Instructor: Sarah Wnenchak

Gentle Hatha Yoga (GHY) is a beginner's class. Yoga postures are held longer to develop proper breathing, alignment, and strength. This class provides gentle stretching to promote flexibility and relaxation.
 
Primary focus: Introduction of yoga postures/ elements of yoga
Ideal for: Beginners/ Individuals with chronic pain/fatigue/muscle and joint pain/ stress reduction 

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Sarah Wnenchak

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Sarah Wnenchak

Gentle Hatha Yoga (GHY) is a beginner's class. Yoga postures are held longer to develop proper breathing, alignment, and strength. This class provides gentle stretching to promote flexibility and relaxation.
 
Primary focus: Introduction of yoga postures/ elements of yoga
Ideal for: Beginners/ Individuals with chronic pain/fatigue/muscle and joint pain/ stress reduction 

Jan Wed 17

09:30 am - 10:30 am

Instructor: Angie Hall

Gentle Hatha Yoga (GHY) is a beginner's class. Yoga postures are held longer to develop proper breathing, alignment, and strength. This class provides gentle stretching to promote flexibility and relaxation.
 
Primary focus: Introduction of yoga postures/ elements of yoga
Ideal for: Beginners/ Individuals with chronic pain/fatigue/muscle and joint pain/ stress reduction 

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Angie Hall

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

Jan Thu 18

09:00 am - 10:00 am

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Sarah Wnenchak

Balanced Yoga (BA) combines elements of vinyasa flow yoga/ gentle yoga. This class integrates a combination of vinyasa flow, gentle yoga, and meditation.

Ideal for: All levels

Jan Fri 19

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Caitlin Reilly

This class breaks down essential yogic postures and breathing. It explores how to enter, hold, and exit the postures safely. Students learn to modify or deepen a posture while honoring their unique body structure. They are encouraged to ask questions. It is not a vinyasa class, but can prepare the student for FVF or VF.

Primary Focus: Alignment, safe transitions, and posture modifications/ variations to suit your body.

Ideal for: Beginners, seniors, young adults, or experienced students who wish to refine their practice.

05:30 pm - 06:15 pm

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

06:30 pm - 07:30 pm

Instructor: Maureen Reardon

Gentle Hatha Yoga (GHY) is a beginner's class. Yoga postures are held longer to develop proper breathing, alignment, and strength. This class provides gentle stretching to promote flexibility and relaxation.
 
Primary focus: Introduction of yoga postures/ elements of yoga
Ideal for: Beginners/ Individuals with chronic pain/fatigue/muscle and joint pain/ stress reduction 

Jan Sat 20

08:30 am - 09:30 am

Instructor: Susan Guerino

Yin Vinyasa (YinVin)
VinYin is the perfect balance between yin and yang. Class starts with vinyasa and ends with yin yoga, leaving you feeling refreshed and relaxed. The active practice of vinyasa flow requires us to tap into our yang energy as we move dynamically from pose to pose. The yin practice, rooted in the Taoist yoga tradition, is slower paced and postures are held longer. Yin yoga targets the connective tissues helping to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility.
Props make the practice accessible to people of all abilities.
These classes are taught in a warm room but not as warm as hot vinyasa classes.

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Sharon Schwartzburt

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Jan Sun 21

09:00 am - 09:45 am

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Tori Tilley

Balanced Yoga (BA) combines elements of vinyasa flow yoga/ gentle yoga. This class integrates a combination of vinyasa flow, gentle yoga, and meditation.
 
Ideal for: All levels

11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Instructor: Tori Tilley

Gentle Hatha Yoga (GHY) is a beginner's class. Yoga postures are held longer to develop proper breathing, alignment, and strength. This class provides gentle stretching to promote flexibility and relaxation.
 
Primary focus: Introduction of yoga postures/ elements of yoga
Ideal for: Beginners/ Individuals with chronic pain/fatigue/muscle and joint pain/ stress reduction 

01:00 pm - 01:45 pm

Instructor: Tee Ratchford

Fun and mindful flow for kids and preteens (Ages 7-14: flexible age range)

Jan Mon 22

09:30 am - 10:30 am

Instructor: Sarah Wnenchak

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Sarah Wnenchak

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Monique Claudio

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

Jan Tue 23

09:30 am - 10:30 am

Instructor: Sarah Wnenchak

Gentle Hatha Yoga (GHY) is a beginner's class. Yoga postures are held longer to develop proper breathing, alignment, and strength. This class provides gentle stretching to promote flexibility and relaxation.
 
Primary focus: Introduction of yoga postures/ elements of yoga
Ideal for: Beginners/ Individuals with chronic pain/fatigue/muscle and joint pain/ stress reduction 

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Sarah Wnenchak

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Sarah Wnenchak

Gentle Hatha Yoga (GHY) is a beginner's class. Yoga postures are held longer to develop proper breathing, alignment, and strength. This class provides gentle stretching to promote flexibility and relaxation.
 
Primary focus: Introduction of yoga postures/ elements of yoga
Ideal for: Beginners/ Individuals with chronic pain/fatigue/muscle and joint pain/ stress reduction 

Jan Wed 24

09:30 am - 10:30 am

Instructor: Angie Hall

Gentle Hatha Yoga (GHY) is a beginner's class. Yoga postures are held longer to develop proper breathing, alignment, and strength. This class provides gentle stretching to promote flexibility and relaxation.
 
Primary focus: Introduction of yoga postures/ elements of yoga
Ideal for: Beginners/ Individuals with chronic pain/fatigue/muscle and joint pain/ stress reduction 

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Angie Hall

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

Jan Thu 25

09:00 am - 10:00 am

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Sarah Wnenchak

Balanced Yoga (BA) combines elements of vinyasa flow yoga/ gentle yoga. This class integrates a combination of vinyasa flow, gentle yoga, and meditation.

Ideal for: All levels

Jan Fri 26

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Caitlin Reilly

This class breaks down essential yogic postures and breathing. It explores how to enter, hold, and exit the postures safely. Students learn to modify or deepen a posture while honoring their unique body structure. They are encouraged to ask questions. It is not a vinyasa class, but can prepare the student for FVF or VF.

Primary Focus: Alignment, safe transitions, and posture modifications/ variations to suit your body.

Ideal for: Beginners, seniors, young adults, or experienced students who wish to refine their practice.

05:30 pm - 06:15 pm

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

06:30 pm - 07:30 pm

Instructor: Maureen Reardon

Gentle Hatha Yoga (GHY) is a beginner's class. Yoga postures are held longer to develop proper breathing, alignment, and strength. This class provides gentle stretching to promote flexibility and relaxation.
 
Primary focus: Introduction of yoga postures/ elements of yoga
Ideal for: Beginners/ Individuals with chronic pain/fatigue/muscle and joint pain/ stress reduction 

Jan Sat 27

08:30 am - 09:30 am

Instructor: Susan Guerino

Yin Vinyasa (YinVin)
VinYin is the perfect balance between yin and yang. Class starts with vinyasa and ends with yin yoga, leaving you feeling refreshed and relaxed. The active practice of vinyasa flow requires us to tap into our yang energy as we move dynamically from pose to pose. The yin practice, rooted in the Taoist yoga tradition, is slower paced and postures are held longer. Yin yoga targets the connective tissues helping to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility.
Props make the practice accessible to people of all abilities.
These classes are taught in a warm room but not as warm as hot vinyasa classes.

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Sharon Schwartzburt

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Sarah Wnenchak

Learn the basics of meditation! This hour long workshop will walk you through meditative/ breathing techniques to help you focus the mind and de-stress your life. (Includes both instruction/ meditation practice).
~ Please bring your mat/cushion for comfort while sitting ~
 
Fee: $25 (Non-Autopay members) $20 (Autopay members)

Jan Sun 28

09:00 am - 09:45 am

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Tori Tilley

Balanced Yoga (BA) combines elements of vinyasa flow yoga/ gentle yoga. This class integrates a combination of vinyasa flow, gentle yoga, and meditation.
 
Ideal for: All levels

11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Instructor: Tori Tilley

Gentle Hatha Yoga (GHY) is a beginner's class. Yoga postures are held longer to develop proper breathing, alignment, and strength. This class provides gentle stretching to promote flexibility and relaxation.
 
Primary focus: Introduction of yoga postures/ elements of yoga
Ideal for: Beginners/ Individuals with chronic pain/fatigue/muscle and joint pain/ stress reduction 

01:00 pm - 01:45 pm

Instructor: Tee Ratchford

Fun and mindful flow for kids and preteens (Ages 7-14: flexible age range)

Jan Mon 29

09:30 am - 10:30 am

Instructor: Sarah Wnenchak

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Sarah Wnenchak

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Monique Claudio

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

Jan Tue 30

09:30 am - 10:30 am

Instructor: Sarah Wnenchak

Gentle Hatha Yoga (GHY) is a beginner's class. Yoga postures are held longer to develop proper breathing, alignment, and strength. This class provides gentle stretching to promote flexibility and relaxation.
 
Primary focus: Introduction of yoga postures/ elements of yoga
Ideal for: Beginners/ Individuals with chronic pain/fatigue/muscle and joint pain/ stress reduction 

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Sarah Wnenchak

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Sarah Wnenchak

Gentle Hatha Yoga (GHY) is a beginner's class. Yoga postures are held longer to develop proper breathing, alignment, and strength. This class provides gentle stretching to promote flexibility and relaxation.
 
Primary focus: Introduction of yoga postures/ elements of yoga
Ideal for: Beginners/ Individuals with chronic pain/fatigue/muscle and joint pain/ stress reduction 

Jan Wed 31

09:30 am - 10:30 am

Instructor: Angie Hall

Gentle Hatha Yoga (GHY) is a beginner's class. Yoga postures are held longer to develop proper breathing, alignment, and strength. This class provides gentle stretching to promote flexibility and relaxation.
 
Primary focus: Introduction of yoga postures/ elements of yoga
Ideal for: Beginners/ Individuals with chronic pain/fatigue/muscle and joint pain/ stress reduction 

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Angie Hall

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

Feb Thu 1

09:00 am - 10:00 am

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Sarah Wnenchak

Balanced Yoga (BA) combines elements of vinyasa flow yoga/ gentle yoga. This class integrates a combination of vinyasa flow, gentle yoga, and meditation.

Ideal for: All levels

Feb Fri 2

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Caitlin Reilly

This class breaks down essential yogic postures and breathing. It explores how to enter, hold, and exit the postures safely. Students learn to modify or deepen a posture while honoring their unique body structure. They are encouraged to ask questions. It is not a vinyasa class, but can prepare the student for FVF or VF.

Primary Focus: Alignment, safe transitions, and posture modifications/ variations to suit your body.

Ideal for: Beginners, seniors, young adults, or experienced students who wish to refine their practice.

05:30 pm - 06:15 pm

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

06:30 pm - 07:30 pm

Instructor: Maureen Reardon

Gentle Hatha Yoga (GHY) is a beginner's class. Yoga postures are held longer to develop proper breathing, alignment, and strength. This class provides gentle stretching to promote flexibility and relaxation.
 
Primary focus: Introduction of yoga postures/ elements of yoga
Ideal for: Beginners/ Individuals with chronic pain/fatigue/muscle and joint pain/ stress reduction 

Feb Sat 3

08:30 am - 09:30 am

Instructor: Susan Guerino

Yin Vinyasa (YinVin)
VinYin is the perfect balance between yin and yang. Class starts with vinyasa and ends with yin yoga, leaving you feeling refreshed and relaxed. The active practice of vinyasa flow requires us to tap into our yang energy as we move dynamically from pose to pose. The yin practice, rooted in the Taoist yoga tradition, is slower paced and postures are held longer. Yin yoga targets the connective tissues helping to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility.
Props make the practice accessible to people of all abilities.
These classes are taught in a warm room but not as warm as hot vinyasa classes.

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Sharon Schwartzburt

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

12:00 pm - 01:30 pm

Instructor: Sarah Wnenchak

Learn the basics...
For all levels and great for beginners! We will break down key yoga postures, introduce the importance of breath as it is connected with movement. You will also get an introduction to the philosophy of yoga and tips when taking a yoga class.
 
Autopay members: $25
Non members: $30
 
Pre-Registration is required (non-refundable)

Feb Sun 4

09:00 am - 09:45 am

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Tori Tilley

Balanced Yoga (BA) combines elements of vinyasa flow yoga/ gentle yoga. This class integrates a combination of vinyasa flow, gentle yoga, and meditation.
 
Ideal for: All levels

11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Instructor: Tori Tilley

Gentle Hatha Yoga (GHY) is a beginner's class. Yoga postures are held longer to develop proper breathing, alignment, and strength. This class provides gentle stretching to promote flexibility and relaxation.
 
Primary focus: Introduction of yoga postures/ elements of yoga
Ideal for: Beginners/ Individuals with chronic pain/fatigue/muscle and joint pain/ stress reduction 

01:00 pm - 01:45 pm

Instructor: Tee Ratchford

Fun and mindful flow for kids and preteens (Ages 7-14: flexible age range)

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Maureen Reardon

End your week with a gentle/ restorative class that incorporates props such as bolsters for comfort. This class is for all levels. 

Feb Mon 5

09:30 am - 10:30 am

Instructor: Sarah Wnenchak

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Sarah Wnenchak

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Monique Claudio

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

Feb Tue 6

09:30 am - 10:30 am

Instructor: Sarah Wnenchak

Gentle Hatha Yoga (GHY) is a beginner's class. Yoga postures are held longer to develop proper breathing, alignment, and strength. This class provides gentle stretching to promote flexibility and relaxation.
 
Primary focus: Introduction of yoga postures/ elements of yoga
Ideal for: Beginners/ Individuals with chronic pain/fatigue/muscle and joint pain/ stress reduction 

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Sarah Wnenchak

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Sarah Wnenchak

Gentle Hatha Yoga (GHY) is a beginner's class. Yoga postures are held longer to develop proper breathing, alignment, and strength. This class provides gentle stretching to promote flexibility and relaxation.
 
Primary focus: Introduction of yoga postures/ elements of yoga
Ideal for: Beginners/ Individuals with chronic pain/fatigue/muscle and joint pain/ stress reduction 

Feb Wed 7

09:30 am - 10:30 am

Instructor: Angie Hall

Gentle Hatha Yoga (GHY) is a beginner's class. Yoga postures are held longer to develop proper breathing, alignment, and strength. This class provides gentle stretching to promote flexibility and relaxation.
 
Primary focus: Introduction of yoga postures/ elements of yoga
Ideal for: Beginners/ Individuals with chronic pain/fatigue/muscle and joint pain/ stress reduction 

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Angie Hall

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

Feb Thu 8

09:00 am - 10:00 am

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Feb Fri 9

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Caitlin Reilly

This class breaks down essential yogic postures and breathing. It explores how to enter, hold, and exit the postures safely. Students learn to modify or deepen a posture while honoring their unique body structure. They are encouraged to ask questions. It is not a vinyasa class, but can prepare the student for FVF or VF.

Primary Focus: Alignment, safe transitions, and posture modifications/ variations to suit your body.

Ideal for: Beginners, seniors, young adults, or experienced students who wish to refine their practice.

05:30 pm - 06:15 pm

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

06:30 pm - 07:30 pm

Instructor: Maureen Reardon

Gentle Hatha Yoga (GHY) is a beginner's class. Yoga postures are held longer to develop proper breathing, alignment, and strength. This class provides gentle stretching to promote flexibility and relaxation.
 
Primary focus: Introduction of yoga postures/ elements of yoga
Ideal for: Beginners/ Individuals with chronic pain/fatigue/muscle and joint pain/ stress reduction 

Feb Sat 10

08:30 am - 09:30 am

Instructor: Susan Guerino

Yin Vinyasa (YinVin)
VinYin is the perfect balance between yin and yang. Class starts with vinyasa and ends with yin yoga, leaving you feeling refreshed and relaxed. The active practice of vinyasa flow requires us to tap into our yang energy as we move dynamically from pose to pose. The yin practice, rooted in the Taoist yoga tradition, is slower paced and postures are held longer. Yin yoga targets the connective tissues helping to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility.
Props make the practice accessible to people of all abilities.
These classes are taught in a warm room but not as warm as hot vinyasa classes.

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Sharon Schwartzburt

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Feb Sun 11

09:00 am - 09:45 am

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Tori Tilley

Balanced Yoga (BA) combines elements of vinyasa flow yoga/ gentle yoga. This class integrates a combination of vinyasa flow, gentle yoga, and meditation.
 
Ideal for: All levels

11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Instructor: Tori Tilley

Gentle Hatha Yoga (GHY) is a beginner's class. Yoga postures are held longer to develop proper breathing, alignment, and strength. This class provides gentle stretching to promote flexibility and relaxation.
 
Primary focus: Introduction of yoga postures/ elements of yoga
Ideal for: Beginners/ Individuals with chronic pain/fatigue/muscle and joint pain/ stress reduction 

01:00 pm - 01:45 pm

Instructor: Tee Ratchford

Fun and mindful flow for kids and preteens (Ages 7-14: flexible age range)

Feb Mon 12

09:30 am - 10:30 am

Instructor: Sarah Wnenchak

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Sarah Wnenchak

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Feb Tue 13

09:30 am - 10:30 am

Instructor: Sarah Wnenchak

Gentle Hatha Yoga (GHY) is a beginner's class. Yoga postures are held longer to develop proper breathing, alignment, and strength. This class provides gentle stretching to promote flexibility and relaxation.
 
Primary focus: Introduction of yoga postures/ elements of yoga
Ideal for: Beginners/ Individuals with chronic pain/fatigue/muscle and joint pain/ stress reduction 

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Sarah Wnenchak

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Feb Wed 14

09:30 am - 10:30 am

Instructor: Angie Hall

Gentle Hatha Yoga (GHY) is a beginner's class. Yoga postures are held longer to develop proper breathing, alignment, and strength. This class provides gentle stretching to promote flexibility and relaxation.
 
Primary focus: Introduction of yoga postures/ elements of yoga
Ideal for: Beginners/ Individuals with chronic pain/fatigue/muscle and joint pain/ stress reduction 

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Angie Hall

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

Feb Thu 15

09:00 am - 10:00 am

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Feb Fri 16

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Caitlin Reilly

This class breaks down essential yogic postures and breathing. It explores how to enter, hold, and exit the postures safely. Students learn to modify or deepen a posture while honoring their unique body structure. They are encouraged to ask questions. It is not a vinyasa class, but can prepare the student for FVF or VF.

Primary Focus: Alignment, safe transitions, and posture modifications/ variations to suit your body.

Ideal for: Beginners, seniors, young adults, or experienced students who wish to refine their practice.

05:30 pm - 06:15 pm

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

06:30 pm - 07:30 pm

Instructor: Maureen Reardon

Gentle Hatha Yoga (GHY) is a beginner's class. Yoga postures are held longer to develop proper breathing, alignment, and strength. This class provides gentle stretching to promote flexibility and relaxation.
 
Primary focus: Introduction of yoga postures/ elements of yoga
Ideal for: Beginners/ Individuals with chronic pain/fatigue/muscle and joint pain/ stress reduction 

Feb Sat 17

08:30 am - 09:30 am

Instructor: Susan Guerino

Yin Vinyasa (YinVin)
VinYin is the perfect balance between yin and yang. Class starts with vinyasa and ends with yin yoga, leaving you feeling refreshed and relaxed. The active practice of vinyasa flow requires us to tap into our yang energy as we move dynamically from pose to pose. The yin practice, rooted in the Taoist yoga tradition, is slower paced and postures are held longer. Yin yoga targets the connective tissues helping to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility.
Props make the practice accessible to people of all abilities.
These classes are taught in a warm room but not as warm as hot vinyasa classes.

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Sharon Schwartzburt

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Feb Sun 18

09:00 am - 09:45 am

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Tori Tilley

Balanced Yoga (BA) combines elements of vinyasa flow yoga/ gentle yoga. This class integrates a combination of vinyasa flow, gentle yoga, and meditation.
 
Ideal for: All levels

11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Instructor: Tori Tilley

Gentle Hatha Yoga (GHY) is a beginner's class. Yoga postures are held longer to develop proper breathing, alignment, and strength. This class provides gentle stretching to promote flexibility and relaxation.
 
Primary focus: Introduction of yoga postures/ elements of yoga
Ideal for: Beginners/ Individuals with chronic pain/fatigue/muscle and joint pain/ stress reduction 

01:00 pm - 01:45 pm

Instructor: Tee Ratchford

Fun and mindful flow for kids and preteens (Ages 7-14: flexible age range)

Feb Mon 19

09:30 am - 10:30 am

Instructor: Sarah Wnenchak

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Sarah Wnenchak

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Feb Tue 20

09:30 am - 10:30 am

Instructor: Sarah Wnenchak

Gentle Hatha Yoga (GHY) is a beginner's class. Yoga postures are held longer to develop proper breathing, alignment, and strength. This class provides gentle stretching to promote flexibility and relaxation.
 
Primary focus: Introduction of yoga postures/ elements of yoga
Ideal for: Beginners/ Individuals with chronic pain/fatigue/muscle and joint pain/ stress reduction 

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Sarah Wnenchak

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Feb Wed 21

09:30 am - 10:30 am

Instructor: Angie Hall

Gentle Hatha Yoga (GHY) is a beginner's class. Yoga postures are held longer to develop proper breathing, alignment, and strength. This class provides gentle stretching to promote flexibility and relaxation.
 
Primary focus: Introduction of yoga postures/ elements of yoga
Ideal for: Beginners/ Individuals with chronic pain/fatigue/muscle and joint pain/ stress reduction 

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Angie Hall

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

Feb Thu 22

09:00 am - 10:00 am

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Feb Fri 23

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Caitlin Reilly

This class breaks down essential yogic postures and breathing. It explores how to enter, hold, and exit the postures safely. Students learn to modify or deepen a posture while honoring their unique body structure. They are encouraged to ask questions. It is not a vinyasa class, but can prepare the student for FVF or VF.

Primary Focus: Alignment, safe transitions, and posture modifications/ variations to suit your body.

Ideal for: Beginners, seniors, young adults, or experienced students who wish to refine their practice.

05:30 pm - 06:15 pm

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

06:30 pm - 07:30 pm

Instructor: Maureen Reardon

Gentle Hatha Yoga (GHY) is a beginner's class. Yoga postures are held longer to develop proper breathing, alignment, and strength. This class provides gentle stretching to promote flexibility and relaxation.
 
Primary focus: Introduction of yoga postures/ elements of yoga
Ideal for: Beginners/ Individuals with chronic pain/fatigue/muscle and joint pain/ stress reduction 

Feb Sat 24

08:30 am - 09:30 am

Instructor: Susan Guerino

Yin Vinyasa (YinVin)
VinYin is the perfect balance between yin and yang. Class starts with vinyasa and ends with yin yoga, leaving you feeling refreshed and relaxed. The active practice of vinyasa flow requires us to tap into our yang energy as we move dynamically from pose to pose. The yin practice, rooted in the Taoist yoga tradition, is slower paced and postures are held longer. Yin yoga targets the connective tissues helping to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility.
Props make the practice accessible to people of all abilities.
These classes are taught in a warm room but not as warm as hot vinyasa classes.

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Sharon Schwartzburt

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Feb Sun 25

09:00 am - 09:45 am

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Tori Tilley

Balanced Yoga (BA) combines elements of vinyasa flow yoga/ gentle yoga. This class integrates a combination of vinyasa flow, gentle yoga, and meditation.
 
Ideal for: All levels

11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Instructor: Tori Tilley

Gentle Hatha Yoga (GHY) is a beginner's class. Yoga postures are held longer to develop proper breathing, alignment, and strength. This class provides gentle stretching to promote flexibility and relaxation.
 
Primary focus: Introduction of yoga postures/ elements of yoga
Ideal for: Beginners/ Individuals with chronic pain/fatigue/muscle and joint pain/ stress reduction 

01:00 pm - 01:45 pm

Instructor: Tee Ratchford

Fun and mindful flow for kids and preteens (Ages 7-14: flexible age range)

Feb Mon 26

09:30 am - 10:30 am

Instructor: Sarah Wnenchak

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Sarah Wnenchak

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Feb Tue 27

09:30 am - 10:30 am

Instructor: Sarah Wnenchak

Gentle Hatha Yoga (GHY) is a beginner's class. Yoga postures are held longer to develop proper breathing, alignment, and strength. This class provides gentle stretching to promote flexibility and relaxation.
 
Primary focus: Introduction of yoga postures/ elements of yoga
Ideal for: Beginners/ Individuals with chronic pain/fatigue/muscle and joint pain/ stress reduction 

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Sarah Wnenchak

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Feb Wed 28

09:30 am - 10:30 am

Instructor: Angie Hall

Gentle Hatha Yoga (GHY) is a beginner's class. Yoga postures are held longer to develop proper breathing, alignment, and strength. This class provides gentle stretching to promote flexibility and relaxation.
 
Primary focus: Introduction of yoga postures/ elements of yoga
Ideal for: Beginners/ Individuals with chronic pain/fatigue/muscle and joint pain/ stress reduction 

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Angie Hall

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

Mar Thu 1

09:00 am - 10:00 am

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Mar Fri 2

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Caitlin Reilly

This class breaks down essential yogic postures and breathing. It explores how to enter, hold, and exit the postures safely. Students learn to modify or deepen a posture while honoring their unique body structure. They are encouraged to ask questions. It is not a vinyasa class, but can prepare the student for FVF or VF.

Primary Focus: Alignment, safe transitions, and posture modifications/ variations to suit your body.

Ideal for: Beginners, seniors, young adults, or experienced students who wish to refine their practice.

05:30 pm - 06:15 pm

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

06:30 pm - 07:30 pm

Instructor: Maureen Reardon

Gentle Hatha Yoga (GHY) is a beginner's class. Yoga postures are held longer to develop proper breathing, alignment, and strength. This class provides gentle stretching to promote flexibility and relaxation.
 
Primary focus: Introduction of yoga postures/ elements of yoga
Ideal for: Beginners/ Individuals with chronic pain/fatigue/muscle and joint pain/ stress reduction 

Mar Sat 3

08:30 am - 09:30 am

Instructor: Susan Guerino

Yin Vinyasa (YinVin)
VinYin is the perfect balance between yin and yang. Class starts with vinyasa and ends with yin yoga, leaving you feeling refreshed and relaxed. The active practice of vinyasa flow requires us to tap into our yang energy as we move dynamically from pose to pose. The yin practice, rooted in the Taoist yoga tradition, is slower paced and postures are held longer. Yin yoga targets the connective tissues helping to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility.
Props make the practice accessible to people of all abilities.
These classes are taught in a warm room but not as warm as hot vinyasa classes.

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Sharon Schwartzburt

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Mar Sun 4

09:00 am - 09:45 am

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Instructor: Tori Tilley

Gentle Hatha Yoga (GHY) is a beginner's class. Yoga postures are held longer to develop proper breathing, alignment, and strength. This class provides gentle stretching to promote flexibility and relaxation.
 
Primary focus: Introduction of yoga postures/ elements of yoga
Ideal for: Beginners/ Individuals with chronic pain/fatigue/muscle and joint pain/ stress reduction 

01:00 pm - 01:45 pm

Instructor: Tee Ratchford

Fun and mindful flow for kids and preteens (Ages 7-14: flexible age range)

Mar Tue 6

09:30 am - 10:30 am

Instructor: Sarah Wnenchak

Gentle Hatha Yoga (GHY) is a beginner's class. Yoga postures are held longer to develop proper breathing, alignment, and strength. This class provides gentle stretching to promote flexibility and relaxation.
 
Primary focus: Introduction of yoga postures/ elements of yoga
Ideal for: Beginners/ Individuals with chronic pain/fatigue/muscle and joint pain/ stress reduction 

Mar Wed 7

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Angie Hall

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

Mar Thu 8

09:00 am - 10:00 am

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Mar Fri 9

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Caitlin Reilly

This class breaks down essential yogic postures and breathing. It explores how to enter, hold, and exit the postures safely. Students learn to modify or deepen a posture while honoring their unique body structure. They are encouraged to ask questions. It is not a vinyasa class, but can prepare the student for FVF or VF.

Primary Focus: Alignment, safe transitions, and posture modifications/ variations to suit your body.

Ideal for: Beginners, seniors, young adults, or experienced students who wish to refine their practice.

05:30 pm - 06:15 pm

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

06:30 pm - 07:30 pm

Instructor: Maureen Reardon

Gentle Hatha Yoga (GHY) is a beginner's class. Yoga postures are held longer to develop proper breathing, alignment, and strength. This class provides gentle stretching to promote flexibility and relaxation.
 
Primary focus: Introduction of yoga postures/ elements of yoga
Ideal for: Beginners/ Individuals with chronic pain/fatigue/muscle and joint pain/ stress reduction 

Mar Sat 10

08:30 am - 09:30 am

Instructor: Susan Guerino

Yin Vinyasa (YinVin)
VinYin is the perfect balance between yin and yang. Class starts with vinyasa and ends with yin yoga, leaving you feeling refreshed and relaxed. The active practice of vinyasa flow requires us to tap into our yang energy as we move dynamically from pose to pose. The yin practice, rooted in the Taoist yoga tradition, is slower paced and postures are held longer. Yin yoga targets the connective tissues helping to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility.
Props make the practice accessible to people of all abilities.
These classes are taught in a warm room but not as warm as hot vinyasa classes.

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Sharon Schwartzburt

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Mar Sun 11

09:00 am - 09:45 am

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

01:00 pm - 01:45 pm

Instructor: Tee Ratchford

Fun and mindful flow for kids and preteens (Ages 7-14: flexible age range)

Mar Tue 13

09:30 am - 10:30 am

Instructor: Sarah Wnenchak

Gentle Hatha Yoga (GHY) is a beginner's class. Yoga postures are held longer to develop proper breathing, alignment, and strength. This class provides gentle stretching to promote flexibility and relaxation.
 
Primary focus: Introduction of yoga postures/ elements of yoga
Ideal for: Beginners/ Individuals with chronic pain/fatigue/muscle and joint pain/ stress reduction 

Mar Wed 14

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Angie Hall

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

Mar Thu 15

09:00 am - 10:00 am

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Mar Fri 16

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Caitlin Reilly

This class breaks down essential yogic postures and breathing. It explores how to enter, hold, and exit the postures safely. Students learn to modify or deepen a posture while honoring their unique body structure. They are encouraged to ask questions. It is not a vinyasa class, but can prepare the student for FVF or VF.

Primary Focus: Alignment, safe transitions, and posture modifications/ variations to suit your body.

Ideal for: Beginners, seniors, young adults, or experienced students who wish to refine their practice.

05:30 pm - 06:15 pm

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Mar Sat 17

08:30 am - 09:30 am

Instructor: Susan Guerino

Yin Vinyasa (YinVin)
VinYin is the perfect balance between yin and yang. Class starts with vinyasa and ends with yin yoga, leaving you feeling refreshed and relaxed. The active practice of vinyasa flow requires us to tap into our yang energy as we move dynamically from pose to pose. The yin practice, rooted in the Taoist yoga tradition, is slower paced and postures are held longer. Yin yoga targets the connective tissues helping to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility.
Props make the practice accessible to people of all abilities.
These classes are taught in a warm room but not as warm as hot vinyasa classes.

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Sharon Schwartzburt

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Mar Sun 18

09:00 am - 09:45 am

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

01:00 pm - 01:45 pm

Instructor: Tee Ratchford

Fun and mindful flow for kids and preteens (Ages 7-14: flexible age range)

Mar Tue 20

09:30 am - 10:30 am

Instructor: Sarah Wnenchak

Gentle Hatha Yoga (GHY) is a beginner's class. Yoga postures are held longer to develop proper breathing, alignment, and strength. This class provides gentle stretching to promote flexibility and relaxation.
 
Primary focus: Introduction of yoga postures/ elements of yoga
Ideal for: Beginners/ Individuals with chronic pain/fatigue/muscle and joint pain/ stress reduction 

Mar Wed 21

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Angie Hall

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

Mar Thu 22

09:00 am - 10:00 am

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Mar Fri 23

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Caitlin Reilly

This class breaks down essential yogic postures and breathing. It explores how to enter, hold, and exit the postures safely. Students learn to modify or deepen a posture while honoring their unique body structure. They are encouraged to ask questions. It is not a vinyasa class, but can prepare the student for FVF or VF.

Primary Focus: Alignment, safe transitions, and posture modifications/ variations to suit your body.

Ideal for: Beginners, seniors, young adults, or experienced students who wish to refine their practice.

05:30 pm - 06:15 pm

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Mar Sat 24

08:30 am - 09:30 am

Instructor: Susan Guerino

Yin Vinyasa (YinVin)
VinYin is the perfect balance between yin and yang. Class starts with vinyasa and ends with yin yoga, leaving you feeling refreshed and relaxed. The active practice of vinyasa flow requires us to tap into our yang energy as we move dynamically from pose to pose. The yin practice, rooted in the Taoist yoga tradition, is slower paced and postures are held longer. Yin yoga targets the connective tissues helping to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility.
Props make the practice accessible to people of all abilities.
These classes are taught in a warm room but not as warm as hot vinyasa classes.

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Sharon Schwartzburt

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Mar Sun 25

09:00 am - 09:45 am

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

01:00 pm - 01:45 pm

Instructor: Tee Ratchford

Fun and mindful flow for kids and preteens (Ages 7-14: flexible age range)

Mar Tue 27

09:30 am - 10:30 am

Instructor: Sarah Wnenchak

Gentle Hatha Yoga (GHY) is a beginner's class. Yoga postures are held longer to develop proper breathing, alignment, and strength. This class provides gentle stretching to promote flexibility and relaxation.
 
Primary focus: Introduction of yoga postures/ elements of yoga
Ideal for: Beginners/ Individuals with chronic pain/fatigue/muscle and joint pain/ stress reduction 

Mar Wed 28

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Angie Hall

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

Mar Thu 29

09:00 am - 10:00 am

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Mar Fri 30

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Caitlin Reilly

This class breaks down essential yogic postures and breathing. It explores how to enter, hold, and exit the postures safely. Students learn to modify or deepen a posture while honoring their unique body structure. They are encouraged to ask questions. It is not a vinyasa class, but can prepare the student for FVF or VF.

Primary Focus: Alignment, safe transitions, and posture modifications/ variations to suit your body.

Ideal for: Beginners, seniors, young adults, or experienced students who wish to refine their practice.

05:30 pm - 06:15 pm

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Mar Sat 31

08:30 am - 09:30 am

Instructor: Susan Guerino

Yin Vinyasa (YinVin)
VinYin is the perfect balance between yin and yang. Class starts with vinyasa and ends with yin yoga, leaving you feeling refreshed and relaxed. The active practice of vinyasa flow requires us to tap into our yang energy as we move dynamically from pose to pose. The yin practice, rooted in the Taoist yoga tradition, is slower paced and postures are held longer. Yin yoga targets the connective tissues helping to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility.
Props make the practice accessible to people of all abilities.
These classes are taught in a warm room but not as warm as hot vinyasa classes.

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Sharon Schwartzburt

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Apr Sun 1

09:00 am - 09:45 am

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

01:00 pm - 01:45 pm

Instructor: Tee Ratchford

Fun and mindful flow for kids and preteens (Ages 7-14: flexible age range)

Apr Tue 3

09:30 am - 10:30 am

Instructor: Sarah Wnenchak

Gentle Hatha Yoga (GHY) is a beginner's class. Yoga postures are held longer to develop proper breathing, alignment, and strength. This class provides gentle stretching to promote flexibility and relaxation.
 
Primary focus: Introduction of yoga postures/ elements of yoga
Ideal for: Beginners/ Individuals with chronic pain/fatigue/muscle and joint pain/ stress reduction 

Apr Wed 4

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Angie Hall

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

Apr Thu 5

09:00 am - 10:00 am

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Apr Fri 6

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Caitlin Reilly

This class breaks down essential yogic postures and breathing. It explores how to enter, hold, and exit the postures safely. Students learn to modify or deepen a posture while honoring their unique body structure. They are encouraged to ask questions. It is not a vinyasa class, but can prepare the student for FVF or VF.

Primary Focus: Alignment, safe transitions, and posture modifications/ variations to suit your body.

Ideal for: Beginners, seniors, young adults, or experienced students who wish to refine their practice.

05:30 pm - 06:15 pm

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Apr Sat 7

08:30 am - 09:30 am

Instructor: Susan Guerino

Yin Vinyasa (YinVin)
VinYin is the perfect balance between yin and yang. Class starts with vinyasa and ends with yin yoga, leaving you feeling refreshed and relaxed. The active practice of vinyasa flow requires us to tap into our yang energy as we move dynamically from pose to pose. The yin practice, rooted in the Taoist yoga tradition, is slower paced and postures are held longer. Yin yoga targets the connective tissues helping to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility.
Props make the practice accessible to people of all abilities.
These classes are taught in a warm room but not as warm as hot vinyasa classes.

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Sharon Schwartzburt

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Apr Sun 8

09:00 am - 09:45 am

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

01:00 pm - 01:45 pm

Instructor: Tee Ratchford

Fun and mindful flow for kids and preteens (Ages 7-14: flexible age range)

Apr Tue 10

09:30 am - 10:30 am

Instructor: Sarah Wnenchak

Gentle Hatha Yoga (GHY) is a beginner's class. Yoga postures are held longer to develop proper breathing, alignment, and strength. This class provides gentle stretching to promote flexibility and relaxation.
 
Primary focus: Introduction of yoga postures/ elements of yoga
Ideal for: Beginners/ Individuals with chronic pain/fatigue/muscle and joint pain/ stress reduction 

Apr Wed 11

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Angie Hall

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

Apr Thu 12

09:00 am - 10:00 am

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Apr Fri 13

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Caitlin Reilly

This class breaks down essential yogic postures and breathing. It explores how to enter, hold, and exit the postures safely. Students learn to modify or deepen a posture while honoring their unique body structure. They are encouraged to ask questions. It is not a vinyasa class, but can prepare the student for FVF or VF.

Primary Focus: Alignment, safe transitions, and posture modifications/ variations to suit your body.

Ideal for: Beginners, seniors, young adults, or experienced students who wish to refine their practice.

05:30 pm - 06:15 pm

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Apr Sat 14

08:30 am - 09:30 am

Instructor: Susan Guerino

Yin Vinyasa (YinVin)
VinYin is the perfect balance between yin and yang. Class starts with vinyasa and ends with yin yoga, leaving you feeling refreshed and relaxed. The active practice of vinyasa flow requires us to tap into our yang energy as we move dynamically from pose to pose. The yin practice, rooted in the Taoist yoga tradition, is slower paced and postures are held longer. Yin yoga targets the connective tissues helping to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility.
Props make the practice accessible to people of all abilities.
These classes are taught in a warm room but not as warm as hot vinyasa classes.

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Sharon Schwartzburt

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Apr Sun 15

09:00 am - 09:45 am

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

01:00 pm - 01:45 pm

Instructor: Tee Ratchford

Fun and mindful flow for kids and preteens (Ages 7-14: flexible age range)

Apr Tue 17

09:30 am - 10:30 am

Instructor: Sarah Wnenchak

Gentle Hatha Yoga (GHY) is a beginner's class. Yoga postures are held longer to develop proper breathing, alignment, and strength. This class provides gentle stretching to promote flexibility and relaxation.
 
Primary focus: Introduction of yoga postures/ elements of yoga
Ideal for: Beginners/ Individuals with chronic pain/fatigue/muscle and joint pain/ stress reduction 

Apr Wed 18

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Angie Hall

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

Apr Thu 19

09:00 am - 10:00 am

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Apr Fri 20

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Caitlin Reilly

This class breaks down essential yogic postures and breathing. It explores how to enter, hold, and exit the postures safely. Students learn to modify or deepen a posture while honoring their unique body structure. They are encouraged to ask questions. It is not a vinyasa class, but can prepare the student for FVF or VF.

Primary Focus: Alignment, safe transitions, and posture modifications/ variations to suit your body.

Ideal for: Beginners, seniors, young adults, or experienced students who wish to refine their practice.

05:30 pm - 06:15 pm

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Apr Sat 21

08:30 am - 09:30 am

Instructor: Susan Guerino

Yin Vinyasa (YinVin)
VinYin is the perfect balance between yin and yang. Class starts with vinyasa and ends with yin yoga, leaving you feeling refreshed and relaxed. The active practice of vinyasa flow requires us to tap into our yang energy as we move dynamically from pose to pose. The yin practice, rooted in the Taoist yoga tradition, is slower paced and postures are held longer. Yin yoga targets the connective tissues helping to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility.
Props make the practice accessible to people of all abilities.
These classes are taught in a warm room but not as warm as hot vinyasa classes.

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Sharon Schwartzburt

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Apr Sun 22

09:00 am - 09:45 am

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

01:00 pm - 01:45 pm

Instructor: Tee Ratchford

Fun and mindful flow for kids and preteens (Ages 7-14: flexible age range)

Apr Tue 24

09:30 am - 10:30 am

Instructor: Sarah Wnenchak

Gentle Hatha Yoga (GHY) is a beginner's class. Yoga postures are held longer to develop proper breathing, alignment, and strength. This class provides gentle stretching to promote flexibility and relaxation.
 
Primary focus: Introduction of yoga postures/ elements of yoga
Ideal for: Beginners/ Individuals with chronic pain/fatigue/muscle and joint pain/ stress reduction 

Apr Wed 25

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Angie Hall

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

Apr Thu 26

09:00 am - 10:00 am

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Apr Fri 27

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Caitlin Reilly

This class breaks down essential yogic postures and breathing. It explores how to enter, hold, and exit the postures safely. Students learn to modify or deepen a posture while honoring their unique body structure. They are encouraged to ask questions. It is not a vinyasa class, but can prepare the student for FVF or VF.

Primary Focus: Alignment, safe transitions, and posture modifications/ variations to suit your body.

Ideal for: Beginners, seniors, young adults, or experienced students who wish to refine their practice.

05:30 pm - 06:15 pm

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Apr Sat 28

08:30 am - 09:30 am

Instructor: Susan Guerino

Yin Vinyasa (YinVin)
VinYin is the perfect balance between yin and yang. Class starts with vinyasa and ends with yin yoga, leaving you feeling refreshed and relaxed. The active practice of vinyasa flow requires us to tap into our yang energy as we move dynamically from pose to pose. The yin practice, rooted in the Taoist yoga tradition, is slower paced and postures are held longer. Yin yoga targets the connective tissues helping to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility.
Props make the practice accessible to people of all abilities.
These classes are taught in a warm room but not as warm as hot vinyasa classes.

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Sharon Schwartzburt

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Apr Sun 29

09:00 am - 09:45 am

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

01:00 pm - 01:45 pm

Instructor: Tee Ratchford

Fun and mindful flow for kids and preteens (Ages 7-14: flexible age range)

May Wed 2

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Angie Hall

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

May Thu 3

09:00 am - 10:00 am

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

May Fri 4

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Caitlin Reilly

This class breaks down essential yogic postures and breathing. It explores how to enter, hold, and exit the postures safely. Students learn to modify or deepen a posture while honoring their unique body structure. They are encouraged to ask questions. It is not a vinyasa class, but can prepare the student for FVF or VF.

Primary Focus: Alignment, safe transitions, and posture modifications/ variations to suit your body.

Ideal for: Beginners, seniors, young adults, or experienced students who wish to refine their practice.

05:30 pm - 06:15 pm

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

May Sat 5

08:30 am - 09:30 am

Instructor: Susan Guerino

Yin Vinyasa (YinVin)
VinYin is the perfect balance between yin and yang. Class starts with vinyasa and ends with yin yoga, leaving you feeling refreshed and relaxed. The active practice of vinyasa flow requires us to tap into our yang energy as we move dynamically from pose to pose. The yin practice, rooted in the Taoist yoga tradition, is slower paced and postures are held longer. Yin yoga targets the connective tissues helping to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility.
Props make the practice accessible to people of all abilities.
These classes are taught in a warm room but not as warm as hot vinyasa classes.

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Sharon Schwartzburt

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

May Sun 6

09:00 am - 09:45 am

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

01:00 pm - 01:45 pm

Instructor: Tee Ratchford

Fun and mindful flow for kids and preteens (Ages 7-14: flexible age range)

May Wed 9

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Angie Hall

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

May Thu 10

09:00 am - 10:00 am

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

May Fri 11

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Caitlin Reilly

This class breaks down essential yogic postures and breathing. It explores how to enter, hold, and exit the postures safely. Students learn to modify or deepen a posture while honoring their unique body structure. They are encouraged to ask questions. It is not a vinyasa class, but can prepare the student for FVF or VF.

Primary Focus: Alignment, safe transitions, and posture modifications/ variations to suit your body.

Ideal for: Beginners, seniors, young adults, or experienced students who wish to refine their practice.

05:30 pm - 06:15 pm

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

May Sat 12

08:30 am - 09:30 am

Instructor: Susan Guerino

Yin Vinyasa (YinVin)
VinYin is the perfect balance between yin and yang. Class starts with vinyasa and ends with yin yoga, leaving you feeling refreshed and relaxed. The active practice of vinyasa flow requires us to tap into our yang energy as we move dynamically from pose to pose. The yin practice, rooted in the Taoist yoga tradition, is slower paced and postures are held longer. Yin yoga targets the connective tissues helping to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility.
Props make the practice accessible to people of all abilities.
These classes are taught in a warm room but not as warm as hot vinyasa classes.

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Sharon Schwartzburt

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

May Sun 13

09:00 am - 09:45 am

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

01:00 pm - 01:45 pm

Instructor: Tee Ratchford

Fun and mindful flow for kids and preteens (Ages 7-14: flexible age range)

May Wed 16

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Angie Hall

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

May Thu 17

09:00 am - 10:00 am

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

May Fri 18

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Caitlin Reilly

This class breaks down essential yogic postures and breathing. It explores how to enter, hold, and exit the postures safely. Students learn to modify or deepen a posture while honoring their unique body structure. They are encouraged to ask questions. It is not a vinyasa class, but can prepare the student for FVF or VF.

Primary Focus: Alignment, safe transitions, and posture modifications/ variations to suit your body.

Ideal for: Beginners, seniors, young adults, or experienced students who wish to refine their practice.

05:30 pm - 06:15 pm

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

May Sat 19

08:30 am - 09:30 am

Instructor: Susan Guerino

Yin Vinyasa (YinVin)
VinYin is the perfect balance between yin and yang. Class starts with vinyasa and ends with yin yoga, leaving you feeling refreshed and relaxed. The active practice of vinyasa flow requires us to tap into our yang energy as we move dynamically from pose to pose. The yin practice, rooted in the Taoist yoga tradition, is slower paced and postures are held longer. Yin yoga targets the connective tissues helping to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility.
Props make the practice accessible to people of all abilities.
These classes are taught in a warm room but not as warm as hot vinyasa classes.

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Sharon Schwartzburt

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

May Sun 20

09:00 am - 09:45 am

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

01:00 pm - 01:45 pm

Instructor: Tee Ratchford

Fun and mindful flow for kids and preteens (Ages 7-14: flexible age range)

May Wed 23

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Angie Hall

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

May Thu 24

09:00 am - 10:00 am

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

May Fri 25

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Caitlin Reilly

This class breaks down essential yogic postures and breathing. It explores how to enter, hold, and exit the postures safely. Students learn to modify or deepen a posture while honoring their unique body structure. They are encouraged to ask questions. It is not a vinyasa class, but can prepare the student for FVF or VF.

Primary Focus: Alignment, safe transitions, and posture modifications/ variations to suit your body.

Ideal for: Beginners, seniors, young adults, or experienced students who wish to refine their practice.

05:30 pm - 06:15 pm

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

May Sat 26

08:30 am - 09:30 am

Instructor: Susan Guerino

Yin Vinyasa (YinVin)
VinYin is the perfect balance between yin and yang. Class starts with vinyasa and ends with yin yoga, leaving you feeling refreshed and relaxed. The active practice of vinyasa flow requires us to tap into our yang energy as we move dynamically from pose to pose. The yin practice, rooted in the Taoist yoga tradition, is slower paced and postures are held longer. Yin yoga targets the connective tissues helping to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility.
Props make the practice accessible to people of all abilities.
These classes are taught in a warm room but not as warm as hot vinyasa classes.

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Sharon Schwartzburt

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

May Sun 27

09:00 am - 09:45 am

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

01:00 pm - 01:45 pm

Instructor: Tee Ratchford

Fun and mindful flow for kids and preteens (Ages 7-14: flexible age range)

May Wed 30

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Angie Hall

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

May Thu 31

09:00 am - 10:00 am

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Jun Fri 1

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Caitlin Reilly

This class breaks down essential yogic postures and breathing. It explores how to enter, hold, and exit the postures safely. Students learn to modify or deepen a posture while honoring their unique body structure. They are encouraged to ask questions. It is not a vinyasa class, but can prepare the student for FVF or VF.

Primary Focus: Alignment, safe transitions, and posture modifications/ variations to suit your body.

Ideal for: Beginners, seniors, young adults, or experienced students who wish to refine their practice.

05:30 pm - 06:15 pm

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Jun Sat 2

08:30 am - 09:30 am

Instructor: Susan Guerino

Yin Vinyasa (YinVin)
VinYin is the perfect balance between yin and yang. Class starts with vinyasa and ends with yin yoga, leaving you feeling refreshed and relaxed. The active practice of vinyasa flow requires us to tap into our yang energy as we move dynamically from pose to pose. The yin practice, rooted in the Taoist yoga tradition, is slower paced and postures are held longer. Yin yoga targets the connective tissues helping to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility.
Props make the practice accessible to people of all abilities.
These classes are taught in a warm room but not as warm as hot vinyasa classes.

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Sharon Schwartzburt

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Jun Sun 3

09:00 am - 09:45 am

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

01:00 pm - 01:45 pm

Instructor: Tee Ratchford

Fun and mindful flow for kids and preteens (Ages 7-14: flexible age range)

Jun Wed 6

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Angie Hall

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

Jun Thu 7

09:00 am - 10:00 am

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Jun Fri 8

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Caitlin Reilly

This class breaks down essential yogic postures and breathing. It explores how to enter, hold, and exit the postures safely. Students learn to modify or deepen a posture while honoring their unique body structure. They are encouraged to ask questions. It is not a vinyasa class, but can prepare the student for FVF or VF.

Primary Focus: Alignment, safe transitions, and posture modifications/ variations to suit your body.

Ideal for: Beginners, seniors, young adults, or experienced students who wish to refine their practice.

05:30 pm - 06:15 pm

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Jun Sat 9

08:30 am - 09:30 am

Instructor: Susan Guerino

Yin Vinyasa (YinVin)
VinYin is the perfect balance between yin and yang. Class starts with vinyasa and ends with yin yoga, leaving you feeling refreshed and relaxed. The active practice of vinyasa flow requires us to tap into our yang energy as we move dynamically from pose to pose. The yin practice, rooted in the Taoist yoga tradition, is slower paced and postures are held longer. Yin yoga targets the connective tissues helping to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility.
Props make the practice accessible to people of all abilities.
These classes are taught in a warm room but not as warm as hot vinyasa classes.

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Sharon Schwartzburt

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Jun Sun 10

09:00 am - 09:45 am

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

01:00 pm - 01:45 pm

Instructor: Tee Ratchford

Fun and mindful flow for kids and preteens (Ages 7-14: flexible age range)

Jun Wed 13

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Angie Hall

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

Jun Thu 14

09:00 am - 10:00 am

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Jun Fri 15

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Caitlin Reilly

This class breaks down essential yogic postures and breathing. It explores how to enter, hold, and exit the postures safely. Students learn to modify or deepen a posture while honoring their unique body structure. They are encouraged to ask questions. It is not a vinyasa class, but can prepare the student for FVF or VF.

Primary Focus: Alignment, safe transitions, and posture modifications/ variations to suit your body.

Ideal for: Beginners, seniors, young adults, or experienced students who wish to refine their practice.

05:30 pm - 06:15 pm

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Jun Sat 16

08:30 am - 09:30 am

Instructor: Susan Guerino

Yin Vinyasa (YinVin)
VinYin is the perfect balance between yin and yang. Class starts with vinyasa and ends with yin yoga, leaving you feeling refreshed and relaxed. The active practice of vinyasa flow requires us to tap into our yang energy as we move dynamically from pose to pose. The yin practice, rooted in the Taoist yoga tradition, is slower paced and postures are held longer. Yin yoga targets the connective tissues helping to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility.
Props make the practice accessible to people of all abilities.
These classes are taught in a warm room but not as warm as hot vinyasa classes.

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Sharon Schwartzburt

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Jun Sun 17

09:00 am - 09:45 am

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

01:00 pm - 01:45 pm

Instructor: Tee Ratchford

Fun and mindful flow for kids and preteens (Ages 7-14: flexible age range)

Jun Wed 20

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Angie Hall

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

Jun Thu 21

09:00 am - 10:00 am

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Jun Fri 22

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Caitlin Reilly

This class breaks down essential yogic postures and breathing. It explores how to enter, hold, and exit the postures safely. Students learn to modify or deepen a posture while honoring their unique body structure. They are encouraged to ask questions. It is not a vinyasa class, but can prepare the student for FVF or VF.

Primary Focus: Alignment, safe transitions, and posture modifications/ variations to suit your body.

Ideal for: Beginners, seniors, young adults, or experienced students who wish to refine their practice.

05:30 pm - 06:15 pm

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Jun Sat 23

08:30 am - 09:30 am

Instructor: Susan Guerino

Yin Vinyasa (YinVin)
VinYin is the perfect balance between yin and yang. Class starts with vinyasa and ends with yin yoga, leaving you feeling refreshed and relaxed. The active practice of vinyasa flow requires us to tap into our yang energy as we move dynamically from pose to pose. The yin practice, rooted in the Taoist yoga tradition, is slower paced and postures are held longer. Yin yoga targets the connective tissues helping to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility.
Props make the practice accessible to people of all abilities.
These classes are taught in a warm room but not as warm as hot vinyasa classes.

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Sharon Schwartzburt

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Jun Sun 24

09:00 am - 09:45 am

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

01:00 pm - 01:45 pm

Instructor: Tee Ratchford

Fun and mindful flow for kids and preteens (Ages 7-14: flexible age range)

Jun Wed 27

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Angie Hall

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

Jun Thu 28

09:00 am - 10:00 am

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Jun Fri 29

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Caitlin Reilly

This class breaks down essential yogic postures and breathing. It explores how to enter, hold, and exit the postures safely. Students learn to modify or deepen a posture while honoring their unique body structure. They are encouraged to ask questions. It is not a vinyasa class, but can prepare the student for FVF or VF.

Primary Focus: Alignment, safe transitions, and posture modifications/ variations to suit your body.

Ideal for: Beginners, seniors, young adults, or experienced students who wish to refine their practice.

05:30 pm - 06:15 pm

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Jun Sat 30

08:30 am - 09:30 am

Instructor: Susan Guerino

Yin Vinyasa (YinVin)
VinYin is the perfect balance between yin and yang. Class starts with vinyasa and ends with yin yoga, leaving you feeling refreshed and relaxed. The active practice of vinyasa flow requires us to tap into our yang energy as we move dynamically from pose to pose. The yin practice, rooted in the Taoist yoga tradition, is slower paced and postures are held longer. Yin yoga targets the connective tissues helping to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility.
Props make the practice accessible to people of all abilities.
These classes are taught in a warm room but not as warm as hot vinyasa classes.

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Sharon Schwartzburt

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Jul Sun 1

09:00 am - 09:45 am

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

01:00 pm - 01:45 pm

Instructor: Tee Ratchford

Fun and mindful flow for kids and preteens (Ages 7-14: flexible age range)

Jul Wed 4

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Angie Hall

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

Jul Thu 5

09:00 am - 10:00 am

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Jul Fri 6

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Caitlin Reilly

This class breaks down essential yogic postures and breathing. It explores how to enter, hold, and exit the postures safely. Students learn to modify or deepen a posture while honoring their unique body structure. They are encouraged to ask questions. It is not a vinyasa class, but can prepare the student for FVF or VF.

Primary Focus: Alignment, safe transitions, and posture modifications/ variations to suit your body.

Ideal for: Beginners, seniors, young adults, or experienced students who wish to refine their practice.

05:30 pm - 06:15 pm

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Jul Sat 7

08:30 am - 09:30 am

Instructor: Susan Guerino

Yin Vinyasa (YinVin)
VinYin is the perfect balance between yin and yang. Class starts with vinyasa and ends with yin yoga, leaving you feeling refreshed and relaxed. The active practice of vinyasa flow requires us to tap into our yang energy as we move dynamically from pose to pose. The yin practice, rooted in the Taoist yoga tradition, is slower paced and postures are held longer. Yin yoga targets the connective tissues helping to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility.
Props make the practice accessible to people of all abilities.
These classes are taught in a warm room but not as warm as hot vinyasa classes.

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Sharon Schwartzburt

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Jul Sun 8

09:00 am - 09:45 am

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

01:00 pm - 01:45 pm

Instructor: Tee Ratchford

Fun and mindful flow for kids and preteens (Ages 7-14: flexible age range)

Jul Wed 11

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Angie Hall

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

Jul Thu 12

09:00 am - 10:00 am

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Jul Fri 13

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Caitlin Reilly

This class breaks down essential yogic postures and breathing. It explores how to enter, hold, and exit the postures safely. Students learn to modify or deepen a posture while honoring their unique body structure. They are encouraged to ask questions. It is not a vinyasa class, but can prepare the student for FVF or VF.

Primary Focus: Alignment, safe transitions, and posture modifications/ variations to suit your body.

Ideal for: Beginners, seniors, young adults, or experienced students who wish to refine their practice.

05:30 pm - 06:15 pm

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Jul Sat 14

08:30 am - 09:30 am

Instructor: Susan Guerino

Yin Vinyasa (YinVin)
VinYin is the perfect balance between yin and yang. Class starts with vinyasa and ends with yin yoga, leaving you feeling refreshed and relaxed. The active practice of vinyasa flow requires us to tap into our yang energy as we move dynamically from pose to pose. The yin practice, rooted in the Taoist yoga tradition, is slower paced and postures are held longer. Yin yoga targets the connective tissues helping to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility.
Props make the practice accessible to people of all abilities.
These classes are taught in a warm room but not as warm as hot vinyasa classes.

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Sharon Schwartzburt

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Jul Sun 15

09:00 am - 09:45 am

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

01:00 pm - 01:45 pm

Instructor: Tee Ratchford

Fun and mindful flow for kids and preteens (Ages 7-14: flexible age range)

Jul Wed 18

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Angie Hall

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

Jul Thu 19

09:00 am - 10:00 am

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Jul Fri 20

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Caitlin Reilly

This class breaks down essential yogic postures and breathing. It explores how to enter, hold, and exit the postures safely. Students learn to modify or deepen a posture while honoring their unique body structure. They are encouraged to ask questions. It is not a vinyasa class, but can prepare the student for FVF or VF.

Primary Focus: Alignment, safe transitions, and posture modifications/ variations to suit your body.

Ideal for: Beginners, seniors, young adults, or experienced students who wish to refine their practice.

05:30 pm - 06:15 pm

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Jul Sat 21

08:30 am - 09:30 am

Instructor: Susan Guerino

Yin Vinyasa (YinVin)
VinYin is the perfect balance between yin and yang. Class starts with vinyasa and ends with yin yoga, leaving you feeling refreshed and relaxed. The active practice of vinyasa flow requires us to tap into our yang energy as we move dynamically from pose to pose. The yin practice, rooted in the Taoist yoga tradition, is slower paced and postures are held longer. Yin yoga targets the connective tissues helping to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility.
Props make the practice accessible to people of all abilities.
These classes are taught in a warm room but not as warm as hot vinyasa classes.

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Sharon Schwartzburt

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Jul Sun 22

09:00 am - 09:45 am

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

01:00 pm - 01:45 pm

Instructor: Tee Ratchford

Fun and mindful flow for kids and preteens (Ages 7-14: flexible age range)

Jul Wed 25

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Angie Hall

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

Jul Thu 26

09:00 am - 10:00 am

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Jul Fri 27

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Caitlin Reilly

This class breaks down essential yogic postures and breathing. It explores how to enter, hold, and exit the postures safely. Students learn to modify or deepen a posture while honoring their unique body structure. They are encouraged to ask questions. It is not a vinyasa class, but can prepare the student for FVF or VF.

Primary Focus: Alignment, safe transitions, and posture modifications/ variations to suit your body.

Ideal for: Beginners, seniors, young adults, or experienced students who wish to refine their practice.

05:30 pm - 06:15 pm

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Jul Sat 28

08:30 am - 09:30 am

Instructor: Susan Guerino

Yin Vinyasa (YinVin)
VinYin is the perfect balance between yin and yang. Class starts with vinyasa and ends with yin yoga, leaving you feeling refreshed and relaxed. The active practice of vinyasa flow requires us to tap into our yang energy as we move dynamically from pose to pose. The yin practice, rooted in the Taoist yoga tradition, is slower paced and postures are held longer. Yin yoga targets the connective tissues helping to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility.
Props make the practice accessible to people of all abilities.
These classes are taught in a warm room but not as warm as hot vinyasa classes.

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Sharon Schwartzburt

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Jul Sun 29

09:00 am - 09:45 am

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

01:00 pm - 01:45 pm

Instructor: Tee Ratchford

Fun and mindful flow for kids and preteens (Ages 7-14: flexible age range)

Aug Wed 1

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Angie Hall

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

Aug Thu 2

09:00 am - 10:00 am

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Aug Fri 3

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Caitlin Reilly

This class breaks down essential yogic postures and breathing. It explores how to enter, hold, and exit the postures safely. Students learn to modify or deepen a posture while honoring their unique body structure. They are encouraged to ask questions. It is not a vinyasa class, but can prepare the student for FVF or VF.

Primary Focus: Alignment, safe transitions, and posture modifications/ variations to suit your body.

Ideal for: Beginners, seniors, young adults, or experienced students who wish to refine their practice.

05:30 pm - 06:15 pm

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Aug Sat 4

08:30 am - 09:30 am

Instructor: Susan Guerino

Yin Vinyasa (YinVin)
VinYin is the perfect balance between yin and yang. Class starts with vinyasa and ends with yin yoga, leaving you feeling refreshed and relaxed. The active practice of vinyasa flow requires us to tap into our yang energy as we move dynamically from pose to pose. The yin practice, rooted in the Taoist yoga tradition, is slower paced and postures are held longer. Yin yoga targets the connective tissues helping to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility.
Props make the practice accessible to people of all abilities.
These classes are taught in a warm room but not as warm as hot vinyasa classes.

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Sharon Schwartzburt

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Aug Sun 5

09:00 am - 09:45 am

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

01:00 pm - 01:45 pm

Instructor: Tee Ratchford

Fun and mindful flow for kids and preteens (Ages 7-14: flexible age range)

Aug Wed 8

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Angie Hall

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

Aug Thu 9

09:00 am - 10:00 am

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Aug Fri 10

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Caitlin Reilly

This class breaks down essential yogic postures and breathing. It explores how to enter, hold, and exit the postures safely. Students learn to modify or deepen a posture while honoring their unique body structure. They are encouraged to ask questions. It is not a vinyasa class, but can prepare the student for FVF or VF.

Primary Focus: Alignment, safe transitions, and posture modifications/ variations to suit your body.

Ideal for: Beginners, seniors, young adults, or experienced students who wish to refine their practice.

05:30 pm - 06:15 pm

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Aug Sat 11

08:30 am - 09:30 am

Instructor: Susan Guerino

Yin Vinyasa (YinVin)
VinYin is the perfect balance between yin and yang. Class starts with vinyasa and ends with yin yoga, leaving you feeling refreshed and relaxed. The active practice of vinyasa flow requires us to tap into our yang energy as we move dynamically from pose to pose. The yin practice, rooted in the Taoist yoga tradition, is slower paced and postures are held longer. Yin yoga targets the connective tissues helping to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility.
Props make the practice accessible to people of all abilities.
These classes are taught in a warm room but not as warm as hot vinyasa classes.

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Sharon Schwartzburt

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Aug Sun 12

09:00 am - 09:45 am

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

01:00 pm - 01:45 pm

Instructor: Tee Ratchford

Fun and mindful flow for kids and preteens (Ages 7-14: flexible age range)

Aug Wed 15

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Angie Hall

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

Aug Thu 16

09:00 am - 10:00 am

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Aug Fri 17

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Caitlin Reilly

This class breaks down essential yogic postures and breathing. It explores how to enter, hold, and exit the postures safely. Students learn to modify or deepen a posture while honoring their unique body structure. They are encouraged to ask questions. It is not a vinyasa class, but can prepare the student for FVF or VF.

Primary Focus: Alignment, safe transitions, and posture modifications/ variations to suit your body.

Ideal for: Beginners, seniors, young adults, or experienced students who wish to refine their practice.

05:30 pm - 06:15 pm

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Aug Sat 18

08:30 am - 09:30 am

Instructor: Susan Guerino

Yin Vinyasa (YinVin)
VinYin is the perfect balance between yin and yang. Class starts with vinyasa and ends with yin yoga, leaving you feeling refreshed and relaxed. The active practice of vinyasa flow requires us to tap into our yang energy as we move dynamically from pose to pose. The yin practice, rooted in the Taoist yoga tradition, is slower paced and postures are held longer. Yin yoga targets the connective tissues helping to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility.
Props make the practice accessible to people of all abilities.
These classes are taught in a warm room but not as warm as hot vinyasa classes.

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Sharon Schwartzburt

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Aug Sun 19

09:00 am - 09:45 am

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

01:00 pm - 01:45 pm

Instructor: Tee Ratchford

Fun and mindful flow for kids and preteens (Ages 7-14: flexible age range)

Aug Wed 22

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Angie Hall

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

Aug Thu 23

09:00 am - 10:00 am

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Aug Fri 24

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Caitlin Reilly

This class breaks down essential yogic postures and breathing. It explores how to enter, hold, and exit the postures safely. Students learn to modify or deepen a posture while honoring their unique body structure. They are encouraged to ask questions. It is not a vinyasa class, but can prepare the student for FVF or VF.

Primary Focus: Alignment, safe transitions, and posture modifications/ variations to suit your body.

Ideal for: Beginners, seniors, young adults, or experienced students who wish to refine their practice.

05:30 pm - 06:15 pm

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Aug Sat 25

08:30 am - 09:30 am

Instructor: Susan Guerino

Yin Vinyasa (YinVin)
VinYin is the perfect balance between yin and yang. Class starts with vinyasa and ends with yin yoga, leaving you feeling refreshed and relaxed. The active practice of vinyasa flow requires us to tap into our yang energy as we move dynamically from pose to pose. The yin practice, rooted in the Taoist yoga tradition, is slower paced and postures are held longer. Yin yoga targets the connective tissues helping to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility.
Props make the practice accessible to people of all abilities.
These classes are taught in a warm room but not as warm as hot vinyasa classes.

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Sharon Schwartzburt

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Aug Sun 26

09:00 am - 09:45 am

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

01:00 pm - 01:45 pm

Instructor: Tee Ratchford

Fun and mindful flow for kids and preteens (Ages 7-14: flexible age range)

Aug Wed 29

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Angie Hall

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

Aug Thu 30

09:00 am - 10:00 am

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Aug Fri 31

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Caitlin Reilly

This class breaks down essential yogic postures and breathing. It explores how to enter, hold, and exit the postures safely. Students learn to modify or deepen a posture while honoring their unique body structure. They are encouraged to ask questions. It is not a vinyasa class, but can prepare the student for FVF or VF.

Primary Focus: Alignment, safe transitions, and posture modifications/ variations to suit your body.

Ideal for: Beginners, seniors, young adults, or experienced students who wish to refine their practice.

05:30 pm - 06:15 pm

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Sep Sat 1

08:30 am - 09:30 am

Instructor: Susan Guerino

Yin Vinyasa (YinVin)
VinYin is the perfect balance between yin and yang. Class starts with vinyasa and ends with yin yoga, leaving you feeling refreshed and relaxed. The active practice of vinyasa flow requires us to tap into our yang energy as we move dynamically from pose to pose. The yin practice, rooted in the Taoist yoga tradition, is slower paced and postures are held longer. Yin yoga targets the connective tissues helping to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility.
Props make the practice accessible to people of all abilities.
These classes are taught in a warm room but not as warm as hot vinyasa classes.

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Sharon Schwartzburt

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Sep Sun 2

09:00 am - 09:45 am

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

01:00 pm - 01:45 pm

Instructor: Tee Ratchford

Fun and mindful flow for kids and preteens (Ages 7-14: flexible age range)

Sep Wed 5

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Angie Hall

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

Sep Thu 6

09:00 am - 10:00 am

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Sep Fri 7

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Caitlin Reilly

This class breaks down essential yogic postures and breathing. It explores how to enter, hold, and exit the postures safely. Students learn to modify or deepen a posture while honoring their unique body structure. They are encouraged to ask questions. It is not a vinyasa class, but can prepare the student for FVF or VF.

Primary Focus: Alignment, safe transitions, and posture modifications/ variations to suit your body.

Ideal for: Beginners, seniors, young adults, or experienced students who wish to refine their practice.

05:30 pm - 06:15 pm

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Sep Sat 8

08:30 am - 09:30 am

Instructor: Susan Guerino

Yin Vinyasa (YinVin)
VinYin is the perfect balance between yin and yang. Class starts with vinyasa and ends with yin yoga, leaving you feeling refreshed and relaxed. The active practice of vinyasa flow requires us to tap into our yang energy as we move dynamically from pose to pose. The yin practice, rooted in the Taoist yoga tradition, is slower paced and postures are held longer. Yin yoga targets the connective tissues helping to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility.
Props make the practice accessible to people of all abilities.
These classes are taught in a warm room but not as warm as hot vinyasa classes.

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Sharon Schwartzburt

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Sep Sun 9

09:00 am - 09:45 am

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

01:00 pm - 01:45 pm

Instructor: Tee Ratchford

Fun and mindful flow for kids and preteens (Ages 7-14: flexible age range)

Sep Wed 12

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Angie Hall

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

Sep Thu 13

09:00 am - 10:00 am

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Sep Fri 14

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Caitlin Reilly

This class breaks down essential yogic postures and breathing. It explores how to enter, hold, and exit the postures safely. Students learn to modify or deepen a posture while honoring their unique body structure. They are encouraged to ask questions. It is not a vinyasa class, but can prepare the student for FVF or VF.

Primary Focus: Alignment, safe transitions, and posture modifications/ variations to suit your body.

Ideal for: Beginners, seniors, young adults, or experienced students who wish to refine their practice.

Sep Sat 15

08:30 am - 09:30 am

Instructor: Susan Guerino

Yin Vinyasa (YinVin)
VinYin is the perfect balance between yin and yang. Class starts with vinyasa and ends with yin yoga, leaving you feeling refreshed and relaxed. The active practice of vinyasa flow requires us to tap into our yang energy as we move dynamically from pose to pose. The yin practice, rooted in the Taoist yoga tradition, is slower paced and postures are held longer. Yin yoga targets the connective tissues helping to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility.
Props make the practice accessible to people of all abilities.
These classes are taught in a warm room but not as warm as hot vinyasa classes.

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Sharon Schwartzburt

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Sep Sun 16

09:00 am - 09:45 am

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

01:00 pm - 01:45 pm

Instructor: Tee Ratchford

Fun and mindful flow for kids and preteens (Ages 7-14: flexible age range)

Sep Wed 19

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Angie Hall

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

Sep Thu 20

09:00 am - 10:00 am

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Sep Fri 21

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Caitlin Reilly

This class breaks down essential yogic postures and breathing. It explores how to enter, hold, and exit the postures safely. Students learn to modify or deepen a posture while honoring their unique body structure. They are encouraged to ask questions. It is not a vinyasa class, but can prepare the student for FVF or VF.

Primary Focus: Alignment, safe transitions, and posture modifications/ variations to suit your body.

Ideal for: Beginners, seniors, young adults, or experienced students who wish to refine their practice.

Sep Sat 22

08:30 am - 09:30 am

Instructor: Susan Guerino

Yin Vinyasa (YinVin)
VinYin is the perfect balance between yin and yang. Class starts with vinyasa and ends with yin yoga, leaving you feeling refreshed and relaxed. The active practice of vinyasa flow requires us to tap into our yang energy as we move dynamically from pose to pose. The yin practice, rooted in the Taoist yoga tradition, is slower paced and postures are held longer. Yin yoga targets the connective tissues helping to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility.
Props make the practice accessible to people of all abilities.
These classes are taught in a warm room but not as warm as hot vinyasa classes.

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Sharon Schwartzburt

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Sep Sun 23

09:00 am - 09:45 am

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

01:00 pm - 01:45 pm

Instructor: Tee Ratchford

Fun and mindful flow for kids and preteens (Ages 7-14: flexible age range)

Sep Wed 26

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Angie Hall

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

Sep Thu 27

09:00 am - 10:00 am

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Sep Fri 28

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Caitlin Reilly

This class breaks down essential yogic postures and breathing. It explores how to enter, hold, and exit the postures safely. Students learn to modify or deepen a posture while honoring their unique body structure. They are encouraged to ask questions. It is not a vinyasa class, but can prepare the student for FVF or VF.

Primary Focus: Alignment, safe transitions, and posture modifications/ variations to suit your body.

Ideal for: Beginners, seniors, young adults, or experienced students who wish to refine their practice.

Sep Sat 29

08:30 am - 09:30 am

Instructor: Susan Guerino

Yin Vinyasa (YinVin)
VinYin is the perfect balance between yin and yang. Class starts with vinyasa and ends with yin yoga, leaving you feeling refreshed and relaxed. The active practice of vinyasa flow requires us to tap into our yang energy as we move dynamically from pose to pose. The yin practice, rooted in the Taoist yoga tradition, is slower paced and postures are held longer. Yin yoga targets the connective tissues helping to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility.
Props make the practice accessible to people of all abilities.
These classes are taught in a warm room but not as warm as hot vinyasa classes.

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Sharon Schwartzburt

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Sep Sun 30

09:00 am - 09:45 am

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

01:00 pm - 01:45 pm

Instructor: Tee Ratchford

Fun and mindful flow for kids and preteens (Ages 7-14: flexible age range)

Oct Wed 3

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Angie Hall

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

Oct Thu 4

09:00 am - 10:00 am

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Oct Fri 5

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Caitlin Reilly

This class breaks down essential yogic postures and breathing. It explores how to enter, hold, and exit the postures safely. Students learn to modify or deepen a posture while honoring their unique body structure. They are encouraged to ask questions. It is not a vinyasa class, but can prepare the student for FVF or VF.

Primary Focus: Alignment, safe transitions, and posture modifications/ variations to suit your body.

Ideal for: Beginners, seniors, young adults, or experienced students who wish to refine their practice.

Oct Sat 6

08:30 am - 09:30 am

Instructor: Susan Guerino

Yin Vinyasa (YinVin)
VinYin is the perfect balance between yin and yang. Class starts with vinyasa and ends with yin yoga, leaving you feeling refreshed and relaxed. The active practice of vinyasa flow requires us to tap into our yang energy as we move dynamically from pose to pose. The yin practice, rooted in the Taoist yoga tradition, is slower paced and postures are held longer. Yin yoga targets the connective tissues helping to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility.
Props make the practice accessible to people of all abilities.
These classes are taught in a warm room but not as warm as hot vinyasa classes.

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Sharon Schwartzburt

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Oct Sun 7

09:00 am - 09:45 am

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

01:00 pm - 01:45 pm

Instructor: Tee Ratchford

Fun and mindful flow for kids and preteens (Ages 7-14: flexible age range)

Oct Wed 10

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Angie Hall

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

Oct Thu 11

09:00 am - 10:00 am

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Oct Fri 12

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Caitlin Reilly

This class breaks down essential yogic postures and breathing. It explores how to enter, hold, and exit the postures safely. Students learn to modify or deepen a posture while honoring their unique body structure. They are encouraged to ask questions. It is not a vinyasa class, but can prepare the student for FVF or VF.

Primary Focus: Alignment, safe transitions, and posture modifications/ variations to suit your body.

Ideal for: Beginners, seniors, young adults, or experienced students who wish to refine their practice.

Oct Sat 13

08:30 am - 09:30 am

Instructor: Susan Guerino

Yin Vinyasa (YinVin)
VinYin is the perfect balance between yin and yang. Class starts with vinyasa and ends with yin yoga, leaving you feeling refreshed and relaxed. The active practice of vinyasa flow requires us to tap into our yang energy as we move dynamically from pose to pose. The yin practice, rooted in the Taoist yoga tradition, is slower paced and postures are held longer. Yin yoga targets the connective tissues helping to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility.
Props make the practice accessible to people of all abilities.
These classes are taught in a warm room but not as warm as hot vinyasa classes.

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Sharon Schwartzburt

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Oct Sun 14

09:00 am - 09:45 am

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

01:00 pm - 01:45 pm

Instructor: Tee Ratchford

Fun and mindful flow for kids and preteens (Ages 7-14: flexible age range)

Oct Wed 17

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Angie Hall

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

Oct Thu 18

09:00 am - 10:00 am

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Oct Fri 19

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Caitlin Reilly

This class breaks down essential yogic postures and breathing. It explores how to enter, hold, and exit the postures safely. Students learn to modify or deepen a posture while honoring their unique body structure. They are encouraged to ask questions. It is not a vinyasa class, but can prepare the student for FVF or VF.

Primary Focus: Alignment, safe transitions, and posture modifications/ variations to suit your body.

Ideal for: Beginners, seniors, young adults, or experienced students who wish to refine their practice.

Oct Sat 20

08:30 am - 09:30 am

Instructor: Susan Guerino

Yin Vinyasa (YinVin)
VinYin is the perfect balance between yin and yang. Class starts with vinyasa and ends with yin yoga, leaving you feeling refreshed and relaxed. The active practice of vinyasa flow requires us to tap into our yang energy as we move dynamically from pose to pose. The yin practice, rooted in the Taoist yoga tradition, is slower paced and postures are held longer. Yin yoga targets the connective tissues helping to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility.
Props make the practice accessible to people of all abilities.
These classes are taught in a warm room but not as warm as hot vinyasa classes.

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Sharon Schwartzburt

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Oct Sun 21

09:00 am - 09:45 am

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

01:00 pm - 01:45 pm

Instructor: Tee Ratchford

Fun and mindful flow for kids and preteens (Ages 7-14: flexible age range)

Oct Wed 24

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Angie Hall

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

Oct Thu 25

09:00 am - 10:00 am

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Oct Fri 26

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Caitlin Reilly

This class breaks down essential yogic postures and breathing. It explores how to enter, hold, and exit the postures safely. Students learn to modify or deepen a posture while honoring their unique body structure. They are encouraged to ask questions. It is not a vinyasa class, but can prepare the student for FVF or VF.

Primary Focus: Alignment, safe transitions, and posture modifications/ variations to suit your body.

Ideal for: Beginners, seniors, young adults, or experienced students who wish to refine their practice.

Oct Sat 27

08:30 am - 09:30 am

Instructor: Susan Guerino

Yin Vinyasa (YinVin)
VinYin is the perfect balance between yin and yang. Class starts with vinyasa and ends with yin yoga, leaving you feeling refreshed and relaxed. The active practice of vinyasa flow requires us to tap into our yang energy as we move dynamically from pose to pose. The yin practice, rooted in the Taoist yoga tradition, is slower paced and postures are held longer. Yin yoga targets the connective tissues helping to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility.
Props make the practice accessible to people of all abilities.
These classes are taught in a warm room but not as warm as hot vinyasa classes.

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Sharon Schwartzburt

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Oct Sun 28

09:00 am - 09:45 am

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

01:00 pm - 01:45 pm

Instructor: Tee Ratchford

Fun and mindful flow for kids and preteens (Ages 7-14: flexible age range)

Oct Wed 31

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Angie Hall

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

Nov Thu 1

09:00 am - 10:00 am

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Nov Fri 2

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Caitlin Reilly

This class breaks down essential yogic postures and breathing. It explores how to enter, hold, and exit the postures safely. Students learn to modify or deepen a posture while honoring their unique body structure. They are encouraged to ask questions. It is not a vinyasa class, but can prepare the student for FVF or VF.

Primary Focus: Alignment, safe transitions, and posture modifications/ variations to suit your body.

Ideal for: Beginners, seniors, young adults, or experienced students who wish to refine their practice.

Nov Sat 3

08:30 am - 09:30 am

Instructor: Susan Guerino

Yin Vinyasa (YinVin)
VinYin is the perfect balance between yin and yang. Class starts with vinyasa and ends with yin yoga, leaving you feeling refreshed and relaxed. The active practice of vinyasa flow requires us to tap into our yang energy as we move dynamically from pose to pose. The yin practice, rooted in the Taoist yoga tradition, is slower paced and postures are held longer. Yin yoga targets the connective tissues helping to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility.
Props make the practice accessible to people of all abilities.
These classes are taught in a warm room but not as warm as hot vinyasa classes.

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Sharon Schwartzburt

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Nov Sun 4

09:00 am - 09:45 am

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

01:00 pm - 01:45 pm

Instructor: Tee Ratchford

Fun and mindful flow for kids and preteens (Ages 7-14: flexible age range)

Nov Wed 7

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Angie Hall

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

Nov Thu 8

09:00 am - 10:00 am

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Nov Fri 9

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Caitlin Reilly

This class breaks down essential yogic postures and breathing. It explores how to enter, hold, and exit the postures safely. Students learn to modify or deepen a posture while honoring their unique body structure. They are encouraged to ask questions. It is not a vinyasa class, but can prepare the student for FVF or VF.

Primary Focus: Alignment, safe transitions, and posture modifications/ variations to suit your body.

Ideal for: Beginners, seniors, young adults, or experienced students who wish to refine their practice.

Nov Sat 10

08:30 am - 09:30 am

Instructor: Susan Guerino

Yin Vinyasa (YinVin)
VinYin is the perfect balance between yin and yang. Class starts with vinyasa and ends with yin yoga, leaving you feeling refreshed and relaxed. The active practice of vinyasa flow requires us to tap into our yang energy as we move dynamically from pose to pose. The yin practice, rooted in the Taoist yoga tradition, is slower paced and postures are held longer. Yin yoga targets the connective tissues helping to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility.
Props make the practice accessible to people of all abilities.
These classes are taught in a warm room but not as warm as hot vinyasa classes.

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Sharon Schwartzburt

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Nov Sun 11

09:00 am - 09:45 am

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

01:00 pm - 01:45 pm

Instructor: Tee Ratchford

Fun and mindful flow for kids and preteens (Ages 7-14: flexible age range)

Nov Wed 14

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Angie Hall

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

Nov Thu 15

09:00 am - 10:00 am

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Nov Fri 16

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Caitlin Reilly

This class breaks down essential yogic postures and breathing. It explores how to enter, hold, and exit the postures safely. Students learn to modify or deepen a posture while honoring their unique body structure. They are encouraged to ask questions. It is not a vinyasa class, but can prepare the student for FVF or VF.

Primary Focus: Alignment, safe transitions, and posture modifications/ variations to suit your body.

Ideal for: Beginners, seniors, young adults, or experienced students who wish to refine their practice.

Nov Sat 17

08:30 am - 09:30 am

Instructor: Susan Guerino

Yin Vinyasa (YinVin)
VinYin is the perfect balance between yin and yang. Class starts with vinyasa and ends with yin yoga, leaving you feeling refreshed and relaxed. The active practice of vinyasa flow requires us to tap into our yang energy as we move dynamically from pose to pose. The yin practice, rooted in the Taoist yoga tradition, is slower paced and postures are held longer. Yin yoga targets the connective tissues helping to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility.
Props make the practice accessible to people of all abilities.
These classes are taught in a warm room but not as warm as hot vinyasa classes.

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Sharon Schwartzburt

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Nov Sun 18

09:00 am - 09:45 am

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

01:00 pm - 01:45 pm

Instructor: Tee Ratchford

Fun and mindful flow for kids and preteens (Ages 7-14: flexible age range)

Nov Wed 21

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Angie Hall

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

Nov Thu 22

09:00 am - 10:00 am

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Nov Fri 23

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Caitlin Reilly

This class breaks down essential yogic postures and breathing. It explores how to enter, hold, and exit the postures safely. Students learn to modify or deepen a posture while honoring their unique body structure. They are encouraged to ask questions. It is not a vinyasa class, but can prepare the student for FVF or VF.

Primary Focus: Alignment, safe transitions, and posture modifications/ variations to suit your body.

Ideal for: Beginners, seniors, young adults, or experienced students who wish to refine their practice.

Nov Sat 24

08:30 am - 09:30 am

Instructor: Susan Guerino

Yin Vinyasa (YinVin)
VinYin is the perfect balance between yin and yang. Class starts with vinyasa and ends with yin yoga, leaving you feeling refreshed and relaxed. The active practice of vinyasa flow requires us to tap into our yang energy as we move dynamically from pose to pose. The yin practice, rooted in the Taoist yoga tradition, is slower paced and postures are held longer. Yin yoga targets the connective tissues helping to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility.
Props make the practice accessible to people of all abilities.
These classes are taught in a warm room but not as warm as hot vinyasa classes.

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Sharon Schwartzburt

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Nov Sun 25

09:00 am - 09:45 am

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

01:00 pm - 01:45 pm

Instructor: Tee Ratchford

Fun and mindful flow for kids and preteens (Ages 7-14: flexible age range)

Nov Wed 28

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Angie Hall

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

Nov Thu 29

09:00 am - 10:00 am

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Nov Fri 30

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Caitlin Reilly

This class breaks down essential yogic postures and breathing. It explores how to enter, hold, and exit the postures safely. Students learn to modify or deepen a posture while honoring their unique body structure. They are encouraged to ask questions. It is not a vinyasa class, but can prepare the student for FVF or VF.

Primary Focus: Alignment, safe transitions, and posture modifications/ variations to suit your body.

Ideal for: Beginners, seniors, young adults, or experienced students who wish to refine their practice.

Dec Sat 1

08:30 am - 09:30 am

Instructor: Susan Guerino

Yin Vinyasa (YinVin)
VinYin is the perfect balance between yin and yang. Class starts with vinyasa and ends with yin yoga, leaving you feeling refreshed and relaxed. The active practice of vinyasa flow requires us to tap into our yang energy as we move dynamically from pose to pose. The yin practice, rooted in the Taoist yoga tradition, is slower paced and postures are held longer. Yin yoga targets the connective tissues helping to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility.
Props make the practice accessible to people of all abilities.
These classes are taught in a warm room but not as warm as hot vinyasa classes.

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Sharon Schwartzburt

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Dec Sun 2

09:00 am - 09:45 am

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

01:00 pm - 01:45 pm

Instructor: Tee Ratchford

Fun and mindful flow for kids and preteens (Ages 7-14: flexible age range)

Dec Wed 5

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Angie Hall

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

Dec Thu 6

09:00 am - 10:00 am

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Dec Fri 7

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Caitlin Reilly

This class breaks down essential yogic postures and breathing. It explores how to enter, hold, and exit the postures safely. Students learn to modify or deepen a posture while honoring their unique body structure. They are encouraged to ask questions. It is not a vinyasa class, but can prepare the student for FVF or VF.

Primary Focus: Alignment, safe transitions, and posture modifications/ variations to suit your body.

Ideal for: Beginners, seniors, young adults, or experienced students who wish to refine their practice.

Dec Sat 8

08:30 am - 09:30 am

Instructor: Susan Guerino

Yin Vinyasa (YinVin)
VinYin is the perfect balance between yin and yang. Class starts with vinyasa and ends with yin yoga, leaving you feeling refreshed and relaxed. The active practice of vinyasa flow requires us to tap into our yang energy as we move dynamically from pose to pose. The yin practice, rooted in the Taoist yoga tradition, is slower paced and postures are held longer. Yin yoga targets the connective tissues helping to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility.
Props make the practice accessible to people of all abilities.
These classes are taught in a warm room but not as warm as hot vinyasa classes.

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Sharon Schwartzburt

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Dec Sun 9

09:00 am - 09:45 am

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

01:00 pm - 01:45 pm

Instructor: Tee Ratchford

Fun and mindful flow for kids and preteens (Ages 7-14: flexible age range)

Dec Wed 12

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Angie Hall

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

Dec Thu 13

09:00 am - 10:00 am

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Dec Fri 14

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Caitlin Reilly

This class breaks down essential yogic postures and breathing. It explores how to enter, hold, and exit the postures safely. Students learn to modify or deepen a posture while honoring their unique body structure. They are encouraged to ask questions. It is not a vinyasa class, but can prepare the student for FVF or VF.

Primary Focus: Alignment, safe transitions, and posture modifications/ variations to suit your body.

Ideal for: Beginners, seniors, young adults, or experienced students who wish to refine their practice.

Dec Sat 15

08:30 am - 09:30 am

Instructor: Susan Guerino

Yin Vinyasa (YinVin)
VinYin is the perfect balance between yin and yang. Class starts with vinyasa and ends with yin yoga, leaving you feeling refreshed and relaxed. The active practice of vinyasa flow requires us to tap into our yang energy as we move dynamically from pose to pose. The yin practice, rooted in the Taoist yoga tradition, is slower paced and postures are held longer. Yin yoga targets the connective tissues helping to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility.
Props make the practice accessible to people of all abilities.
These classes are taught in a warm room but not as warm as hot vinyasa classes.

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Sharon Schwartzburt

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Dec Sun 16

09:00 am - 09:45 am

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

01:00 pm - 01:45 pm

Instructor: Tee Ratchford

Fun and mindful flow for kids and preteens (Ages 7-14: flexible age range)

Dec Wed 19

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Angie Hall

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

Dec Thu 20

09:00 am - 10:00 am

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Dec Fri 21

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Caitlin Reilly

This class breaks down essential yogic postures and breathing. It explores how to enter, hold, and exit the postures safely. Students learn to modify or deepen a posture while honoring their unique body structure. They are encouraged to ask questions. It is not a vinyasa class, but can prepare the student for FVF or VF.

Primary Focus: Alignment, safe transitions, and posture modifications/ variations to suit your body.

Ideal for: Beginners, seniors, young adults, or experienced students who wish to refine their practice.

Dec Sat 22

08:30 am - 09:30 am

Instructor: Susan Guerino

Yin Vinyasa (YinVin)
VinYin is the perfect balance between yin and yang. Class starts with vinyasa and ends with yin yoga, leaving you feeling refreshed and relaxed. The active practice of vinyasa flow requires us to tap into our yang energy as we move dynamically from pose to pose. The yin practice, rooted in the Taoist yoga tradition, is slower paced and postures are held longer. Yin yoga targets the connective tissues helping to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility.
Props make the practice accessible to people of all abilities.
These classes are taught in a warm room but not as warm as hot vinyasa classes.

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Sharon Schwartzburt

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Dec Sun 23

09:00 am - 09:45 am

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

01:00 pm - 01:45 pm

Instructor: Tee Ratchford

Fun and mindful flow for kids and preteens (Ages 7-14: flexible age range)

Dec Wed 26

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Angie Hall

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

Dec Thu 27

09:00 am - 10:00 am

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Dec Fri 28

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Caitlin Reilly

This class breaks down essential yogic postures and breathing. It explores how to enter, hold, and exit the postures safely. Students learn to modify or deepen a posture while honoring their unique body structure. They are encouraged to ask questions. It is not a vinyasa class, but can prepare the student for FVF or VF.

Primary Focus: Alignment, safe transitions, and posture modifications/ variations to suit your body.

Ideal for: Beginners, seniors, young adults, or experienced students who wish to refine their practice.

Dec Sat 29

08:30 am - 09:30 am

Instructor: Susan Guerino

Yin Vinyasa (YinVin)
VinYin is the perfect balance between yin and yang. Class starts with vinyasa and ends with yin yoga, leaving you feeling refreshed and relaxed. The active practice of vinyasa flow requires us to tap into our yang energy as we move dynamically from pose to pose. The yin practice, rooted in the Taoist yoga tradition, is slower paced and postures are held longer. Yin yoga targets the connective tissues helping to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility.
Props make the practice accessible to people of all abilities.
These classes are taught in a warm room but not as warm as hot vinyasa classes.

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Sharon Schwartzburt

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Dec Sun 30

09:00 am - 09:45 am

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

01:00 pm - 01:45 pm

Instructor: Tee Ratchford

Fun and mindful flow for kids and preteens (Ages 7-14: flexible age range)

Jan Wed 2

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Angie Hall

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

Jan Thu 3

09:00 am - 10:00 am

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Jan Fri 4

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Caitlin Reilly

This class breaks down essential yogic postures and breathing. It explores how to enter, hold, and exit the postures safely. Students learn to modify or deepen a posture while honoring their unique body structure. They are encouraged to ask questions. It is not a vinyasa class, but can prepare the student for FVF or VF.

Primary Focus: Alignment, safe transitions, and posture modifications/ variations to suit your body.

Ideal for: Beginners, seniors, young adults, or experienced students who wish to refine their practice.

Jan Sat 5

08:30 am - 09:30 am

Instructor: Susan Guerino

Yin Vinyasa (YinVin)
VinYin is the perfect balance between yin and yang. Class starts with vinyasa and ends with yin yoga, leaving you feeling refreshed and relaxed. The active practice of vinyasa flow requires us to tap into our yang energy as we move dynamically from pose to pose. The yin practice, rooted in the Taoist yoga tradition, is slower paced and postures are held longer. Yin yoga targets the connective tissues helping to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility.
Props make the practice accessible to people of all abilities.
These classes are taught in a warm room but not as warm as hot vinyasa classes.

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Sharon Schwartzburt

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Jan Sun 6

09:00 am - 09:45 am

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

01:00 pm - 01:45 pm

Instructor: Tee Ratchford

Fun and mindful flow for kids and preteens (Ages 7-14: flexible age range)

Jan Wed 9

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Angie Hall

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

Jan Thu 10

09:00 am - 10:00 am

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Jan Fri 11

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Caitlin Reilly

This class breaks down essential yogic postures and breathing. It explores how to enter, hold, and exit the postures safely. Students learn to modify or deepen a posture while honoring their unique body structure. They are encouraged to ask questions. It is not a vinyasa class, but can prepare the student for FVF or VF.

Primary Focus: Alignment, safe transitions, and posture modifications/ variations to suit your body.

Ideal for: Beginners, seniors, young adults, or experienced students who wish to refine their practice.

Jan Sat 12

08:30 am - 09:30 am

Instructor: Susan Guerino

Yin Vinyasa (YinVin)
VinYin is the perfect balance between yin and yang. Class starts with vinyasa and ends with yin yoga, leaving you feeling refreshed and relaxed. The active practice of vinyasa flow requires us to tap into our yang energy as we move dynamically from pose to pose. The yin practice, rooted in the Taoist yoga tradition, is slower paced and postures are held longer. Yin yoga targets the connective tissues helping to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility.
Props make the practice accessible to people of all abilities.
These classes are taught in a warm room but not as warm as hot vinyasa classes.

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Sharon Schwartzburt

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Jan Sun 13

09:00 am - 09:45 am

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

01:00 pm - 01:45 pm

Instructor: Tee Ratchford

Fun and mindful flow for kids and preteens (Ages 7-14: flexible age range)

Jan Wed 16

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Angie Hall

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

Jan Thu 17

09:00 am - 10:00 am

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Jan Fri 18

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Caitlin Reilly

This class breaks down essential yogic postures and breathing. It explores how to enter, hold, and exit the postures safely. Students learn to modify or deepen a posture while honoring their unique body structure. They are encouraged to ask questions. It is not a vinyasa class, but can prepare the student for FVF or VF.

Primary Focus: Alignment, safe transitions, and posture modifications/ variations to suit your body.

Ideal for: Beginners, seniors, young adults, or experienced students who wish to refine their practice.

Jan Sat 19

08:30 am - 09:30 am

Instructor: Susan Guerino

Yin Vinyasa (YinVin)
VinYin is the perfect balance between yin and yang. Class starts with vinyasa and ends with yin yoga, leaving you feeling refreshed and relaxed. The active practice of vinyasa flow requires us to tap into our yang energy as we move dynamically from pose to pose. The yin practice, rooted in the Taoist yoga tradition, is slower paced and postures are held longer. Yin yoga targets the connective tissues helping to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility.
Props make the practice accessible to people of all abilities.
These classes are taught in a warm room but not as warm as hot vinyasa classes.

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Sharon Schwartzburt

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Jan Sun 20

09:00 am - 09:45 am

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

01:00 pm - 01:45 pm

Instructor: Tee Ratchford

Fun and mindful flow for kids and preteens (Ages 7-14: flexible age range)

Jan Wed 23

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Angie Hall

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

Jan Thu 24

09:00 am - 10:00 am

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Jan Fri 25

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Caitlin Reilly

This class breaks down essential yogic postures and breathing. It explores how to enter, hold, and exit the postures safely. Students learn to modify or deepen a posture while honoring their unique body structure. They are encouraged to ask questions. It is not a vinyasa class, but can prepare the student for FVF or VF.

Primary Focus: Alignment, safe transitions, and posture modifications/ variations to suit your body.

Ideal for: Beginners, seniors, young adults, or experienced students who wish to refine their practice.

Jan Sat 26

08:30 am - 09:30 am

Instructor: Susan Guerino

Yin Vinyasa (YinVin)
VinYin is the perfect balance between yin and yang. Class starts with vinyasa and ends with yin yoga, leaving you feeling refreshed and relaxed. The active practice of vinyasa flow requires us to tap into our yang energy as we move dynamically from pose to pose. The yin practice, rooted in the Taoist yoga tradition, is slower paced and postures are held longer. Yin yoga targets the connective tissues helping to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility.
Props make the practice accessible to people of all abilities.
These classes are taught in a warm room but not as warm as hot vinyasa classes.

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Sharon Schwartzburt

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Jan Sun 27

09:00 am - 09:45 am

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

01:00 pm - 01:45 pm

Instructor: Tee Ratchford

Fun and mindful flow for kids and preteens (Ages 7-14: flexible age range)

Jan Wed 30

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Angie Hall

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

Jan Thu 31

09:00 am - 10:00 am

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Feb Fri 1

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Caitlin Reilly

This class breaks down essential yogic postures and breathing. It explores how to enter, hold, and exit the postures safely. Students learn to modify or deepen a posture while honoring their unique body structure. They are encouraged to ask questions. It is not a vinyasa class, but can prepare the student for FVF or VF.

Primary Focus: Alignment, safe transitions, and posture modifications/ variations to suit your body.

Ideal for: Beginners, seniors, young adults, or experienced students who wish to refine their practice.

Feb Sat 2

08:30 am - 09:30 am

Instructor: Susan Guerino

Yin Vinyasa (YinVin)
VinYin is the perfect balance between yin and yang. Class starts with vinyasa and ends with yin yoga, leaving you feeling refreshed and relaxed. The active practice of vinyasa flow requires us to tap into our yang energy as we move dynamically from pose to pose. The yin practice, rooted in the Taoist yoga tradition, is slower paced and postures are held longer. Yin yoga targets the connective tissues helping to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility.
Props make the practice accessible to people of all abilities.
These classes are taught in a warm room but not as warm as hot vinyasa classes.

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Sharon Schwartzburt

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Feb Sun 3

09:00 am - 09:45 am

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

01:00 pm - 01:45 pm

Instructor: Tee Ratchford

Fun and mindful flow for kids and preteens (Ages 7-14: flexible age range)

Feb Wed 6

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Angie Hall

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

Feb Thu 7

09:00 am - 10:00 am

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Feb Fri 8

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Caitlin Reilly

This class breaks down essential yogic postures and breathing. It explores how to enter, hold, and exit the postures safely. Students learn to modify or deepen a posture while honoring their unique body structure. They are encouraged to ask questions. It is not a vinyasa class, but can prepare the student for FVF or VF.

Primary Focus: Alignment, safe transitions, and posture modifications/ variations to suit your body.

Ideal for: Beginners, seniors, young adults, or experienced students who wish to refine their practice.

Feb Sat 9

08:30 am - 09:30 am

Instructor: Susan Guerino

Yin Vinyasa (YinVin)
VinYin is the perfect balance between yin and yang. Class starts with vinyasa and ends with yin yoga, leaving you feeling refreshed and relaxed. The active practice of vinyasa flow requires us to tap into our yang energy as we move dynamically from pose to pose. The yin practice, rooted in the Taoist yoga tradition, is slower paced and postures are held longer. Yin yoga targets the connective tissues helping to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility.
Props make the practice accessible to people of all abilities.
These classes are taught in a warm room but not as warm as hot vinyasa classes.

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Sharon Schwartzburt

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Feb Sun 10

09:00 am - 09:45 am

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

01:00 pm - 01:45 pm

Instructor: Tee Ratchford

Fun and mindful flow for kids and preteens (Ages 7-14: flexible age range)

Feb Wed 13

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Angie Hall

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

Feb Thu 14

09:00 am - 10:00 am

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Feb Fri 15

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Caitlin Reilly

This class breaks down essential yogic postures and breathing. It explores how to enter, hold, and exit the postures safely. Students learn to modify or deepen a posture while honoring their unique body structure. They are encouraged to ask questions. It is not a vinyasa class, but can prepare the student for FVF or VF.

Primary Focus: Alignment, safe transitions, and posture modifications/ variations to suit your body.

Ideal for: Beginners, seniors, young adults, or experienced students who wish to refine their practice.

Feb Sat 16

08:30 am - 09:30 am

Instructor: Susan Guerino

Yin Vinyasa (YinVin)
VinYin is the perfect balance between yin and yang. Class starts with vinyasa and ends with yin yoga, leaving you feeling refreshed and relaxed. The active practice of vinyasa flow requires us to tap into our yang energy as we move dynamically from pose to pose. The yin practice, rooted in the Taoist yoga tradition, is slower paced and postures are held longer. Yin yoga targets the connective tissues helping to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility.
Props make the practice accessible to people of all abilities.
These classes are taught in a warm room but not as warm as hot vinyasa classes.

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Sharon Schwartzburt

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Feb Sun 17

09:00 am - 09:45 am

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

01:00 pm - 01:45 pm

Instructor: Tee Ratchford

Fun and mindful flow for kids and preteens (Ages 7-14: flexible age range)

Feb Wed 20

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Angie Hall

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

Feb Thu 21

09:00 am - 10:00 am

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Feb Fri 22

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Caitlin Reilly

This class breaks down essential yogic postures and breathing. It explores how to enter, hold, and exit the postures safely. Students learn to modify or deepen a posture while honoring their unique body structure. They are encouraged to ask questions. It is not a vinyasa class, but can prepare the student for FVF or VF.

Primary Focus: Alignment, safe transitions, and posture modifications/ variations to suit your body.

Ideal for: Beginners, seniors, young adults, or experienced students who wish to refine their practice.

Feb Sat 23

08:30 am - 09:30 am

Instructor: Susan Guerino

Yin Vinyasa (YinVin)
VinYin is the perfect balance between yin and yang. Class starts with vinyasa and ends with yin yoga, leaving you feeling refreshed and relaxed. The active practice of vinyasa flow requires us to tap into our yang energy as we move dynamically from pose to pose. The yin practice, rooted in the Taoist yoga tradition, is slower paced and postures are held longer. Yin yoga targets the connective tissues helping to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility.
Props make the practice accessible to people of all abilities.
These classes are taught in a warm room but not as warm as hot vinyasa classes.

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Sharon Schwartzburt

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Feb Sun 24

09:00 am - 09:45 am

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

01:00 pm - 01:45 pm

Instructor: Tee Ratchford

Fun and mindful flow for kids and preteens (Ages 7-14: flexible age range)

Feb Wed 27

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Angie Hall

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

Feb Thu 28

09:00 am - 10:00 am

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Mar Fri 1

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Caitlin Reilly

This class breaks down essential yogic postures and breathing. It explores how to enter, hold, and exit the postures safely. Students learn to modify or deepen a posture while honoring their unique body structure. They are encouraged to ask questions. It is not a vinyasa class, but can prepare the student for FVF or VF.

Primary Focus: Alignment, safe transitions, and posture modifications/ variations to suit your body.

Ideal for: Beginners, seniors, young adults, or experienced students who wish to refine their practice.

Mar Sat 2

08:30 am - 09:30 am

Instructor: Susan Guerino

Yin Vinyasa (YinVin)
VinYin is the perfect balance between yin and yang. Class starts with vinyasa and ends with yin yoga, leaving you feeling refreshed and relaxed. The active practice of vinyasa flow requires us to tap into our yang energy as we move dynamically from pose to pose. The yin practice, rooted in the Taoist yoga tradition, is slower paced and postures are held longer. Yin yoga targets the connective tissues helping to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility.
Props make the practice accessible to people of all abilities.
These classes are taught in a warm room but not as warm as hot vinyasa classes.

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Sharon Schwartzburt

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Mar Sun 3

09:00 am - 09:45 am

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

01:00 pm - 01:45 pm

Instructor: Tee Ratchford

Fun and mindful flow for kids and preteens (Ages 7-14: flexible age range)

Mar Wed 6

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Angie Hall

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

Mar Thu 7

09:00 am - 10:00 am

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Mar Fri 8

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Caitlin Reilly

This class breaks down essential yogic postures and breathing. It explores how to enter, hold, and exit the postures safely. Students learn to modify or deepen a posture while honoring their unique body structure. They are encouraged to ask questions. It is not a vinyasa class, but can prepare the student for FVF or VF.

Primary Focus: Alignment, safe transitions, and posture modifications/ variations to suit your body.

Ideal for: Beginners, seniors, young adults, or experienced students who wish to refine their practice.

Mar Sat 9

08:30 am - 09:30 am

Instructor: Susan Guerino

Yin Vinyasa (YinVin)
VinYin is the perfect balance between yin and yang. Class starts with vinyasa and ends with yin yoga, leaving you feeling refreshed and relaxed. The active practice of vinyasa flow requires us to tap into our yang energy as we move dynamically from pose to pose. The yin practice, rooted in the Taoist yoga tradition, is slower paced and postures are held longer. Yin yoga targets the connective tissues helping to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility.
Props make the practice accessible to people of all abilities.
These classes are taught in a warm room but not as warm as hot vinyasa classes.

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Sharon Schwartzburt

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Mar Sun 10

09:00 am - 09:45 am

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

01:00 pm - 01:45 pm

Instructor: Tee Ratchford

Fun and mindful flow for kids and preteens (Ages 7-14: flexible age range)

Mar Wed 13

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Angie Hall

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

Mar Thu 14

09:00 am - 10:00 am

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Mar Fri 15

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Caitlin Reilly

This class breaks down essential yogic postures and breathing. It explores how to enter, hold, and exit the postures safely. Students learn to modify or deepen a posture while honoring their unique body structure. They are encouraged to ask questions. It is not a vinyasa class, but can prepare the student for FVF or VF.

Primary Focus: Alignment, safe transitions, and posture modifications/ variations to suit your body.

Ideal for: Beginners, seniors, young adults, or experienced students who wish to refine their practice.

Mar Sat 16

08:30 am - 09:30 am

Instructor: Susan Guerino

Yin Vinyasa (YinVin)
VinYin is the perfect balance between yin and yang. Class starts with vinyasa and ends with yin yoga, leaving you feeling refreshed and relaxed. The active practice of vinyasa flow requires us to tap into our yang energy as we move dynamically from pose to pose. The yin practice, rooted in the Taoist yoga tradition, is slower paced and postures are held longer. Yin yoga targets the connective tissues helping to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility.
Props make the practice accessible to people of all abilities.
These classes are taught in a warm room but not as warm as hot vinyasa classes.

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Sharon Schwartzburt

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Mar Sun 17

09:00 am - 09:45 am

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

01:00 pm - 01:45 pm

Instructor: Tee Ratchford

Fun and mindful flow for kids and preteens (Ages 7-14: flexible age range)

Mar Wed 20

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Angie Hall

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

Mar Thu 21

09:00 am - 10:00 am

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Mar Fri 22

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Caitlin Reilly

This class breaks down essential yogic postures and breathing. It explores how to enter, hold, and exit the postures safely. Students learn to modify or deepen a posture while honoring their unique body structure. They are encouraged to ask questions. It is not a vinyasa class, but can prepare the student for FVF or VF.

Primary Focus: Alignment, safe transitions, and posture modifications/ variations to suit your body.

Ideal for: Beginners, seniors, young adults, or experienced students who wish to refine their practice.

Mar Sat 23

08:30 am - 09:30 am

Instructor: Susan Guerino

Yin Vinyasa (YinVin)
VinYin is the perfect balance between yin and yang. Class starts with vinyasa and ends with yin yoga, leaving you feeling refreshed and relaxed. The active practice of vinyasa flow requires us to tap into our yang energy as we move dynamically from pose to pose. The yin practice, rooted in the Taoist yoga tradition, is slower paced and postures are held longer. Yin yoga targets the connective tissues helping to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility.
Props make the practice accessible to people of all abilities.
These classes are taught in a warm room but not as warm as hot vinyasa classes.

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Sharon Schwartzburt

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Mar Sun 24

09:00 am - 09:45 am

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

01:00 pm - 01:45 pm

Instructor: Tee Ratchford

Fun and mindful flow for kids and preteens (Ages 7-14: flexible age range)

Mar Wed 27

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Angie Hall

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

Mar Thu 28

09:00 am - 10:00 am

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Mar Fri 29

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Caitlin Reilly

This class breaks down essential yogic postures and breathing. It explores how to enter, hold, and exit the postures safely. Students learn to modify or deepen a posture while honoring their unique body structure. They are encouraged to ask questions. It is not a vinyasa class, but can prepare the student for FVF or VF.

Primary Focus: Alignment, safe transitions, and posture modifications/ variations to suit your body.

Ideal for: Beginners, seniors, young adults, or experienced students who wish to refine their practice.

Mar Sat 30

08:30 am - 09:30 am

Instructor: Susan Guerino

Yin Vinyasa (YinVin)
VinYin is the perfect balance between yin and yang. Class starts with vinyasa and ends with yin yoga, leaving you feeling refreshed and relaxed. The active practice of vinyasa flow requires us to tap into our yang energy as we move dynamically from pose to pose. The yin practice, rooted in the Taoist yoga tradition, is slower paced and postures are held longer. Yin yoga targets the connective tissues helping to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility.
Props make the practice accessible to people of all abilities.
These classes are taught in a warm room but not as warm as hot vinyasa classes.

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Sharon Schwartzburt

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Mar Sun 31

09:00 am - 09:45 am

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

01:00 pm - 01:45 pm

Instructor: Tee Ratchford

Fun and mindful flow for kids and preteens (Ages 7-14: flexible age range)

Apr Wed 3

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Angie Hall

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

Apr Thu 4

09:00 am - 10:00 am

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Apr Fri 5

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Caitlin Reilly

This class breaks down essential yogic postures and breathing. It explores how to enter, hold, and exit the postures safely. Students learn to modify or deepen a posture while honoring their unique body structure. They are encouraged to ask questions. It is not a vinyasa class, but can prepare the student for FVF or VF.

Primary Focus: Alignment, safe transitions, and posture modifications/ variations to suit your body.

Ideal for: Beginners, seniors, young adults, or experienced students who wish to refine their practice.

Apr Sat 6

08:30 am - 09:30 am

Instructor: Susan Guerino

Yin Vinyasa (YinVin)
VinYin is the perfect balance between yin and yang. Class starts with vinyasa and ends with yin yoga, leaving you feeling refreshed and relaxed. The active practice of vinyasa flow requires us to tap into our yang energy as we move dynamically from pose to pose. The yin practice, rooted in the Taoist yoga tradition, is slower paced and postures are held longer. Yin yoga targets the connective tissues helping to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility.
Props make the practice accessible to people of all abilities.
These classes are taught in a warm room but not as warm as hot vinyasa classes.

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Sharon Schwartzburt

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Apr Sun 7

09:00 am - 09:45 am

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

01:00 pm - 01:45 pm

Instructor: Tee Ratchford

Fun and mindful flow for kids and preteens (Ages 7-14: flexible age range)

Apr Wed 10

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Angie Hall

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

Apr Thu 11

09:00 am - 10:00 am

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Apr Fri 12

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Caitlin Reilly

This class breaks down essential yogic postures and breathing. It explores how to enter, hold, and exit the postures safely. Students learn to modify or deepen a posture while honoring their unique body structure. They are encouraged to ask questions. It is not a vinyasa class, but can prepare the student for FVF or VF.

Primary Focus: Alignment, safe transitions, and posture modifications/ variations to suit your body.

Ideal for: Beginners, seniors, young adults, or experienced students who wish to refine their practice.

Apr Sat 13

08:30 am - 09:30 am

Instructor: Susan Guerino

Yin Vinyasa (YinVin)
VinYin is the perfect balance between yin and yang. Class starts with vinyasa and ends with yin yoga, leaving you feeling refreshed and relaxed. The active practice of vinyasa flow requires us to tap into our yang energy as we move dynamically from pose to pose. The yin practice, rooted in the Taoist yoga tradition, is slower paced and postures are held longer. Yin yoga targets the connective tissues helping to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility.
Props make the practice accessible to people of all abilities.
These classes are taught in a warm room but not as warm as hot vinyasa classes.

Apr Sun 14

09:00 am - 09:45 am

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

01:00 pm - 01:45 pm

Instructor: Tee Ratchford

Fun and mindful flow for kids and preteens (Ages 7-14: flexible age range)

Apr Wed 17

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Angie Hall

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

Apr Thu 18

09:00 am - 10:00 am

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Apr Fri 19

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Caitlin Reilly

This class breaks down essential yogic postures and breathing. It explores how to enter, hold, and exit the postures safely. Students learn to modify or deepen a posture while honoring their unique body structure. They are encouraged to ask questions. It is not a vinyasa class, but can prepare the student for FVF or VF.

Primary Focus: Alignment, safe transitions, and posture modifications/ variations to suit your body.

Ideal for: Beginners, seniors, young adults, or experienced students who wish to refine their practice.

Apr Sat 20

08:30 am - 09:30 am

Instructor: Susan Guerino

Yin Vinyasa (YinVin)
VinYin is the perfect balance between yin and yang. Class starts with vinyasa and ends with yin yoga, leaving you feeling refreshed and relaxed. The active practice of vinyasa flow requires us to tap into our yang energy as we move dynamically from pose to pose. The yin practice, rooted in the Taoist yoga tradition, is slower paced and postures are held longer. Yin yoga targets the connective tissues helping to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility.
Props make the practice accessible to people of all abilities.
These classes are taught in a warm room but not as warm as hot vinyasa classes.

Apr Sun 21

09:00 am - 09:45 am

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

01:00 pm - 01:45 pm

Instructor: Tee Ratchford

Fun and mindful flow for kids and preteens (Ages 7-14: flexible age range)

Apr Wed 24

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Angie Hall

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

Apr Thu 25

09:00 am - 10:00 am

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Apr Fri 26

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Caitlin Reilly

This class breaks down essential yogic postures and breathing. It explores how to enter, hold, and exit the postures safely. Students learn to modify or deepen a posture while honoring their unique body structure. They are encouraged to ask questions. It is not a vinyasa class, but can prepare the student for FVF or VF.

Primary Focus: Alignment, safe transitions, and posture modifications/ variations to suit your body.

Ideal for: Beginners, seniors, young adults, or experienced students who wish to refine their practice.

Apr Sat 27

08:30 am - 09:30 am

Instructor: Susan Guerino

Yin Vinyasa (YinVin)
VinYin is the perfect balance between yin and yang. Class starts with vinyasa and ends with yin yoga, leaving you feeling refreshed and relaxed. The active practice of vinyasa flow requires us to tap into our yang energy as we move dynamically from pose to pose. The yin practice, rooted in the Taoist yoga tradition, is slower paced and postures are held longer. Yin yoga targets the connective tissues helping to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility.
Props make the practice accessible to people of all abilities.
These classes are taught in a warm room but not as warm as hot vinyasa classes.

Apr Sun 28

09:00 am - 09:45 am

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

01:00 pm - 01:45 pm

Instructor: Tee Ratchford

Fun and mindful flow for kids and preteens (Ages 7-14: flexible age range)

May Wed 1

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Angie Hall

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

May Thu 2

09:00 am - 10:00 am

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

May Fri 3

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Caitlin Reilly

This class breaks down essential yogic postures and breathing. It explores how to enter, hold, and exit the postures safely. Students learn to modify or deepen a posture while honoring their unique body structure. They are encouraged to ask questions. It is not a vinyasa class, but can prepare the student for FVF or VF.

Primary Focus: Alignment, safe transitions, and posture modifications/ variations to suit your body.

Ideal for: Beginners, seniors, young adults, or experienced students who wish to refine their practice.

May Sat 4

08:30 am - 09:30 am

Instructor: Susan Guerino

Yin Vinyasa (YinVin)
VinYin is the perfect balance between yin and yang. Class starts with vinyasa and ends with yin yoga, leaving you feeling refreshed and relaxed. The active practice of vinyasa flow requires us to tap into our yang energy as we move dynamically from pose to pose. The yin practice, rooted in the Taoist yoga tradition, is slower paced and postures are held longer. Yin yoga targets the connective tissues helping to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility.
Props make the practice accessible to people of all abilities.
These classes are taught in a warm room but not as warm as hot vinyasa classes.

May Sun 5

09:00 am - 09:45 am

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

01:00 pm - 01:45 pm

Instructor: Tee Ratchford

Fun and mindful flow for kids and preteens (Ages 7-14: flexible age range)

May Wed 8

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Angie Hall

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

May Thu 9

09:00 am - 10:00 am

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

May Fri 10

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Caitlin Reilly

This class breaks down essential yogic postures and breathing. It explores how to enter, hold, and exit the postures safely. Students learn to modify or deepen a posture while honoring their unique body structure. They are encouraged to ask questions. It is not a vinyasa class, but can prepare the student for FVF or VF.

Primary Focus: Alignment, safe transitions, and posture modifications/ variations to suit your body.

Ideal for: Beginners, seniors, young adults, or experienced students who wish to refine their practice.

May Sat 11

08:30 am - 09:30 am

Instructor: Susan Guerino

Yin Vinyasa (YinVin)
VinYin is the perfect balance between yin and yang. Class starts with vinyasa and ends with yin yoga, leaving you feeling refreshed and relaxed. The active practice of vinyasa flow requires us to tap into our yang energy as we move dynamically from pose to pose. The yin practice, rooted in the Taoist yoga tradition, is slower paced and postures are held longer. Yin yoga targets the connective tissues helping to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility.
Props make the practice accessible to people of all abilities.
These classes are taught in a warm room but not as warm as hot vinyasa classes.

May Sun 12

09:00 am - 09:45 am

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

01:00 pm - 01:45 pm

Instructor: Tee Ratchford

Fun and mindful flow for kids and preteens (Ages 7-14: flexible age range)

May Wed 15

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Angie Hall

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

May Thu 16

09:00 am - 10:00 am

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

May Fri 17

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Caitlin Reilly

This class breaks down essential yogic postures and breathing. It explores how to enter, hold, and exit the postures safely. Students learn to modify or deepen a posture while honoring their unique body structure. They are encouraged to ask questions. It is not a vinyasa class, but can prepare the student for FVF or VF.

Primary Focus: Alignment, safe transitions, and posture modifications/ variations to suit your body.

Ideal for: Beginners, seniors, young adults, or experienced students who wish to refine their practice.

May Sat 18

08:30 am - 09:30 am

Instructor: Susan Guerino

Yin Vinyasa (YinVin)
VinYin is the perfect balance between yin and yang. Class starts with vinyasa and ends with yin yoga, leaving you feeling refreshed and relaxed. The active practice of vinyasa flow requires us to tap into our yang energy as we move dynamically from pose to pose. The yin practice, rooted in the Taoist yoga tradition, is slower paced and postures are held longer. Yin yoga targets the connective tissues helping to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility.
Props make the practice accessible to people of all abilities.
These classes are taught in a warm room but not as warm as hot vinyasa classes.

May Sun 19

09:00 am - 09:45 am

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

01:00 pm - 01:45 pm

Instructor: Tee Ratchford

Fun and mindful flow for kids and preteens (Ages 7-14: flexible age range)

May Wed 22

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Angie Hall

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

May Thu 23

09:00 am - 10:00 am

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

May Fri 24

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Caitlin Reilly

This class breaks down essential yogic postures and breathing. It explores how to enter, hold, and exit the postures safely. Students learn to modify or deepen a posture while honoring their unique body structure. They are encouraged to ask questions. It is not a vinyasa class, but can prepare the student for FVF or VF.

Primary Focus: Alignment, safe transitions, and posture modifications/ variations to suit your body.

Ideal for: Beginners, seniors, young adults, or experienced students who wish to refine their practice.

May Sat 25

08:30 am - 09:30 am

Instructor: Susan Guerino

Yin Vinyasa (YinVin)
VinYin is the perfect balance between yin and yang. Class starts with vinyasa and ends with yin yoga, leaving you feeling refreshed and relaxed. The active practice of vinyasa flow requires us to tap into our yang energy as we move dynamically from pose to pose. The yin practice, rooted in the Taoist yoga tradition, is slower paced and postures are held longer. Yin yoga targets the connective tissues helping to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility.
Props make the practice accessible to people of all abilities.
These classes are taught in a warm room but not as warm as hot vinyasa classes.

May Sun 26

09:00 am - 09:45 am

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

01:00 pm - 01:45 pm

Instructor: Tee Ratchford

Fun and mindful flow for kids and preteens (Ages 7-14: flexible age range)

May Wed 29

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Angie Hall

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

May Thu 30

09:00 am - 10:00 am

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

May Fri 31

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Caitlin Reilly

This class breaks down essential yogic postures and breathing. It explores how to enter, hold, and exit the postures safely. Students learn to modify or deepen a posture while honoring their unique body structure. They are encouraged to ask questions. It is not a vinyasa class, but can prepare the student for FVF or VF.

Primary Focus: Alignment, safe transitions, and posture modifications/ variations to suit your body.

Ideal for: Beginners, seniors, young adults, or experienced students who wish to refine their practice.

Jun Sat 1

08:30 am - 09:30 am

Instructor: Susan Guerino

Yin Vinyasa (YinVin)
VinYin is the perfect balance between yin and yang. Class starts with vinyasa and ends with yin yoga, leaving you feeling refreshed and relaxed. The active practice of vinyasa flow requires us to tap into our yang energy as we move dynamically from pose to pose. The yin practice, rooted in the Taoist yoga tradition, is slower paced and postures are held longer. Yin yoga targets the connective tissues helping to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility.
Props make the practice accessible to people of all abilities.
These classes are taught in a warm room but not as warm as hot vinyasa classes.

Jun Sun 2

09:00 am - 09:45 am

Instructor: Rebecca Barry

Pilates for all levels 
Instructor: Rebecca Barry

01:00 pm - 01:45 pm

Instructor: Tee Ratchford

Fun and mindful flow for kids and preteens (Ages 7-14: flexible age range)

Jun Wed 5

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Instructor: Angie Hall

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

07:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Instructor: Natalie Kendall

Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF) breaks down the elements of the Vinyasa Flow (VF) class. Students will learn how to coordinate breath and movement, while learning proper alignment of postures. FVF also builds strength and endurance in preparation for the Vinyasa Flow (FV) class.

Ideal for: All levels/ Beginner/Intermediate (It is suggested for brand new beginners to take a Gentle Hatha Flow (GHF) class before take FVF.)

Jun Thu 6

09:00 am - 10:00 am

Instructor: Melody Mercadante

Vinyasa Flow (VF) brings together the elements learned in the Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). This is a more vigorous class that emphasizes breath and movement. Vinyasa Flow (VF) is recommended for students who have already taken Fundamentals of Vinyasa Flow (FVF). 
 
Ideal for: Intermediate/Advanced/ Individuals with a consistent yoga practice

Jun Fri 7

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Instructor: Caitlin Reilly

This class breaks down essential yogic postures and breathing. It explores how to enter, hold, and exit the postures safely. Students learn to modify or deepen a posture while honoring their unique body structure. They are encouraged to ask questions. It is not a vinyasa class, but can prepare the student for FVF or VF.

Primary Focus: Alignment, safe transitions, and p