Our All Levels Vinyasa is intended to meet you wherever you are at in your practice. This class offers a dynamic Vinyasa flow that will provide challenges for those with experience as well as accessible options for those newer to the practice. Participation in Beginner Yoga Series is recommended prior to taking All Levels. Expect to sweat a little, smile a lot and flow. Room will typically run around 80+ degrees.
Use your breath and body to get your brain moving in a MUCH more positive direction! This class combines the best of all worlds: yoga postures, meditation, positive psychology and physical movement to gently get your life back on track. Appropriate for ALL skill levels.
This is a moderately paced class and students continue to build awareness, strength, skill, and focus. It is helpful to have completed a series of Yoga Foundation classes or Ashtanga 101, but this is not required to attend the class. Students of all levels will find this class accessible. Modifications are given to make the practice accessible to all students.
Hatha yoga refers to a set of physical exercises (asanas) designed to align the muscles and bones and open the many energy channels of the body, especially the spine, so that energy can flow freely. Hatha yoga is intended to create a balance of strength and flexibility in the body as well as a balance of effort and surrender in each asana. A powerful tool for self-transformation, Hatha yoga requires that one pay special attention to the breath, which helps calm the fluctuations of the mind. This allows the practitioner to become more present in the unfolding of each moment, resulting in more awareness and relaxation.
Build strength, burn fat, improve your cardiovascular fitness, look good AND feel good with this incredibly effective training program. Every age and fitness level can benefit from this class -- we all need strong muscles and ones to prevent injury and maintain our daily acts of living!
The focus of our Beginner Yoga Series is to encourage centering and receptiveness that lays the groundwork for openness both physically and mentally. Beginner Yoga provides a safe,supportive environment to explore the basics of practicing yoga while building strength and skill. You will learn the basics of sun salutations, foundation yoga postures and shapes, and the importance of connecting with the breath. Although this class is geared towards beginners whith little or no prior yoga experience, those with some experience can benefit from revisiting essential alignment, flow, and breath-work principles. This class is not affiliated with any one style of yoga (Ashtanga, Hatha, Vinyasa, etc.); it provides students with the building blocks to comfortably access any of these styles of practice.
What to Wear: Women often wear athletic tops with yoga capris or shorts. Men usually wear just shorts, or shorts and an athletic top.
What to Eat or Drink before Class: Come to class well-hydrated, with your last meal at least two hours before class.
What to Bring to Class: A yoga mat, a yoga towel or large bath towel to place over your yoga mat, and water. We have all of this available for rental or purchase. Also, bring an open mind!
When to Arrive: Arrive at least 10 minutes early for your new student orientation.
Studio Facility: We have restrooms, separate women’s and men’s changing room areas with showers, hair dryers, and cubbies for your belongings. We do not have lockers. There is plenty of parking in our large parking lot.
The Class Itself: Classes are 60 minutes. Our certified instructor directs you through each of the postures for the duration of the class. If you ever need a break, just sit down on your mat, connect with your breath, and rest until you’re ready for more.
Sweat: Sweat is the body’s natural cooling system, so let the sweat pour. Sweat is also the body’s way of detoxifying. With every drop of sweat you are detoxifying and purifying.
After Class: Hydrate after class, and savor your renewed energy, clarity and peace of mind.