In Vinyasa, meaning “breath-synchronized movement,” the teacher guides you from one pose to the next, following your breath bringing an inner aliveness into your body, mind and spirit.
Each practice will consist of a slow, rejuvenating flow practice--a series of postures linked by breath and designed to rebalance the mind-body connection. Class will end with restorative poses to revive your vital energy…a calming, healing and soothing way to end your practice.
The best way to begin your weekend! This restful, calming class includes breathing and gentle, flowing movements. Class will culminate in a few passive and supported poses that lead directly into deep relaxation. This is a perfect beginning yoga class that is also appropriate for those working with injury, limited mobility, or who prefer a softer, gentler yoga class
In Vinyasa, meaning “breath-synchronized movement,” the teacher guides you from one pose to the next, following your breath bringing an inner aliveness into your body, mind and spirit. Power Flow classes are more athletic, requiring some stamina while incorporating more advanced postures with options.
Power classes are athletic and require some stamina. Expect to work hard and have fun. All in 1 hour and wrapped up with relaxation.
This 50-minute class sets you up to have a great day with 40 minutes of yoga (see “Power Flow” description) and 10 minutes of meditation to wrap up the class. Start your day off with a pure shot of moving into stillness.
This heart-centered class unites breath and movement without the rigor of chaturanga to open channels of energy, tone muscles and ease stress. This class is suitable for a wide range of fitness and experience levels.
A deeply relaxing practice of supported poses, guided relaxation, yogic breathing, and an extended savasana (final resting pose). For any level student seeking to reduce the effects of stress
Class begins with the invigorating breath and movement practice and flow yoga and is wrapped up with the slow stretches of yin yoga. You will leave rejuvenated and relaxed. Room will be warm (~75 degrees).
Flow, with more athleticism and advanced postures. *Some yoga experience recommended. Room will be heated to 85-90 degrees. Come ready to work and sweat. Please bring a towel and water to class.
Developed by B.K.S. Iyengar, author of Light on Yoga, this approach is based on the traditional eight limbs of yoga and can be adapted to everyone, regardless of age or ability. Each class is different - some vigorous, some quiet - but all are thoughtfully sequenced with a focus on the mind/body connection through the subtleties of alignment and targeted actions. Improve your technique, and take your practice to a deeper level. Level II students should have at least 6 - 12 months of regular yoga practice.