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unnamed27 Finding a place that not only offers a community but a family is hard to find and I'm happy that I've found my home. Much love to Moksha, to my new found family and friends Alyssa Marsillo Yin teacher

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  • Moksha

    Moksha is a unique series of yoga postures; a strong and healthy foundation practice. Movement is connected with breath creating a healing, therapeutic practice that tones and strengthens the entire body. It is also a complete cardiovascular exercise.

  • Silent Moksha

    A beautiful Moksha class taught to the rhythm and tune of silence. Teachers will call out each pose out as it’s time to enter it. The class allows the student to explore the depths of their own practice by providing an opportunity to investigate the sensations of the body and the breath more fully. It… More details

  • Moksha Flow

    A fluid practice in which Moksha postures are linked together through vinyasas (sun salutations) and breath. A cardiovascular flow-style practice with intermediate balance postures and option to explore basic arm balancing.

  • Free Flow

    A dynamic and innovative vinyasa flow class inspired by our senior Moksha teachers. Each class has its unique and creative focus rooted in intelligent vinyasa sequencing. Experience in Moksha and Moksha Flow recommended.

  • Yin

    Seated postures practiced very passively and held for several minutes to create a deep-stretch practice. Connective tissue and joints are targeted to create greater flexibility and ease.

  • Moksha Flow/Yin

    Get the best of both worlds: start with a Moksha Flow and end with a delicious Yin.

  • Karma

    A 5$ Moksha class. The money raised will be donated to a charitable organization.

  • Meditation

    Join us every Monday for a 45-minute guided mediation practice. By committing to a weekly practice, you are giving yourself the opportunity to gain more energy and reduce your stress. This class is accessible for all levels! Regular prices apply.

  • Restorative Yoga

    Restorative Yoga is a gentle therapeutic style of yoga that uses props to support the body in restful still positions. The focus of the practice is to restore the central nervous system and the internal systems of the body. Restorative Yoga is a soothing and nurturing practice that promotes the effects of conscious relaxation.

  • MYL

    A Hatha Yoga practice inspired by the postures in the Moksha and Moksha Flow series. Practiced in a non-heated space and is accessible for all levels

  • Kids (ages 5 to 8)

    Yoga for kids will introduce a playful approach to Yoga. Mini yogis will use their imagination to understand the essence of Yoga. This class will help children improve their concentration, body flexibility and brain development. Each class will be planned according to the theme of the week and will include the following: Art activity (mandalas,… More details

  • Ashtanga

    Ashtanga Yoga is a traditional Vinyasa-yoga practice in which breath and movement are synchronized to produce a purifying internal heat. We will explore standing and floor postures, deep hip opening postures, twists and potentially arm balances or inversions. Having some experience in yoga is recommended. This practice takes place in a non-heated space.

  • Prenatal Yoga

    Prenatal Yoga is a yoga practice adapted for pregnant women at any point in their pregnancy and can help alleviate some of the classic discomforts associated with pregnancy, such as lower back pain, nausea, headaches and difficulty sleeping. Props will be used.

  • Aerial Yoga

    Aerial Yoga incorporates a low-hanging fabric hammock to partially or fully support your weight as you flow through your yoga practice. This enables you to develop a better sense of proprioception as allows you to target specific muscle groups to refine your regular practice. Explore your limits when gravity is taken out of the equation for maximum stretch with minimal effort. This practice develops core stability and overall flexibility, as well as the opportunity to experience the benefits of advanced yoga postures such as inversions and backbends safely.

  • Restorative Aerial Yoga

    Restorative Aerial Yoga aims to help students hold deep stretch postures (integrating yin-like holds) with the additional support of the hammock, increasing the impact of gravity. Explore your limits when gravity is taken out of the equation for maximum stretch with minimal effort.