Yoga is at its best when you find a class that fits with your style and level. MOSAIC yoga classes in San Diego range from beginning through advanced, and combine different options for intensity of heat. Whether you’re a yoga newbie or a die-hard yogi, come explore with us by checking out our yoga class descriptions, our recommendations for getting started or by just dropping in and taking a yoga class!
*Heat is set to the temperatures listed below. This temperature can fluctuate based upon the season, number of practitioners and pose selection for any given class. Our instructors will always do their best to keep the temperature close to that which is listed.
MOSAIC Yoga 1
MOSAIC Yoga 1 is our entry-level yoga class, and is an excellent place to start for those that are brand-new to yoga or for those wanting to revisit the foundational principles of their practice. This slow moving, Hatha yoga class will help you relax, rejuvenate and awaken.
MOSAIC Yoga 2
heat set at 80º
MOSAIC Yoga 2 is an excellent choice for intermediate yoga practitioners as it combines breath and meditation with yoga poses in a slow-flowing sequence. Integrating outward movement and inner awakening, this yoga class will help advance your practice and foster a balance between flexibility and strength.
MOSAIC Yoga 2-3
heat set at 80º
MOSAIC Yoga 2-3 is an excellent choice for intermediate yoga practitioners AND those looking to explore more poses. It combines the slow-flowing sequence of MOSAIC Yoga Level 2 with options, if you choose, to take the pose deeper. Your instructor will teach a Level 2 class while offering you suggestions on how to make the poses more advanced if you are interested. This yoga class will foster a balance between flexibility and strength.
MOSAIC Yoga 3
heat set at 90º
MOSAIC Yoga 3 is a quick-moving Vinyasas yoga class, focusing on poses that move fluidly from one to another. This yoga class also incorporates more advanced poses and uses a combination of heat and fast-paced movement to balance, detoxify and exhilarate.
heat set at 105º
Hot Yoga is a Hatha style yoga class comprised of 26 posture series performed in a precise order, set to music, in a room heated to approximately 105 degrees. The focus is on toning muscles, promoting weight loss, reducing stress and increasing vitality.
Healing Yin Yoga
Healing Yin Yoga is a meditative, gentle yoga class appropriate for all levels, focusing on lengthening the muscles surrounding the hips, pelvis and lower back. Postures are held for 3-5 minutes. In addition to gentle yoga, each class offers the healing potential of subtle energies including Reiki, Light Work and Crystals to compliment your healing intention.
A Restorative practice is a slow and meditative style of yoga that helps to soften our bodies armor and drop into that state of stillness. The postures are usually deeply supported by blankets, blocks or other props and are held for several minutes to help undo the patterns of habit in our bodies. In time and with patience, you will be rewarded with the ability to drop with ease into a place of deep contentment.
Prenatal/Mommy & Me Yoga
Taking care of yourself is essential from pre-conception through the birth, growth and transformation of your baby’s early years. Stretch, breathe and relax with your baby, either in the womb or in your arms, in this gentle, community-building class, where you can connect with other new Moms as you share the journey into parenthood. Practicing yoga helps improve posture, flexibility and emotional well-being, helping to ward off prenatal and postpartum blues. This class is appropriate for the beginner as well as for someone who has been practicing yoga for years.
The FREE Veterans Class is a slow-paced class designed especially for supporting the growth and healing of our military veterans. The purpose of this class is for practitioners to integrate outward movement and inner awakening. By combining yoga asanas (poses) with breath and meditation, one can begin to foster flexibility, relaxation, and self-awareness. This class is a beautiful method to rejuvenate and reinvigorate one’s body. All of the instructors for this class have attended special training on yogasana and its use as a complementary practice for those working with PTSD. We area also happy to welcome any active duty members of the military working with PTSD to attend as well.