Yoga is a spiritual and physical discipline, which utilizes breath control, simple meditation, and specific body postures. Yoga is widely practiced for health, relaxation and promoting a balanced life. In Sanskrit, the word ‘yoga’ is used to signify any form of connection. Yoga is a process of becoming more aware of who we are while unifying mind, body and soul.
Vinyasa Yoga - Levels Beginners through Advanced
The word “vinyasa” can be translated as “arranging something in a special way,” for example, yoga poses. In vinyasa yoga classes, students coordinate movement with breath to flow from one pose to the next. Slow Flow, Gentle, Ashtanga, Baptiste Yoga, Jivamukti, Power Yoga, and Prana Flow could all be considered vinyasa yoga.
Pre and Post Natal Yoga -
Class designed for all moms-to-be. Gentle variations on traditional yoga postures that specifically benefit the needs of pregnant women.
Kids Yoga - Ages 5-15
Embarking on their journey to adulthood, teaching children how to take care of their mind, body and soul, will improve their quality of life. Yoga is a great way to move the body and feel healthy. Learning to use the life force energy in their bodies, kids will feel more relaxed, focused, and motivated. Deep breathing teaches kids to become more aware, bringing clarity to their minds. When they practice yoga, they learn how to be still, helping them to listen with attention and make good decisions
Chair Yoga -
Chair Yoga is a class designed for students who have stability issues. Part of the class is performed in the chair, while other exercises are done standing holding onto the chair.
Senior Yoga - 55+
Yoga is great for everyone. Studies have proven that yoga is a remedy for stress, fatigue and pain. Yoga poses increase core strength and balance reducing the risk of fall-related injuries. Yoga is a form of exercise that can help seniors feel younger.