Difficulty - 2

Level 2 classes are meant to challenge your balance, strength, and flexibility by combining basic postures with simple movements and flow. These sequences will introduce a series of new poses that may be just out of reach for beginners, but accessible to those with a seasoned practice. Your heart will be beating, but you won’t be totally exhausted at the end of these classes. Be careful as you dive into these, some may be harder than you think.


The more you practice yoga, the more comfortable you may get with your routine. Do you always start with the right side? Do you always cl

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When I practice at home, it is often because I don’t have time to make it to the studio. When I am in a hurry, yoga is the best thi

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By slowing down and connecting to the breath, this 60-minute energizing vinyasa flow practice challenges both balance and strength for yo

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As part of the Functional Flow series, this quick 30 minute vinyasa flow focuses on core: the front body’s relationship to the back

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Primal Movement is an introduction to learn a playful technique of how our bodies were meant to move freely. These movements are generate

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A basics class that will focus on back bending.

Live music by Sheela Bringi, Clinton Patterson, Masood Ali Khan, and Brent Kuecker

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Spend 30 minutes with your significant “other” core, the one in your foot! Find out how activating this equally important core helps

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We’re going to do a lot of movement, finding new muscular engagement from each joint position through the full range of motion, fro

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This class is guaranteed to get you deep into the belly of your practice! With a playful edge, you will be working on all the core muscle

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Halasana (Plow Pose) can be approached to require plenty of strength in the back of the arms, including the triceps, teres minor, rhomboi

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Escape conformity by practicing fluidity with this 50 min Ambiguous Sculpt Flow. Practice a display of true and radical contrast from the

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Sun Salutations: the moving prayer. Join us for a magical flow of breath and movement, of giving and receiving, of strength and surrender

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A well rounded power yoga vinyasa practice, including variations of the Sun Salutations, and other basic postures engaging strength and c

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A throwback to Jules’ earlier teaching days when Vinyasa was her thing. This a creative sequence that will keep you wondering where

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This flow is designed to connect you to your inner sense of freedom through intentional movement. Though Asana, our bodies are able to ca

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This class flows through a nice easy practice ending in a beautiful svasana, also integrating a short meditation practice.

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Balance can be challenging, especially on on foot or on your hands. Set your focus, mind and breath for your practice to find balance.

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Puppy dog, anyone? How about the unicorn, or the sphinx? In this class we will take familiar asanas and take a chance at new interpretati

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A slow and gentle sequence without any fancy poses that settles the mind, stretches the limbs and tones the body. This class is perfect f

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Make Your Accomplishments Effortless with this 30 minute flow in which your actions seem effortless as your journey is taken with great e

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A striking new idea applied to some traditional standing poses will free up your pelvis and allow you to make as much room as possible. S

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This 20-minute practice will get you focused on your tennis form and swing. We get into those legs and practice control of the swing. No

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What’s in a name? Many of the yoga poses we know and love have Sanskrit names that relate to nature—animals, plants, rock formations.

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You think props are for beginners? Think again. A good carpenter never blames his tools. Go deeper with support. Don’t check out, c

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Not 40 min of sit-ups but a class that explore’s what the core means and how in integrates to all postures.

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Triplets is exactly what it sounds. Three times for each pose over this 60 minute Power Vinyasa Slow Flow. Let Rudy guide your exploratio

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This short and sticky-sweet class will offer you a slow and delicious flow that will get your body buzzing.

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How to make love’ is a 20 mins practice about taking the time to for oneself, whilst moving slowly, as if through honey, from pose

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A basics class that will focus on hip openers.

Live Music by  James Stapleton-Cotton, Masood Ali Khan, and Eddie Young.

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Udaya Spotlight

CALEY ALYSSA
I practice to stay connected to my body, my mind, my community, and to stay inspired as a teacher. I teach because I hope to provide a space for others to feel the way my practice has made me feel: supported, nurtured, challenged, empowered, and confident! Happy people = a happy world. I’m inspired by my dog who loves unconditionally,
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