Inside the fireplace lit boutique studio Village Yoga, teachers guide students in a warm and heated room. Those available to instruct are yoga-devotees, priding themselves on the tranquil and empowering atmosphere of their studio. Among the styles they teach are ashtanga yoga, or power yoga, which has students fluidly morphing from posture to posture without pause, and vinyasa yoga, which is a sequence of postures using one breath and one movement. They also offer restorative yoga, or inactive yoga, which uses accessories like blocks and straps to release tension without causing physical strain, and yin yoga, a practice that emphasizes six movements of the spine and postures being held for a minimum of three minutes. The studio also hosts Friends of Bill W. classes, which help participants deal with their addictions.