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MONDAY-SUNDAY • 60 MINUTES
This style links the breath with movement as students flow into different asanas (poses) through a series of smooth, fast-paced transitions. Vinyasa is the most popular form of yoga in the west, as it is often viewed as a powerful form of exercise that allows one to work up a sweat while diving deep into the principles of breath and movement.
Sivananda is a style of Hatha yoga. This class begins with breath work and is followed by a sequence of 12 poses done slowly and with control. Each asana (posture) is a state of meditation focused on opening chakras while stretching and strengthening the body.
This style incorporates blocks, bolsters, straps, blankets and other props to position students into various passive poses while exerting minimal to no effort. This class is aimed to create rejuvenation, relaxation and restoration. Poses are done sitting or lying down under the guidance of the instructor. This class is great to take after any Yang style class (Hatha, Ashtanga, Vinyasa).
This style allows for students to hold various passive poses for 2-5 minutes at a time in order to target the deep connective tissue within the body. This style is great for those looking for a deep stretch, a way to ease back into an active lifestyle, or anyone who is recovering from an injury. This class is great to take after any Yang style class (Hatha, Ashtanga, Vinyasa).
An introductory class to the basics of Vinyasa Yoga. The class walks through the various postures with a strong focus on alignment, balance, and proper form. This style is great for those who have never tried yoga before, or who are looking to ease their way back into the practice.
This class combines Vinyasa Yoga with Yin Yoga. It is designed to guide the student through 30 minutes of a Vinyasa flow to then transition into 30 minutes of Yin postures.
KUNDALINI & MEDITATION
In modern life today, we are constantly surrounded by an overwhelming amount of information and our minds are exhausted. One of the main goals of Kundalini Yoga – or Yoga of Awareness – is to strengthen the nervous system. Each Kundalini Yoga class uses asanas (poses), mantra and chanting (sound), pranayama (breath work), meditation and deep relaxation to help you relieve tension and increase energy in your body, calm your mind, and nourish your soul.