Yoga & Barre Class Descriptions

  • Mommy & Me Barre

    Want to get a workout in but can’t find anywhere with childcare? Not a problem, bring your little ones with you to barre class! Barre is a workout incorporating a ballet barre and movements inspired by dance conditioning, pilates, and yoga. Babywearing at the barre takes it up a notch by adding the extra resistance of the weight of your babe! The class is formatted to work with baby wearing in both front and back carry positions, so feel free to bring your older children too! If they fit safely in a carrier, they’re welcome in class! Adults will fun getting in a killer workout, and little ones will have fun bouncing around, or the they will be bounced into a snuggly sleep! Either way, it’s a win-win!
    *Babycarrier not provided. Please bring your own.
  • Yoga Fusion

    Not limited to one style of yoga, this class includes elements of Vinyasa, Hatha, Ashtanga, Kundalini, and more to include occasional use of special props such as 5 ft dowels and yoga wheels.

  • Conditioning Flow Yoga

    When you are craving a little more intensity, this dynamic class focuses on strength and stability as a whole in mind and body.  You will use props and body weight to create a stronger, steadier foundation for your practice, then move through a progressive series of poses before time for seated meditation and savasana.  Be prepared to build heat, sweat, and have fun!  Expect to leave invigorated, and feel the benefits carry across to other practices and your daily life.  Prior yoga experience recommended.

  • Vinyasa Yoga

    This class will allow you to explore movement with breath. Vinyasa, also known as flow, is characterized by stringing postures together to move from one to another, seamlessly, using breath. Beginner-Intermediate.

  • Barre

    Also known as standing Pilates, this high energy workout integrates a series at the ballet barre. Focus is on building strength and toning of the lower body with full ranges of motion combined with isometric movements. Appropriate for all levels.

  • Yin Yoga

    This class consists of a series of long-held, passive floor poses that mainly work the lower part of the body – lower spine, hips, inner thighs, hamstrings. The poses are held for up to five minutes, sometimes longer; working beyond the muscular level and into the connective tissues.
    Appropriate for all levels.

  • Yoga for Athletic Performance (YFAP)

    The best of both worlds! Half vinyasa, half gentle yoga/stretching. Build some internal heat with strength and balance postures followed but an opportunity to allow the body to release into stretches for the hamstrings, hips, shoulders, and more. Some vinyasa yoga experience recommended.

  • Yoga for Daily Life

    In our culture, our daily lives can lead to chronic problems to our physical balance and overall well-being.  This class focuses on bringing posture and muscular back into balance, while combating detrimental physical habits of daily life.  We begin with purposeful and gentle asana sequences to warm up the joints and muscles, then move into poses designed to strengthen overstretched muscles, lengthen shortened muscles, and relax tensed ones.  Learn how to use this tool to help you feel good in your daily life.  Prior yoga experience recommended.


  • Book Your Yoga Class at WISC

    In person classes are held in the newly refreshed Yoga studio at WISC. We ask that you bring your own mat.

What is Fitness Academy?

The WISC Fitness Academy offers the flexibility to attend different types of group fitness classes. Monthly packages offer unlimited usage for all classes. Add a WISC membership to get member pricing for the Fitness Academy and gain additional access to the full-equipped fitness center, the aquatics center to swim laps, as well as discounts on all other WISC programs.