A vital component to everyone's daily routine, yoga not only increases flexibility, fluidity, and strength in the body -- creating long and lean muscles, but also helps to quiet the mind as we are pulled by the different and often competing demands of human life.
Vinyasa Flow: A dynamic and fluid system focusing on coordinating breath with movement. Poses are linked together to create a flowing practice which stretches, strengthens and tones your body, inside and out. Taught in a non-competitive environment, variations for all levels of students are offered, allowing students to work at their own pace. Some basic knowledge of yoga poses and alignment is recommended.
Powerflow Vinyasa: Explore and go to your edge with this vigorous, athletic class emphasizing cardiovascular fitness and core strength. Prepare to sweat. Basic knowledge of yoga poses and alignment strongly recommended.
Advanced Flow: If you have practiced for some time and have a solid understanding of the poses taught in the Vinyasa classes, but wish you could practice more thoroughly the more challenging poses (arm balances and inversions) this is your chance. Taught in a workshop setting, advanced poses are taught in a more detailed manner to keep you safe and confident.
Teen Yoga: A great introduction to yoga for girls through a playful flow class that will focus on developing flexibility, strength, coordination and body awareness. Segments on meditation and breathing will promote relaxation, stress-reduction, and connection with the inner self.
Ashtanga Style Flow: Based on the primary series of Ashtanga Yoga, you will practice a set sequence of poses each and every week. It is an athletic, yet therapeutic class which allows students to learn about their strengths and weaknesses while observing how their practice leads to progress.
Beginner Yoga: A great introduction to yoga for that will focus on developing flexibility, strength, coordination and body awareness. This class will challenge you while providing a great knowledge base of the practice.
Slow Flow: Take the fast flowing pace out of your typical vinyasa class and slow things down. Taking it down a notch allows you to really experience the poses and all that they have to offer you. You will develop strength and flexibility in your body while learning to lengthen and extend your breath.