Yoga & Pilates Classes

– Class Rates –

First time class – $10

Drop-In – $12

5 Class Pack – $55

10 Class Pack – $100 

 

~ Weekly Schedule ~ 

Monday:
9:30 – 10:30 AM – Pilates
6:30 – 7:30 PM – Candlelit Slow Flow

Tuesday:
6:00 – 7:15 PM – Kundalini
7:30 – 8:30 PM – Vinyasa Flow

Wednesday:
10:00 – 11:15 AM – Kundalini
6:30 – 7:45 PM – Core. Prana. Flow.

Thursday:
6:00 – 7:15 PM – Kundalini

Saturday:
9:00 – 10:15 AM – Core Strength Vinyasa
10:45 – 11:30 AM – BarreFlow

Sunday:
10:45 – 12:00 PM – Kripalu Yoga

 

 

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~ Class Descriptions ~ 

Kripalu Yoga– meaning, compassion, is a modern style of yoga that has been adapted from ancient Hatha yoga practices. It consists of a sequence of physical postures in no particular order, accompanied by breathing exercises and relaxation. The aim of Kripalu yoga is to guide the awareness of the yogi inward focusing on the flow of prana, or life force energy. People of all age groups and fitness levels can practice this form of yoga.

Guided Healing Meditation- Since ancient times yogis have used breath work, visualization and meditation to promote healing, to restore balance, and to achieve peace of mind. In these sessions you will be guided in meditation and meditation techniques; and you will learn safe ways to use breath, visualization and meditation to achieve calmness, and to promote and protect your well being. Prior experience is not necessary and this class is suitable for all levels of yoga and meditation practitioners.

Core Strength Vinyasa/Core Prana Flow- draws its roots from Shiva Rea’s strong Prana Flow and is strongly influenced by Sadie Nardini/Core Strength Vinyasa, who’s teaching is grounded in biomechanics, physics and anatomy. This style considers the modern body as it relates to this ancient practice so you can be safe and effective. Each class is developed and sequenced to build you to a peak posture using classical alignment and deep foundations to ignite the Agni (internal fire) within you. Flowing postures and breath are woven together,also utilizing core-generated alignment, improving safety and stability. Fun music, meditation and humor are intertwined to create a full experience!on into this amazing space for a vigorous practice, and go at your own pace!

Candle Lit Slow Flow- Slow Flow is a slower, more relaxing Vinyasa practice. Vinyasa is a flowing, dynamic yoga practice that cultivates presence by connecting movement with breath. Most classes feature several elements of traditional yoga—including sun salutations, standing poses, dynamic stretching, and pranayama (breathwork). Great for beginners, All levels welcome.

Hatha Yoga– The term is derived from the Sanskrit ha, meaning “sun,” and tha, meaning “moon.” The practice aims to unite the active and receptive qualities represented by each celestial being. Practitioners of Hatha yoga use physical alignment and breathing control to achieve equilibrium between the active body and its universe. The resulting harmony manifests itself as physical strength, physiological health and emotional well-being.

Vinyasa – Vinyasa is a flowing, dynamic yoga practice that cultivates presence by connecting movement with breath. Most classes feature several elements of traditional yoga—including sun salutations, standing poses, dynamic stretching, and pranayama (breathwork).

Pranayama Meditation– uses different controlled breathing techniques to deepen awareness of the mind and body.  By turning our gaze inward, we can find home and exploration within ourselves.  By Donation

Candle Lit Restorative– Restorative Yoga guides you toward better health and well being as you rest in gentle poses with the support of props, soothing breath work, and nurturing touch. If you’re recovering from an injury or illness, if you’re new to Yoga, or simply need an evening to relax & restore, this is the class for you! It promises to be a deeply healing and meditative experience. Everyone is welcome.

Gentle Vinyasa Flow – Sequential movement that interlinks postures and breath to form a continuous flow. It creates a movement meditation that reveals all forms as being impermanent and for this reason are not held on to.

Kundalini Yoga- Kundalini Yoga is referred to as the yoga of awareness. Each Kundalini Yoga class incorporates movement (Asana), dynamic breathing techniques, meditation, deep relaxation, and the chanting of mantras. These aspects are combined into series of movements called Kriyas (complete action). Some Kriyas are dynamic and energetic, others are slow and meditative.  Kundalini Yoga strengthens the nervous system, stimulates the glandular system, develops flexibility and tones muscles. It works very fast. It greatly increases mental energy and gives you a deep inner calm, strength, and grace. Perfect for all levels. If you’ve ever been told that you are an “old soul” this is the class for you.

Pilates Yoga Fusion- Not to be confused with PIYO, this is a TRUE combination of the best of Pilates core strengthening and Vinyasa flow that provides you with a workout that tones and strengthens you from head to toe. This class will challenge your entire body and provide an incredible mind/body experience while focusing on building the core.  The dynamic blend of movement increases strength, balance and agility while creating long, lean muscles.

Pilates Mat Class – focuses on developing core strength, flexibility, balance, stamina and a mind/body connection. Although Pilates is thought of as a “core” focused modality, it is still a full body workout that challenges your core the entire time. The exercises are presented at multiple levels, which allows students to choose to work at a beginning, intermediate, or advanced pace. Students become aware of breathing patterns and spinal alignment while engaging the deep muscles of the core. Blocks are incorporated to enhance and intensify the workout. No previous Pilates experience is necessary to join a mat class.

BarreFlow– Inactivity, long periods of sitting in cars, wearing heels and sitting in front of a computer all have negative impacts on our posture. Over time, most of us develop varying degrees of the postural abnormalities known as upper and lower crossed syndromes.  Upper-crossed syndrome is characterized by rounded shoulders and a forward head and can, over time, result in neck pain, tension headaches and shoulder issues.  Lower- crossed syndrome is characterized by an anterior pelvic tilt, an arched lower back and what appears to be a pushed out belly. Over time, this can lead to lower back pain, sciatica or knee pain.  The BarreFlow programming has been designed with these common postural deviations in mind and aims to stretch those muscles that are excessively tight or tonic and strengthen those that are weak or over-lengthened. The efficiency of our programming relies heavily on the concept of reciprocal inhibition.

 

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