Seattle Yoga Lounge is a heated Vinyasa studio most of our classes are vinyasa based with a focus on breath and flow. 

πŸ”₯ Warm 90ΒΊ   πŸ”₯πŸ”₯Heated 95ΒΊ  πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯Hot 100ΒΊ

Vinyasa Foundations πŸ”₯

Vinyasa Foundations is a level 1 vinyasa class that introduces foundational yoga postures, how to breath, and helps you feel more comfortable in a yoga practice. This class moves at a slower pace than our Power Vinyasa classes but expect to be challenged both mentally and physically; the temperature of class is 90ΒΊ

Come in and energize your body as you stretch and strengthen all of the major muscle groups in a sun salutations inspired class.

Level 1 class is a warm class

Power Vinyasa πŸ”₯πŸ”₯ 

Power Yoga takes its inspiration and roots from Ashtanga Yoga. This style relies much more on the synchronization of breath and movement to produce beautiful, flowing patterns of motion and energy.

Power Flow techniques tend to be more vigorous than Slow Flow and we generally recommend that practitioners are capable of enduring a higher rate of physical activity and heat in their classes. 
With a foundation in Sun Salutations, Power Flow is often considered the β€œmost athletic style” of yoga and attracts such clientele. At first, it’s all about seeking the workout; but, by the end of class, not only has the body slowed and calmed itself, but so has the breath, heart, and mind.

Power Vinyasa is a heated class

Slow Flow πŸ”₯πŸ”₯

Slow Flow offers poses that range from gentle to challenging; done with stable, self-centering energy. The pace of these classes are understandably slower, with emphasis placed on safe alignment and the maintenance of slow breath.

This style can vary tremendously in its speed; with some classes preferring long, silent periods of reflection and static holding of poses and others opting for a more fluid experience (with possible frequent bursts of energetic sequencing to raise energy). The toned-down speed of these classes does not, however, mean that the poses are any less beneficial for building strength, stability, and postural integrity than other styles.

This slower pace is more conducive to the meditative practices of mindfulness in action and awareness of breathing. This makes it particularly well-suited to newer students, or for those who desire deep concentration within their practice.

Slow Flow is a heated class

Power Yin πŸ”₯

An hour long class split between the active, power vinyasa flow and the calming meditative yin yoga. Designed with you in mind. The intention behind this class is to warm your muscles through the heat- building vinyasa flow, allowing space for your mind and body to settle into the depth of the yin practice. Yin poses are typically held 3-5 minutes to access deeper layers of connective tissue and fascia.

Power Yin is a heated class

Happy Hour Power πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯

A high energy power vinyasa class, complimented with a vigorous flow and lively music. This class is guaranteed to make you sweat, keep you moving and take your mind off your busy day. Please join us for Kombucha on tap after class.

Happy Hour Power is a hot class

Hatha πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯

The series of 26 postures and two breathing exercises will help realign your body. The dynamic, ever changing postures are completed in a specific order, suitable for all levels and adapted from the original 84 Hatha Yoga postures. Every posture prepares you for the next; every following posture gains from the previous. The practice will strengthen and energize your body and mind, center and soothe your soul, and improve overall wellness on a cellular level!

Hatha is a hot class

Restorative Yoga 🌈 πŸ¦„

This practice emphasizes gentle postures and overall relaxation in an effort to recharge your body and calm your nervous system. Restorative yoga provides an excellent complement to the rigor of Power Vinyasa. Using supportive props and longer holds, we will invite the body to relax more fully and release all unnecessary tension stored in the physical, emotional and energetic bodies. This class culminates with a 15 minute Savasana to allow the benefits of the practice to fully integrate.

Restorative Yoga is a warm class