Flow Yoga: A lighthearted class combining traditional postures with Vinyasa transitions. Harmonizes the breath with a series of asanas (postures) linked together in a natural, flowing sequence. Classes include basic techniques, gentle adjustments, core strengthening and fun.
Hatha Yoga: A series of postures, or asanas, integrated with breath work which rejuvenate the entire body, enhance cardiovascular fitness, and quiet the mind. This creates optimal health, promoting strength and deep relaxation.
Yoga Basics: Recommended for students new to yoga or those who desire a gentle class. This class will focus on the fundamentals of breathing and yoga postures, called asanas. You will gain a solid foundation of alignment in order to develop a safe and beneficial yoga practice. This class will provide an easy way to maintain overall well-being, and release tension and stress.
Gentle Yoga: A focus on basic yoga fundamentals including alignment and the connection between breath, body and mind. Emphasis is on a light-hearted, safe and intelligent practice while enhancing strength, balance, flexibility and inner peace.
NIA: A sensory-based movement practice that draws from martial arts, dance arts and healing arts. Classes blend music, vocal sounding and self-expression into dynamic movement routines, ending in meditation. With a philosophy based on "The Joy of Movement," every experience can be adapted to individual needs and abilities, connecting body, mind, emotions and spirit.
YogaFit® is a challenging class of consistent postures in flowing transition with a focus on core strength, flexibility, and mindfulness. We hold poses, but our focus is on the transition between postures and the body control we develop therein. We build upon postures to target specific muscle groups while maintaining safe alignment to reduce the risk of injury. This class builds strength and balance. You’ll leave feeling energized, yet relaxed and centered. (Level 2)
Gentle Hatha: play with mini vinyasas in a gentle and nourishing way; they mix longer holds in postures, often using prop support, with exploring breath, alignment, and stillness. These classes are an opportunity to embrace the Earth, and to practice presence, allowance, compassion and magnificent embodiment. Classes include kirtan and Vedic chanting.