ALL CLASSES ARE ALL LEVELS
Your weekly practice should be a balance between gentle and vigorous unless you are injured or otherwise unhealthy in which case, gentle may be your best option. Props are always encouraged.
Slowly lead class for opening joints focusing on alignment of each pose (asana). Classes will include asana, pranayama (breathing), and meditation.
Pranayama (Breathing) Meditation
A wonderful way to ease into meditation, whether you are a seasoned sitter or new to the practice. The instructor offers a series of breathing exercises meant to assist the student in achieving a meditative state.
Restorative yoga is deeply relaxing using props to achieve poses without much muscular strength, facilitating deep release in the connective tissue and calming the nervous system.
Yin yoga is a quiet practice that goes beneath the superficial muscles to target the dense connective tissues of the body – often in the hips, pelvis, and low back – which are difficult to open and can result in both limited flexibility and stagnant energy as we age. The practice is gentle yet intense with long (3-5 minute), meditative holds.
A moderate paced series of sequential postures linked to breath codified and popularized by yoga master Sri K. Pattabhi Jois. This method detoxifies and purifies the body and mind and promotes melting of muscle tension. Expect to sweat.
Flowing movement linked to breath with a variety of always changing poses. No two classes are alike. Expect to sweat.