Class Types

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Ashtanga Yoga

Ashtanga Yoga is a modern translation of classical Indian yoga by Sri K. Pattabhi Jois. This progressive series of postures links pranayama (breath) to asana (movement) to create a clear mind, and light and energetic body and spirit. Vinyasas connect the postures and feed the body’s internal flame; this allows for sweating and detoxification. Ashtanga yoga is quite active and may be better suited for advanced practitioners, though all are welcome. 

Morning Rise-and-Shine Yoga - Wednesday Flow

 A combination of Ashtanga, Vinyasa, and Bikram that seeks to work your mind and body to get you ready for the rest of the week; this flow varies each week, and multiple variations of postures are provided. The goal is to build strength, flexibility, mindfulness, and to further discover the amazing things your body can do! 

Gentle Flow

 This gentle flow class is taught with ambient, downtempo music and the aromatic smells of incense, oils, and other sacred herbs. The hour is spent with emphasis on self expression and the experience of being in your body and with your breath: mind, body, spirit connection. Different breathing techniques are explored along with lots of different poses. Poses are generally held for long periods of time and the number of vinyasa are kept to a minimum. Overall, the sequence has a natural and gentle flow to it.  

Morning Rise-and-Shine Yoga

 Morning Gentle Rise and Shine Yoga is a great way to start your day!  This class is accessible to everybody.  Modifications and props such as blocks, blankets, and straps are available.  Paying special attention to our breath and our alignment in the poses, we will use breath and movement to make our bodies and minds healthy, strong and flexible.  You will leave feeling relaxed and energized.  

AcroYoga

 AcroYoga is the delightful practice of exploring movement with another human. The practice consists of a base, flyer, and spotter in order to ensure adequate safety and fun. The base supports the flyers weight as they synchronously move through shapes, yoga poses, and flows with their bodies. The beautiful thing about AcroYoga is that you can't practice alone. AcroYoga instill trust within ourselves and our partner, it teaches how to properly communicate and to fully and wholly commit to your shape and movements. Acro trains extraordinary body awareness, breath awareness, and patience. AcroYoga creates community, forms connection, establishes peace, and generates wisdom.