Class Descriptions


AcroYoga blends the wisdom of yoga, with healing touch of Thai Massage, and the dynamic connection of acrobatics. We’ll build both sensitivity and strength while training inversions, learning acrobatic flows, and sharing healing touch. Open to all levels. No partner necessary.


This class provides a combination of healthy alignment and the freedom to play within familiar and new poses. From beginners to seasoned practitioners, this class hopes to broaden the range of capabilities of each person through the instruction of alignment and breath. This physical practice is offered with some yoga philosophy, music, and perhaps some humor.


Workshop-style yoga classes that combine strong breath work and detailed alignment for exploring fun poses and transitions. Every Sunday we build up from the basics into more challenging balances, bends, folds, openings, twists and inversions in a supportive, community-based forum. Advancing Asana invites anyone seeking to advance their yoga practice, no matter what level you practice at.


Classes are open to students of all levels and offer accessible alignment principles and biomechanics from which students can be playful, explore their creative potential, heal and transform. These classes are taught with music.


This class is designed as an introduction to the practice of yoga. Class is slower paced than an all-levels class, and focused on developing clear and safe alignment in foundational poses. Come to learn, play, and maybe even break a sweat in a supportive environment. All bodies are welcome.


With a focus on breath and feeling, this class offers accessible alignment cues to engage any yogi. In addition to asana, classes include opportunities for pranayama and meditation. All bodies are welcome.


Vigorous align-and-flow style classes to wake you up and get you going and flowing into the rest of your day.


In this 75-minute class, we will prepare the body with a 45-minute yoga practice, followed by a 20-minute weaving of asanas ( yoga postures ) expressed into a dance. This class encourages the participant that everyone is a dancer, and through the power of flow, we can release doubts, anxiety, inhibitions, and self-judgments. All levels of experience are welcome.


Gentle Vinyasa yoga is an intuitive group class that features personal modifications and emphasizes integrating mind, body, spirit, and breath–all within a playful, safe environment. Together, we come into the breath and quiet the mind as we find steadiness in asana. All are encouraged to accept the beauty of their practice without needing to achieve anything other than coming into the present moment and truly experiencing it. Meditation and pranayama are included in each session. Prompts for guided visualization and mantra may be offered. Gentle Vinyasa yoga is a great way to transition from the weekend into the work-week.


In Hatha Yoga, we come into the breath and quiet the mind as we find steadiness in asana and attain increased balance and an enhanced connection to our highest self. Each class provides personal modifications and emphasizes integrating mind, body, energy, and breath–all within a playful, supportive environment. All levels of practice are welcome.


For students interested in exploring a transition from Level I to Level II of the Integral Yoga lineage as taught by Sri Swami Satchidananda. New asanas will be introduced, and others will be held longer to deepen the experience. Yoga nidra, longer extensions of pranayama, meditation and mantra are part of this class. All students are gently reminded to practice to their comfort level and to arrive a few minutes early to set up their mats.


This is a beginner friendly class, all levels welcomed, offering people of color the opportunity to join together in moving our bodies and sharing community. Helping to heal the inner scars of racism through self care and community building.


All Levels Pilates Mat class uses contemporary alignment and choreography based on classical Pilates foundations. We will increase body mechanics awareness and build overall strength and mobility by focusing on the breath, building core strength, and paying close attention to shoulder and hip alignment. This is a dynamic class with a mixture of small controlled movements and deep dynamic stretching. All abilities and bodies are welcome.


“Caring for myself is not self-indulgence, it is self-preservation and that is an act of political warfare.” – Audre Lorde

Queer & Trans Yoga is an all-levels vinyasa (flow) class that works to affirm all of our identities, so that you & each of us may focus on the practice, and grow open to its deep gifts. Breath, grounding, alignment, healing, growth & community are themes that recur. If you have ever felt nervous about going to a yoga class because… You didn’t feel like your form or expression would be represented by others in the room? Because your binder or tuck wouldn’t allow you to breathe or comfortably stretch the way you wanted? Or any other related concern.. We invite you to practice with us, and to allow us to welcome you Home. Queer & Trans folks of all intersections, abilities, identities (the whole LGBTQQIP2SA Black & Brown rainbow), expressions, colors, bodies, and sizes are welcome. This is a community-led class in more or less random alternation by Mari, Jesse, and Frances Rose, who collectively stepped in to lead this class after its amazing founders, Qui & Shay, both moved away from Philly. We, as they, believe in the power of collective & self-care and are excited to work together toward liberation for all, inside & out. Join us for a practice filled with sweat, heart, laughter and community! Wear something that helps you move and feel comfortable. See you on Saturday.


Smooth and steady. In this class basic, foundational yoga postures are practiced to align, strengthen and promote flexibility in the body, while integrating breathing techniques and meditation along the way. This class is taught with music, and is accessible to all practice levels.


If you want to rise up, you are going to have to root down and get real with yourself. This class is a mix of yin and yang, allowing you to spend a little extra time slowing down and being gentle with yourself, being okay with not doing so much, letting go of the day, and energizing what empowers you to continue to thrive. Balance in the body is the foundation for balance in life. Class will focus on postures that will connect you to earth in a way that will make you feel rooted, calm, and collected. This class is taught with music, and is accessible to all practice levels.


Reconnect to all of your senses in a gentle, meditative evening flow that focuses on breath and intuitive movement to help unwind from the day and ease into the weekend restored. Classes are taught with music and the use of props is encouraged. Accessible for all ages, bodies, and abilities.


This class is a blend of gentle vinyasa and restorative yoga and is all about self-care. Through the gentle vinyasa portion of class students will connect to their bodies through movement and breath, focusing on listening to the body and giving it what it needs. Moving through this gentle flow will allow students a chance to open their bodies and understand what is happening in their body, through movement. Transitioning into the restorative yoga portion students will allow the body to rest, supported by blankets, blocks or bolsters. Providing the body with physical support helps the body and mind to come into a state of relaxation. Students will practice deliberate stillness and conscious rest. As the body rests muscle tension begins to unravel, stress begins to melt away, the mind begins to quiet aiding the natural healing process of our bodies.


A cross-addiction, non-12-step support group for people who believe they are responsible for their own recovery. For more information, contact Gianna at:


Vinyasa yoga uses the flow between poses to cultivate physical and emotional openings. These classes are taught with music.


Traditional and contemporary dance styles (Bijagos, Balanta, Fula, and Manjaco) from Guinea Bissau. African Dance is a great way for people to enjoy themselves while having an amazing workout and learning a facet of culture from Guinea Bissau.


An opportunity for rest, relaxation, and release as we gently flow through various asanas, supporting ourselves with breath to encourage a deeper mind-body connection as we collectively prepare for the week to come.


Yin is a passive practice where poses are held for 3-5 minutes at a time with the focus on the connective tissues of the body. Many postures are seated, but focus on the whole physical and emotional body. In this class you will be asked to engage with very little muscular effort, and invited to ask questions of yourself or your practice and settle into whatever responses you receive. This class has music and may include meditation, reiki, or nidras.


The class offers a space for optional sharing and yoga for those experiencing any stage of recovery (as defined by the individual). The structure starts with a support group-style discussion similar to AA, followed by a beginner/intermediate yoga session. Donations are welcomed and no one is turned away for lack of funds. No need to sign up in advance.


This 60-minute youth yoga class is a playful and fun introduction to basic yoga postures, breathing, and meditation for preteens to teens (12-16 years of age). This is a perfect after-school practice after spending long hours sitting at classroom desks and a nice intermission for homework study and projects. This class aims to develop concentration, strength, confidence, and self-love while releasing anxiety and stress. All levels of experience are welcome.


Red: Active, Peak Poses, Strength Building, Advanced
Orange: Advanced, Intermediate
Purple: Intermediate, Beginner Friendly
Green: Beginner Friendly
Blue: Relaxing, Stress Relief
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