A system of yoga transmitted to the modern world by Sri K. Pattabhi Jois (1915-2009). This method of yoga involves synchronizing the breath with a progressive series of postures and process producing internal heat that can help to detoxify muscles and organs. The result is improved circulation, a light and strong body, and a calm mind.
A gentle yoga class. Some of the postures and exercises are done standing up but most will be done seated in a chair. Develop increased flexibility and strength along with learning skills to lower stress and anxiety. This is a class designed especially for students who have difficulty getting up and down on the floor. Nothing will be done kneeling, seated or lying on the floor. Wear comfortable, loose fitting clothing. Chairs will be provided.
Breathing and moving, flowing through asanas. Mindfully experience a variety of movements & postures. All levels will find their edge.Toggle Content
A class of gentle poses, suitable for all ages and levels of ability.
This uplifting yoga class incorporates traditional Hatha Yoga postures, including sun salutations to warm up, whole body strengthening, balancing and long-held stretches that will create better joint health and mobility. As a more traditional yoga class, you will also practice various breath exercises that have been shown to create more vitality and focus. This class is for Yoga practitioners of all levels although some degree of physical fitness getting up and down from the floor to standing is recommended.
Move through the asanas to release the stress of the day held in your body. Breathing exercises, restorative and yin exercises to bring the body back to equilibrium. All levels will love this class.
Vigorous class linking breath & movement. Developing inner tranquility while being physically stretched and challenged. Mobility is a must but modifications are always available.
Yin Yoga is known as the quiet yoga, it concentrates on connective tissue and bones, the parts of the body that are closest to our core and critical to our physical well-being and range of motion. The postures are all practiced on the floor and each is held for a lengthy period, usually three to five minutes. This intense non-movement allows the muscles to relax and the deep connective tissue to be gently stretched, encouraging the free flow of energy throughout the body. Above all, Yin Yoga is a gentle practice that brings yoga back to its internal meditative roots, teaching us to relax and accept ourselves just as we are.