A workshop-style class just for beginners! We'll go through the trapeze parts, basic poses, and proper alignment. Take this just once or twice before graduating to Trapeze 1.
Perfect for new Trapeze enthusiasts. Flow style, fitness-based class focusing on building overall strength and flexibility while incorporating spinal traction in the trapeze.
A level-up from Trapeze 1, getting deeper into poses and into new, more challenging moves. Typically faster-paced with a bit more time upside-down than level 1.
Trapeze 3 is for those who want more of a challenge than the Trapeze 2 class provides. This class requires more upper body strength and coordination than our other Trapeze classes. There are prerequisites required prior to enrolling in class.
Vinyasa + Trapeze
Best of both worlds! A touch of Vinyasa, and a dab of Trapeze all in one class! This is great for those who just can't decide which they love more - Vinyasa or Trapeze Yoga. All levels welcome.
Vinyasa translates directly to “movement with breath.” It is a style of yoga characterized by stringing postures together so that you move from one to another seamlessly, using breath. It is commonly referred to as “flow” yoga.
A level-up from Vinyasa 1, still strength and flexibility focused but slightly more challenging for those who are familiar with the yoga asanas. You can expect more advanced sequences that flow from one another with breath.
Restorative yoga is all about slowing way down and allowing your body to open through passive stretching. You will be able to relax completely by using props such as blankets, bolsters and blocks to support you through each pose.
Gentle flow is a slow-paced flexibility-focused class where there is little to no time spent in standing poses. This is a wonderful class for beginners, injured students, and a perfect addition to your current fitness routine.