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Find the class that suits your energy.
Hatha-Vinyasa Yoga

A balanced practice that works on all the major body parts, Hatha-Vinyasa is the perfect progression that builds your strength and endurance from foundation poses to the more intermediate poses. While we still hold poses for a few breaths, we also transition smoothly to the next pose and then to the next, keeping in mind principles of alignment and breath.

Vinyasa Flow

Usually a moderately-paced type of yoga with sequences linked to form a flow, Vinyasa builds heat in the body and offers intermediate to advanced variations of the poses. A basic familiarization with the asanas and alignments will surely come in handy in this class, but beginners are always welcome.

Yin Yang Yoga

A 75-minute morning sequence that mixes your Vinyasa practice with the delicious stretches of Yin Yoga and/or the relaxing poses of Restorative Yoga.

Yin Yoga + Meditation

This Treehouse signature class allows you to slow down, embrace silence, and work on restoring the body, mind, and spirit. Great for combating mental stress, emotional issues, and tired bodies. Yin Yoga is a quiet practice focused on passive stretches, targeting the joints, ligaments, the deep connective tissues of the body, and the fascia - the thin, web-like tissue that covers the body. Because of its slow and meditative nature, Yin Yoga is often used to deal with stress, anxiety and deep pain, or trauma. Coupled with any other type of yoga practice, Yin Yoga improves your flexibility through passive stretches held for a longer period of time. 

Jivamukti is a physical, ethical, and spiritual practice, combining a vigorous Hatha yoga, Vinyasa-based physical style with adherence to five central tenets: shastra (scripture), bhakti (devotion), ahimsa (nonviolence, non-harming), nāda (music), and dhyana (meditation). Best for people looking for a more holistic yoga practice and/or ready to take their yoga to a deeper, more philosophical level.

Jivamukti®

Classes and teachers are subject to change without prior notice. For real-time updates, please download our MindBody Connect App, or follow us on Facebook (treehouseyogaph), or join our Facebook group, Treehouse Yogis.

A Vinyasa flow class with the pace of Hatha. This class  focuses on alignment, transitions, prop use to both intensify and de-intensify the poses, and proper execution of the most common Vinyasa sequences. Great for all levels: beginners will have time to work on Vinyasa poses, while intermediate and advanced practitioners get to build strength as they hold poses for 5 to 8 breaths.

Slow Vinyasa Flow

NOTE: The studio opens 15 to 20 minutes before each class starts, and closes 15 to 30 minutes after. Walk in inquiries will only be entertained during the window hours before and after each class. 

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January to March 2019

Romana's Pilates® 

Pilates exercises develop a strong "core," or center of the body. The core consists of the deep abdominal muscles along with the muscles closest to the spine. Control of the core is achieved by integrating the trunk, pelvis and shoulder girdle. While you may not work up a sweat in this class all the time, you will definitely feel its effect on the body right after! Open to all levels.

Class Levels:

Great for beginners and for experienced yogis alike. Focuses on alignment and breath while executing and moving through essential yoga poses. May include introduction to and preparatory strengthening for some intermediate poses.

For regular practitioners of yoga asana and "experienced beginners" who are looking to move with creativity and mindfulness. May include intermediate poses and peak poses, depending on the general level of the class.

For people looking for a nice stretch or some quiet time for themselves while restoring the body's flexibility.

May include time for reflection, meditation, and introspection and some mental and emotional work.