Whether you have visited our studio a few times or are a seasoned yogi, you already know that we start and end every class with a pose called Savasana. This posture is often thought of as the hardest of the Moksha series. In todays society, there is a large focus on always moving, going, getting… More details
There is a space— a space that only quiet can create— that you can fill with your own degree of depth. Moksha music classes aren’t silent: they are accompanied by a live musician or a carefully created playlist, but they don’t feature the same constant cues and themes. Recently, I’ve found myself drawn to the Music classes more, and I’ve noticed a few subtle differences.
Our outdoor classes are completely free, removing one of the biggest obstacles that most people say prevents them from doing yoga more frequently— the cost. Yoga is also always physically accessible: never be afraid to talk to your teacher about finding a modification that works best for your better, before, during, or after class.