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Cape Fear Yoga and Wellness offers many different types of Yoga disciplines for you to enjoy! No matter where you are in your practice, there is an offering for you to relax, rejuvenate and renew!


The benefits of a regular yoga practice are magnified! Cape Fear Yoga and Wellness Center features Far Infrared Radiant (FIR) Yoga Panels which allows the practitioners to experience not only the amazing benefits of yoga but also offers them the added benefit of Far Infrared Heat Therapy. This type of sauna uses the same type of “radiant” energy the sun produces. (In fact, some evidence indicates it heals sun damage on the skin, including diminishing wrinkles and fine lines.) This heat penetrates deeper into the body than traditional heating methods, promoting increased flexibility, detoxification, and relaxation. Practicing yoga in this environment can be challenging but invigorating and deeply satisfying.

Warm Heated Yoga

Offers a unique twist on the traditional yoga experience. This class is set to a temperature of around 80-85 degrees Fahrenheit, which can help to loosen your muscles and allow you to achieve deeper stretches. The heat can also help detoxify your body and even improve your circulation! This class is suitable for all.

Hot Yoga, Happy Hour Flow

Hot Yoga, Happy Hour Flow, offers a unique combination of heat, movement, and social interaction, providing an opportunity to release tension, boost energy, and connect with others in a fun and uplifting setting. 

Hot Hold & Detox

A challenging, healthy, and strengthening yoga class. The sequence will vary each time working with different areas of the body. Helping to release toxins, reducing stress, and improving Flexibility. The room is heated to 100 degrees

Teen Yoga

Yoga for teens is a specialized class that introduces young people to the benefits of yoga practice. The class is designed to be accessible and engaging for teenagers, incorporating movements that promote strength, flexibility, and balance, as well as mindfulness and breathwork techniques to help reduce stress and promote relaxation. The class may also incorporate self-exploration and self-expression, encouraging teens to connect with their bodies and emotions in a positive and supportive environment. Yoga for teens can be a valuable tool for building physical and mental resilience, promoting healthy habits, and developing a positive self-image. In addition to the physical and mental benefits of yoga, another vital aspect of our Teen Class is creating an engaging and enjoyable environment for young people. One way to achieve this is by tailoring the music to the teenagers' preferences, including a mix of traditional yoga and contemporary music they know and enjoy. This can help create a more fun and upbeat atmosphere while allowing for the mindfulness and focus that yoga requires. By incorporating music that resonates with them, teens may be more likely to stay engaged and enthusiastic about their yoga practice and incorporate it as a regular part of their self-care routine.

Slow Flow Mix

Welcome to our Slow Flow Mix yoga class! This class is designed to help you unwind and relax as you move through a gentle flow of postures. With a mix of traditional yoga poses and fluid movements, you'll find a sense of peace and rejuvenation in both body and mind. This class is suitable for all levels, and our experienced instructors will guide you through each movement with ease and grace. Come join us and discover the benefits of a slow and mindful yoga practice.

Morning Flow

Morning Flow is a gentle yet invigorating all-levels yoga class designed to awaken your body and mind for the day ahead. You will move gracefully through flowing sequences of yoga postures, build strength, flexibility and balance, and end with restorative postures and relaxation techniques. Modifications and variations are offered, making it suitable for everyone. For those comfortable with arm balances and inversions, there will be opportunities to explore these poses as well. Start your day feeling energized, rejuvenated, and ready to take on whatever comes your way!

Hatha Yog

Hatha yoga classes typically focus on physical postures (asanas) and breathing exercises (pranayama) to improve flexibility, strength, and overall health. The classes may also include relaxation and meditation techniques to promote mental clarity and reduce stress. Hatha yoga is often a great option for beginners and those looking for a more gentle, accessible yoga practice. Join us to develop awareness, acceptance, and patience in your practice while experiencing the full benefits of this gentle yet powerful practice.


A combination of Gentle movements suitable for the seasoned yogi looking for a gentle practice or the new yogi who is just being introduced to a yoga practice. Focused on gentle movements, breathwork, and relaxation techniques to help you develop strength, flexibility, and mindfulness. Our experienced and compassionate instructors will guide you through each pose with modifications and adjustments to ensure that you feel comfortable and safe in your practice. Join us to unwind, release stress, and improve your overall well-being. No prior yoga experience is necessary, and all levels are welcome.

Mindful Pose and Flow

Mindful Pose and Flow Yoga Classes offer a transformative and holistic approach to yoga. A slower paced environment that helps you connect your mind with body to feel where you hold tension, guides you in releasing it, and how to use your own unique anatomy in yoga postures. Flowing your yoga at a slower pace allows mind and body to work together to creat a yoga practice that is crafted to your abilities and/or limitations. This is what makes yoga available to every body. Whether you are a seasoned yogi or new to the practice, these classes offer a welcoming and supportive environment to deepen your connection to your body and your breath, and to find peace and harmony in your everyday life.

Gentle Hatha Yoga Mix

Gentle Hatha Yoga Mix classes provide a rejuvenating and calming experience for both the body and mind through a blend of traditional Hatha yoga poses and gentle movements designed to enhance flexibility, balance, and relaxation. These classes are suitable for practitioners of all levels, including beginners, and focus on cultivating a mindful, meditative state of mind. With a perfect balance of breathwork, gentle stretches, and guided relaxation, these classes will help you unwind, de-stress, and improve your overall well-being. You'll leave each session feeling rejuvenated, refreshed, and ready to take on whatever life throws your way.

Yoga Sculpt

Yoga Sculpt is a dynamic fitness class that blends traditional yoga poses with strength training exercises, high-intensity cardio bursts, and resistance work using light weights. The class is designed to tone and sculpt the body, increase cardiovascular endurance, and improve flexibility and balance. With upbeat music and a motivating instructor, Yoga Sculpt provides a challenging yet enjoyable workout experience that leaves you feeling energized and refreshed. It's the perfect class for those who want to combine the mind-body benefits of yoga with a full-body workout.

Billie Holiday Hatha Yoga with Ronnie

Unique to our studio, the Billie Holiday Hatha yoga class with Ronnie is an experience that combines the fluidity and grace of Hatha yoga with the soulful music of jazz legend Billie Holiday and music inspired by her. Ronnie's class will guide you through a series of gentle asanas, or yoga postures, that help you stretch and strengthen your body while cultivating a sense of inner calm and relaxation. As you move through the poses, you'll be transported by the timeless melodies of Billie Holiday and other artists inspired by her, creating a truly meditative and immersive experience. This class is suitable for all levels, from beginners to advanced practitioners, and promises to leave you feeling rejuvenated and refreshed.

Tai Chi Short Form

Tai Chi Short Form refers to a specific set of movements in the ancient Chinese martial art of Tai Chi Chuan. It is also known as the Yang Style Short Form, as Yang Chengfu developed it in the early 20th century as a simplified version of the longer, more traditional Tai Chi forms.

The Short Form typically consists of between 16 and 24 movements, depending on the specific variation being practiced. The movements are slow, flowing, and continuous and are designed to cultivate balance, flexibility, coordination, and relaxation.

Some common movements found in the Tai Chi Short Form include "Grasp the Bird's Tail," "Single Whip," "Cloud Hands," and "Golden Rooster Stands on One Leg." Each movement flows seamlessly into the next, creating a meditative, almost dance-like experience for the practitioner.

Tai Chi Short Form is often practiced for its health benefits, including stress reduction, improved balance and coordination, increased flexibility and range of motion, and improved circulation. It is also sometimes used as a form of meditation or mindfulness practice, as the slow, deliberate movements can help quiet the mind and promote a sense of calm and relaxation.

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