Level 1 classes are for complete beginners, as we spend more time on fundamental breathing techniques and on how the poses are built. The pace is gentle enough, but the classes can be challenging, helping you to build up strength. Level 1 classes are also for yoga teachers and students who want to learn more about proper alignment in the poses. They are also great if you are low on energy, or if you have an injury and need to take it easy.
Level 1/2 classes are a good choice if you are not a complete beginner and want to make a transition from level 1 to level 2. The pace is more challenging than level 1 classes, and they are more physically strenuous.
Experienced - Intermediate
Level 2 classes are for the experienced, intermediate students who feel ready for a greater challenge in their yoga practice. Expect a faster pace in some classes and therefore less detailed instructions for familiar poses. More advanced poses are introduced.
Level 2/3 is a bit stronger then a level 2 class with more advanced poses, though options will often be given so that you can progress towards the poses. It's always ok to skip or modify a pose if that is what feels right for you on that day.
Experienced - Advanced
Level 3 classes are for the seasoned yogis who have been practising for a good while and who like a physical challenge. These classes require strength, flexibility, and balance in body and mind. Advanced poses are explored in greater detail, however it is still important to take responsibility for your own body and to back out of poses or modify them when appropriate
These classes are interesting for people of all levels. Clear instructions are given during classes, including breathing techniques and alignment in poses. Also different variations are given for the poses so everyone can work to their own ability and comfort level.