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Class Types

A variety of classes designed to help you boost your
energy and reduce excess stress.

A Yoga Class for Everyone

If you want to move, we’ve got something for you.

Power Flow

Power Flow is a vigorous flow practice that includes strength building and deep stretching with an emphasis on a motivational teaching style.

Yoga Flow

Yoga Flow is a dynamic vinyasa-style asana (posture) class focused on developing mind-body awareness through intentional linking of movement and pranayama (breath regulation).

Flow + Restore

Flow + Restore is a vinyasa-style flow that ends with relaxing yoga postures (usually either Yin or restorative).

Slow Flow

Slow Flow is a mindful vinyasa-style class focusing on posture alignment, breath, and intention.

Yoga Align

Yoga Align is an alignment-focused class based on the fundamentals of Hatha Yoga.

Foundations Yoga

Foundations Yoga emphasizes the principles and foundations of yoga asana (posture) and pranayama (breath regulation)—ideal for beginners and refreshers.

Yin Yoga

Yin Yoga offers long held postures, intentional breath, and deep stretches to facilitate internal focus and activate the parasympathetic nervous system (rest + digest response).

Gentle Stretch + Sound Bath

Gentle Stretch + Sound Bath begins with a few gentle stretches and breathwork before finding stillness and dropping into a deep meditative sound healing experience.

Restorative Yoga

Restorative Yoga is a meditative form of yoga, inviting deeper focus on the breath while the body is supported with props in long held yoga asanas (poses).

Queer + Trans Yoga

Queer + Trans Yoga is a slow, intentional vinyasa-style class for LGBTQIA+ folks and friends to find respite, realness, and community.

Prenatal Yoga

Prenatal Yoga is a mindful practice that includes gentle yoga asana (postures) and breathing exercises to support the process of pregnancy at any stage. **As a minimum requirement to teach this class, your teacher has successfully completed both a 200-hour yoga teacher training and an 85-hour prenatal yoga training, and is a registered prenatal yoga teacher (RPYT) with Yoga Alliance®.

Postnatal Yoga

Postnatal Yoga is a mindful asana (posture) practice to relieve common physical, mental and energetic discomforts at the postpartum stage. **As a minimum requirement to teach this class, your teacher has successfully completed both a 200-hour yoga teacher training and an 85-hour prenatal yoga training, and is a registered prenatal yoga teacher (RPYT) with Yoga Alliance®.

Ageless Yoga

Ageless Yoga is specifically geared towards supporting students with limitations in mobility, balance, flexibility, and strength.

Yoga Sculpt

Yoga Sculpt combines asana (poses) with strength training in an upbeat setting.

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

The best way to know if a Folk yoga or movement class is right for you is to give it a try! We have created a scale of intensity designed to help guide you through this process. You can also reach out to us via hello@folksf.com with any additional questions you may have, or stop by a studio to say hello!

What to wear to yoga and movement classes is completely up to you! Wear something comfortable that will allow you to experience a full range of movement. Breathable, flexible bottoms and a sports top that offers enough support for the class type you’re participating in. We also recommend bringing water and a small towel for those sweaty sessions!

Not at this time. While we hope to bring all types of yoga and movement classes to all 7 Folk studios in the near future, you can find the class type your body is craving here.

The class sizes at Folk depend on the studio, time of day, and class type. On average class attendance is around 20 people.

We love new students! Folk yoga and movement classes are great for students who are moving in a new way for the first time, those getting in touch with their body’s movement for the first time, and anyone coming back to movement after injury.