Our classes are categorized according to LEVEL OF INTENSITY & PHYSICAL DEMAND, NOT level of yoga experience/ability.

L = Level of Intensity/ Physical demand


L1=Low Intensity/Low Physical demand (no standing, no wrist stress, great for seniors, beginners, injuries, illness, stress)

L2= Medium Intensity/Medium Physical demand (a well-rounded balance of active and gentle/restorative practices)

L3 = High Intensity/Physical Demand (Raise your heart rate, increase strength and stamina, sweat, stand on your hands and more. Beginners are welcome, but encouraged to honor their limits and HAVE FUN!)



Classic Yin, Restorative & Mindfulness Yoga (L1B)

– Tamara Faust

Quiet, nourishing, meditative and deeply healing. Slow moving postures are supported by a bolster, chair or wall. Each pose slowly releases fascia, aligns the musculoskeletal system, deeply nourishes the adrenals, balances hormones and soothes the nervous system. Mindfulness techniques orient the busy thinking mind to a place of calm and rest. This class is appropriate for all-levels (including beginners), all ages, all physical abilities/disabilities. An excellent addition to an active yoga practice, for those needing a break. Also very beneficial for managing stress related symptoms such as adrenal fatigue, auto-immune disorders, chronic injury, peri/menopause.


paschimottasana not sexyYoga Therapeutics (L1-2B)

-Tamara Faust & Anna Sirotin

For those who are stressed, fatigued, injured, recovering from illness, new to yoga or returning to yoga: this all-levels class will leave you feeling both deeply relaxed AND energized. Yoga Therapeutics teaches how to customize your yoga as a tool for self healing. You will learn to integrate asana, pranayama and bandha with self-care massage techniques to bring balance to our physical, mental, emotional and energetic bodies. Explore therapeutic applications of a variety of yoga styles including Traditional Hatha, Vinyasa, Anusara, Yin, Restorative and Mindfulness Yoga in conjunction with simple, self-applied Thai Massage and Neuromuscular bodywork techniques. This is an all levels class where participants are encouraged (but not required) to bring personal requests to address their unique therapeutic needs. Examples of topics explored are: structural imbalances such as back pain and injury recovery; nervous system imbalances such as anxiety and insomnia; endocrine nurturing for thyroid and hormonal imbalances; digestive distress and more. Those without specific therapeutic needs are also encouraged to attend. Each class is a well-rounded practice incorporating active movement, breath work, meditation and deep relaxation.

birthcave_26-2-smallerPreNatal Yoga (L1-2B)

Pre-natal momma’s-to-be are the focus of this class. Post-natal mommas, partners and others are also welcome.

-Anna Sirotin

Pregnancy is a total experience. This time in a woman’s life is of prime importance for all dimensions of her being to be in harmony. This is a gentle hatha/yin infusion class combined with vocal toning and breathing exercises to unify physical, emotional and spiritual growth with mother and developing child. The intention of this class is to provide women with skills and support to empower them and their partners on the transformative journey to parenthood. Modified according to each female’s stage in pregnancy, this is a perfect class for all levels! Call 928.554.4680 to schedule.


IMG_2903 Kundalini: The Yoga of Awareness (L2)

-Donica Tomko

Kundalini Yoga is a technology and science that uses prana, asana, and mantra to:

~ Heal the nervous system

~Prevent disease

~ Balance the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems

~ Calm the Mind. Balance both hemispheres of the brain

~ Build Vital Glands and Good Circulation

~ Greater awareness of the impact of your actions

~ Strengthen and balance the electro-magnetic field of your aura

~ Clear the subconscious of limiting patterns and doubt

~ Move darkness to the Light!

Tune In and connect to your divine radiance within!

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 Yoga Anatomy (L2B)

– Anna Sirotin

A medium intensity, educational and experiential class exploring the spiritual and physical anatomy of Hatha asanas. You will learn the many physical and energetic benefits of each pose.  This lighthearted flow that will leave you learning something new about yourself and your yoga practice. Beginners encouraged to attend.

In this class you can expect to…

  • Bring awareness to the physical movement of each asana by learning the related anatomical structures
  • Deepen your practice by acknowledging the spiritual component of your flow
  • Explore the importance of alignment both in the body and with higher truth

Alignment Flow (L2B)

– Jeannette Okie

Flow class with an intelligent combination of mindful movement and compassionate, wakeful alignment. This class is physically and mentally strong, rooted in classical yoga, yet safe and playful. It is appropriate for anyone interested in creating a sustainable yoga practice informed by modern anatomy, breath and self-inquiry.


ecstatic-dance-class-sedona-arizMindfulness Yoga (L2B)

– Tamara Faust

In this mindfulness movement class, students are encouraged to explore how each movement and posture can help to heal the body, express your unique-ness and open to love. An all-abilities yoga class at medium level intensity. This well-rounded class integrates breath work, energy work, subtle alignment, core strengthening, nervous system balancing, immune system strengthening, and mindfulness meditation techniques. Beginners encouraged to attend.

Vicki HowieEmpowering Anusara Flow Yoga (L2-3B)

Cat– Vicki Howie & Cat Sullivan

A powerful Anusara-based flow class that balances your masculine and feminine energies to bring you into a deep state of yoga (union). It’s based on a heart-centered, age-old tantric philosophy of intrinsic joy and goodness. Beginners encouraged to attend.
This class will:
~ Be fun, challenging and full of “aha moments”
~ Invite you to balance strength and flexibility for better equanimity
~ Show you how to physically and energetically align with your highest nature
~ Offer therapeutic information and adjustments (when needed)

~ Contain life-affirming themes that inspire you on and off the mat


Know Yourself, Smile, Support Others and Enjoy Community.

Community Partner Yoga (L2-3)

No need to bring a partner. However, if you have playmates, invite them along.

– Hosted by Aya and Friends

Starting and ending with an Anjali Circle to center, ground, align ourselves and chant together, this class offers innovative ways to step out of the individual mat and move into a variety of fun partner and group practices. The class is a playful exploration and celebration of the ways human bodies can complement each other and come together in partnerships to form graceful and elegant sculptures & choreographies. In a safe environment, we are re-learning the non-verbal language of body communication, mutual trust and deep listening, thus co-creating new grounds for sharing community – on local & global levels.
• Partner Stretching & Balancing while standing or sitting: face-to-face and back-to-back.
• Double and Multiple Yoga Asanas: traditional balancing postures are made easier and more entertaining with a partner or two.
• Group Mandala Architectures. Forming human family flowers and dancing them…
• Strength & Core Drills for Foundational Alignment & Dynamic Inversions.
• Body Positions, Arms Grips, Foot Placements and the Communication of Touch.
• Intro to Thai Massage for mutual Healing and Release: loving touch, the basics of supine & prone massage, leg relaxation, back stretching…
• Be a Beginner again, a Child of the Universe and enjoy playing, tumbling & laughing in the here-now…
• Learn again to create games, speak with Mudras and practice simple circus skills (Juggling, Hooping…)
• Families, kids (7 years old +) and couples are most welcome and will discover new and blissful ways to relate to each other.

Dosha Yoga (L2)

-Thomas Wisbey

Dosha Yoga is yoga approached from an ayurvedic perspective. Ayurveda is an ancient holistic healthcare system that translates from Sanskrit as the ‘science of life’. Understanding that all matter and energy in the world is combination of the 5 elements (earth, wind, fire, water & ether), Ayurveda further breaks down these elements into 3 categories or Dosha’s:

Vata (wind+ether)

Pitta (fire+water)

Kapha (earth+water)

By developing an awareness of the doshas and how we move naturally in the world with them, we may come to a deeper interaction within ourselves and the world. Dosha yoga seeks to develop your ability to find optimum balance in mind-body-spirit by focusing on a particular dosha, a combination of doshas or by specially tailoring class to the particular season, day, collective Prakruti or energy present. Come to class expecting to:

-Deepen one’s understand and experience of the doshas

-Recieve all the benefits of a standard yoga class

-Learn more about your particular energetics and of others

-Find a deeper sense of peace, balance and union


Dharma Vinyasa  (L3)

–  Rukmini Devi, Sam Magaziner & Word Smith

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Dharma Yoga is a classical style of Indian yoga refined and codified by Sri Dharma Mittra through over fifty years of intense self-practice. Sri Dharma took the poses given to him by his teacher and developed a complete system of postures, breathing exercises, and subtle energy practices. All levels of students can enjoy the graceful, dynamic, vinyasa-style sequence of poses, designed to change the practitioners’ mind state. The practice invites more energy, an uplifting attitude, and greater grace in movement. Variations of all poses are given for all levels. Dharma yogis are encouraged to take advantage of the group setting and flow together, exponentially increasing their rate of progress. Receptivity and compassion are the hallmarks of Dharma Yoga with each student’s heart being their greatest guide.


Perfect For

Everybody and every body! Each Zumba® class is designed to bring people together to sweat it on.

How It Works

We take the “work” out of workout, by mixing low-intensity and high-intensity moves for an interval-style, calorie-burning dance fitness party. Once the Latin and World rhythms take over, you’ll see why Zumba® Fitness classes are often called exercise in disguise. Super effective? Check. Super fun? Check and check.


A total workout, combining all elements of fitness – cardio, muscle conditioning, balance and flexibility, boosted energy and a serious dose of awesome each time you leave class.