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Hot Yoga/Heated Vinyasa Flow
Experience the wonders of Vinyasa yoga in a heated room. The heat helps to warm-up yours muscles allowing you to move deeper into each posture.
Meditation Workshop coming soon!
Thai Yoga Workshop June 15th 2013 10:30-2:30!
Hatha Yoga designed for beginners, providing a solid foundation of asanas (postures), pranayama (breath control) and meditation.
Breathe, Stretch, Flow
Providing a gentle environment integrating breath and movement with deep stretching. Hatha Yoga with a gentle pace.
Designed for students with specific aches, pains, and chronic conditions.
In this style, students flow from one posture to the next. Although some postures are held for additional breaths, many of the exercises consists of linking breath with dynamic, flowing movement. Vinyasa Flow provides a total body workout, building strength, stamina, flexibility, and focus.
In this relaxing practice, you do not have to hold yourself up anymore. With supported poses, you can simply let go. This allows students to focus on working into the poses in a way that maximizes feeling and breathing, while allowing space for mental and emotional transformation.
From a physical standpoint, practicing asanas in the water causes less stress on the joints by allowing students to experience postures they may be unable to achieve on land. This creates more opportunity to build strength by utilizing the waters resistance. Also, the aqua environment may allow students to achieve a greater range of motion. From a mind-body standpoint, water is very comforting and nurturing, which enhances relaxation and readies our minds for a deeper meditative experience.
Non-traditional Yoga students may be drawn to Aqua Yoga, including pregnant women, individuals rehabbing from injuries and students dealing with chronic injuries, arthritis, fibromyalgia, obesity or neurological disorders.
Bring a swimsuit and towel. You will have access to locker room, showers, etc...
Yoga for the Sages
Aches and Pains? Leave them behind and feel 10 years younger when you practice the gentle movements and slow pace of 'Yoga Through the Sages,' a class designed for seniors and those with limited mobility. The use of props, chairs, and other helpful elements makes this class a fun, healthy way to start your day!s for a deeper meditative experience.
This class is designed to allow teens to chill out and get in tune with their bodies. This class follows a Vinyasa/Ashtanga tradition allowing the students to flow from one posture to the next, also holding postures to feel and breathe. Their patience grows, thier postures improve, power and confidence builds, and peace of mind is a result.