Yoga classes that work for YOUR body.

Whether you're just beginning your yoga practice, have been practicing for years, or have an injury or illness that limits your mobility - we have a yoga class for you. Our guiding intention is to make each and every yoga class nurturing, empowering, and revitalizing – so that you can put your best foot forward when you step off your mat and into the world.

Choose the class style that's right for you ...

Kindred Hatha Flow

Our signature classes are designed to keep you healthy, balanced, and vibrant through the cycle of the seasons.  The sequence is different for the fall/winter, spring, and summer to align with the principles of Ayurveda. (All levels welcome).

Expect:

  • The perfect combination of physical poses (asana), breath work (pranayama), relaxation, and meditation. 
  • A moderate pace with options given to enable you to adjust the intensity of the class for your own preferences and abilities.
  • Lots of classical yoga poses that build strength, flexibility, and balance. This is a breath-centered class that incorporates longer holds to enable you to refine your alignment and focus your mind. 

Gentle Yoga

Release tension, calm your mind,  and build strength, flexibility and mobility at a slow, gentle pace. (Great for all levels. This is the class we recommend starting with if you have an injury, health condition, or mobility restriction.)

Expect:

  • A slower paced class that enables you to take the time to adapt poses for your unique body using the support of the wall, props, and chairs if needed.
  • A focus on opening the body gently to improve your posture, range of motion, breath awareness, and vitality.
  • An appropriate level of challenge for you. Gentle doesn't mean easy, and you'll be encouraged to build strength at times while working safely within your own capacity. 
  • A good portion of the class spent on the floor (options are also given for those who prefer not to get on the floor)
  • Some gentle breathing exercises, restorative poses, relaxation, and brief meditation time woven in.

Slow Flow

In our slow flow classes, we emphasize mindful movement, breath, and proper form within poses. Level 1 classes are great for students with a little experience, and experienced flow practitioners interested in slowing down and keeping it simple.

Expect: 

  • Variety. Each class is different - creatively sequenced and themed, with each teacher bringing their own flair.
  • A slow to moderate pace. Level 1 Flow Yoga classes move more slowly than all-levels classes to provide adequate time to get into and experience poses. 
  • To build strength.  Often holding the poses for longer periods of time and focusing on the basics is more challenging than flowing quickly. 
  • Basic poses offered, and modifications for all bodies. In other words, you won't be asked to put your leg behind your head.

Vinyasa (Level 2)

Our vinyasa classes are the most vigorous, invigorating classes on our schedule. alignment-based vinyasa classes. Level 2 classes are recommended for those with some yoga experience. 

Expect: 

  • Variety. Each class is different - creatively sequenced and themed, with each teacher bringing their own flair.
  • A moderate to fast pace, holding poses for 3 to 5 breaths between flows (aka vinyasas).
  • Mostly basic poses, with options for more advanced variations for experienced practitioners. 

Yin Yoga

Replenish your body, still your mind, and rejuvenate your spirit.  (All levels are welcome)

Expect:  Lots of seated and reclining poses held for longer periods of time (3-5 minutes), often intermingled with periods of flowing movement to ease the body into poses and promote mobility. You'll experience deep opening of the body’s muscles and connective tissues, a release of energetic blockages, and a quality of introspection in the mind.

In Yin classes, we often use the support of props to adapt postures for individual bodies. Yin yoga is perfect class to balance to your more vigorous workouts.

You'll love this class if you:

  • You are feeling stressed, over-worked, fatigued, or mentally fragmented
  • You are an active person by nature and can't stay still for a minute. Yin helps you practice stillness and introspection - important qualities to keep you balanced in today's crazy world!
  • Are working through an injury or special condition
  • Want to balance your vigorous workout schedule with a practice that focuses more on flexibility than strength, and promotes deep rest for the body

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