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Class Descriptions

Buti Yoga with Rae

Buti Yoga is a soulful blend of power yoga, cardio-intensive tribal dance, conditioning and deep abdominal toning. This all-in-one workout tones and sculpts the entire body while increasing self-confidence and self-love in an uplifting and supportive community. 

Buti is an Indian Marathi word that means “a cure that has been hidden or kept secret”. We are societally taught to seek external validation or ways to heal themselves. In the Buti community, we believe that the only true cure comes from within. This practice helps you strip away the layers that hide this cure and bring about total transformation.

Come shake your booty with us and see what this class is all about! 
Be prepared to sweat and smile! 

Please bring clothing that allows for movement, a water bottle, and a yoga mat. Previous yoga experience is recommended.

Rooin'd Yoga w/ Roo

Rooin'd Yoga is an alternative yoga practice of connecting body, mind, and spirit through posture, dance and meditation. We release through our breath and ground through the structure of asanas. We find endurance and balance in our soul powered vinyasa flow and then we let it all go by inviting our authentic dance flow.


We relax, reset, and return through gratitude. We are all connected.


As we build our strong bodies in community, we share our effort, our progress, our success, our love! We open to light being mission ignition! Together we impact; we raise the collective!

We change our perspective through physical and mental shifts and find bliss in the power of our breath. Our challenge becomes our greatest point of joy because it marks growth and evolution as our breath relaxes into “yummy”.

Intro to Acro Yoga with Lauren Moon & Yogi Roo

This class will be focused on the fundamentals of AcroYoga. We will explore the capabilities of our bodies in a fun and progressive environment. AcroYoga is an exciting way to challenge ourselves to stay present both internally and externally with the ones around us. We believe acro truly is for everyone, so come and challenge yourselves in a way that is sure to put a massive smile on your face. 

Organic Yogurt Spirit Medicine

Get out of the way and let spirit come through, lets tune into the infinite possibilities we create when we take the time to slow down, less thinking ,more feeling. This is what organic yogurt spirit medicine is all about , can you fully surrender to this powerful vortex of creation, becoming one with everything around you? melting, bathing, basking in the all powerful now. we will be using breath work, mindfulness and the guidance of our spirit ally to open our hearts and receive the message of movement.

Hatha With Hamilton

A yoga class described as ‘Hatha' will typically involve a set of physical postures and breathing techniques, practised more slowly and with more static posture holds than perhaps a Vinyasa flow or Ashtanga class.

Literally however, Hatha means ‘force’ and is more traditionally defined as ‘the yoga of force’, or ‘the means of attaining a state of yoga through force’. So Hatha yoga can be considered as anything you might do with the body, including:

Asana - yoga postures (practised in any style of 'yoga')
Pranayama - breathing techniques
Mantra - chanting or reciting
Mudra - hand gestures
Shatkriyas and Shatkarmas - cleansing techniques
and even types of visualisation.

Join each week as we explore, peel back the layers and dive into the depth of self!

Feel Goode Flow with Jenna

For 75 minutes, we'll flow through a series of dynamic and static postures designed to help cultivate strength, balance, flexibility, awareness, and, most importantly, self-love!


This class is suitable for all levels-- from beginner to seasoned practitioner.

Belly Dance: Awakening Your Goddess

The gathering will open with stretching and yoga to loosen the body and center the mind.


We will practice various isolations to focus on movement of just one body part and then flow everything together.


We will go through various beautiful combos to practice anywhere, and review brief history to know the roots of the dances and culture.

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