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Foundational yoga class at yoga studio in Cherry Hill, NJ


All levels welcome, a version of Hatha. Start and end with pranayama (breath work) with a slower paced sequence in between. the use of props and modifications are encouraged.

Strength and balance yoga at Cherry Hill health club


A moderate practice that builds on the basics. An energizing mix of dynamic flow and static poses helps build strength, flexibility, stamina and focus. More advanced postures, including arm balances, inversions, and backbends will be offered with appropriate modifications to fit every person’s practice. This practice includes meditation and pranayama techniques to allow deep relaxation in mind and muscles.

relaxing yoga class at Cherry Hill, NJ health club


A vinyasa style practice that links breath and movement to strengthen the connection between mind and body and provides a space to explore more advanced sequences and poses. Sun salutations may make an appearance but teachers are encouraged to allow their creative voice to make each class unique.


A gentle healing form of yoga that is practiced with props to provide a supportive environment for total relaxation and a deep sense of peace. Several long-held, gentle and relaxing poses are practiced with yogic breathing and meditation techniques to foster relaxation and restoration of the body, mind and spirit.

Flow yoga class with sun salutation at Cherry Hill gym


A meditative and gentle practice of long-held, floor level poses that allow joints, ligaments, and deep soft tissues to open, increasing flexibility and mobility. Yin yoga can be a challenge for the mind because it holds the body still for an extended period of time while working with the breath to soothe and relax the nervous system. A way to balance a busy schedule or strenuous workout.

meditative yoga class Cherry Hill gym


Gentle Breath & Meditation is a thirty minute format that directly follows one of our hour classes and is designed to give more of a chance to surrender under savasana. The teacher may offer a guided meditation or specific pranayama (breath work) technique.