This class will take the student through the first half of the Ashtanga Yoga sequence. This is a great class for students that want to build strength and stamina. In this class the teacher will call out the names of the poses in Sanskrit according to the classical vinyasa count. 75 minutes
Yin is a slow-paced style of yoga with postures that are held for longer periods of time. Yin yoga poses apply moderate stress to the connective tissues of the body, tendons, fascia and ligaments, with the aim of increasing circulation in the joints and improving flexibility. 60 minutes
Delve into the basics of yoga practice. This is an appropriate class for beginners or any student who would like to explore the fundamentals of asana and breath. This foundational class will examine the principles of proper alignment, breathing techniques and quieting the mind. Held at a slower pace it focuses on stretching all areas of the body, while releasing stress and tension from joints and muscles. Emphasis is always on self-awareness, breath and honoring the body. 60/75 minutes
Ashtanga Yoga has been taught in India for centuries.This particular system of yoga is derived from the teaching's of Sri K. Pattabhi Jois. It is a fast-paced dynamic sequence. In this class the students with some Ashtanga or other vinyasa style experience are verbally guided through the full traditional sequence of postures. Students develop steadiness of breath, mental focus and core awareness. 90 minutes
This is a power vinyasa sequence based on the principles of Ashtanga Yoga. The emphasis is on technique, tradition, alignment and inspiration. This is an appropriate class for all levels. Come prepared to sweat. 60/75 minutes
Yoga is a practice that combines stretching, controlled breathing, and relaxation. Yoga helps reduce stress, lower blood pressure, improve heart function, and calm body, mind, and spirit.
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People around the world have practiced yoga for thousands of years, and millions of Americans currently enjoy its health benefits. Yoga is an effective, form of exercise that involves integration of every muscle, organ, and cell of the body, bringing balance to body and mind.