A heated series of 26 to 30 postures practiced in a heated environment in order to warm muscles, soothe joints, and detoxify through the process of sweating. Wonderful for athletes. This is a great class to learn yoga or deepen an established practice. This class differs from a Vinyasa flow because it is meant to help you get stronger, toned, focused, and assist in building awareness & endurance. This is an all-levels class, where you take your practice is up to you.
Hot Vinyasa Flow
This is a heated practice combines traditional yoga postures with sun salutations making it more aerobic than a traditional hot class. Each class is well rounded with sun salutations, warrior poses, twists, balancing poses, core work, spine strengthening, hip openers and the important Savasana. There are also arm balances & inversions for those ready to expand their practice further.Promotes deep and even breathing. Hot Vinyasa Flow yoga is a dynamic form of yoga in which movement is coordinated with the breath, and transitions between postures are seamless. It creates a moving meditation that allows practitioners to be the witness and let go of their attachments. Vinyasa movements are smooth and are dance-like in their flow. This class is for students who practice Hot Yoga &/or Hot Vinyasa regularly. This is an all-levels class, where you take your practice is up to you.
In this class, you will experience an intermediate & interdisciplinary flow practice followed up by movements, breathwork & meditations to help your stress less & live more. You will learn to heighten your awareness to the subtle sensations that arise as you dive deeper into your own individual expression of yoga.Although you will experience a vigorous flow, what lies beneath the surface is the attitude of relaxed awareness. You will learn to be mindful of each pose and the space in between. In this class, you will experience a creative sequence combining conscious awareness of the breath and synchronized movement. Restorative yoga postures are integrated at the end of the class to come to a deep place of relaxation as we finish the practice. This is an all-levels class, where you take your practice is up to you.
Designed for those who want the benefits of the heat without the speed and intensity that often comes with a hot yoga or flow class. You will open and stretch your muscles with slow movement, careful alignment, and conscious breath work. Leave feeling invigorated with a true mind, body, and spiritual connection. This is an all-levels class, where you take your practice is up to you.
This practice is nonheated and is great for athletes and those who are tight due to repetitive movement from other sport activities or your day job keeps you in the same position 8 hours a day Yin yoga will help stretch it out. Yin promotes such deep, intense stretching that it helps prevent joint injury. Static stretching is excellent to increase range of motion. Long-held deep postures supported by bolsters, blankets and/or blocks allow for lengthening and stretching of the body’s connective tissue. According to Chinese medicine & Ayurveda, our energy channels run deep within this tissue. Therefore, Yin can have longer lasting effects than a traditional yoga class. Therefore, if you are tight due to repetitive movement from other sport activities or your day job keeps you in the same position 8 hours a day Yin yoga will help stretch it out. This is an all-levels class, where you take your practice is up to you.
A non-heated welcoming space for students who are new to yoga, or for more experienced students who want to reconnect with the fundamentals. This Hatha Yoga class is taught with a combination of dynamic joint freeing series, sun salutations and deep relaxation. There is plenty of opportunity to learn, particularly for beginners, and expand even a seasoned practitioner. This is a whole-body workout, top-to-bottom, side to side and front to back.
iRest® Yoga Nidra
is a research-based transformative practice of deep relaxation and meditation. This guided meditation is generally practiced lying down or sitting comfortably in group or individual sessions. iRest combines traditional yogic practice with Western psychology and neuroscience. Based on current studies with iRest in the military, the Defense Centers of Excellence has approved iRest as a Complementary and Alternative Medicine warranting continuing research for its use in the treatment of PTSD. In addition, the U.S. Army Surgeon General has listed Yoga Nidra (based on research with iRest) as a Tier 1 approach for addressing Pain Management in Military Care. iRest has been shown to be effective in scientific trials for conditions including chronic pain, sleep problems, depression and anxiety, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). iRest is simple to learn and easy to practice. It can be practiced by anyone, regardless of physical ability or experience with meditation. Once learned, iRest becomes a set of tools for life.