Hatha - This all levels class will encourage you to return to the seat of your own wisdom and power to bring healing, balance and peace to your entire being.Classes may include hands-on adjustments (with your permission of course), vinyasa flow sequencing, traditional asanas including balance poses and inversions. It is a full body workout which builds strength, flexibility, balance and endurance. Music, pranayama, and meditation are also included. A focus on honoring where you are at in your practice and understanding of your body’s appropriate modifications will be emphasized.
Yin Yoga - Have you heard of yin yoga? It's a relatively new term given to a different stye of yoga: long holds of poses (mostly on the floor) that open up your connective tissues, tendons, and ligaments; or restorative yoga which allows your body to sink into the parasympathetic nervous system and heal. The term "yin yoga" is based on Taoist principles of Yin and Yang - complimentary forces. This style of yoga provides a healthy way for the body to re-calibrate and restore after workouts and more yang activities (including power or vinyasa yoga).
Hatha/Vinyasa - The intention for this class is to keep it flexible for what your body needs. This class is welcome for all levels. There will be modifications offered to fit your needs: if you want to challenge your practice or if your body needs a little extra support. This class will integrate Vinyasa (flow) linking meditative movement with breath.
Seasonal Inspired Vinyasa - An uplifting practice with unique flows that inspire you to align with the changing energies of nature and the seasons. A practice that improves physical strength, flexibility and brings balance and harmony to your life.
Gentle Hatha Yoga - This class will be a gentle slow flow as well as some longer holds. The poses will be geared towards opening the body gently and winding it down allowing for healing and relaxation to happen.
Low and Slow - This class is a combination of gentle movement, Yin poses with longer holds, and Restorative yoga (longer holds in relaxing positions). It is relaxing, opening, and healing.