Classes & Pricing



Here are some of our most popular class options. click here for all of our class options.

$20 Drop-in class
$79 New Student Special (unlimited month)
$85 5 Class Pass (2 month expiration)
$160 10 Class Pass (3 month expiration)
$280 20 Class Pass (5 month expiration)
$76  4 Class Pack (Auto-Pay agreement)

Class Offerings:

All DTE classes provide balance, breath work and modifications that allow you to make the experience and the postures your own. Each class ends with the final relaxation pose, savasana.


Yoga Clinic: This hour class/group is to offer special yoga therapy interventions for individuals who want to utilize yoga as a complimentary therapy for specific health conditions. As yoga therapists we are trained to understand how to support people with various medical condition, perform assessments, and create individualized protocols for our clients. This clinic is in a small group format, and designed to create better access to specialized care. We will limit the number of participants in each yoga therapy clinic hour to 8 people, and we plan the number of trained yogis based on attendance. The cost is $25 per session, and first time clients should arrive 15 minutes early to fill out intake paperwork and get set up. 

Ashtanga: The Ashtanga Yoga tradition is great for beginners and seasoned yogis alike. The primary series of Ashtanga yoga is a precise sequence of postures, linked together with vinyasa sequences, and slowly opens the body in order to create length, space and strength. This is a warm class for all levels!

Foundations of Yoga: Learn the benefits of yoga through the incorporation of foundational yoga poses, breath, and mindful relaxation. Explore yoga in a safe and supportive environment. Perfect introduction for those new to yoga and great for intermediate or experienced yoga students wanting to refine their practice.

Chair Yoga: Chair Yoga is a practice to honor the body by teaching movements that will enhance your practice. As we age and/or live with chronic injuries etc. it is important to maintain health, agility, mobility and calming breath work for independence and happiness. Motion is important and creates synovial fluid to keep joints healthy and lubricated, to decrease pain, and create mobility and comfort. The benefits of a chair stabilized practice can provide opportunities to improve your body, mind and spirit.

Gentle Yoga: A calming ,stress relieving yoga class to stretch and strengthen the body gradually. Emphasis is on building awareness of the breath and the body. Asanas (postures) are practiced at a slower pace with attention to alignment and detail. Props are encouraged to allow the body to fully achieve each pose comfortably. This is a great class for students looking for a more gentle experience, those who are new to yoga or those who need a change of pace.

Hatha Yoga: The most widely practiced form of yoga in America. Hatha concentrates on physical health and well being. This class offers the student to connect with postures (Asanas), breathing techniques and meditation to create a healthy body and clear ,peaceful mind.

Restorative Yoga: Restorative yoga is a deeply nourishing practice that invites the use of props, such as bolsters and blankets to encourage a deep letting go into each posture. Postures are held upwards of 5-10 minuets, offering the  benefits of deep relaxation, breath awareness and release of unconscious holding patterns. This practice offers a tremendously healing space to explore the vast realms of consciousness accessed through deep relaxation.

Slow Flow Vinayasa :  A flowing class emphasizing slow graceful movements, deep stretches, balancing postures and deep relaxation. Take time for your self to slow down, open your body breath and find inner peace.

Soulful Practice: This soulful, gentle offering that invites you to slow down and explore an inquiry-based practice integrating gentle movement, deep stretch, longer held postures and stress releasing poses to support you in releasing stress and finding your center.  It awakens and warms the entire body, soften the muscles, open the joints, and stimulate the neurological, circulatory and subtle energetic pathways initiating conscious awareness and synchronization of movement in the breath, body, mind, and spirit. This soothing mind, body and breath practice ends with a long savasana to leave you feeling grounded, expansive, supported and connected

Yin: This class uses gravity, time and body weight to strengthen and lengthen connective tissue, tendons, fascia and ligaments in order to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility.

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