At Windsoul Studio, we offer yoga and meditation classes for all ages, abilities and experience levels.

This well-balanced class places emphasis on proper physical alignment in a yoga posture through an understanding of your own unique anatomy. The instructor will guide you through a mindful flow of movement, at times including props, breath-work and meditative practices to increase focus, flexibility, mobility, strength and balance in the body. This class is suitable for beginners and experienced practitioners, as postures will be offered at varying levels to accommodate all physical abilities.
Broga® is a yoga class geared for men, but open to men and women alike. When coming to a Broga® class, its okay if you can’t touch your toes!
Broga® Yoga is a carefully created program combining yoga with fitness and relaxation. Strong, energetic, and challenging, Broga® combines the best core-strengthening muscle toning, cardio-working, stress-reducing, clarity-enhancing yoga postures with high intensity interval training (HIIT) for an amazing workout. You’ll get that pumped-up feeling you get from working out, and a deep flexibility and relaxed feeling from “working in.”
The Mission of Broga® Yoga is to offer men real tools for coping with daily stresses and demands through an accessible yoga-based fitness program taught from a man’s point of view. Broga® is for every “body,” from the beginner yogi to the professional athlete.
This gentler morning flow of postures is will focus on building flexibility, strength and balance while energizing the body. This practice is suitable for all levels and may include seated, kneeling and standing postures. This class will leave you feeling refreshed, energized and ready for your day.
Meditation is one of the most natural ways to clear the mind, calm the body and increase focus. It is the cornerstone of a spiritual practice, offering intuitive experience of higher realities. Meditation also brings balance, rest, and a growing sense of inner peace. Join this class to gently bring yourself to center and allow unwanted thoughts to fade. Energize with positive peaceful light. This class happens the second and last Sunday of each month and is suitable for beginners or those with meditative practice.
This class, lead by Chuck Raffoni, combines his own unique style of Freestyle Hatha Yoga with upbeat music, aromatherapy & candle-light in a light-hearted, and playful setting where we can relax, let go and have some fun wile still honoring the spiritual traditions of Yoga’s long history. This class will get you moving and smiling, and is perfect for all ability levels, including beginners.
This slower-paced yoga flow combines aromatherapy with carefully curated relaxing music and candlelight to help you let go of your day and truly relax. This class often incorporates the use of bolsters, blankets and other props in restorative poses that will help you deepen your sense of peace and calm. Suitable for all levels, including beginners.
This 75-minute candlelight gentle yoga is a wonderful hybrid of Yin and Restorative Yoga.  This practice begins with an extended period of breath-work, relaxation and centering, followed by a slow flow of gentle yoga postures, including the use of props for yin-style deep stretches, held for 2-5 minutes, focused on tension release in the low back, hips and legs. This is then complimented with prop-supported restorative postures for deep physical relaxation and a guided meditation to promote calm and clarity.  A perfect class for beginners or experienced yogis who want to de-stress and enjoy a great night’s sleep!
Vinyasa means “breath-synchronized movement.” In our vinyasa classes, we will flow smoothly from posture to posture, with great focus on movement combined with the power of inhalation and exhalation. This is an intermediate level class that may move at a faster pace and include more strength postures than our gentle and hatha classes. Join this class to re-energize your body and balance your energy.
A blended gentle class that includes yin yoga postures, using bolsters and props to create a deep stretch of the connective tissues, such as the ligaments, bones and joints of the hips, pelvis and lower spine. This slow moving, meditative practice is complimented with a gentle yoga flow designed to balance the energy and leave you feeling renewed.

The word Yoga comes from the Sanskrit word “Yuj” meaning to yoke, join or unite. Yoga represents the integration of all the amazing aspects of an individual. To bring one’s awareness to their body and to their breath. To unite the physical body with the mind and the mind with the soul. When taught properly, yoga is as much a meditative exercise as it is a physical exercise. It has been an honor to teach an art that guides it’s students through the path of clearing their minds, releasing their stresses and harnessing the power of their body as it unites with the strength of their mind, spirit and the peaceful energy that surrounds them.
Decreased blood pressure – The practice of yoga increases the circulation of blood and oxygen through the body. A regular practice of yoga can decrease the overall blood pressure.
Slower pulse rate – Regular yoga practice strengthens the muscle of the heart, which allows it to pump blood more efficiently. A stronger heart requires fewer beats and results in a decreased pulse rate.
Increased blood circulation – Yoga improves blood circulation, transporting nutrients and oxygen throughout your body, yoga practice provides healthier organs, skin, and brain, which has even been known to yield a younger looking complexion.
Respiratory – A lower respiratory rate indicates that the lungs are working more efficiently. Yoga decreases the respiratory rate through a combination of controlled breathing exercises and improved fitness.
Cardiovascular endurance – A pulse rate and improved circulation (both benefits of yoga) results in higher cardiovascular endurance.
Organs – Yoga practice massages internal organs, increasing oxygenation of tissues and removal of toxins. This improves the ability of the body to prevent disease.
Gastrointestinal – Gastrointestinal functions have been shown to improve in both men and women who practice yoga. This can be related to the various twists and bending poses that stimulate the intestinal tract.
Immunity – Yoga practice has frequently been correlated with a stronger immune system, which helps the body to fend off disease.
Pain – Pain tolerance is much higher among those who regularly practice yoga. In addition to pain tolerance, some instances of chronic pain, such as back pain, are lessened or eliminated through yoga.
Metabolism – Having a balanced metabolism assists in maintaining a healthy weight and controlling hunger. Consistent yoga practice helps find the balance to create a more efficient metabolism.
In addition to these health benefits, yoga also provides the following:
• Improved posture
• Increased strength
• Boost in energy
• Weight loss
• Better sleep patterns
• Improved balance
• Increase in core strength
• Body awareness
• Improved sexuality
There are ENDLESS physical benefits of yoga, but we can’t overlook the tremendous emotional benefits it offers. Yoga incorporates physical poses with breathing exercises and meditation. This promotes a healthy connection between the mind, body and spirit, offering some of the following emotional benefits.
• Improvement in mood
• Stress reduction
• Decrease in anxiety
• Relief from depression
• Improved self control
• Increased focus and concentration
• Better memory skills
• Increased sense of calmness
• Self confidence