Each class will have a specific intention which may include a focus on centering techniques, body awareness, pranayama (breathing techniques), gentle stretching and range of motion all while incorporating asanas (poses) and relaxation techniques with a gentle flow between.
Classes are appropriate for all ages and levels of experience. A combination of slow to moderate flow, with yin yoga occasionally is integrated throughout the practice. Both classes integrate opening meditation, breathing practices, seated, flowing and standing asanas and closing meditation.
Monday evening classes begin at 6:30 pm.
Wednesday morning classes meet at 8:45 am.
Registration isn’t required, only for your convenience.
Drop-In Price: $10
Save with a 4-Class Pass: $32
Yoga Class Descriptions
Is a slower type of flow (yang) yoga, in which the movement is synchronized with breath in a smooth, flowing way. Ranging from a gentle and therapeutic pace to a mildly vigorous practice, you will be calmly challenged and energized in this class. As you flow through powerful, graceful sequences at a slower pace than regular flow classes, the focus turns to building and engaging your strength and concentration. By moving slowly and holding postures for several breaths, you will build strength and increase flexibility through slow, focused movements, allowing your body to deepen into a stretch or pause in strengthening poses.
Is a gentle, calming, therapeutic practice that soothes the nervous system and releases physical and mental tension. Props such as blankets, blocks, bolsters, and straps support the body in gentle stretching sequences and nurturing, sustained postures that ease the entire system into relaxation and balance. Restorative Yoga is perfect for beginners and a great complement for more experienced practitioners. It can help heal the effects of chronic stress and fatigue, support recovery from illness or injury, and aid in navigating anxiety and change. Gentle Indicates the class is not vigorous, but slow and soothing, perfect for those wanting a more relaxed and softer practice. Also excellent for beginners, the elderly, and pregnant women.
All forms of yoga can be described as either yin or yang based on the tissues of the body that are targeted and the intention of the practice. For simplicity ‘s sake, a practice that focuses on the connective tissue (for our purposes, the ligaments and fascia) is yin. It is the yin portion of our practice that gives us ease and the feeling of lightness as it gently stretches the connective tissues that form our joints.
“YOGA IS THE JOURNEY OF THE SELF, TO THE SELF, THROUGH THE SELF”