Hatha Traditional asana (postures) are held in accurate alignment. Emphasis is placed on core strength, flexibility, balance, concentration, and breath control. Based on physical postures, deep breathing, mindfulness, and listening to the body.  

Hatha

Traditional asana (postures) are held in accurate alignment. Emphasis is placed on core strength, flexibility, balance, concentration, and breath control. Based on physical postures, deep breathing, mindfulness, and listening to the body.

 

Yin Yin yoga is a deeply meditative practice where postures are held for an extended period of time.  Yin Yoga is a quiet and gentle practice, suitable for all levels of practitioner. Postures are all practiced on the floor while relaxing the muscles and remaining in each pose for 3 to 5 minutes. The practice of surrendering into the poses supports the release of tension from the core of the body, while also calming the nervous system.

Yin

Yin yoga is a deeply meditative practice where postures are held for an extended period of time.  Yin Yoga is a quiet and gentle practice, suitable for all levels of practitioner. Postures are all practiced on the floor while relaxing the muscles and remaining in each pose for 3 to 5 minutes. The practice of surrendering into the poses supports the release of tension from the core of the body, while also calming the nervous system.

Intro A class designed for beginners or those desiring to work at a slow pace. This is the place to build a strong foundation and understanding of the practice of Hatha Yoga, gain a greater sense of inner awareness and self-confidence, and develop more flexibility, strength, balance and clarity.  

Intro

A class designed for beginners or those desiring to work at a slow pace. This is the place to build a strong foundation and understanding of the practice of Hatha Yoga, gain a greater sense of inner awareness and self-confidence, and develop more flexibility, strength, balance and clarity.

 

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Vinyasa A dynamic system of practicing asana, linking breath to movement. Builds heat, endurance, flexibility, strength and concentration. Sequencing is often built around sun salutations.  

Vinyasa

A dynamic system of practicing asana, linking breath to movement. Builds heat, endurance, flexibility, strength and concentration. Sequencing is often built around sun salutations.

 

Restorative Restoratives are meditative poses in which the body is supported with props and held for extended periods of time. Both soothing and regenerating, restorative poses help bring balance to our demanding daily lives.    

Restorative

Restoratives are meditative poses in which the body is supported with props and held for extended periods of time. Both soothing and regenerating, restorative poses help bring balance to our demanding daily lives.

 

 

Iyengar This method of yoga is named after yoga master, BKS Iyengar.  Students of Iyengar Yoga begin with elementary postures, with an emphasis on the standing asanas (postures). In time, other postures are added, including forward bends and back bends, twists, inversions and restorative poses.Salamba Sarvangasana (Shoulder Balance) is introduced as soon as students are ready because of its many therapeutic benefits. Each class ends with Savasana, corpse pose or deep relaxation. Students learn to rest in a profound way, completely releasing the body while drawing the mind towards the peace within. As the student progresses, Pranayama (the control of the breath) is introduced. Teachers devise sequences of poses, which build skill and understanding, from posture to posture, and from class to class. Students are encouraged to develop their own home practice; without one, the study of yoga is incomplete.

Iyengar

This method of yoga is named after yoga master, BKS Iyengar. 

Students of Iyengar Yoga begin with elementary postures, with an emphasis on the standing asanas (postures). In time, other postures are added, including forward bends and back bends, twists, inversions and restorative poses.Salamba Sarvangasana (Shoulder Balance) is introduced as soon as students are ready because of its many therapeutic benefits. Each class ends with Savasana, corpse pose or deep relaxation. Students learn to rest in a profound way, completely releasing the body while drawing the mind towards the peace within.

As the student progresses, Pranayama (the control of the breath) is introduced.

Teachers devise sequences of poses, which build skill and understanding, from posture to posture, and from class to class. Students are encouraged to develop their own home practice; without one, the study of yoga is incomplete.