At the heart of all Yoga practice, is meditation. A practice of journeying inward, towards temporarily shedding our identities and thoughts and discovering what lies beneath. This is an ancient practice that is just as relevant, practical, and rewarding today as it was thousands of years ago.

Our meditation classes are aimed at breaking open the tiny box that most of us put Meditation in (sitting perfectly still in a cross-legged position). We aim to showcase how broad Meditation can be and how it has very practical applications in everyday life. You can learn how to bring the clarity and focus of meditation into many areas of your life.

One of the biggest obstacles towards getting started with meditation is that inner-voice that says “I can’t sit still for 5 minutes! Meditation isn’t for me.” Actually, if you identify with having a hard time being still with yourself, with a racing or agitated mind, Meditation was made for you! Our experienced instructors will teach you how you can make movement on even the most scattered or racing mind.

We offer 3 unique styles of meditation classes each week, which are open and appropriate for students with any level of experience:

Meditation / Applied Philosophy
This class is a mix of varying meditation practices, and discussion about the philosophy of Yoga and Meditation, and how it applies to your life. This is a great class for opening your perspective up on how these practices can be taken “off the mat” and into your real life.

Nidra / Relaxation
Yoga Nidra is a guided meditation where the student is reclined (or in a comfortable supported position) while being guided through mindful relaxation and visualization techniques. This practice aims to create a deeply relaxing state for exploration of latent consciousness, which can be helpful in noticing deep seated habitual patterns of action and thought.

Meditation / Restore & Sound
This style meditation class combines light physical movement with guided sound meditations. The instructor will use the beginning of the class to address body and breath tensions using restorative postures, setting up the highest potential for the guided sound meditation to follow.


— Learn to Calm the Racing Mind
— Make a Deeper Self Connection
— Awaken to Insight & Wisdom
— Gain Focus & Clarity
— Center Yourself In a Busy World
— Reduce Stress & Anxiety
— Become Less Reactive