ONE Yoga

ONE Yoga Class Descriptions



The goal of yoga is to calm the mind and experience a deep union with a Higher connection. Transform your inner self and your perception of reality.

In traditional yoga (Hatha 1, Hatha 2, Heated Hatha, Kundalini), postures prepare your mind and body for meditation. Classes are sequenced intelligently to open the energetics of your body. You may also expect a meditative component, breathing exercises, and dynamic postures to focus your mind, strengthen your body, and increase your flexibility. 

Our power yoga classes (Power 1, Power 2, Power 3) challenge and inspire you through movement, heat, and breath while honoring and recognizing your level of skill. The vinyasa element – complemented by modern music – links breath and movement, allowing for flow within the body and mind. In these classes, expect to have fun, increase flexibility, strength, balance, and by the end of class, experience peace and relaxation.

Ashtanga Yoga – Based on the traditional Ashtanga Primary Series that was developed, refined, and taught in Mysore, India by K. Pattabhi Jois, this class will challenge you physically and mentally. Often described as the parent to modern-day Power yoga, Ashtanga yoga is a specialized sequencing of postures and focused breathing techniques. Learn to harness your body’s energy! You will engage the bandhas (energy gates), strengthen the core of your body, and develop a razor-sharp focus. Expect to detoxify and align your body while building strength and stamina. Some knowledge of the postures recommended.

Beginner Yoga – This interactive, workshop-style class addresses groups of postures, each Monday of the month, in a friendly, comfortable way. You will learn the anatomy and alignment of the pose, along with modifications that are right for YOUR body. You will also learn or deepen the association of the poses with chakras, body systems, and the overall application and purpose of yoga. You will also learn the Sanskrit terms for each asana. This basic class is ongoing and not limited to beginners. Every 1st Monday: Standing and stabilization postures; Every 2nd Monday: Hip openers and twists; Every 3rd Monday: Back bends (heart openers), lateral bends; Every 4th Monday: Balance postures, forward bends, and basic inversions. If there is a 5th Monday of the month, we will cover postures requested by participants.

Breath Yoga – This is a breath-based asana practice with 13-18 postures that are followed by Pranayama (breathing practices). The movements are gentle, coordinated with breath, and work with movement of the spine in all directions. This practice will energize your body and calm your mind. Students will work toward strength, flexibility, structural alignment, proper functioning of the body systems, and mental wellness. For all levels.

Chant, Move, Meditate! – Delve into your practice fully through sound, movement, and meditation. The class begins with chanting and incorporate either japa (repetition of a mantra) or kirtan (call and response of mantra accompanied by live music) to warm the body and release tensions from your week. Continue to unfold by moving through a series of postures designed to stretch, strengthen, and assist your body toward alignment. Chanting and moving will prepare your body and mind for the conclusion of class - a seated, silent meditation. For all levels.

Gentle Yoga – A gentle class geared toward students who are new to yoga, are recovering from an injury, or just want to experience a slower, more accessible approach to practicing yoga. For all levels.

Hatha 1 – An intro-level traditional class that integrates static postures and often incorporates reflective themes. Classes may include breath work, some flowing, a thoughtful sequence of postures, and a short meditation. For all levels.

Hatha 2 – This class incorporates longer static holds of more challenging postures and places a greater focus on alignment. The teacher is free to integrate themes around philosophy or spirituality while also focusing on breath work, flowing within the sequence, and providing an extended savasana or meditation. Some knowledge of the postures is recommended.

Heated Hatha – This meditative and detoxifying class takes the traditional Hatha class into a warm and humid environment. This is the perfect setting for Hatha students who want to build strength and flexibility while working into a gentle sweat. This format also serves the Power students looking to experience a slower-paced practice without as many physical challenges (especially on the shoulders). For all levels.

Kundalini – Kundalini yoga uses movement, sound, mudra, breath, and meditation to regulate the glandular system and awaken the chakra system. Allow your spirit to move freely by learning how to relax, rejuvenate, and heal your body. Release yourself from back pain, stress, and low energy with distinctive movement and ultimately experience shifts in awareness. For all levels.

Nidra – Yoga Nidra is a method of finding complete relaxation. It soothes the body, quiets the mind, and can serve as an antidote to our busy and exhausted lives. Yoga Nidra encourages the body and mind to heal from the inside out by harnessing the power of the peaceful state that lies between sleep and wakefulness. This class will begin with gentle movement and will be followed by a 45-minute guided savasana. It is said that 30 minutes of Yoga Nidra is equal to two hours of regular sleep.  For all levels.

Power 1 – An intro-level, gently heated power class with a sequence of postures to open and strengthen your body. This class is more of a workout and includes athletic movement and core work to increase your heart rate. Learn to breathe deliberately in order to focus your mind and relieve stress. For all levels.

Power 2 – This power class incorporates more challenging postures and core work, is heated to 96+ degrees, and is designed to provide a cardiovascular and muscular workout. Have fun while you build your strength, endurance, flexibility. You will sweat! Some knowledge of the postures is recommended.

Power 2.5 – Standing on a strong yoga foundation, Power 2.5 practitioners look to advance their yoga on and off the mat. Through advanced asana sequences and demanding poses, students learn to control their breath and balance while taking their practice to a deeper place. Knowledge of the postures is recommended.

Power Candlelight – A Power 2 class guided in candlelight. Some knowledge of the postures is recommended.

Prenatal Yoga – A comprehensive Prenatal Yoga class focused on preparing women physically, mentally, and emotionally for the beautiful process of childbirth and motherhood. This class will increase strength, physical and mental endurance, flexibility, breath and body awareness, while reducing fatigue and improving relaxation. Prenatal Yoga also helps reduce back pain and other common ailments associated with pregnancy such as nausea, tights hips, and heartburn.

Restorative – Inspired by Yin yoga, this class is relaxing and also rejuvenating. Most postures are in a resting position and held for several minutes at a time to allow connective tissue to heal. Focus on gentle stretching without strain can include the use of props (bolsters, blocks, and blankets) to support the body.  For all levels.

Sunrise Yoga – A heated, early-morning class designed to warm you up from the inside out. This class will cater to the different levels of practitioners in the room. Let yoga meet you where you are to get your day started off on the right foot. Your teacher will give you options to make your experience as challenging as you want it to be. This class will include standing poses, a core workout, balancing poses, and much more! For all levels.

Nidra – Yoga Nidra is a method of finding complete relaxation. It soothes the body, quiets the mind, and can serve as an antidote to our busy and exhausted lives. Yoga Nidra encourages the body and mind to heal from the inside out by harnessing the power of the peaceful state that lies between sleep and wakefulness. This class will begin with gentle movement and will be followed by a 45-minute guided savasana. It is said that 30 minutes of Yoga Nidra is equal to two hours of regular sleep.  For all levels.