Class Descriptions


We offer a perfect blend of traditional Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga and IY’s unique Specialty Classes, designed to help you explore and deepen your yoga experience. Ashtanga Vinyasa is a dynamic form of authentic yoga that produces a strong, lean and flexible body and brings clarity and calmness to the mind. IY’s Specialty Classes are designed to complement our traditional classes and help you advance in your yoga practice.

If you are new to IY stop by our free class TriYoga on Sunday’s at noon. Get your questions answered and receive 3 classes for the price of a single drop-in (new students only, SD residents).

For more info about Infinite Yoga check out our Roots.

Foundation (Level 1 – 2)

Create strength, flexibility, balance and longevity in your Ashtanga practice with a solid Foundation. Learn detailed alignment in postures and proper breathing (Ujjayi) in this fun, informative and entertaining class. New students will learn the basics while building stamina and muscular endurance. Recommended for all new students to Infinite, this class is suitable for expectant mothers, those working with injuries and those wanting a slower paced format. A class you can begin with and return to – all levels can benefit. Ashtanga based, Iyengar inspired.

Improv (Level 3 – 4)

Dana’s strong, focused, flowing vinyasa practice with in-depth theme (arm balancing, hip-opening, backbending…). Intelligently sequenced, deeper breath and multiple preps allow you to move beyond boundaries taking you to new levels in your practice. Ashtanga-based, Forrest Yoga inspired.

Ashtanga Vinyasa (All Levels)

Practice 70% of the dynamic Ashtanga Vinyasa Primary (1st) series (see Ashtanga Vinyasa Level 3/4) in this moderate-tempo, traditional class. Strengthen and detoxify your body. You’ll learn “jump-throughs” & “jump-backs” and the precise rhythm of breath preparing you for the Level 3 – 4 class. All Levels welcome.

Ashtanga Vinyasa (Level 3 – 4)

Ashtanga Vinyasa Primary (1st) Series as taught by the late Sri K Pattabhi Jois in Mysore, India. The series produces a deep internal heat that detoxifies, improves digestion, increases stamina, strength and flexibility while bringing mental clarity and focus. Taught mostly in Sanskrit with very little demonstration. Please attend Ashtanga Vinyasa All Levels or Mysore before attempting this powerful class.

Mysore (All Levels)

Experience Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga the way it is taught in Mysore, India. Open practice, with a convenient time frame where students can arrive anytime during the times listed. Mysore is a highly personalized approach where the teacher assists you step-by step, posture by posture. You move at your own pace, to the rhythm of your own breath, in a quiet environment. Our highly experienced Mysore teachers (Trevor & Lauren) assist you in the form of hands on adjustments to guide your body into precise alignment of each pose. This class develops self-discipline and mental focus. Suitable for expectant mothers and those working with injuries (please tell teacher in advance). New to Mysore? Intro to Mysore Workshop here

Cycle2Yoga (All Levels)

Friday nights sweat out your work week and get ready for the weekend. Begin with a 30 min fun, calorie-torching spin class at CycleOM followed by 45 mins of flowing vinyasa, strengthening backbends and complete the week with Restorative Yoga. Bring mat, water bottle and “SPD”cycling shoes or sneakers. All IY-cards are welcome for this class. Here’s how to reserve a bike. More info on the benefits of yoga & indoor cycling here

Cycle2Core (All Levels)

Improve your yoga endurance & strength, improve handstands & backbends, alleviate back issues, plus have fun! 30 min CycleOM indoor cycling combined with 30 min hard-core abdominal exercises, back strengtheners & a deep stretch. Improve endurance, core strength and backbending. Bring mat, water bottle and “SPD”cycling shoes or sneakers. All IY-cards except monthly memberships are welcome for this class. Here’s how to reserve a bike. More info on the benefits of yoga & indoor cycling here