Chair yoga is a wonderful alternative for students who have trouble with mobility or balance. They can still gain many of the benefits of warm ups, asana practice, relaxation and breathing exercises, while staying on or near a chair for support. Students in a chair based class could have a range of different issues, including but not limited to knee, hip, shoulder and spinal joint problems or replacements, or post-heart attack concerns.

Pranayama is commonly known as the breathing portion of yoga. Most yoga practices incorporate some type of pranayama, either while performing postures, while meditating, or both. In its simplest form, pranayama is breathing, however it goes a bit deeper than that. The word "Prana" means life force, and "yama" means discipline. Together, the word loosely means controlling the life force within yourself.

Restorative Yoga - explore restorative prop use, breathing exercises, and how to relieve stress and tension. This is a great choice for those working through injuries, chronic pain, and restlessness.

Therapeutic Yoga - a tailored practice to reduce aches or pains in your body.

Yoga Basics - for newbies of those looking for a refresher in the fundamentals

Yoga for Athletes - a practice to complement your sports or activities.