Vinyasa translates to movement.
IMAGO PRIMES are warmed.
ATHLETIC-PACED classes are heated.
SPECIALITY CLASSES vary.
An embodied practice doesn’t translate to a higher number or more physically intense class.
If you’re brand new to yoga or interested in developing your yoga foundations, Vinyasa 1 is for you.
Develop body awareness through common yoga postures, become engaged with the breath, and discover the relationship with self on the mat.
teaching focus includes; detailed cueing , time to explore sensations in common yoga postures , establishing rhythm in the breath , building confidence to move , creating stability
Develop and challenge your foundations in Vinyasa 1/2.
Being offered advanced variations of common postures will nudge you to reflect on limitations and aspirations.
teaching focus includes; detailed cueing , time to curiously explore sensations in both common yoga postures and their variations , building rhythm and technique into breathing, simultaneously building and challenging stability
Challenge and broaden your asana practice in Vinyasa 2/3.
You will be tasked with knowing technique and self well enough to make the appropriate choices in pose and pace. Curiosity should come close to matching capacity.
Consider this class if you’re consistently practicing for 4-6 hours per week.
An upbeat class with an emphasis on building strength and stamina.
Expect a challenging, empowering class encouraging you to have fun while mindfully finding your edge. Did someone say take your flow?
*great for people who are ready to add heat to their practice
Create focus and rhythm for your day by starting it off with this lively morning class.
Expect a balance of strength and flexibility stepping you into the day with a clear mind, open lungs, and bodily awareness.
*great for people who have a foundational sense of yoga poses
everyBODY YogaFriendly Yoga class for seniors, adults, recovering or individuals interested in the subtle. How is this for everyBODY? The teacher uses props such as chairs**, blocks, knee cushions, and blankets making this seated and standing position class modifiable for all. The aim is to breathe, stretch, and gently strengthen though easy but effective sequences. This class is especially beneficial for aging and recovery as it builds strong balance at whatever stage in life.
**chairs are used for those who cannot sit comfortably on the floor, and/or for stability in standing postures
Yin is a steady, low to the floor practice encouraging the bodies connective tissues and energetic body to release little by little for greater range of motion. Poses are held for several minutes integrating sensation of the breath and body for an after class feeling of restoration and relaxation.
NIA : Expressive Movement
The Nia technique is a high energy, expressive movement practice that combines elements of Yoga, modern Jazz, and Duncan Dance (martial arts). Class is part choreographed and part free-dance. This allows you to practice letting go, channeling your inner child, and having fun! Nia engages body, mind and spirit to deliver a fantastic whole-body workout ~ sweaty, creative, rhythmic, liberating, and FUN!
No experience necessary, just a willingness to have some healthy fun!
non-heated, but can get sweaty