Schedule

We have incredible class offerings at Practice Indie and cannot wait to share them with you.

The goal of assigning levels and describing our classes is so that you, the practitioner, know exactly what to expect out of your experience. This keeps everyone safe, prepared, and provides the best possible experience for all practitioners.

Check out our schedule below, then click “Enroll“ to schedule your class.

New to our studio? Please arrive several minutes early to park, fill out a waiver and get acclimated with the space.

Levels

Beginner classes are designed for those who have had no previous exposure to yoga, but are eager to learn and start experiencing the amazing benefits of a yoga practice. The beginner student needs slow-paced direction and a great level of detail so they can become familiar with basic yoga poses and use of the breath.

Level 1 classes are designed for those who have had some exposure to yoga, including an introduction to basic yoga poses, breathing techniques and proper alignment. The experienced beginner student would like to explore their practice deeper and begin to become more familiar with poses and use of the breath.

Level 1/2 classes are designed for those who have a good understanding of the basic yoga postures and have begun to explore a wider variety of poses and styles. You will be expected to know chaturanga, upward facing dog, downdog, tree and warriors I and II. This level student understands the relationship between breath and movement, and is willing to explore more challenging options via mind, body and spirit.

Level 2 classes are designed for more experienced yogis with a very solid understanding of basic yoga postures who are comfortable performing more advanced poses. The level 2 student practices yoga regularly and has begun to master connection of breath with movement. You will be expected to know chaturanga, crow, the warriors, tree and the beginnings of headstand and handstand.

Level 2/3 classes are designed for an experienced yogi with a solid understanding of basic and intermediate yoga postures who are comfortable performing more advanced poses. The level 2/3 student practices yoga regularly- and has for years- and is in deep pursuit of yoga as a lifestyle. You will be expected to know all basic postures plus be able to execute headstand, shoulder stand and handstand.

Level 2/3 classes are designed for an experienced yogi with a solid understanding of basic and intermediate yoga postures who are comfortable performing more advanced poses. The level 2/3 student practices yoga regularly- and has for years- and is in deep pursuit of yoga as a lifestyle. You will be expected to know all basic postures plus be able to execute headstand, shoulder stand and handstand.

Class Descriptions

Practice Flying

Defy gravity and feel like a BOSS yoga warrior doing it. Aerial yoga is a wonderful way to decompress the spine, work on inversions without fear, deepen stretches in unique ways and build strength. We recommend that you have been practicing yoga for at least 6 months before doing this class. You will want to understand basic yoga cueing before taking it off of the ground.

Are you a CrossFitter (or SWIFTer?) who’s looking for some stretching, mindfulness, and breathing without the intimidation and woo woo shiz? Then this is the class for you. This class will be casual, incorporating traditional yoga techniques and postures with contemporary mobility modalities such as lacrosse balls and foam rollers. Use this class on your rest days and to increase range of motion, focus and recovery.

Practice Restoration

Had a long day? Need the physical form of a warm cup of tea? Enjoy creating pillow forts out of yoga props? This is your class. Coined competitive napping, the postures are held for several minutes (4 on average) so that your body can truly rest and restore. This class utilizes a lot of props so prepare to feel unintimidated, completely supported and fully restored. ☺  This is a wonderful class for beginners who are looking for stress relief. Optional: Bring warm socks and a sweatshirt.

Practice Surrender

Practice Indie’s Yin class. If you don’t know what yin is, it’s long, held (typically seated or reclined) postures that encourage you to explore your mental and physical edge. Unlike competitive napping (restorative yoga), postures are not as supported through props, but may be held just as long which will require the body to confront your edge, release and surrender. This is a mentally & physically challenging practice because of mental strength and a willingness to let go.

Practice Giving

Have everything to give or nothing at all? This community class is a ‘come as you are- give what you can‘ vinyasa yoga class. Proceeds each quarter go to a different charity and no one is watching the tip jar if you can or cannot give each time. This class is truly given in the spirit of giving without receiving, so come enjoy a practice without the strings attached.

Practice Flow

Want to blare some music in a dimly lit room, get lost in your movement & sweat? This is your class. Expect to sweat, move, flow and hit the pause button. Get ready to let go of all your BS in the form of your own sweat… We recommend bringing water.

Practice Variance

Want to blare some music in a dimly lit room, get lost in your movement & sweat – then slow down, cool down and feel reeeeeeeal good? This is your class! We’ll heat up with a flow followed by slow, relaxing and releasing postures & music.

Practice Focus

In a world where we are measured by productivity and the ability to multi-task, it seems counterproductive to be still and calm the mind, however it might be the best you can possibly do for yourself. Meditation has been proven to increase focus, reduce stress, increase compassion and mental clarity. You will be guided through a meditation to calm and still the mind leaving you refreshed and energized.

Practice High Vibes & Good Times

Have a love for hip hop, gangster rap AND yoga? You’ve found your tribe. Join us for sweet beats and a sweaty flow. The class pace is quick and heated, but take a deep sigh of relief- no dancing skills required. NamaSLAY.

Practice Saluting the Sun

Waking up is hard to do… except when you know the room will be warm, the flow inviting, and the atmosphere chill yet vibrant enough to get your day started. Expect to start your day warm, stretched, strong, balanced, focused and happy!

Practice Seeking

Part philosophy, part asana, part meditation, part pranayama. Expect a full soul cleansing and an in depth practice of at least 4 of the 8 limbs of the yogic path.