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Vinyasa Flow yoga synchronizes movement with breath as one pose leads smoothly to the next using the breath. Sequencing varies with the instructor but one can expect to move through sun salutations, balancing postures, twists, and back bends. This class is open to all levels with options to modify as needed .
Vinyasa Basics is a slower paced class where breath and alignment is emphasized. This class is ideal for those who are new to yoga as well as seasoned practioners who would like to deepen their practice through alignment.
One will move calmly through thoughtfully planned sequences in this class. These postures provide a gentle stretch as well as enhance strength and stability. Alignment and breath awareness is encouraged.
Inspired by Baron Baptiste, a simple yet challenging sequence which builds functional strength and mobility over time. Options for more challenging poses are provided for students to deepen their practice. One will leave feeling rinsed and renewed.
Slow Flow is a mix of ‘doing’ and ‘being’ poses to balance one’s mood and smooth the flow of energy in the mindbody. Expect lots of breath and mindfulness in this class. Give yourself the time and space to release tense muscles and quiet the mind.
Yin yoga is a quite practice where poses are held longer. The deeper tissues are targeted-the bones, joints, ligaments, tendons and fascial network. According to Traditional Chinese Medicine, the flow of energy is improved in the body and joint mobility can be enhanced. Yin yoga offers many health benefits including greater emotional well-being, organ health and immune system function. The studio will be warm but not heated so please wear layers to allow for changes in body temperature.
Restorative yoga is an excellent practice for restoring the body after injury, illness, or simply to slow down, calm the mind and undo the effects of stress. No yoga experience is needed in this gentle, non-heated, slow-paced and soothing class. The postures are held without effort using the support of props such as bolsters, blankets, or blocks. Light assists (optional) with essential oils are offered as you relax into a sweet Savasana.