Vinyasa is a dynamic system of practicing asana by linking breath to continuous movement in sequence often built around sun salutations. An attentive ear and some knowledge of basic yoga postures are recommended to keep pace with the flow.
Kundalini incorporates movement, dynamic breathing techniques, meditation, and the chanting of mantras, such as Sat Nam, meaning "truth is my identity." The goal is to improve the flow of prana, build physical vitality and increase consciousness.
Yin is a deeply internal and meditative approach to practice that complements dynamic (yang) styles of yoga. Props support the body through long posture holds that softly open tight connective tissues and tendons to improve circulation and joint mobility.
Hatha is the most ancient form of Yoga that artfully prepares the body and the mind for meditation. This style details asana benefits and employs various techniques to address specific posture needs of each practitioner for optimal body function.
Meditation is a practice of focusing the mind and thought to develop concentration, clarity, and achieve an emotionally calm and positive state to see the true nature of things.
Power classes stimulate strength and stamina through practices that challenge endurance. This style will enliven your deep core to improve all postures, help to stabilize your lower spine and pelvis, increase overall muscle tone, and heighten concentration and mental clarity.