"Do your practice and all is coming." -Sri Pattabhi Jois
At Dwell, we offer a broad variety of classes in the various styles of Beginner, Hatha, Vinyasa Flow, Power, Alignment, Restorative, Ayruvedic, Baby yoga, and more. Learn more about how to find the right class for you here.
Seasonal Hatha Yoga
You will be guided through stages of poses with the opportunity to choose what stage works best for you. Along with exploring proper alignment to increase flexibility, build strength and improve balance you will learn the Meridians (energetic pathways) and Chakras (energetic centers) associated with the current season. This class is a great choice for beginners with physical limitations OR beginner to advanced practitioners who wish to explore a deeper energetic focus in their practice.
Yin Yoga is an all-level practice. It is accessible as an entry-level practice and is also an excellent adjunct to an active Yoga practice. Yin yoga applies healthy stress to joints and connective tissue. Connective tissues (tendons, ligaments, and fascia) respond to long, steady, and moderate loads of stress by lengthening and growing stronger. Yin postures focus on the joint and connective tissue in the low back, pelvis, and hips. For those with an established asana practice, yin postures provide space in which you can uncover subtle patterns of holding or clenching and then decide if they are helpful or necessary. Insights into these patterns can lead to greater freedom and flexibility in your physical practice, and in your life.
Sunday Yin | Restorative
Yin & Restorative Yoga combined with breath, energy work, mediation, and Yoga Nidra--a guided meditation to bring deep restoration and relaxation to your body; a great way to start your week.
"You are only an HOUR away from where you want to be!" Yogahour is designed for students who want to get fit and flexible, and reduce stress and anxiety while having fun. Yogahour of Play and Power is a 60-minute flow yoga practice for all levels that offers clear and detailed alignment instructions. Yogahour is designed for students who want to get fit and flexible, and to reduce stress and anxiety while having fun.
Sunday yH (YogaHour) + Meditate
An hour of play & power--a fun, rockin' flow class with music plus 15 minutes of breathing techniques and meditation. Beginners welcome.
The original Bikram inspired 26-posture class, designed to scientifically warm and stretch the muscles, ligaments and tendons systematically from the inside out, working the entire body. This hot static class follows a series of both standing and seated postures with a short pause in between each pose. This class can be a vigorous and well-rounded workout, yet appropriate for beginners to advanced practioners. Dwell is proud to offer this class by Certified Bikram instructor, Kim Chormicle.
Ease into your weekend with our “Friday Happy Hour Slow Flow” A warm hatha flow connecting movement with breath with a focus on building strength, flexibility and balance. Release the stress through flow and relax into longer hold times. Set to inspiring music, this class will work every muscle at a moderate pace. The class will end with a 15 minute guided savasana, to separate your work week from your weekend.
This class builds on the foundations of Vinyasa, incorporating arm balances, inversions, and more difficult transitions between postures. Set to inspiring music, this class will challenge you and work every muscle at a moderate to fast pace. Beginners, Intermediate, & Advanced students will find their flow in this class. Temp mid 90's
Rocket Yoga is a modification of the traditional Ashtanga Yoga and was put together by a person called Larry Schultz, who studied Ashtanga Yoga under the expert K. Pattabhi Jois for nine years in Mysore.
Rocket Yoga is an attempt by Larry to make Ashtanga Yoga more accessible to western practitioners. It was in the 1980s in San Francisco that he developed Rocket Yoga. The name was given by Bob Weir of ‘The Grateful Dead’ band because he thought Rocket Yoga was quick and easy.
It is. Rocket Yoga is fast-paced and has a dynamic flow. Its structure is similar to that of Ashtanga Yoga, consisting of Surya Namaskar, standing poses, seated poses, twists, and bends.
In Rocket Yoga, students can modify and make their interpretation of the traditional asana. If they get stuck with a pose, they can either skip it or find easier ways to practice it instead of rigidly sticking to the pattern.
Therefore, Rocket Yoga becomes widely accessible, enabling even those with physical problems to try it. It is a smooth process of breath and movement. It may look like a purely physical process, but it helps clear your mind as well.
For those wanting to get started in The Rocket...This routine is the most basic form of "The Rocket". It features 34 poses that are taught in a dynamic sequence so you can build more strength and flexibility in your practice. The Bottle Rocket focuses on the heart of any Rocket sequence, the standing poses and the famous "Rocket Splits". It creates opportunity for gaining strength and flexibility, with a focus on breaking down inversions safely and one step at a time. This class is suitable for beginners and those wanting to expand their practice. If you are an advanced practitioner you can practice more advanced variations in a Bottle Rocket routine so you feel yourself continuing to progress in your Ashtanga Yoga practice. Practiced at room temperature.
Power Flow class builds on the foundations of Vinyasa II and will provide a great, rigorous flow with an emphasis on instructing students through more challenging postures such as standing balances, arm balances, inversions and more difficult transitions between postures in a supportive and safe environment. This class is perfect for students seeking to take their physical practice to the next level while mindfully reviving their whole being.
An Ayurvedic yoga practice aims to balance influences from the outside and within the body. Group classes are designed to balance the system without causing additional aggravation to seasonal and environmental changes. The class is composed of Breath work (pranayama), Sun- or Moon salutations (surya - or chandra namaskar), Meditation and an Asana practice. It is a gentle class suitable for all levels and offers a way to introspect and observe the self within the flow of breath.
A full body practice to invigorate the body and focus the mind. This class combines the most essential healing postures from the tradition of hot yoga (Bikram) with the flow of Vinyasa. With balance of silence and music, you will leave feeling re-energized, re-vitalized, and re-stored. Room Temperature: 104 with 40% humidity.
THE ROCKET - Practice using bandhas, breath and drishti to expand your experience with ashtanga vinyasa yoga. Created by Larry Schultz, THE ROCKET offers a series of routines modifying the traditional Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga system combining key poses from the primary and intermediate series to create a twisting, heart opening, arm balancing, inverting, perception shifting ride. Recommended for experienced vinyasa flow practitioners looking for a challenge. Practiced at room temperature.
Candlelight Vinyasa Restorative
Unwind and Restore. Begin with 30 minutes of flowing movement designed to build strength and openness through a variety of postures to help shed the stresses of your day. Followed by 30 minutes of relaxation, using props for fully supported, gentle restorative poses. This class will help balance the nervous system and restore your body’s natural equilibrium.
A fusion of power vinyasa, tribal dance and plyometric movement. Sure to get your heart rate up, your body working and your energy moving.
Baby & Me Yoga
Enjoy movement with your baby that encourages connection and a deeper understanding of their social emotional development. Experience and learn baby massage, aromatherapy, and music with your little one. Parents will also have an opportunity to practice yoga for their own self-care and stress relief.
Toddler & Me Yoga
The perfect step up from Baby Yoga that combines more gross
motor movement, games, literature, and imitation.