...put my foot where?
So, you've taken a few yoga classes. Maybe you just have a few alignment questions. Am I doing this post right? Where am I feeling this? THIS is the class for you! This warm class is designed to answer your questions, and make you feel more comfortable in growing your practice. We will be slowing things down and are open to questions and class demos during our practice. We will be focusing on how to modify your practice to prevent or incorporate a current injury. We will introduce you to props and give you suggestions on how to bring them into your practice. And no,we aren't kidding, we really want your foot..Right..There....
Are you looking for a class that fits in your schedule right before you need to pick up the kids from school? Well, here it is! We'll start the first half of class with a gentle vinyasa flow and end with the second half of class a nice restorative to take you through the rest of your day.
All Levels Heated
A vinyasa class open to all levels of students done in a room heated above 85 degrees. Doing yoga in a heated room helps to completely warm the body which allows the body to go deeper into poses and stretches while detoxifying both the mind and body.
All Levels Music Flow
A vinyasa class open to students of all levels. This class will link the breath and the movement as you move through the poses in order to clear the mind. This class will have music playing from a variety of genres from relaxing artists, to more up beat varieties such as alternative, reggae, and popular songs of today. A fun lighthearted class still packed with rejuvenating and strengthening poses done in a vinasya flow format.
All Levels Yoga
A vinyasa class that utilizes the breath to link each movement. We will move at a good pace through the poses working our bodies into a deep sweat, while using our breath to keep our minds balanced, steady and focused. This class is open to students of all levels.
Sri K. Pattabhi Jois is credited for bringing Ashtanga Yoga to the modern world. Translated Ashtanga Yoga means “eight-limbed yoga” and refers to the eight limbs outlined by Patanjali in the Yoga Sutra. This system is a set of prescribed postures to improve circulations, create a light and strong body and a calm mind. The primary series of Ashtanga is known as Yoga Chikitsa for the healing and purification process. The vinyasa system of Ashtanga Yoga combines Ujjayi breathing with bandha control in order to produce the heat required to facilitate the purification and detoxification process. We incorporate the breath, bandhas and drishti to improve blood circulation, relieve joint pain and remove toxins and disease from the internal organs. When practiced consistently and correctly, the body not only transforms but the mind finds peace and stillness.
If you are new to yoga this class is for you. You will learn the basics of yoga postures and breathing techniques. You will leave feeling refreshed and rejuvenated from head to toe! Not flexible? No problem! You will gain the basics for a regular practice with this class, including preparing your body for a regular practice by increasing flexibility and strength, as well as your confidence on and off your mat!
Drown the Dog
Bring some friends and get to know your fellow yogis. Jump-start your weekend with an hour of fun and light hearted Vinyasa yoga followed by an optional group visit to a local eatery to wine, dine, and unwind. Your first glass of wine is on us!
This is slow-paced, and very gentle class. This class gives a good introduction to the asanas (yoga poses) for the beginner, but it is also a very relaxing and physically beneficial class to the beginner and seasoned practitioner alike. The focus is on strength, flexibility, balance, breathing and conditioning. Children ages 12 and up are welcome to attend with a parent.
Power Yoga for Athletes
Class will be based on vinyasa principles of flow, breathing techniques and alignment, but will have a strong focus on techniques for stamina for the new to seasoned runner. This is a great class to tone and build strong muscles. Open to all students, not just runners!
Powerful Vinyasa Flow
A vigorous flowing style of yoga that allows you to focus on utilizing your breath to guide your movements. This class is designed to bring you balance, physical strength, flexibility and a feeling of empowerment.This is a fun class open to all levels.
Powerful Vinyasa Flow Heated
A vigorous flowing style of yoga that allows you to focus on utilizing your breath to guide your movements. This class is designed to bring you balance, physical strength, flexibility and a feeling of empowerment.This is a fun class open to all levels. Room heated to ~85 - 90 degrees
Raise Your Vibration
Raise Your Vibration Sunday classes are designed to reset you in body, mind and spirit for the week ahead. Vinyasa flow at 3:15 and Guided Meditation at 4:25 with Amanda Dellow will leave you balanced, blissed and prepared to handle anything that comes your way! Raising the Vibration of yourself also contributes to elevating the consciousness of our community. What can you do this week to make it better than the last? If that is too much pressure, what can you do today to raise it up from yesterday? Set positive intentions for your life and anything is possible!
Restorative yoga teaches the body to surrender allowing for soft tissue injuries to heal, muscles to release and minds to quiet. A handful of poses are taught using yoga props such as blocks, bolsters and blankets in a quietly lit room. The body is completely supported in each pose mirroring the stretches in an active Hatha yoga class: hip openers, gentle backbends, shoulder openers, side stretches. The practice is passive and. Great for all ages, first time students, pregnancy, to compliment an active lifestyle or a more vigorous yoga practice.
In Yin Yoga, floor postures are held passively for several minutes to access a safe and positive 'stress' on the deep layers of connective tissue. Yin Yoga restores and maintains the natural mobility of the joints, primarily between the navel and the knees. Energetically, Yin Yoga opens the body's meridian system. This practice emphasizes stillness and silence and prepares the body and mind for meditation.