Class Descriptions

All of our classes are led in an accessible and open format. You can see our prices and buy class passes online on our Prices page. Also, be sure to check our Studio Tips to help you get started, and even complete an online waiver before arriving to the studio.

If you are new to yoga and Jai Rhythm, we recommend taking a Roots class to get started and reading our New Students page. All of our classes are heated with the exception of Ashtanga since this practice generates so much heat by itself.

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A beginner-friendly, foundation class focused on the fundamental principles of yoga with a slower pace, longer holds, proper breathing, and attention to alignment of the poses. Roots is an excellent beginner’s class, great either to start or refine your regular yoga practice.


An accessible all-levels class featuring a flow style of yoga(vinyasa) that emphasizes linking breath with movement while moving through creative sequences and groovy jams designed to energize and empower.


A powerful and deeper practice that focuses on strong standing poses, arm balances and inversions. Come prepared to work hard, sweat, and have a great time.


A powerful combination of flow and restorative yoga that is both relaxing and deeply nourishing. This beginner-friendly, all-levels practice features calming sequences designed to help you unwind stress and soothe your mind. The perfect complement to our other offerings.

Ashtanga Led

Ashtanga Primary Series, also known as Yoga Chikitsa (Yoga Therapy). This class refers to the full primary series of the ashtanga system that is led by an instructor walking you through the sequence. This flowing, set sequence of postures utilizes steady breathing, vinyasa and dristhi (looking place) to increase muscular strength, flexibility and concentration while working to purify the body, nervous system and mind.

Ashtanga Yoga is an ancient system of Yoga that was taught by Vamana Rishi in the Yoga Korunta. This text was imparted to Sri T. Krishnamacharya in the early 1900′s by his Guru Rama Mohan Brahmachari, and was later passed down to Pattabhi Jois during the duration of his studies with Krishnamacharya, beginning in 1927.  This is the method taught today.  For more info:

Ashtanga Mysore

This is the same practice as above, Ashtanga Primary Series, however it is done in a self-led format. Students begin their practice on their own, move through the Primary Series at their own pace under their own direction. The teacher assists the students at various points in their practice where they need attention and help. This is an extraordinarily powerful way to deepen your yoga practice and learn tremendous knowledge about yourself. A general understanding of the Ashtanga Primary Series is suggested, but not required as you can learn as you go.

Soul Surfer

Show up with an open mind and ready to flow to your edge. A fun and invigorating all levels class that features a blend of yogic wisdom and philosophy connected to dynamic asana(posture) sequences and inspiring grooves presented in waves of vinyasa(movement and breath), with each wave guiding you closer to your heart and soul. Learn to balance power and softness in your practice with compassion, pause in the stillness of the flow, and embody wisdom in motion. You’ll laugh, sweat and walk away feeling lighter, energized and awake.

Pranic Soul

Prepare to open your heart, soar with grace, and smile while flowing with love.  Let the spirit move you, and have fun rocking your Sadhana in your own divine way.  Sadhana means spiritual exertion towards an intended goal.  The goal of Sadhana is to attain some level of spiritual realization, and this practice can involve meditation, chanting, and all around joy or bliss, as we come together and share. Pranic Soul will awaken our deepest connection to the source and renew the Prana Shakti (the life force) within each and everyone of us.

“Reverence is not an emotion. It is a way of being, but the path to reverence is through your heart, and only an awareness of your feelings can open your heart.”  - Gary Zukav