Gentle or Slow Yoga is geared specifically to those new to yoga or those interested in a gentle practice, as it is for all levels of experience and flexibility. The class is inclusive and non-competitive and designed to be accessible to anyone, regardless of any limitation. It encourages us to be gentle with our bodies and ourselves by incorporating a combination of postures coordinated with the breath, performed at a gentle pace, which allows time to be present in each pose. The class includes flowing sequences to warm up the body, as well as slower paced movements focusing on alignment, strength, balance, and flexibility. Each class will end with an extended period of relaxation. This class is appropriate for anyone of any age, shape or size. No experience or flexibility required.

This class is designed to quiet the mind and calm the body by building internal heat slowly and gently with gentle floor-based sequences (using bolsters, blankets, and props). Meditation and breath techniques are taught to promote relaxation through relaxing the muscles, slowing down the mental activity of the brain, shifting emotional patterns, bringing ease to the breath, and tuning into the nervous system’s healing capacity. Restorative yoga classes are perfect for all levels of experience, and stages of flexibility.
All Levels Yoga invites you to work with your body and breath however it shows up on a given day. Your instructor will offer various options with some poses so you can explore and learn more on days when you feel energetic or stay with the fundamentals on days when you need the stability. All Levels classes may be suitable for beginners, but if you’re brand new, you may spend some time observing some poses or taking more rest. All Levels is a great place to learn more about the poses and practices and how to use them to help you meet your goals.
A 90-minute, complimentary class which includes a 30-minute beginners’ practice and meditation, followed by an hour of common pose, alignment and philosophy questions answered.
Bringing kids attention to Mindfulness, Yoga & Meditation through activities, arts, crafts and imaginative play.
Teens benefit from yoga in so many ways, just like adults. In Teens Yoga, they will practice for self-health, relaxation, and inner fulfillment so that they too can manage their life challenges with a little more ease. Yoga encourages self-esteem and body awareness in a non-competitive manner while enhancing their flexibility, strength and coordination. They will also learn to manage stress through breath awareness, meditation, and healthy movement.
For athletes, the fundamentals of concentration and breath awareness improve mental focus and mental endurance – internal assets that are important during long periods of athletic activity. This yoga class directly addresses common athletic challenges, optimizing your performance, and keeping you injury-free, feeling great, and in the game for many years to come.
Meet us for lunch! This class is perfect for the busy worker bees that want to sneak in a little yoga, along with some rest and relaxation. This 45-minute class will start and end on time so you can get back to work feeling energized, de-stressed, and ready to tackle any afternoon challenges! We do NOT recommend eating prior to class. Save that for after.
A typical YMW class involves the slow, careful movement of yoga postures, focused breathing coordinated with movement, attention to the present moment, embodied exploration of the body and its resources, compassionate self-care and deep relaxation. Family members, caretakers, and mental health workers are also welcome to register and attend.

Stand-Up Paddleboarding Season is ALWAYS upon us on in Florida! During our Monthly SUP class, we will cover everything from safety to a full yoga class and some time to play around in the gulf!

If you’re wondering why someone would choose to do yoga on a wobbly surface like a stand up paddleboard, you’re not alone. After all, isn’t it hard enough to hold those poses on solid ground? It’s a common question, but as you’ll come to find out when you give it a try, doing yoga on a paddle board is not as hard as it looks and it even offers opportunities that a land-based practice doesn’t. SUP yoga can be a delightful way to experience nature and invigorate your yoga practice.

Max of 5 persons. No experience needed. Swimming Necessary.

*See the FAQ Page for more SUP Yoga Info

Our guided meditation classes at Vibe Yoga hold a space for individuals to explore their inner world while sitting in a supportive community. This class provides simple and effective breath and meditation practices to release mental, emotional, and physical tension, while supporting and cultivating your capacity to be healthy, calm, aware, and fully present.
During Power Yoga you will be pushed outside of your comfort zone by learning challenging poses and sequences to build up your physical and mental strength and endurance, in a safe and maintainable way.
This class is suitable for all abilities and anyone wanting to feel present, relaxed, and rejuvenated. Most of our postures are practiced on the floor, while laying on your back and being guided into your deepest state of full-body relaxation. The brain enters a state of conscious awareness…hearing the voice of the yoga guide while simultaneously drifting into a sleep-like state. Yoga Nidra has been used to reduce tension and anxiety, promote restful sleep, and improve body awareness.

This is a trauma-sensitive, all-levels, 75-minute yoga class geared towards military, veterans, first responders, & persons with acute stress, PTSD and TBI’s. The class begins with movement with modifications and ends with a guided relaxation or iRest Yoga Nidra.

This gentle class uses both the yoga mat and a chair and is designed for relaxation. You will experience deep, rhythmic breathing accompanied by simple stretches in a safe and comfortable setting. This chair-based yoga class will offer the benefits of our other yoga classes but will use the chair as a prop for support, balance, or advancing the pose as appropriate for each student. A series of options are given for each posture to allow students to find the optimal balance between support and challenge to meet them where they are at the moment. All are welcome to this class. No prior yoga knowledge needed.
Yin is a passive yoga practice in which practitioners position their bodies into specific poses, then soften completely and allow the skeletal structure to support them. Through each posture, we will focus on the three Tattvas of Yin Yoga: Softness, Stillness and Steadiness, while working to balance the body completely. We will hold postures for several minutes to create “stress” within the connective tissues to balance and lengthen them. This practice is great for increased mobility, degeneration prevention and joint and fascia lubrication.
Prenatal Yoga is a holistic movement and breath practice specifically designed to prepare your body for all of the changes it goes through during pregnancy, childbirth, and postnatal. Mothers will focus on soothing common discomforts of pregnancy while building awareness, relaxation, and strength. You will also learn stamina techniques, as well as concentration and breath control, invaluable tools during labor and birth. Prenatal Yoga is a wonderful opportunity for pregnant women to connect and celebrate their changing bodies and growing babies, while also connecting with their peers to widen their circle of support. No prior yoga knowledge needed.

Private yoga sessions are a wonderful way to have a class, or series of classes, personalized to your specific needs or desires, and are provided in the studio.

Sessions are available for individuals or groups. After an initial conversation, a program will be designed based on what you want and your needs. A class day, time, and length will be determined based on your schedule during the initial conversation.

Sessions can be used:

  • As an introduction to yoga.
  • To support you as you refine your yoga practice.
  • To support you as you recover from an injury or overcome health issues.
  • As part of a training regime for a specific sport.
  • To enjoy the many benefits of individualized attention from a trained yoga instructor.

Private sessions are also great for groups and celebrations:

  • Birthdays
  • Team and strength building for businesses
  • Sports teams
  • Bridal showers and wedding parties
Dive into yoga philosophy, history, and sometimes fantasy with like-minded individuals.
(Not a yoga class)

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