yoga class

Benefits: Rooted in traditional practices, Mind & Body classes aim to improve your overall health and wellbeing through stretching, focused breathing, relaxation techniques and strengthening movements or poses.

Yoga, Pilates, Tai Chi, meditation and other practices are known to offer opportunities to build on both physical and mental awareness and wellness.

Locations: Juniper Swim & Fitness Center and Larkspur Community Center

Fees & Passes: Multi-facility swim and fitness fees, passes and discounts available.

Note: During inclement weather or poor air quality, be sure to check schedules regularly for possible cancellations or location changes.

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See the Juniper Swim & Fitness Center facility schedule for all classes and activities. Learn more about Yoga and Pilates classes by clicking the descriptions in the calendar below or checking the Class Descriptions tab.

See the Larkspur Community Center facility schedule for all classes and activities.

Baby & Me Yoga Fitness Fusion

Step mindfully back into fitness and into a supportive environment with baby at you side. This class will focus on strategic engagements, core connection, proper alignment, deep stretching and breathwork in order to support your body while you develop newfound strength and harmony.

Barre Body

Conditioning class utilizing small, precisely controlled body movements to challenge, tone and define muscles. Core strength and balance improve as the exercises constantly reinforce proper body alignment and posture.

Chair Yoga

An introduction to yoga using modifications on, or standing behind, chair to increase better balance and strength. Personalized assistance is available as needed. Breath and alignment are emphasized.

Gentle Yoga for Mindfulness

This yoga practice is designed to settle the mind, stretch the body and cultivate relaxation in the moment with meditation, breath work and asanas.

Hatha Yoga

Increase energy, flexibility, strength and stamina while toning and conditioning. Reduces stress and relaxes muscles. For beginner and intermediate levels.


– Mat: Using the fundamentals of Pilates, flow through contemporary series of Pilates and Pilates-inspired mat exercises to develop deep pelvic floor and posture stabilizing muscles.

– Fusion: Focus is on posture, flexibility, balance and strength. All the elements of Mat Pilates with strength work using a variety of weights and props. Prepare to work hard and have fun!

PiYo Live!®

Combines the muscle-sculpting, core-firming benefits of Pilates with the strength and flexibility advantages of yoga. This combo mixed with speed delivers a fat-burning, low-impact workout.

Restorative Flow Yoga

Restorative flow yoga classes begin with a gentle flow and then moves into a passive restorative practice.

Restorative Yoga

Restorative yoga classes move at a much slower, relaxed pace, giving more time to lengthen tired muscles. Focuses on stretches of the hips, shoulders and back. Some offer passive poses and/or meditation.

Stretch & Flex

This class focuses on flexibility and stretching to improve posture and increase joint flexibility. While some of these stretches are Yoga-based, it is not a Yoga class. All levels welcome.

Stretch & Strength

Start your day out right with proper techniques of strength training and stretching. Class uses a variety of equipment with stretching woven throughout the class.

Super Stretch

Flexibility training for the NON-yogi! This class starts by using a variety of balls and rollers to break up myofascial tension and then follows with a science-based stretching protocol to help you increase flexibility in various major muscle groups. Please bring your own yoga mat and a small hand towel.

Tai Chi 8/24 Movement

Slow, circular movements gently exercise muscles and improve range of motion. Relies on internal awareness to generate a feeling of overall health and vitality. Designed for those that want to build on the 8 Movement form of Tai Chi as a bridge to 24 Movement. Both formats are stressed.

Vin/Yin Yoga

Begin your practice with an active Vinyasa Flow then stay for a deep stretching in the Yin portion.

Vinyasa Yoga All Levels

An all levels class. Vinyasa Yoga means continuous flow connecting breath and movement. A flowing form of yoga incorporating: sun salutations, breathing techniques and connecting asanas to create flow in your practice.

Vinyasa Yoga Level 2/3

Take your practice to the next level with this powerful flow class. Practice dynamic postures, move through challenging transitions, and experience the satisfaction of advanced sequencing. This class is designed for intermediate to advanced students with a very solid understanding of basic yoga postures who are becoming comfortable performing more advanced poses and have begun to master connection of breath with movement.

Yin Yoga

Opens the connective tissue in the body using deep, passive poses held for several minutes. This practice challenges your mind to relax as you tether your focus to your breath.

Yoga & Pilates

Techniques and benefits of both disciplines. Yoga will increase flexibility and balance; Pilates increases core strength and lengthens the muscles. Learn to move your body from your powerhouse, your core.

Yoga Fundamentals

Learn to do yoga poses correctly and safely with an emphasis on alignment, proper muscle action and breathing techniques. This class moves at a slow pace and includes the instruction and tools to develop your yoga practice.

Class Etiquette

In group exercise, like all social settings, common courtesy calls for sensitivity to others. Please follow these etiquette guidelines when participating in group exercise classes.

  • New to class? Arrive early and introduce yourself to the instructor, and let them know if you need any modifications.
  • Respect the instructor, and other participants, by arriving on time to get the most out of the class and warm up, and plan on participating to the best of your ability and staying through the cooldown/stretch. Modify moves as needed. If you’re looking to do your own workout, visit our studios during Workout on Your Own hours.
  • Be respectful to all by keeping conversations to a minimum. If you’re looking to socialize throughout class, please visit our studios/pools during Workout on Your Own times.
  • Participants should be clean and free of scents or perfumes.
  • Glass is prohibited in all facilities and parks.
  • Water or sports drinks must be in containers with lids.
  • Silence cell phones.
  • Exercise clothing should be clean, comfortable, and provide appropriate coverage.
  • Please ask a receptionist for help from a Facility Shift Lead if you are having an issue with another patron.
  • The safest place to secure your belongings is locked in one of our lockers.
  • For classes that have size limitations, only sign-in for yourself. You must be present at the start of class or your spot will be relinquished to the next person on the waiting list.

Check with your physician before beginning any exercise program. If you have any medical considerations (recent surgeries, knee, neck or back problems, etc.), be sure to inform your teacher beforehand. Please note that instructors may use both physical assists as well as verbal cues to help students attain proper form, alignment and position. Please notify the instructor before class begins if you do not want to be touched. You are encouraged to bring and drink water throughout your workout. Thank you for attending and enjoy your workout!