Project Description





Mindful Movement Meditation

Let’s face it, yoga simply makes you feel better. Whether it’s a challenging vinyasa class, a basics class where we focus on fundamentals, or a restorative class where we give our bodies and minds a chance to rest and restore, you will leave feeling better than when you arrived!

“non-violence, truthfulness, non-stealing…”.

Take some time. Treat yourself. You deserve it.

Book a treatment this month and enter thixotropy.



a moving meditation where one pose flows to the next, uniting the mind and body through the vehicle of the breath. Poses are held for a shorter duration, creating a dance of movement and breath.

slow flow

a slower vinyasa allowing for an ease and calm to come to the body and mind.  Poses are held for a few breaths longer than in a vinyasa class to allow for strengthening of the body.

basics & fundamentals

whether you’re new to yoga or not,  a basics class will help you with the fundamentals of yoga. Foundational poses including standing, shoulder and hip opening exercises, inversions, twists, backwards and forward bends as well as  salutations, and finishing poses. You will learn about the principles of alignment and how to move into the pose without injury.


yin is a quiet practice that targets the connective tissue. Poses are held anywhere from 3 to 10 minutes and generally target the joints of the hip, pelvis and spine, as well as energetic meridians.

yin / yang

the yin portion of the class is a gentle, quiet, and meditative practice that teaches us to relax and accept ourselves just as we are. the Yang portion of the class allows us to integrate this openness and awareness into a sense of steadiness and alignment with a gentle vinyasa.


a quiet practice involving blocks, blankets and bolsters. By supporting the body with props, and with a focus on breath, the body moves into a relaxed state where restoration can take place.  Poses are held from 3-10 minutes in a comfortable manner allowing for a sense of equanimity.

Enter thixotropy

“As the current Covid-19 situation adjusts, so too will class size and offering. We are taking precautions to ensure the safety of our clients.”

I’m hoping to be able to teach a regular class schedule but currently in Carefree, public indoor classes are not allowed*