Moon Township's Yoga Studio

 Our Classes

A great class for any yogi at any level.  We'll build and 
fine tune the foundation of your yoga practice.  A great place to start for beginners.

Slow Flow
A class that falls in between our Basics class and our Flow class.  Here, we'll be building more strength and awareness 
with a slower pace, and still making it moderately challenging.

That vinyasa flow that we know and love!   Experience is encouraged, as we get moving through sun salutations.  We also work on more advanced transitions and postures, and maybe an inversion or two!  We want you to move, breath and feel free to experiment. 

Gentle Flow w/ Meditation
A slow and moderately paced vinyasa flow that focuses on stretching, relaxation, and the practice of meditation. The class moves at a gentle place with modifications for all students.  All aspects of a traditional vinyasa flow are practiced in this class. This class is appropriate for students of all levels, including absolute beginners.

Intermediate/Advanced Yoga
75 minutes to get ya warmed up, flowing & grooving into some more difficult asanas (poses).  Some experience is recommended, but mastery is definitely not necessary.  If you want to explore and experiment 
in your practice, this is the class to learn how to approach some deeper postures.

75 minutes of yoga, minus the flow or standing postures.  We use all of the props to support us in poses that we generally hold for 3-5mins.   We hold these yummy deep poses for longer periods of time to get into the sweet spots and increase flexibility. 

60 minutes of amped-up vinyasa-style flow.  Some experience is recommended, as we build upon flows and explore inversions.  

Buti Yoga
Buti Yoga is a powerful blend of tribal dance and primal movements, plyometrics, and vinyasa-style yoga.  Throw in some black lights, body paint 
 fun music!

Hatha Yoga
75 minutes of yoga.  Hatha yoga generally means an emphasis on the physical postures, or asanas, of yoga.  In this class, we will be building a strong foundation and understanding of the asanas touched upon in most classes.  Less flow/vinyasa, more studying and holding postures and following the breath.