Align with your body and breath, create a strong foundation, and find balance through thoughtful movement in this challenging class. If you like more direction and alignment cues to breakdown postures, ALIGN will ensure you are moving safely in and out of each pose. This class offers a more traditional approach. Accessible for all levels, with options for a more or less energetic groove.
This special event is offered monthly and is specifically designed for those who are interested in adding the use of pure essential oils to their yoga practice. Each month will have a different theme and essential oils interwoven into class. The practice ranges from restorative/yin to a gentle flow or stretching class. If you are a student who enjoys the smell of essential oils this class is for you. Accessible for all levels.
This class follows a dynamic sequence of poses designed to stretch, strengthen, and detoxify your body. In this supportive and welcoming class, students will get the opportunity to practice the Ashtanga Yoga sequence, expect to sweat and be challenged! Class will follow the Primary Ashtanga Series. Some simple hands on adjustments will be offered, and modifications of poses will be shown for all ability levels. Sanskrit posture names and counts are used as much as possible. The technique and theory will be explained and experienced. This class will give you the opportunity to flow, breathe, and sweat at a mellow pace.
New to yoga? This class guides students through the building blocks of a variety of foundational yoga poses. The focus is on standing postures and their alignment and modifications for those new and injured. Come to learn, play, and maybe even break a sweat in a supportive environment. You don’t need to be able to touch your toes; you just have to be willing to try!
Learn basic pranayama (breathing techniques) that will purify and calm the mind, followed by guided meditation. Through purification of the mind, intellect, subtle bodies, and the physical body we find balance. Calm and rhythmic breathing is the 1st step towards a personal meditation practice, in order to help detach the mind from the noise and restlessness of everyday life. Find a state of pure consciousness and peace within. This class may include 15 to 20 minutes of silence allowing you to just BREATHE.
Chair yoga is a great practice for anyone wanting to improve balance, strength, flexibility, and an overall sense of well being. Practice sitting in the chair or standing, using the chair for support. A perfect option for those who can't or choose not to get down on a mat, students engage body, mind, and spirit with a focus on breath throughout. Each practice ends with Savasana and meditation.
This class provides a new approach to an ancient practice. FLOW combines simple yoga postures, light meditation with an inspirational spirit to take with you off-the-mat. Sync your movement with your breath and feel the FLOW. Accessible for all levels, with options for a more or less energetic groove.
A calming, stress-relieving practice to stretch and strengthen the body gradually. With a focus on connecting breath to movement, this class is ideal for yoga beginners or those who prefer a calm, quieter practice.
Yoga Nidra, or yogic sleep, is one aspect of pratyahara yoga practice. The entire practice is performed lying on your back, in Savasana. The teacher will guide you through a practice, which includes setting a sankalpa, a rotation of consciousness through the entire body, an awareness of breath, feelings, and sensations, and a short visualization.
This is a relaxing yoga practice. RESTORE offers supportive postures using lots of props and cushions to ease your body into a state of pure relaxation. We generally move through 5-10 poses supported by props. Very little movement is required. Class attendance is limited because of props required; therefore, we require payment upon booking.
This is a natural, healing practice, that focuses on the connective tissue. Based on these principles, YIN uses passive postures held for longer periods of time to allow for deep opening in the connective tissue of the hips, pelvis and spine. This class may also serve as an introduction to meditative practice while safely connecting with your body in a new way.