YOGA + FITNESS SCHEDULE

Thursday 9/19

6:30 – 7:30am

Sunrise Yoga

Kimberly A.
This class invigorates and awakens. Using breath exercises (Pranayama), meditation, Sun Salutations, and an array of dynamic poses we help you prepare for your day. All levels of experience are welcome.
12:00 – 1:00pm

All-Levels Flow

Cameron F.
Creative, choreographed sequencing, dynamic movement, and graceful flow in time with your breath are the hallmarks of this practice. All our teachers express their own style, and so each practice is engaging and unique. All levels of experience are welcome.
5:00 – 5:45pm

Functional Flexibiity

Kimberly A.
This class targets flexibility and strength through a full range of motion, especially in movements important for safe and skillful climbing. Opening breathwork and full body flow builds heat and lubricates joints. We follow this with focused intensive stretching and strengthening postures performed with biomechanically informed alignment, plus myofascial release techniques. Variations based on individual participants’ flexibility and natural biomechanics are always offered, and class is suitable for all practitioners from beginner to advanced. Bring your scientific curiosity and attention to detail!



6:00 – 7:15pm

Vinyasa

Loren P.
The core of Vinyasa Yoga is careful sequencing. We explore a variety of poses (including arm balances and inversions) in a well-rounded practice that links movement and breath. These classes help build endurance, improve mental focus, and increase strength and flexibility. We encourage you to work at your own level and offer pose variations to challenge all levels of Yoga experience.

Friday 9/20

12:00 – 1:00pm

Vinyasa

Kimberly A.
The core of Vinyasa Yoga is careful sequencing. We explore a variety of poses (including arm balances and inversions) in a well-rounded practice that links movement and breath. These classes help build endurance, improve mental focus, and increase strength and flexibility. We encourage you to work at your own level and offer pose variations to challenge all levels of Yoga experience.
6:00 – 7:15pm

Yin/Restorative

Hilary H.
A gentle and relaxing form of yoga, Yin aims to gently stretch and rehabilitate connective tissues and muscles, while promoting flexibility and a deep release of worked muscles. This quiet, meditative practice is a perfect complement to other dynamic forms of yoga and/or climbing. Props are often used to help relax and support the body in poses allowing for longer hold times resulting in an experience of deeper stretch. This practice encourages introspection and relaxation and is suitable for all levels.

Saturday 9/21

9:30 – 10:45am

All-Levels Flow

Samantha Q.
Creative, choreographed sequencing, dynamic movement, and graceful flow in time with your breath are the hallmarks of this practice. All our teachers express their own style, and so each practice is engaging and unique. All levels of experience are welcome.

Sunday 9/22

9:30 – 10:45am

Vinyasa

Hilary H.
The core of Vinyasa Yoga is careful sequencing. We explore a variety of poses (including arm balances and inversions) in a well-rounded practice that links movement and breath. These classes help build endurance, improve mental focus, and increase strength and flexibility. We encourage you to work at your own level and offer pose variations to challenge all levels of Yoga experience.
11:00 – 12:30pm

Great 108

Kimberly A.
The Great 108!

Celebrate the longest day of the year and the arrival of Summer with a traditional, seasonal practice of 108 sun salutations. The number 108 is auspicious in Yogic tradition: there are 108 beads on a mala prayer garland, 108 sacred sites in India, and the distance between the sun and the earth is 108 times the sun's diameter. Kim Allcock will lead our practice through all 108 Sun Saluations, with guided meditation and intention setting. Join the group, do as many as you can, and feel the energy rise as we practice The Great 108!

Karma Yoga donations will be accepted.

Monday 9/23

12:00 – 1:00pm

Ashtanga Inspired

James J.
Ashtanga Yoga is a structured practice using a prescribed sequence of energetic poses supported by powerful breath. The postures are always performed in the same order for the same length of time, and the practice begins with a ritual invocation in Sanskrit. Ashtanga Yoga provides both systematic full body movement and the opportunity to turn attention inward. To perform the full Standing Series, Primary Series and Finishing Series of Ashtanga yoga would require about 2 hours, so in our Ashtanga Sampler class we offer a selection of the full sequences designed to provide the maximum benefit of Ashtanga Yoga within a one hour practice.
6:00 – 7:15pm

All-Levels Flow

Cameron F.
Creative, choreographed sequencing, dynamic movement, and graceful flow in time with your breath are the hallmarks of this practice. All our teachers express their own style, and so each practice is engaging and unique. All levels of experience are welcome.
7:30 – 8:30pm

Yin/Restorative

Cameron F.
A gentle and relaxing form of yoga, Yin aims to gently stretch and rehabilitate connective tissues and muscles, while promoting flexibility and a deep release of worked muscles. This quiet, meditative practice is a perfect complement to other dynamic forms of yoga and/or climbing. Props are often used to help relax and support the body in poses allowing for longer hold times resulting in an experience of deeper stretch. This practice encourages introspection and relaxation and is suitable for all levels.

Tuesday 9/24

6:30 – 7:30am

Sunrise Yoga

Kimberly A.
This class invigorates and awakens. Using breath exercises (Pranayama), meditation, Sun Salutations, and an array of dynamic poses we help you prepare for your day. All levels of experience are welcome.
12:00 – 1:00pm

All-Levels Flow

Samantha Q.
Creative, choreographed sequencing, dynamic movement, and graceful flow in time with your breath are the hallmarks of this practice. All our teachers express their own style, and so each practice is engaging and unique. All levels of experience are welcome.
5:00 – 5:45pm

Functional Flexibiity

Kimberly A.
This class targets flexibility and strength through a full range of motion, especially in movements important for safe and skillful climbing. Opening breathwork and full body flow builds heat and lubricates joints. We follow this with focused intensive stretching and strengthening postures performed with biomechanically informed alignment, plus myofascial release techniques. Variations based on individual participants’ flexibility and natural biomechanics are always offered, and class is suitable for all practitioners from beginner to advanced. Bring your scientific curiosity and attention to detail!



6:00 – 7:15pm

Vinyasa

Loren P.
The core of Vinyasa Yoga is careful sequencing. We explore a variety of poses (including arm balances and inversions) in a well-rounded practice that links movement and breath. These classes help build endurance, improve mental focus, and increase strength and flexibility. We encourage you to work at your own level and offer pose variations to challenge all levels of Yoga experience.

Wednesday 9/25

12:00 – 1:00pm

Vinyasa

Kimberly A.
The core of Vinyasa Yoga is careful sequencing. We explore a variety of poses (including arm balances and inversions) in a well-rounded practice that links movement and breath. These classes help build endurance, improve mental focus, and increase strength and flexibility. We encourage you to work at your own level and offer pose variations to challenge all levels of Yoga experience.
6:00 – 7:15pm

Power Yoga (Level 2/3)

Megan R.
This 75 minute class builds strength and focus as we move through challenging sequences while promoting safe alignment. We incorporate arm balances or inversions, offering variations to accommodate everyone. While some previous yoga experience is helpful, everyone is encouraged to join. Come prepared to work!
7:30 – 8:30pm

All-Levels Flow

Megan R.
Creative, choreographed sequencing, dynamic movement, and graceful flow in time with your breath are the hallmarks of this practice. All our teachers express their own style, and so each practice is engaging and unique. All levels of experience are welcome.

Class Descriptions

Vinyasa

These classes are carefully sequenced and well-rounded practices that invite people with any level of experience. We explore a variety of postures and offer a dynamic flow of linking movement and breath. These classes are designed to build endurance, improve mental focus, and increase strength and flexibility. We encourage you to work at your level, offering pose variations to challenge all levels of yoga experience from beginner to advanced.

Ashtanga Inspired

Ashtanga Yoga is a structured practice using a prescribed sequence of energetic poses supported by powerful breath. The postures are always performed in the same order for the same length of time, and the practice begins with a ritual invocation in Sanskrit. To perform the full Ashtanga Standing, Primary and Finishing Series would require about 2 hours, so our Ashtanga Inspired class offers a selection of the full sequences designed to provide the maximum benefit of Ashtanga within a one-hour yoga practice.

Yin / Restorative

A gentle and relaxing form of yoga, Yin aims to gently stretch and rehabilitate connective tissues and muscles, while promoting flexibility and a deep release of worked muscles. This quiet, meditative practice is a perfect complement to other dynamic forms of yoga and/or climbing. Props are often used to help relax and support the body in poses allowing for longer hold times resulting in an experience of deeper stretch. This practice encourages introspection and relaxation and is suitable for all levels.

Levels 2/3 Vinyasa

This 75-minute class strengthens and balances the body as you move through more challenging poses. Similar to Power Hour, this Level 2 will often incorporate arm balances and/or inversions and you begin to build strength and focus through class. Some previous yoga experience is helpful, however not necessary. Anyone is encouraged to join class, but come prepared to work!