Classes

Eka's yoga classes are designed to help students find balance and feel good.  All levels, all body types, all doshas are encouraged to try all classes.  Do you know your dosha? If not, click the button below to take the dosha test and find out!

Out of respect for the practice and the time of our students, we start and end all classes on time.  Please be sure to arrive at least a few minutes early, as we do lock our door to ensure the safety of our students and their belongings during class times. 

Vata Balancing

Our Vata Balancing class is a slow paced, yet a strong practice that aims to bring focus to the mind, cultivate heat, stabilize, strengthen and increase flexibility in the muscles, and find nourishment through breath.  Designed for all levels. (Hatha)

Pitta Balancing

Our Pitta Balancing class is a slow paced, passive, and cooling practice that aims to nurture, increase flexibility, and find ease through breath. Designed for all levels. (Restorative/Yin)

Kapha Balancing

Our Kapha Balancing class is a fast paced and dynamic practice that aims to stimulate, promote alertness, and cultivate heat through both movement and breath. Designed for all levels. (Vinyasa)

Tri-Dosha Balancing

Our Tri-Dosha Balancing class is the full sample platter. In this class you will have the opportunity to ground, cultivate heat and energy, and restore. The perfect class to balance any and all imbalances happening in the body and mind. Designed for all levels. (Hatha/Vinyasa/Restorative Blend)

Tanrtra Tri-Doshic Yoga

Our Traditional Tantra Tri-Doshic Balancing Yoga is a moving meditation designed for all levels and all doshas to meta-physically balance both body and mind. It is highly recommended for those recovering from injuries or with limited capabilities and for those looking to go deeper into a challenging practice. The asanas are gentle, yet firm and challenging, if you so choose that path during your practice. Tantra teaches subconscious relaxation and allows us to remove barriers from both our mind and body so that we can go deeper into our practice and in life. 

Add a Vedic Channel Opening Session  to your practice! 

According to Ayurveda, there are 70,000 Nadis running through our bodies.  Translated from Sanskrit, Nadi means 'a river'. When one receives a session before their practice, they are allowing rivers of energy to flow and release vital prana blockages.  The sessions activate and stimulates essential points in the body that give our bodies permission to be active without tension.

Meditation

Meditation is beneficial no matter when you choose to do it. Many believe the most fruitful time is in the morning. Set the tone for the day by approaching your morning with guided intention and focus. This regular practice can help you maintain consistency and get better results. Become aware of your surroundings, your goals, your body and begin to live in the present.

One-on-one

Traditionally, yoga was taught one-on-one. Private lessons provide a setting in which individual need can completely be addressed. Yoga postures and breathing exercises are chosen and developed to meet these specific needs. In one-on-one yoga, the student will be carefully guided by verbal instruction, demonstration, and hands on direction to explore yoga to meet their own needs at their own pace. 

Private Yoga Events

Whether you’re celebrating, team building, or just looking for something a bit more personal, creating your own private yoga event caters to your groups needs and wants. You pick the teacher, day and time, the style of yoga, and the music to create the perfect yoga practice for your group. Private yoga events can accommodate up to 25 people if scheduled between regular scheduled class times.