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A • Absolute Beginners are encouraged to start their practice here.

  • Perfect if you’ve never taken a yoga class before or haven’t in a while
  • It is completely appropriate to ask questions during A’s
  • Students recovering from injury or illness will learn modifications
  • Pregnant students are welcome. Let the teacher know your good news, please

B • Beginners and students who prefer a slower pace will like these

  • Most beginners will benefit from 3 months of B’s and E’s before moving on
  • Students recovering from injuries and illness will benefit from the slower pace of B level classes
  • Experienced students are welcomed to choose more challenging variations, when appropriate
  • Pregnant students are welcome. Let the teacher know your good news, please

C • Challenging postures and sequences will be explored.

  • C’s almost always involve vinyasa, synchronizing movement to breath
  • Students will become familiar with The Sun Salutation (“Surya Namskar”)
  • Advanced variations of poses introduced in A and B level classes will be practiced
  • Students are welcome to practice basic versions of the postures
  • Deep back bends and balancing poses will be practiced
  • Arm balances and Inversions will be explored

D • Demanding. Definitely not for Beginners.

  • D level classes are intended for students with a regular practice of at least one year
  • Arm Balances and Inversions will be practiced, often in the context of a vigorous flow

E • Everyone is encouraged to attend these well rounded sessions.

  • Classes are limited to 15 people, so everyone gets individual guidance
  • Poses are taught from the most basic version with variations added for those who wish
  • Pregnant students are welcome. Let the teacher know your good news, please

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