Classes

All of our classes can be found in the diagram below. We’ve grouped the most similar styles on the same branches – so if you’re familiar with one or two names, you’ll have a good idea of how the other classes on those branches will go. If you’re unsure as to which class styles to try, please reach out and we’d be more than happy to discuss our classes with you in further detail.

Private Classes
38°C | 38% Humidity | A hybrid class that follows a similar structure of the 26&2 class, but incorporates postures often found in the ‘Flow’ classes (Vinyasa, Ashtanga, etc). Slightly less hot than 26&2, this class is a great bridge between the sequence of 26&2 and complimentary postures from the other styles.
40°C | 40% Humidity | Considered the ‘Traditional Hot’ class or ‘Bikram’ class, the sequence for this class is very structured – you do the same 26 postures in the exact same order every time. Very low impact, this class is great for anyone struggling with injuries or wants to move slower than the ‘Flow’ classes. It’s considered an all-levels class due to the simple transitions, and the focus on healing the body from the inside out. This class is challenging, but incredibly rewarding.
Variable Temp and Humidity | ‘Yang/Yin’ classes are combination classes that take one of our ‘Active’ offerings, such as Fusion, Grounding, Ashtanga, etc. and pair it with our ‘Passive’ Yin practice. A great way to get the benefits of a good, active, sweaty class, with the relaxing enjoyment of the slower moving Yin. When on the schedule, the name of the active class will come first. ie. ‘Fusion Yang/Yin’ or ‘Ashtanga Yang/Yin’.
36°C | 36% Humidity | An invigorating practice that will challenge, build strength and core stability, and stretch your body. Within this practice there are modifications and variations. The yoga sequence includes sun salutations, standing, seated, balancing, and twisting poses, and will include fun arm balances and inversions. Each class will be different, and will often have a different focus, depending on the instructor, and the practitioners in the room that day. Get ready to have fun, play with your edges, and discover your full potential!
32°C | 32% Humidity | The Rocket Sequence was developed out of the Ashtanga Primary Series. Following the same sequences of what you do in an Ashtanga class, with more playing around with inversions. But don’t let that scare you away – this class is great for all levels, as you start building up your upside-down practice. Please note, due to the nature of this class, we utilize wall space. As such, spaces in this class are limited, so we recommend you pre-register ahead of time.
32°C | 32% Humidity | This is a physical form of yoga which synchronizes breath and movement through a precise series of movements called the Primary Series. This class is done in a warm to hot room where the teacher will guide you through your practice. Here at Harvest, we offer 60, 75, and 90 minutes Ashtanga classes, so depending on class length, select sections of postures from the Primary Series are taught, while others are omitted. As such, each Ashtanga class will have the same skeletal structure, where the same postures are still taught in the same order, but the teacher omits some postures of their choosing. Because of this, once you take a few Ashtanga classes, you will have a basic expectation of how the class typically goes, but each class might be slightly different than the time before.
32°C | 32% Humidity | Coming from a flow series background this class focuses primarily on the lower half of the body and to stabilize the core. It will allow you to explore some deeper hip opening poses as well as a couple longer holds than in the Power Vinyasa classes.
32°C | 32% Humidity | Helping to ground your body, this Grounding Vinyasa Flow is the same sequence every time – a sequence that has been developed to open the hips, engage hip and leg muscles, and best warm you up for increasing range of motion in your lower body. A great class for runners due to how well it helps increase hip and leg mobility, this class gets more and more familiar the more you come practice.
Non-Heated | Our Core Fitness class might be intimidating based on the name, but trust us, this is such a great class for all levels of practitioner. This non-heated class focuses on proper engagement and alignment as we transition between static yoga postures and repetitive movements to help build strength and coordination. While focusing on steady, easy breaths, and combining yoga poses with HIIT exercises, this fitness class is a great compliment to our yoga classes because everything we do in this class is specifically done to help you understand the foundations on which you can build a strong Vinyasa practice.
Non-Heated | Our Slow Flow class is a very gentle, non-heated flow class. Similar postures to our other ‘Flow’ classes can be found in this one, but the main difference here is the longer holds, the deeper stretches, and the slow approach to opening up the body before we transition onto our back for the Nidra portion of the class. Think of this flow like a great bridge between the passive Yin and the active Vinyasa.
Non-Heated | This is a slow and nourishing practice which allows you to give into your body weight and gravity fully. It is a deeply relaxing practice which allows your body to completely relax while holding poses from 5 to 10 minutes at a time with the support of props such as bolsters, blocks and straps. This class is a great practice for everyone looking to de-stress and calm down.
Non-Heated | Utilizing the walls as a prop, this Yin class is incredibly relaxing. Often modifying postures typically found in a Yin Yoga practice by using the wall for support, these postures can take on new sensations and different relaxations.
Non-Heated | Yoga Nidra is a specific guided meditation. Following a similar structure each time, the Nidra practice is one of complete physical stillness as the teacher guides you through a body scan before turning your attention inward. A great practice to help with relaxation, your Nidra practice provides space for you to connect to your inner self as we quiet the mind and focus on our deepest heartfelt desires (sankalpas). This practice is for everybody, and you cannot practice Yoga Nidra incorrectly. Bring your most comfortable clothes, blanket, eye pillow, crystals, intentions, journal, etc…
Non-Heated | Yin Yoga directs the stimulation normally created in the asana portion of the practice deeper than the superficial or muscular tissues. It targets the connective tissues, such as the ligaments, bones, and even the joints of the body that normally are not exercised very much in a more active style of asana practice. Suitable for all levels of students, Yin Yoga is a perfect complement to the dynamic and muscular (yang) styles of yoga that emphasize internal heat, and the lengthening and contracting of our muscles. Yin Yoga generally targets the connective tissues of the hips, pelvis, and lower spine.
Non-Heated | Our Gentle Flow is a non-heated, slow moving, highly informative yoga class. Without the heat, and with slower transitions than our other ‘Flow’ classes, these Gentle Flows are a great way to learn about proper alignment in your postures, adapt your postures with appropriate modifications for your body’s needs, and deepen the connection of the sensation and the breath. Whether you’re new to your mat, or you’ve had a consistent practice for years, this is a great class for anyone looking for a little more guidance in their postures.
38°C | 38% Humidity | This Hatha practice originated from the Traditional Hot (26&2). Following a similar outline, but incorporating more postures from ‘Flow’ classes (Vinyasa, Ashtanga, etc), including Sun Salutations, Down Dogs, lunges, etc.

40 °C | 40% HUMIDITY

26 & 2

38°C | 38% HUMIDITY

Fusion

38°C | 38% HUMIDITY

Moksha Inspired Hatha

36°C |36% HUMIDITY

Power Vinyasa Flow

32°C |32% HUMIDITY

Ashtanga Flow

36°C | 36% HUMIDITY

Yang/Yin

32°C |32% HUMIDITY

Vinyasa Flow

32°C |32% HUMIDITY

Grounding Vinyasa Flow

32°C |32% HUMIDITY

Rocket

NON-HEATED

Slow Flow & Nidra

NON-HEATED

Yin

NON-HEATED

Core Fitness

NON-HEATED

Yin & Meditation

NON-HEATED

Wall Yin

NON-HEATED

Yin & Nidra

NON-HEATED

Gentle Flow

NON-HEATED

Prenatal

NON-HEATED

Restorative Yoga

Did you know we offer Private Yoga Classes?

  • Private yoga classes are an amazing tool for absolutely everyone. None of us are perfect, and despite our best efforts, we will struggle at times in class. Sometimes the challenge is due to injury; other times the challenge is building strength or learning to understand the movement or intention behind a posture.
  • Having a private yoga class with a teacher is a great way to get feedback on your postures. It’s not about ‘fixing’ them (there’s nothing to fix). It’s about providing you with the information you need to move through your class as safely as possible.
  • Perhaps you’re working harder than you need to. Perhaps you’re unintentionally misaligned. Perhaps you think you know what a posture is all about, but it just doesn’t feel right. Perhaps there are areas in your body you’d like to improve mobility, but you don’t know where to begin.
  • Private classes can help with all of these things. We want to do everything in our power to prevent injury and to maximize your yoga experience and knowledge.
  • Ask us about a Private Class next time you’re in! We’d love to work with you on whatever your needs are.

First Time to Harvest?

Class FAQ

Q: I'm a beginner. Is there any class I can't do?

All of our classes are for all levels of practitioners. This doesn’t mean that all classes are easy, and it doesn’t mean that you’ll be able to do every single posture ‘perfectly’. You’ll be challenged in some way in every class – mentally or physically. Part of building up a yoga practice is learning when to ease back from a pose and when to breathe into a pose. It’s a balance. Your yoga is about you navigating that balance. So no, there’s no class you can’t do. There will be some postures in a class that you can’t do… yet. But that’s a good thing! You do what you can, and you rest when you need, and eventually over time, maybe you’ll be able to do a little more. But first and foremost, try to approach your practice with kindness and empathy. And try to let go of your expectations! It’s not about doing every pose. It’s about connection.

Q: I'm a beginner. Which class should I do first?

We get this question all the time. Honestly, which class you do is entirely up to you and what you’re looking for at the studio. In short, if you’d like to relax in a dark room with very little movement, and calm music, you’ll be very pleased with our more passive classes: Yin Yoga, Yin & Nidra, Shauna’s Hatha, or Restorative. If you’d like a strong, active, focused class that will build physical strength, while trying to calm the mind and connect to the body, you’d be more interested in our active classes: 26&2, Fusion, Power Vinyasa, Ashtanga, Rocket, Vinyasa, or Grounding.

Q: What should I do to prepare for class?

Hydrate and eat something – but not too much. Being hydrated is essential to sweating, which will make you feel cooler in the heated classes. Hydration will also prevent headaches from dehydration if you are sweating a lot. Generally, it’s a good idea to drink a litre of water about an hour or so before you practice. Same with food. Practicing a yoga class on an empty stomach can make some people feel dizzy or light-headed. Eating something light about an hour or so before class gives enough time for your body to process the food so that it’s not sitting in the belly. It’ll help give you energy for whatever class you’re taking. But remember: you know your body best. These are just suggestions, and they aren’t universal for everyone. Sometimes it takes a little experimentation to figure out what your body needs. And it can be different every day.

Q: What should I bring to class?

If you have a mat and yoga towel, you can bring those. If you don’t, we supply them (along with a shower towel) to new practitioners who either drop-in, or who purchase the Welcome Membership. Bring a water bottle. If you’re taking an active yoga class, we’d recommend bringing a change of clothes. If blocks or straps are to be used in a class, we will provide them, but you are welcome to bring your own if you have them.

Q: Do I need to pre-register for class?

Short answer: No. You can just show up to attend class, which some people like to do because perhaps their day is a bit uncertain and they aren’t sure they’ll be able to make it. Longer answer: If you know for sure you want to come take class, it’s a good idea to pre-register. We are maintaining 2 meters distancing between yoga mats in the practice rooms, which means that space is currently limited to 22 people per class. Pre-registering is the only way we can guarantee you a space in the room. If you choose not to pre-register, we recommend arriving at the studio 15 minutes early to best ensure we’ll be able to get you into class.

Q: What happens if I pre-register for class, but then I don't come?

If you are pre-registered for a class and you cannot attend, cancellations need to happen 2-hours before the start of class, to provide enough time for someone else to sign-up and participate. Any cancellations after this 2-hour window will be subject to a drop-in charge of $22. Cancellations cannot be made via email or phone. You must take yourself out of class via our website or the MindBody App in order to successfully cancel your registration.

Q: I have an appointment right as class is scheduled to end. Can I leave class early?

We ask that you stay for the entirety of the class. For each class, the teacher has specifically curated the postures in a specific order to ensure maximum opening, strengthening, and balance. Leaving early might mean that you leave imbalanced, which can be hard on the body over time. Leaving early can also be quite disruptive for your fellow practitioners in the space. Please stay for the duration of class.