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our classes

We offer two types of yoga: Vinyasa (flow) and Yin.

We also offer Prenatal and Postnatal classes - click here for info on those. 

Our classes are labeled mild, medium, or spicy so you can choose

the experience that best fits your body's needs.

We never "heat" our classes. The room is always kept at a comfy 74-ish degrees.

All regular weekly classes are offered both in-person in our Austin studio and online via Zoom.

Make sure you sign up for the correct version of class!

relaxed flow

If you're looking for a low-key flow, this class is for you. Great for beginners and experienced yogis in the mood for a chill practice.

If you're looking for a lower-key, more meditative flow, Relaxed Flow is for you. Great for beginners and folks working with minor mobility issues and injuries (as long as you're cleared to do yoga!)


This class is also fabulous for our more experienced yogis who want to move and breathe without pushing to their edge. Whether you've just gotten your cardio on or are having a low-energy day, Relaxed Flow is just the ticket. You'll move with the breath at a slow but rhythmic pace, holding poses 1-3 breaths at a time.

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In Breathe + Flow, you'll move with the breath at a rhythmic pace, holding poses 1-3 breaths at a time. Some basic arm balances or inversions may be offered, and are always optional. Our teachers always break down these advanced poses into stages so that everyone can work on building strength and safe alignment one step at a time.

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This class is our middle-of-the-road offering: not too advanced, not too chill.
We like to call it our "Goldilocks" flow!

breathe + flow

slow + steady 

This slower-paced class is great for those looking to enhance strength and focus, while having the opportunity to explore modifications.

In slow + sweaty, poses will be held for longer periods of time and sequences will be slower. You'll move with the breath at a slow but rhythmic pace, holding poses 3-10 breaths at a time. This allows the teacher to offer more guidance on alignment and breath control.


This is a great class for folks who are newer to yoga but also looking for a physical challenge - the slower pace allows for more alignment instruction while amping up the difficulty!

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lunch break


This slower-paced class is suitable for students with some yoga experience who enjoy moving with their breath, and are ready for a spicier experience than our Mild classes offering.

This 45-minute class is designed to help you reset midday with mindful, intentional movement. This Medium level class offers a mix of challenging + soothing flows to help you find balance on the mat. In our Lunch Break Flow we'll work through the same standing sequence twice, moving slowly the first time around to focus on alignment and engagement and swiftly the second time to really flow with the breath.

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energetic flow

Designed for experienced yogis looking to get sweaty on the mat!

Our energetic flow is a briskly-paced class that incorporates challenging yet accessible poses to create and fun and flowy sequence.


Arm balances and inversions will be included, and our teachers always break down these advanced poses into stages so that everyone can work on building strength and safe alignment one step at a time.

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yin yoga

fantastic for all levels of experience, this style of yoga focuses on deep stretching and relaxation.

Yin yoga is a therapeutic practice that is an amazing complement to flow yoga, and is great for recovery in between high intensity workouts (like running, cycling, martial arts, etc.). It's also great for people whose bodies are stiff from sitting at a desk all day, or who are feeling burned out for any reason at all.

Unlike our flow offerings, in Yin you'll either be seated or lying down the entire time. You'll hold each pose for 5-7 minutes, using pillows and props to set yourself up comfortably. This allows the muscles and the connective tissue around them (fascia) room to stretch and release tension, while the mind slows and quiets down. 

These longer holds are why Yin is a phenomenal restorative practice for the mind and soul too. By practicing active rest and stillness, we deactivate our stress response and are able to heal the harmful effects that come with it. It's the ultimate nervous system reset!


yin + release

fantastic for all levels of experience, this style of yoga focuses on 

myofascial release techniques to target deeper layers of the muscle tissue.

This special class combines Myofascial Release techniques to ease physical tension with the body, mind, + soul release of Yin yoga! 

The practice begins, as always, with a short guided Centering + Breathwork to help quiet the mind. Next, you'll work with special props to practice myofascial release techniques that promote deep tissue release in the body. The rest of the class will be spent in 5-7 minute Yin poses that are restorative for body, mind, *and* soul. 


If you're joining us from home, you can use a tennis or racquet ball, or even a balled-up-pair of socks, for the myofascial release work. And large pillows make great bolster substitutes for the Yin portion!

Yoga Mamas

yoga nidra

Yoga Nidra is appropriate for those new to meditation, seasoned practitioners, and everyone in between.

Yoga Nidra, also known as yogic sleep, is a guided meditation practice that takes you on a journey into a state of profound relaxation. Through gentle instruction and guided visualization, you'll be led into a state of deep rest.

Practice is held from a comfortable, resting position, assisted with blocks, blankets, and bolsters, where you can relax into a deep, guided meditation.

This practice is a wonderful complement to any of our other yoga classes and is designed to help you release tension, reduce stress, and cultivate a sense of calm. It's the perfect opportunity to unplug from the busyness + stress of daily life and unwind at the end of your day.

Please note that restive stillness and focus are key elements to Yoga Nidra. Thus, we ask that all students a) bear in mind that latecomers will not be permitted into this class, as is common practice in our other classes and b) that participants plan to remain on their mat if at all possible for the duration of the class. All practices will begin with an extended period of settling into a relaxed position, to be held for the duration of the class, and the instructor will guide students on finding a comfortable, still position and selecting props to accommodate this pose each class. 

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