New To Yoga?

First time taking a yoga class? 
Sunlight is here to guide the way and we’re glad to be apart of your yoga journey! 

What should you bring to class?

• Yoga Mat
• Water 
• Sweat Towel 

What are the class levels? 

Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced 

How do you sign up for classes?

We offer two options to pre register for classes online

• Option One:
Click on the schedule for your preferred location 
Sign up making an account on our website using your e-mail or Facebook
Fill out the required information and sign the online waiver

• Option Two:
Download the free Mindbody App and create an account 
Fill out the required information and sign the online waiver

Which classes should you take as a beginner?

We offer several classes that are a great place for your practice to begin and grow. 

Yoga Fundamentals
This class is designed as an introduction to the practice of yoga. Class is slower paced than an all-levels class, and focused on developing clear and safe alignment in foundational poses. Come to learn, play, and maybe even break a sweat in a supportive environment. You don’t need to be able to touch your toes; you just have to be willing to try. 

Hips & Heart
An ALL LEVELS Hatha flow. Holding postures for a little more than a few breaths. Focusing on hip openers and heart openers. Working into connective tissue, exposing the heart in various backbends, working with breath and sinking into a sweet savasana. 

Restorative yoga is the use of props to support the body in positions of ease and comfort to facilitate relaxation and health. It is a practice of deliberate stillness and requires no muscular effort. In this class, we will settle into some supported floor poses (gentle twists, supported forward folds and back bends, slight/supported inversions, and different versions of Savasana) for intervals of about 5-20 minutes while releasing tension, gently breathing, and allowing gravity to draw us towards the steadiness of the earth underneath. Restorative yoga poses manipulate our nervous system in such a way that reduces the influence of our activating systems (sympathetic) and increases the efforts of our quieting systems (parasympathetic) so that we may take rest.

We welcome you to join any of our classes!
Sunlight’s teachers will offer modified versions of postures or prep poses