Our style is Vinyasa yoga, a yoga flow, commonly referred to as “power yoga”. Flexibility of the mind as we begin our yoga journey, is more important than flexibility of the body.
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These classes are for people who have never taken yoga or have very limited experience. The basic principles and postures as well as the Sun Salutations will be taught; giving the students an opportunity to begin a short flow while creating a fun, nurturing environment.
All Levels Flow
These classes are offered when the studio is less busy. The teacher is able to work with every students level on a more individual basis. These classes are for students who need a little more attention, or more challenge than a beginner class. A very mixed level class.
These classes are a gateway for students who have several Beginner classes under their belt and would like to start trying to move more quickly through the vinyasa while adding new postures. This class is also for people with some experience in yoga or who are coming back to yoga after a lay off. These classes provide the perfect mix for students looking to expand their practices while continuing to work on alignment and fundamentals. The collective experience level of the students present will determine the pace of the class. This class will also focus on building endurance and strength using familiar poses while working toward more advanced poses.
These classes are designed to allow students to flow through the postures. We will explore more arm balances and inversions in this class. Students should have confidence in their knowledge of the vinyasa flow and willingness to learn and explore more advanced asanas.
Restorative yoga enables deep relaxation as you hold poses for longer periods of time with the help of props (blankets, blocks and bolsters) to completely support you.When you are practising restorative yoga, you will feel a sense of motionlessness and shapelessness, and this can lead you to feel some emotional discomfort and vulnerability. If this happens, stay with the breath and allow it to pass
are classes taught each month with a different teacher on a subject of their choice. This will be a fun way to explore different ideas and poses within the asana practice.
All of our classes have a warm, friendly, fun environment so that no matter what your ability is you will have a positive experience. An open mind is all you really need.
Yin yoga is a slow paced yoga where your breath will be the focal point as you hold poses for several minutes. Yin is also for anyone who is dealing with injuries or a chronic condition like arthritis or osteoporosis. In Yin yoga postures are seated or reclined poses, since they require your muscles to be fully relaxed. Yin yoga is the perfect balance to those intense exercises, providing a slower, more meditative counterpart to help you round out your workouts.