Gentle yoga focuses on mindful practice of basic yoga poses, alignment, and coordination of movement with breathing. It teaches students to be aware of and connect to the breath throughout the practice. It is a calm and meditative practice and provides an opportunity to slow down the mind and build natural internal heat. Gentle yoga is a great class for beginners, experienced practitioners. Gentle Yoga practitioners receive all the benefits of a complete yoga practice. Gentle Yoga is practiced at room temperature.
Hatha Yoga is a widely practiced traditional style of yoga. Hatha Yoga uses postures and conscious breathing in combination with mental focus to develop awareness, strength and flexibility. Through proper alignment and mindful actions of the body, Hatha Yoga brings balance, strength, and a sense of well-being to the practitioner. Hatha classes are for all levels including beginners. Hatha is practiced in room temperature.
Hatha Flow takes classical Hatha and incorporates Vinyasa sequencing to increase mobility in the spine, hips, quadriceps, and hamstrings. This class teaches traditional poses with modern vibe with the goal of reaching the state of yoga, i.e., joining the mind and body through the practice of breathing and postures. Hatha Flow classes is practiced at room temperature.
Iyengar Yoga is based upon the lifelong work of B.K.S. Iyengar. This class bring strength, stability, and mental focus through precision in the poses. Use of props like straps, blocks, and bolsters allows students to perform the poses properly at any level, from beginner to advanced. It is recommended that all practitioners attend this class to revisit and refresh their understanding of the detailed alignment of all Yoga poses. Iyengar-Inspired is practiced in room temperature.
Meditation has been shown to be one of the most powerful methods for reducing stress. The class is composed of simple guidance, and a supportive quiet environment to allow one to settle the mind into deep relaxation.
Power Yoga is a rigorous yoga class with demanding strength postures that will have you moving, breathing, and sweating. Incorporating the fluidity of Vinyasa, Power Yoga focuses the attention on building core strength, standing posture and a one pointed gaze. Includes Vinyasa flow with Sun Salutations, arm balances, long standing postures and creative sequencing. Modifications will always be offered, encouraging each practitioner to move into the postures to their own degree of practice, making this class great for the seasoned practitioner and those who are ready for a challenge. Power yoga will strengthen and define each and every muscle in your body. Room is heated to 90°F.
Vinyasa refers to the flowing transition between yoga postures. A Vinyasa class is characterized by synchronizing movement with breath to create a meditative state of mind while heating and opening the body deeply. It provides sequencing that fluently bridges one posture to the next. Through deep concentration based on breath awareness, students find increased endurance, flexibility, circulation and strength. Practiced in room temperature.
Vinyasa refers to the flowing transition between yoga postures. A Vinyasa class is characterized by synchronizing movement with breath to create a meditative state of mind while heating and opening the body deeply. It provides sequencing that fluently bridges one posture to the next. Through deep concentration based on breath awareness, students find increased endurance, flexibility, circulation and strength. Based on Vinyasa, Vinyasa Flow builds and engages core strength to support the body in flowing through sun salutations, standing postures, balancing, and inversions. Room is heated to 90°F.
Yoga Fusion integrates the most effective techniques and principles from traditional Hatha Yoga, Tai Chi, Qi Gong, and Taoist Yoga. Students can expect a combination of stretching exercises, breathing exercises, and static postures, as well dynamic movement sequences that address the subtle body.
Yin Yoga is a slow-paced, meditative practice in which poses are held for 2-5 minutes. Yin allows time for the practitioner to look inside, observe, and to feel the mind and body unwind and relax. Muscles remain passive in this practice. Applying a slow and steady load lengthens and strengthens the connective tissues like ligaments, tendons, and fascia. Yin Yoga promotes joint mobility and flexibility especially in the hips and lower spine. Yin yoga is suitable for both the practitioner who thrives on high energy classes and the practitioner who is looking for a restorative yoga class. Postures in Yin do not require strain or struggle. Students focus on breathing naturally and leave class feeling relaxed yet energized. Yin is practiced at room temperature.