On a purely physical level, asana is a form of movement and as such we believe that it is important to teach not only the postures and alignments for postures, but also body mechanics and functional movement. We understand that anatomy matters – we are all built differently and bring with us a variety of needs, concerns and/or injuries. We set ourselves apart from other studios in that we strongly emphasize functional movement and help each practitioner design the practice to suit his/her body. Beyond the asana practice, we have a strong focus on the practitioner’s connection with breath and relationship between breath and movement. We strongly encourage single-pointed focus and concentration.