Classes/Workshop

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Gentle Yoga / Yoga Nidra
This class is perfect for anyone who is dealing with trauma, stress, disease and would like to experience the benefit yoga brings in a class with other like minded people who may have had similar experiences. The benefits of yoga are many: pain relief, improved sleep, lower blood pressure, peace of mind, reduction of anger, depression, anxiety…This class will include breathwork, physical poses and simple meditation and end with a yoga nidra
(which can be compared to iRest)

Yin Yoga
Yin is a yoga practice that includes long, deep stretches in passive poses (Yin) held for 3-5 minutes. Longer holds cultivate a deeper physical opening giving the connective tissue a health stress and putting you into a meditative state of mind. Yin brings mobility back into tight joints and is the Rx for chronic back pain. Yin brings the perfect balance to a yang lifestyle, athletes and all of us living constantly on the go can really benefit from this slow moving, surrendering class. Leave this class feeling balanced on every level.

Yoga Flow-Vinyasa
Yoga Flow classes are about linking breath with movement, and synchronizing a flowing, strengthening linkage of yoga poses.  These classes will be supportive and beginner-friendly and will encourage a challenge for any student. Our focus will be on breath and alignment, sun salutations and all their variations, and understanding the body in poses that flow together like the ocean’s waves at shore.

Slow Flow
This class is perfect for athletes who need a recovery day, or anyone who likes a slower moving class.  It moves at a slower pace holding poses for a deeper stretch. This class will help you to enhance athletic performance and sooth away aches and pains.  No yoga experience necessary.

Yoga for Mind & Body
Although all yoga is meant to connect the mind and body, this class will focus on learning to quiet the mind so the body can relax. It will begin with a centering meditation to help let go of the day, then work into twists and sun salutations to warm the body and squeeze out tension, ending with a long, relaxing yoga nidra (yogic sleep.) Movements will be slower with longer holds for a more meditative practice. Everybody is welcome.

Restorative
Restorative yoga is a deeply relaxing, receptive practice. It is an opportunity to undo the stress in your life. Poses will be propped and held for longer periods leading to positive shift in mental and physical health. This class is perfect for anyone, including seniors or those with mobility issues, or recovering from illness or surgery looking for the emotional benefits of yoga.

Level- 1 Flow
This class is for anyone who wants to be introduced the amazing benefits of yoga. These introductory classes are designed for the new yoga practitioner and are equally useful for those who want to get back to basics, refine alignment, and learn to relax. This class will focus on the principles of alignment in basic yoga poses and the importance of the breath to create more balance and peace in every day life. Classes will improve balance, strength, and flexibility, while promoting better mind-body awareness.

Yang Yin
Begin with movement and flow and end with the still quiet practice of yin.
The perfect way to end a busy day.

Kundalini
Using asanas (postures), mudras, pranayama (breathing techniques) and meditation, the practice of Kundalini Yoga balances the glandular system, strengthens the nervous system, and enables us to harness the energy of the mind and the emotions, so we can be in control of ourselves, rather than being controlled by our thoughts and feelings. This is yoga for everyday life, and every person. Kundalini Yoga works for you if you can breathe and move your body. The Kundalini yoga experience is said to go right to your heart, your core. These teachings are designed to give you “hands on” experience of your highest consciousness. By approaching Kundalini Yoga with openness and respect, you can change your life.
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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