“Allow yourself to be a beginner. No one starts off being excellent.”
Gentle Yoga with Singing Bowls (All Levels)
Re-balance and restore with this gentle but steady practice to reset your mind and body. Props are utilized for support, to get grounded and melt tension. The practice is structured around healing and rejuvenating and is suitable for all levels of Yoga looking for a slower paced class. The beautiful and healing sounds of singing bowls enhance your experience.
Gentle Strength Flow (Level 1-2)
Only the gentle are ever really strong. Create strength, stability, and support for the spine and the whole body by syncing breath and movement in this flow based class.Find energy, strength, and flexibility while staying kind and gentle to yourself.
Tap into all of the amazing benefits of prenatal yoga throughout each stage of pregnancy. Improve body awareness to lessen common aches and pains, increase circulation, improve digestion, balance emotions, learn breath awareness and relaxation techniques, increase strength and stamina for your amazing journey into motherhood and make connections with other moms-to-be.
Vinyasa (Flow, Levels Vary)
Classes maintain awareness and focus on the breath while moving through a series of postures. The sequence of postures may be different from class to class, but always follow an intelligent progression that moves from basic to complex. This style of yoga builds heat, flexibility and strength, while maintaining focus on good alignment and sound structure. Postures may be held for longer periods of time, and will flow together to unite the body to the breath and mind. Classes range from beginner to experienced yogi.
Yin Yoga (All levels) & Restorative Yoga (All levels)
Whether you’re living with, or recovering from an injury or would simply like to slow down, center and regroup during the week these classes are for you!
Yin yoga offers long, deep releases and mostly floor poses but there may be some standing poses. We release all muscular effort to send the stress into the joints, and connective tissues.
Restorative yoga uses props to hold your body in space while using no muscular effort along with guided relaxation in each session to help students release tension, enhance range of motion, and improve flexibility.
Yoga is not about perfection; it’s about learning patience and self-care. Come share the experience of yoga as a path to natural self-healing and centering.