Cape Coral yoga classes



Bikram Yoga is a beginning sequence of Gosh lineage therapeutic postures.  A series of 26 postures and 2 breathing exercises--scientifically designed to help build your strength and maintaining health and balance in your body, mind, and spirit. In this series of twenty-six postures, it works the entire body from the inside out and is suitable for all ages and levels of ability. If you are new to hot yoga, Bikram is a great way to start. Heated 100-105 degrees. 



This is a slow and deep, yet gentle practice. Yin Yoga is done primarily on the floor. Poses are held for longer periods of time, allowing gravity to open and stretch joints and muscles. This type of yoga heals and prevents injuries with a strong focus on hips, lower spine, ligaments, and bones. 

No Heat



Feel more comfortable in your yoga practice! This class introduces the foundation of yoga and is designed for those newer to yoga or anyone wanting detailed instruction/cues for basic Hatha postures (asanas). You will learn breathing techniques, how to modify poses, and how to use props to suit your body's needs. This class moves at a slower pace than other classes. Expect to be challenged both mentally and physically & leave class confident in your yoga practice. Class offered every Monday evening.



It's a little more than yin and a little less than a hot flow class. We've got the heat turned down for this meditative flow that incorporates steady breath, longer holds of each posture, and easy transitions between the postures. Great place for students just dipping their toes in the yoga water! 

Not Heated.



A continuous flow of movement linked with breath, incorporating core, balance, strength and flexibility. Options for inversions and arm balances included, but you do not need to be able to do these slightly advanced postures. This class will be challenging, ideal for the intermediate student and you will leave focused, energized and open.  Intermediate but all levels welcome. 

Warm room 80 degrees.



Pull out your yoga mat and get ready to do a series of movements that will stabilize and strengthen your core. The exercises are usually done in a specific order, one right after another. The movements have names, like "The 100," "Criss-Cross," the "Elephant," and the “Swan.” PIilates classes typically take 45 minutes to an hour, but you can do fewer moves in less time. 

Not Heated

Pilates Fusion


n Pilates, the focus is on the core and the goal is precision of movement. We focus on exercises that promote core stability, neutral alignment, and posture. As a result, Pilates develops long lean muscle that aids in strength, flexibility, and endurance without risking injury or building bulk. This class is so much fun, we laugh, joke and feel our abs together.

Props in some classes, such a band, towel, ball, and the circle. 



The Gentle class includes yoga postures, breathwork and meditation in combination to soothe the nervous system and create a state of peace. The class focuses on stress relief, relaxation, improved flexibility, and full body strengthening. Gentle yoga is open to and recommended for all levels. The slower pace is great for beginner, intermediate, and advanced students who wish to experience the deeper spaces of awareness in your life and body.