In Tribe Yoga, we offer a variety of classes, and a well-rounded approach to mental, spiritual, and physical practice.
Practicing yoga and meditation on regular bases will help you feel more connected to your true self, more confident and in touch with your own body
and mind. You will feel happier and more content and as a result, you will begin
to make better health and wellness choices. You will feel vibrant and alive in your body and mind, finding contentment and happiness in your life.
Begin your journey with us!
Ashtanga-Vinyasa / Power Yoga
Step into the world of invigorating Ashtanga-Vinyasa / Power Yoga, where ancient wisdom converges with contemporary fitness. Immerse yourself in the transformative potential of this dynamic practice, carefully crafted to synchronize body and mind. Our instructors are here to lead you through a sequence of empowering poses, seamlessly intertwined with mindful breathing. This fusion ignites strength, enhances flexibility, and cultivates unwavering focus. Our classes accommodate all levels with adaptable variations.
In this class, postures are practiced to align, strengthen and promote flexibility in the body. Breathing techniques and meditation are also integrated. You can expect an emphasis on simplicity, repetition, and ease of movement.
Full-body relaxation and balance are the goals, as we make a full circuit of the body’s range of motion with standing postures, twists, backbends, forward folds, and hip openers.
Practicing Hatha yoga regularly helps in reducing anxiety and lowers stress levels.
Vinyasa ( translates to “flowing with breath”) is a dynamic style of Hatha yoga that joins physical postures, or asanas, with inhales and exhales, creating a steady internal rhythm for the practice.
Our Flow classes are designed to cultivate heat in the body with creative sequences involving sun salutations, standing and seated postures, back bending, arm balancing, and a strong focus on the power of breath awareness.
Vinyasa Flows are a great way to improve your strength, muscle tone, and endurance. as it combines stretching, strengthening, balance, and Ujjayi breathing. Instead of pausing between poses as you would in more traditional yoga styles, each pose flows into the next, making it an intense workout.
In a Vinyasa Flow class, you will build strength, flexibility, and fitness as you learn to move mindfully and with intention.
Are you experiencing discomfort in your neck, arms, or shoulders? Our Yoga therapy sessions are designed to alleviate the pain associated with conditions such as Cervical Spondylosis, Osteophytes, Loss of Curvature, Neck and Shoulder Stiffness, Frozen Shoulder, Radiculopathy, nerve pinching, and even slip discs. With our expertise, we can navigate the intricacies of these conditions and tailor our therapies to your unique requirements.
Yoga therapy can also provide relief for Lumbar Spondylitis, Facet Joint Arthropathy, Sacroiliitis, Slip Discs, Performis Syndrome, nerve pinching, and other related complexities. Our goal is to alleviate your pain and improve your overall well-being, helping you regain your quality of life.
Breath is a dynamic bridge between the body and mind. Pranayama is the art of prolongation and control of breath helps in bringing conscious awareness to breathing and reshaping breathing habits and patterns.
In these classes, you will be practicing pranayama exercises that will help in clearing physical and emotional blocks or obstacles in the body so that the breath, and prana, can flow freely. It uses the breath to direct and expand the flow of prana through energy channels in our bodies – called the nadis.
While attention to the breath is a central part of any yoga practice, Pranayama involves specific breathing exercises that can either be practiced on their own or as part of a Hatha yoga (physical yoga) practice.
Yoga nidra involves slowing down and chilling out.
“Yoga nidra is like meditation, but yet it’s not,” With yoga nidra, you are lying down and the goal is to move into a deep state of conscious awareness sleep, which is a deeper state of relaxation with awareness. This state involves moving from consciousness while awake to dreaming and then to not-dreaming while remaining awake — going past the unconscious to the conscious. this practice is guided like some meditation practices, but it’s very structured.
With meditation, you’re sitting and in a waking state of consciousness while focusing the mind and allowing thoughts to come and go. Meditation makes it possible for us to get to the theta state — the state we go through to get to the delta state, which is the place of the deepest sleep cycle. The delta state is a deep healing state. That’s where we’re trying to get through yoga nidra. In this state, the body and mind rest and the consciousness is awake.
Restorative yoga allows us to relearn the art of relaxation while developing the skills and abilities to self-soothe. It enhances our healing capacity
through helping us regulate the stress response and re-balance the nervous system.
In a restorative yoga practice, the focus is not on stretching or strengthening but on releasing. We release tension in the muscles and gently
stimulate the organs through long-held poses designed to support and comfort. To achieve comfort a variety of props such as blankets, blocks,
bolsters, sandbags, and eye pillows may be used.
Restorative yoga can help us reconnect with our Parasympathetic Nervous System and strengthen our ability to move between states of stress
and rest with more ease. By helping us learn to relax, restorative yoga can also reduce the production of stress hormones (cortisol and adrenaline), improve the function of our immune system, reduce muscle tension, help with insomnia, and so many other vital benefits.
Meditation, as a spiritual practice, is about working with the mind and training its awareness. Simply working with the mind leads to an improved sense of presence, calmness, attentiveness, and an increase in valued human qualities such as empathy and patience. The sense of peace and balance that you will get from these classes will benefit both your emotional well-being and your overall health. You can also use it to relax and cope with stress by refocusing your attention on something calming. It can help you learn to stay centered and keep inner peace.
Sound healing is a form of healing that uses different vibrations to heal the body, mind, and spirit.
The sound of Tibetan singing bowls harmonizes and allows deep relaxation of both sides of the brain. It stimulates stress relief on all levels and the elimination of toxins from the body.
Besides meditation, Tibetan singing bowls are used for deep relaxation and muscle regeneration, to relieve pain, improve circulation, release tensions or blockages, open the energy flow, and eliminate toxins from the body.
Types of sound healing classes we have are:
Group sessions, are commonly called “Soundbaths.” During a group experience, many instruments are played to bring a sense of relaxation, meditation, and wellness to the group.
Private sessions, in which you will be guided through easy breath work after which you will be immersed in a beautiful rich medley of sounds.
Enjoy the feelings of rejuvenation and steadiness that arise from a Yin Yoga practice as you slow down, move from noise to silence, from agitation to calm, and from complexity to simplicity. This practice integrates the ancient Yoga teachings with Meridian Theory as taught in Chinese Medicine. Engage the body’s natural healing power as you actively nourish and harmonize the body's vital life force or chi. As the whole body rests and opens with long-held poses, the natural healing power of chi is used to rejuvenate and repair the area of focus.