Class Descriptions

Class Descriptions

Radiance is dedicated to holding space for you to shine your light through the practices of Yoga, no matter your experience level. Our instructors are highly trained and skilled in guiding you through shapes that feel good in your body — knowing that changes from day to day.

If you are new to Radiance or brand new to Yoga, please call or text us with any questions at 336-283-2709. Beginner class options are noted below with a * . 


Ground into your body and invite your inner light to shine! Vinyasa flow is an invigorating style of practice that beautifully weaves breath and movement while building resilience, expanding awareness, and cultivating a sense of calm throughout your whole being. Variations offered to help each student find what feels good in their body.


Mostly floor-based, this beginner-friendly class is focused on creating flexibility as you peel away stress and enjoy a sense of ease and lightness in your body. Perfect for students who are new to Yoga, those recovering from an injury, and anyone looking to release physical and mental tension.


Level up your asana practice with this intermediate/advanced vinyasa class composed of strong sequencing that will prepare the body for peak poses such as arm balances, backbends, and inversions. A few flow classes are recommended before attending, for your safety and enjoyment.


This dynamic flow class will challenge you in all the best ways with the added element of a therapeutic infrared-sauna! Our “Hot Shala” practice space uses far-infrared heat to warm your body directly as you flow with your breath through creative sequences and melt into a blissful savasana with a cool lavender-infused towel. Some yoga experience and/or a few beginner friendly classes are recommended before attending, for your safety and enjoyment.


A dialed-down heated flow practice for those looking to fine-tune transitions and build core strength as you ease into a steady, rhythmic flow that will leave you feeling rejuvenated — mind, body, and soul! A slower pace and variations are offered to help each student find what feels good in their body.


All levels practice focused on strength, balance, and flexibility. Hatha Yoga classes traditionally do not have a flow component and are perfect for those who want to work on finding space and proper alignment as they connect deeper with the postures.


Get your practice in under an hour with this condensed version of our signature Power Flow. Expect strong sequencing and point-to-point instruction toward peak poses.


A wonderful combo class that offers the ultimate in efficiency as you balance strength & surrender. Utilizing principles of both yin & yang energies, you’ll flow through a creative vinyasa sequence that seamlessly transitions into longer held yin shapes designed to help you relax into the deepest layers of your body.


Flow & Roll is a monthly community offering that blends mindful movement and myofascial release. Suitable for any and all levels of experience, you’ll
be guided through a mindful, slow vinyasa flow and full-body foam rolling to find greater ease and mobility in your overall practice.
Class-pack friendly + free for unlimited pass holders


Yin is a slow, soothing, and meditative style of yoga that targets the deep connective tissues, bones, joints, fascia, and ligaments in the body. Postures are held for several minutes at a time in order to focus on stretching and stimulating different acupressure points from Traditional Chinese Medicine.


Restorative Yoga is an incredibly effective tool used to help you tap into your parasympathetic nervous system by way of total rest and support. Different than yin, which seeks to maintain stillness in the depths of sensation, Restorative yoga asks that you release all “doing” and simply be.


Kundalini is a form of yoga that involves chanting, singing, breathing exercises, and repetitive movements called “kriya”. Its purpose is to activate your Kundalini energy, or shakti, which is a spiritual energy that’s said to be located at the base of your spine.


Meditation can be defined as a set of techniques that are intended to encourage a heightened state of awareness and focused attention. Yoga Nidra is a form of guided meditation known as “yogic sleep” wherein our body finds its natural state of equilibrium (homeostasis) – the breath balances and becomes quiet, unconscious and conscious aspects of the mind reveal themselves, and we fall into an innate state of deep, blissful awareness.

As always, please let your teacher know of any injuries or if you are tending to your body with extra care for any reason.