Restorative Yoga & Sound Bath Healing

Restorative Yoga & Sound Bath Healing

Make time for self care with a little restorative yoga. You will be led through a series of poses in which the bod is completely supported by props (blankets, bolsters, blocks; or whatever you have at home!) and held for 5-15 minutes to promote relaxation. Prepare to sleep like a baby after this class.

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Restorative Yoga & Sound Bath Healing
  • Restorative Practice - 20 min - Libby N.

    Take time to center and ground with Libby in this 20-minute restorative practice.

    Props Recommended: Yoga Mat, 3-4 blankets/towels and 2 blocks

  • Singing Bowl Sound Bath - 10 Min - Leah C.

    Take 10 minutes to relax, calm the nervous system and connect to your breath with Leah as she guides us through a 10 minute sound bath. (We invite you to get cozy and turn your volume up to feel the sound).

    Optional Props: Blocks or pillows, eye mask, blanket

  • Gentle Yoga for Spaciousness - 30 min - Libby N.

    Join Libby for a 30-minute rest & reset practice that will leave you feeling refreshed & restored.

  • Heart-Centered Gentle Yoga - 30 min - Libby M.

    Take 30-minutes to soften and open your heart with Libby.

  • Restorative Yoga - 20 min - Bree F.

    Join Bree for 20 minutes of full relaxation - ease your body, ease your mind. Grab a blanket (or towel) and two blocks (or books). Use an eye pillow or eye mask for extra sensory release.

  • Sound Bath Healing - 25 min - Bree F.

    Sounds to help calm the mind and lower anxiety to help prepare for sleep. This offering is kid-friendly, prenatal friendly, and open to everyone. No yoga experience or props are needed to join.

  • Yin for Relaxation - 25 min - Ethan S.

    Join Ethan for 25 minutes of yin postures to promote full-body relaxation.
    PROPS: Blanket (or towel), two blocks (or books)

  • Relaxing Yin - 60 min - Zoe MK.

    Zoe leads us through a sweet Yin class followed by a deeply relaxing savasana. Yin Yoga is a slow-paced style of yoga as exercise, incorporating principles of traditional Chinese medicine, with asanas (postures) that are held for longer periods.


  • Yin: Full Body Release - 60 min - Zoe MK.

    Give yourself the opportunity to marinate in stillness. Allow your body and breath awareness to come to the forefront and let all of your deadlines and to-do lists fade away.


  • Some Like It Slow - 30 min - Ethan S.

    Take 30 minutes to ease into your practice with Ethan S. Perfect for the early morning or evening before bed.