Classical Yoga: Hatha Yoga class with special emphasis on integrating varieties of breathwork into the standard postural practice for maximum movement of energy. Appropriate for all levels.
Hatha 26 & 2: This Ghosh lineage yoga series is for students of any age or level. It is specifically designed to work every muscle, bone, joint, ligament, tendon, gland, and organ in your body. While improving your strength, balance, and flexibility, it will help you reshape and heal your body as well as relieve stress and tension. This yoga series brings better health to anyone willing to try it – from beginning students of any age, people with limited mobility, people with chronic illness, to athletes and experienced yoga students. No one’s too old or too young, no one’s too inflexible or too sick, no one’s too inexperienced or too advanced, to do this yoga series! Join us, see for yourself, and experience some immediate benefits including:
- Reduced stress
- Improved sleep quality
- Increased strength and endurance
- Increased flexibility and muscle tone
- Relief of joint pain
- Improved posture
- Improved circulation
- Reduced risk of injury from physical activities
- Increased energy
- Better balance, focus, and coordination
Meditative Yoga @ Valley of the Temples: All-levels outdoor practice that includes breathwork and meditation in order to connect with and benefit from the healing aspects of nature.
Slow Flow Yoga: Meditative, mindful flow of linked postures along with intervals of deep stretch and gentle core strengthening. Our evening goal is tension release and profound relaxation. All levels.
Therapeutic Yoga: Gentle practice designed to get rid of aches and pains in commonly tight/weak areas such as back, hips, knees and shoulders, bringing the whole body into harmonious alignment. All levels.
Yogalates Sculpt: Fusion strength class which brings together yoga, pilates, weight training and core for toning, tightening and a lot of fun! Intermediate level.
Yin Yoga: Yin Yoga targets connective tissues, such as ligaments, bones, and joints, of the body that are not normally are exercised very much in more vigorous styles of asana practice. It generally focuses on the hips, pelvis, and lower spine. Yin Yoga is suitable for all levels of students.
Yin yoga activity is slow, steady, and often stationary, with a sense of core softness and surrender. Yin yoga trains us in the habit of slowing down, paying attention, and listening - listening to our body, to our mind, to the soothing sound of our breath. Yin goes hand in hand with the practice of mindfulness and helps to fine-tune the various skills that bring us back to the here and now. While initially this style of yoga may seem boring, passive, or soft, yin practice can be quite challenging due to the long duration of the poses, anywhere from one to twenty minutes!
Yin Yoga is a perfect complement to the dynamic and muscular (yang) styles of yoga that emphasize internal heat and lengthening and contracting our muscles. After you have experienced Yin Yoga, even just once, you will realize that you have been doing only half of the yoga asana practice.
All Levels Flow:
We practice a variety of yoga poses with emphasis on alignment
Throughout the class all stages of the poses are shared so that the practitioner can decide where they are, what they are comfortable with and what they are looking toward. Poses vary based on those attending the class, we practice flexibility in our mind as well as our body while on the mat. Come flow with us this Tuesday.