Please arrive 15-20 minutes early for class to give yourself time to prepare for practice.

To be respectful of instructors and students, late arrivals will no be permitted.

The studio doors are unlocked at the beginning of classes.

The studio doors are locked during class times for the safety of the students and instructors at Inhale Exhale Studio.


Schedule, prices, and instructors are subject to change 

Class schedule may be updated monthly (check out our Newsletter and Facebook!).

Please check Facebook for class cancellation during bad weather.


We average over 60 classes a week to fit everyone's schedule!


A total-body workout that utilizes a ballet barre to perform small isometric movements set to popular music. The barre serves as a prop for stabilization and balance, along with exercise balls, resistance bands, a yoga mat, and light hand weights.


Boot Camp
 A fitness boot camp is a type of group physical training program conducted by certified gym instructors. These programs are designed to build strength and fitness through a variety of intense group intervals over a 1 hour period of time. Boot Camp training often commences with dynamic training and running, followed by a wide variety of interval training, including lifting weights/objects, pulling rubber TRX straps, pushups/situps, plyometrics, and various types of intense explosive routines. Sessions usually finish with yoga stretching. Many other exercises using weights and/or body weight, similar to CrossFit routines, are used to lose body fat, increase cardiovascular efficiency, increase strength, and help people get into a routine of regular excercise. It is called "boot camp" because it trains groups of people, may be outdoors, and may or may not be similar to military basic training.



Pilates is an exercise that teaches correct posture and alignment, heighten body awareness, enhance body control, and focuses on breathing and its related physical and psychological benefits. This in turn also provides a path to inner harmony through a finely tuned body. 


Pilates Reformer is an apparatus (equipment) with spring resistance that allow you to perform pilates exercises without impact on the joint. Pilates reformer exercises focusing on breath control, neutral body alignment and deep transverses abdominal engagement. The many benefits of Pilates helps every aspect of physical fitness: strenght, flexibility, coordination, speed, agility and endurance. Many hospitals and chiropractors use these equipment for their patients especially for rehabilitation. The reformer is a safe and effective non-impact full body workout that also benefits pregnant women, serves as cross-training for athletic pursuits, and daily activities.  


Travel through flats, jumps, and sprints using the patented articulating bike frame exclusive to the RealRyder® Indoor Cycle.  This unique cycle allows you to lean, turn, steer and balance through three essential planes of motion, becoming fully engaged with the bike, and overall riding experience.  Enjoy a challange with different workouts including endurance, energy, interval, and race day training. (New students to cycling please arrive 10-15 minutes early for proper bike set-up)




Resistance, Intervals, Power, Plyometrics, and Endurance, everyone's face glazes over. It's kind of long and it's too many words that most people aren't familiar with. So, what's a "better" explanation? I would say "It's a pre-choreographed, athletic based workout that incorporates weights and cardio and it's set to some awesome music!"



A 5,000 year old sequence of postures designed to bring strength, flexibility, and endurance to the body and a sense of stillness to the mind. With this class, you will explore the fundamentals of ashtanga yoga, sun salutations, ujjayi breath, energy locks (bandhas), drishti, and vinyasas.  The Ashtanga "eight limb" practice can also invoke positive life transformations off the mat, helping you to live fully, with a deep sense of Self, in your daily life. 




We offer over 20 opportunities every week for you to experience hot yoga.  Our beautiful heated room is 1300 square feet (large enough to accommodate 60-70 hot yogis!) and features natural cork flooring, mirrors, neutral décor, and a sound system for classes that feature music.  The room will be heated to 100-103 degrees Fahrenheit and will maintain a 35-40% humidity level. Practicing yoga in the heat is truly a unique experience and countless benefits can be seen from a hot practice. 

  • New levels of flexibility can be safely reached.  Muscles can be more malleable and allow for a greater range of movement in the joints and ligaments. 
  • From a cardiovascular standpoint, taking your yoga practice to the hot room is an amazing way to get your blood pumping.  Capillaries enlarge when in the heat, allowing oxygen to pour into the tissues, muscles, glands, and organs refreshing your entire body.
  • The skin, the body’s largest organ, reaps the benefits of hot yoga from sweating out toxins and waste, leaving you with a healthy glow. 
  • The body raises its temperature while fighting an infection. Similarly, the raised temperature in the hot room improves T-cell function, assists your immune system, and reduces the chances of infection.
  • Yoga is the cessation of the fluctuations of the mind. You will notice from this practice less reactivity in your daily life, responding to life’s challenges with clarity.  While the practice may appear to be just physical activity, it is also a form of waking meditation. The hot environment demands a sharpening of your mental focus, concentration and determination.

Hot power yoga flow incorporates strength, balance, flexibilty, alignment, focus and breathing for an incredible workout. Modifications will be offered to make the practice achievable for everyone. This class will incorporate classic yoga vinyasas with more challenging poses including arm balances and inversions. You will leave feeling stronger, centered and refreshed. Please remember to bring a mat-towel and some hydration. 




A full-body workout based on the series of Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga created by Larry Schultz, founder of It’s Yoga San Francisco.  Get there faster by adding more strengthening abdominal moves, inversions, arm balances, hip openers, backbends and twists.  Feel lighter in body and mind.  Instructor will offer modifications so all-levels are welcomed. 



The best of both worlds!  This class combines the deep, long stretches of yin yoga with the more active, flowing practice of vinyasa. Yin yoga is most effective when your body is not yet warmed up, so this style is practiced in the first half of class and is followed by the vinyasa style.  Poses are held for extended periods of time- usually about 3-5 minutes, but more advanced yogis can be in pose for up to 20 minutes!  This deep opening allows for a more fluid and strengthening practice. Combining the two styles reminds students of the natural balance of life, the process of being active and passive, and the ability to find peace with each element.



Let the movement in your practice be synchronized to your breath in this dynamic class. An excellent opportunity for both beginners and experienced yogis alike. This style allows for a wide variety of asanas, including sun salutations. In this class, expect to move while working on flexibility, strength, balance, and concentration.


A vinyasa style class practiced in a heated room up to 85 degrees. The added warmth prepares muscles and connective tissue for deeper stretches and facilitates moderate perspiration, which serves to cleanse the body and clear the mind. The sequencing of the class allows for a fluid practice linking asanas together with transitional poses.  This results in a truly powerful class for a full mind-body connection. 




A high energy class combining Latin music and easy-to-follow dance moves. Zumba routines incorporate interval training, alternating fast and slow rhythms and resistance training.  This class works on improving cardiopulmonary endurance when done at a moderate intensity and duration.


$10.00 Sunday Community Classes

*  Community Classes  pricing excludes Pilates Reformer *


Sundays are community classes where non-members and members can join in. 

If you are a non-member that wants to come to a class (or more than one!) on Sundays, you would show up to the studio and bring $10.00 per class. Real Ryder Cycle have limited spots, so if you would like to ensure a spot in the class please enroll early. Non-members are permitted to save a spot two weeks ahead of the calender date of the Sunday Community Class. If the non-member student does not show up, they are subjected to the No Show Fee Policy ($16.00). This must be paid before the student will be permitted to take another class at Inhale Exhale Studio LLC.