Class Descriptions


YOD stands for Your Own Determination. These classes begin with traditional yoga postures, then move into twelve minutes of high intensity interval training (complete with high energy music!), and cool down with restorative yoga postures. Great for those who want to get their heart rate up and feel invigorated. 


These Sunday afternoon sessions are the chill version of our ‘Music + Flow’ classes. Easy going tunes alongside an all levels flow help wind down the weekend and set a relaxed vibe for the week ahead. 


ALL LEVELS FLOW focuses on building vitality, equanimity, and stability, while also offering restoration and rejuvenation. These are majority of our classes on the schedule and are suitable for everyone, regardless of ability, experience, age, or limitations.


SLOW FLOW uses unique sequencing, low lighting, intentional movement, and ambient music to create a relaxing and restorative experience. These classes are a good fit for those newer to the practice, returning from having an injury/ medical procedure, or simply enjoy a more leisurely pace. 


These virtual weekday classes can be done anywhere and are user-friendly at fifteen minutes long. Each instructor will explain how to sit comfortably and sustainably before leading the class. Various techniques, themes, and topics will be offered to anchor the meditation. 


MUSIC + FLOW playfully crafts thematic playlists to complement the asana practice, bringing students one of our most high energy, popular experiences at Indigo.


This one hour class focuses on the 'how' and 'why' of our most core poses, giving you a better understanding of (or a refresher on) your alignment, as well as ways to tailor your practice to fit your needs. Ideal for beginners. 


Yoga nidra, or "yogic sleep," is a deep relaxation technique and a form of meditation.

The practitioner turns their awareness inward by listening to a set of instructions; much like a guided meditation. Performing yoga nidra involves lying in savasana while practicing pratyahara (withdrawal of the senses), which is the fifth limb of yoga.

Please bring a yoga mat, bolster or hard pillow, regular pillow and a blanket.