Class Descriptions

Aerial Yoga

Utilizing an aerial yoga hammock, prepare to work your core and stabilizer muscles in a whole new way! Class will involve variations of traditional yoga postures in and out of the  hammock, focusing on unique transitions and building foundational skills for using the apparatus. Please email us to schedule.

Ballet Fit

The perfect blend of classical ballet positioning, pilates, and yoga. This class will improve flexibility, coordination, body awareness, and alignment. We take out the barre, as moves will be performed supine, lying on one side, seated, or standing.


Move’s signature class. Focusing on linking breath with movements, class incorporates interesting transitions to keep you challenged while targeting muscles in your entire body. Described as “just the right amount of ass-kicking,” expect a full comprehensive workout. Get your sweat on.


Through a focus on cueing and alignment, this class is the perfect start for beginners or those new to yoga. This class will focus on the mind body connection, integrating both breath and movement.


Light the fire within! This class combines high intensity interval workouts with yoga postures. Get ready to get your heart rate up, build strength, and get out of your head and listen to your body!

Mindful MOVEment


In conjunction with the Lowcountry Autism Foundation, classes are  designed for parents of special needs children. With a focus on self care, breathing techniques, and slow flow movements, these classes work on creating a community of support. *Note: These classes are not open to the public. If you are interested in attending, please contact the studio directly. 


The best of both worlds. Half flow, half static stretching, this class will target a specific part of the body. Think longer holds, deeper stretches, amazing feelings. These go together like yin and yang, salt and pepper, tacos and margaritas.


This class connects breath work and movement to provide release of the deep muscles and create a sense of intense relaxation. The longer, passive holds work to stretch the connective tissue surrounding the joints.