All of these inter-disciplinary wellness sessions are inclusive. What that means is that these classes are for all body types, spiritual and dietary choices. We don’t focus on the aesthetics of a yoga pose. Instead, we care about empowering you to begin listening to your mind-body from the inside-out. Each and every one of your bodies are unique, so we focus on working together to see life as it is without judgement or comparison. 



Based on Ashtanga Yoga, this is not a fast-paced flow. This style also does not have as many Vinyasas or Chaturangas as an Ashtanga or Dynamic Vinyasa Flow session. Instead of repetitive motion that can mess with your joints, Power Yoga works on awakening all the other muscles in your body equally, regardless of what skill level you currently have. We work with proper exercise science to introduce progressive movements that lead up to the most commonly taught poses in studios.

With at least 5 breaths per pose, the focus is not on “getting it right”. Instead, the focus is on owning your power the entire time on the mat. Whether you choose to rest in Childs Pose or contract every single muscle in a given moment, it is all by your own design. Regardless of what the person next to you is doing, there’s no judgement. This is truly a Meditation in slow Motion



Props can be the funnest thing to integrate into our asana practice! Yoga Recess explores the concept of interactive play by utilizing yoga blocks, resistance bands, squishy balls and who-knows-what.  This class embraces full usage of the props for creativity and innovation. They’re intended to provide tactile feedback to your body so you can personally feel the sensations that arise when you’re exploring a given yoga pose. Sometimes, they’re even better than relying on just our bodies on the mats alone.


Stability and Useful Strength

Since a typical yoga session involves a lot of pushing and macro-movements (i.e. Plank, Chaturanga, the Warrior poses, etc), my Yoga Tune-Up sessions balance them out with pulling and micro-movements. Controlled movements to this degree help you understand your body on a whole different level. I learned so much more about how my habitual patterns of movement…so much more than what I learned in over 10 years of Yoga alone.  You’ll never feel the same way in Warrior II or Crow Pose again!


(Low-Impact/High-Intensity Interval Training)

In my experience with health and fitness, HIIT (High-Impact Interval Training) helped strengthen my cardio and gain energy, while Yoga helped to develop focus and a shift towards a more peaceful mindset. The thing is, one doesn’t replace the other. As you can tell from this itinerary, this retreat is all about keeping a Balanced and Well-Rounded lifestyle.

With HIIT, you’ll work up such a solid sweat! However, it involves so much jumping that your joints can take a beating.
With LIIT (Low-Impact Interval Training) is much easier on them, but is just as aerobic.
With Rogue Yogi LIIT, we get to maintain the mindfulness, the yoga, and keep our hearts healthy.



Yoga Nidra means “Yogic Sleep”, but you aren’t completely asleep for this 60-minute sesh. You’re brought to state of relaxation, and your consciousness weaves between being alert and being in a dream. With my voice guiding you through at least 60 points on your body, you are resting in the most comfortable version of Savasana ever. While most of my students worry that 60 minutes is a long-ass time, the moment we wrap it up, they’re surprised it went by so fast.



Restorative Yoga is perfect for those days when you’re tired AF (especially after getting off of a long flight to Bali). It encourages you to take it easy while touching upon the various parts of your body. 
This type of practice is highly recommended for women when you’re on your period.
It’s also a solid way to handle moments when you’re sick, feeling tired or your body’s simply telling you to take it easy.