Below are structure one-hour practices, helping to improve toning, stamina, posture, strength, balance, and flexibility, as well as a discipline that helps you de-stress, relax, feel healthier and more energetic.
A combination of static and dynamic stretches, this class focuses on stretching those areas that are typically tight (hips, hamstrings, quads) and strengthening areas that are needed for stability in our active lives. There is a strong emphasis on alignment and injury prevention. Stretches are typically held for 30-60 seconds, though students are given the option to listen mindfully to their body and tailor as they feel.
A Level 1-2 Vinyasa class. Expect to move with your breath and focus your attention; this well-balanced flow class will get you out of your head and into your body and your breath; modifications always welcome.
These classes are known for their fluid, movement-intensive style. Each class is a sequence to smoothly transition from pose to pose, to link breath to movement. Music is often played throughout to maintain an upbeat, positive vibe. No two classes are exactly alike, allowing for a creative and challenging class. For students who love changing their routine and testing their physical limits, vinyasa may be the class for you to try.
Ideal for individuals looking to awaken their inner POWER in more challenging Yoga practice. Students familiar with beginner postures are led through a flowing sequence, linking various breath work with movement. Individuals will learn to train their body and mind toward increasing focus, balance and strength. The class is geared to prepare students for a more challenging practice in level 2 & 3. Modified poses are shown, to fit each person’s physical needs.
Provide students with long, deep releases consisting mostly floor poses and transitional poses to ease toward the next one. We release all muscular effort to send the stress into the joints, and connective tissues. Poses are held for 2-3 minutes with allowances to come out of pose and stretch, along with assistance/adjustments throughout the class. Each class will begin with a few minutes of silent meditation, focusing on the breath and setting an intention.
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