Class Descriptions

Gentle Yoga

In gentle yoga, the movement is slow, each movement is linked with breath, and we enter into the postures gradually—moving in and out of each pose first, and then finding a holding position. This preparation and fluid entry into postures protects and nurtures the joints, muscles, and connective tissue.

Suitable for all levels.

Restore and Recover

A restful, rejuvenating stretch all about slowing down and opening your body through passive stretching. Perfect for recovery after intense physical work and/or a long day of travel. Uses bolsters, blocks, straps, and more,

Suitable for all levels.


Yin Yoga

Yin Yoga is slow-paced style of yoga as exercise, incorporating principles of traditional Chinese medicine, with asanas (postures) that are held for longer periods of time than in other styles. Advanced practitioners may stay in one asana for five minutes or more. The sequences of postures are meant to stimulate the channels of the subtle body known as meridians in Chinese medicine and as nadis in Hatha yoga.

Suitable for all levels.

HOT Yoga Flow

Set in a 93 – 106 degree infrared heated space, this practice starts with a gentle warm up before carrying yogis into a full flow of movement to hold postures. Arm balances may be offered, but are not taught specifically. Modifications for injury and individual skillsets are offered. Practitioners are encouraged to add or subtract movements from their practice as needed. Promised to burn energy, build strength, and lift the spirit.

HOT Power Yoga

A strong 93 -106 degree infrared heated yoga flow with options for arm balances, inversions, and twists. Modifications offered for those who prefer the practice for strength and heat without not the tricks. Practitioners are welcomed to take it up or down a notch to support their personal practice. For ages 15+ (under 18 must have a parent consent form submitted.)


A form of hot yoga consisting of a fixed series of 26 postures in temperatures ranging from 104 degrees -108 degrees.
Each class will support students in building strength and muscle toning. The sequence is designed specifically to detox the body as each posture intensifies toxin release and stress relief. Participants who practice regularly will see growth in flexibility and health.


The original power yoga, this is a systematic sequence of predetermined flowing postures linked together with the breath. An athletic flow that combines strength flexibility and stamina. No music, warm/room temp. Intended to be a daily practice.



Hot LSD focuses on breath and stillness to release tension from major muscle groups and deep connective tissue. Hold poses from 5 breaths to 5 minutes in a hot room, creating a deeply restorative practice for your body, mind & spirit.


Barre is a toning, body-weight-lifting workout. It engages muscles you wouldn’t normally target—ones deep inside your body that squats, lunges and sit-ups don’t reach. With high-reps and low-impact movements, barre challenges anyone looking to fine-tune their muscles—no ballet experience required.

Power Pilates

Mat based, full-bodied strength building workout, focusing on core and small muscle groups. You will leave with a greater awareness of muscles you did not know you have.

Warm Power Yoga Flow

An intentionally strong yoga flow in warm temperature. Practice builds up to a peak pose with progressions and modifications provided.

Fire and Yin

30 Minute Cardio Yoga Flow to burn away the week, followed by a 20 minute deep stretch with props, and a 10 minute meditation to honor the closing of a week and the start of something new.


Savage Strength

A warm room and pumping music is paired with isolated strength training to build and sculpt muscles. Each class incorporates upper and lower body training. Cardio training will be achieved by lifting to your max with perfect form. Get ready to be pushed to reach and exceed your goals!

Kettle Bell Sculpt

A 45 minute interval training class with the use of kettle bells. Designed to sculpt and shape the body for maximum weight strengthening.
Classes taught by Sol from Maverick’s Fieldhouse.


A 60 minute class for all levels created to introduce beginners to yoga and reset the awareness and poor habits of advanced yogis. Blocks incorporated. A simple, open mind is all that you need for this class.


Kid’s Yoga

Kid’s Yoga for ages 5-11. 45-minute room temperature stretching and holding fun poses that will strengthen, nourish, and calm our spirited young ones.
Bring water and appropriate sized mat.

Warm Yoga Express

Warm yoga flow set to a vinyasa style to emphasize the sequential movement between postures, coordinated with and guided by deliberate breath. The Vinyasa practice becomes a moving meditation that creates strength, freedom and fluidity in the body and mind.

Forrest Yoga

Forrest Yoga®, created by master yogini Ana Forrest, is a vigorous and internally focused practice that emphasizes how to carry a transformative experience off the mat and into daily life. Each class focuses on specific areas and issues, giving special attention to alignment and taking care of oneself. Deep breathing and abdominal exercises work to fortify the core, helping students go deeper into poses, and feel sensations that often go unnoticed. Pose modifications and hands-on assistance are given to tailor poses to meet individual students’ needs. This is a great practice for exploring emotional and mental blocks held in the body, learning to work with injuries, stabilizing muscles, strengthening the core, relaxing the mind, and energizing the spirit.

Hatha Yoga

Hatha yoga focuses on posture and breathing techniques, traditionally to channel vital energy source. In Sanskrit, Hatha translates to force. The practice involves breath, body, and mind, and classes are generally 75-90 minutes of breathing, yoga poses, dharma talk and meditation.

This class is 90 minutes.

Qi Gong

Qi Gong is the practice of 14 exercises and 3 walking postures. The sequence of the exercises are designed to manifest in the physical body a sense of tangible knowledge by simple movement.

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