Yoga is a foundational practice that we encourage for everyone, as it truly synergizes mind, body and spirit. And because wellness and health are as dynamic as life, we offer other types of classes (such as tai chi, qigong and foam-roller) which can be beneficially integrated into your yoga practice.
We aim to provide a comfortable yoga studio environment that students of all kinds – from experienced yogis to curious beginners – can happily call home. Our yoga and movement classes are open to every fitness level and can be modified to accommodate any level of practice.
Root Yoga is a fun and safe place to learn and build on the fundamentals of yoga. Vinyasa has been described as a “state of grace.” It is a dynamic practice which integrates breath with flowing movement to increase concentration, muscular strength, inner calm and awareness. Root Yoga focuses on breath and alignment, refining the transitions between poses and fine-tuning the mechanics of the poses themselves.
Root Yoga is designed to help seasoned yogis perfect their movements and get the most from their yoga practice. And if you’re new to yoga, it’s the the perfect place to start. Show up as you are. All are welcome. Come fall in love with yoga.
Vinyasa Yoga has been described as a “state of grace.” It is a dynamic practice which integrates breath with flowing movement to increase concentration, muscular strength, inner calm and awareness. Classes are accompanied by music, which helps rejuvenate and balance the practice. Our teachers incorporate their personal expertise and creativity, making each Vinyasa class a unique experience. This is a non-heated class.
Vinyasa is suitable for all levels, though classes will have a quicker pace than Hatha.
Hatha Yoga is the foundation of all forms of yoga and translates as the yoga that brings opposites together—“ha” meaning sun and “tha” meaning moon. Students are encouraged to concentrate on the inner experience of the various asanas (poses) so the steadiness of mind and body becomes evident. There is a focus on alignment and breath. Hatha practice helps foster a grounded framework for expansive growth and change. Because Hatha moves at a deliberate and mindful pace, it’s often used to complement a more vigorous exercise and can aid in healing from injury.
Hatha Yoga is suitable for all levels but especially wonderful for beginners, those who are getting back into their practice, and those who prefer a more mindful practice.
Power Vinyasa is a vibrant, inspiring form of yoga which will leave you feeling grounded and energized. It is demanding, incorporating traditional Ashtanga poses along with a deep and fluid breath. In this flow style of yoga you will detoxify your body, improve digestion, stimulate your metabolism and normalize hormones, which will result in more restful sleep. Also referred to as “meditation in motion,” Power Vinyasa clears the mind and eliminates stress and tension that collects in the body. The studio is heated to about 90 degrees during Power classes.
Power Vinyasa is suitable for all levels, especially for those seeking a more intense experience.
Restorative yoga consists of relaxed postures that are held for several minutes at a time, resulting in a calming and restorative practice. It emphasizes the health of joints and connective tissues, which are common areas of injury and decreased mobility over time. Restorative Yin is ideal for stress relief, provides an excellent balance with other forms of yoga and exercise, and is effective in preparing practitioners for meditation.
Restorative yoga has a multitude of benefits and is suitable for all levels: old or young, beginning or seasoned practitioners, active or sedentary, injured or otherwise.
Yin is a slow-paced style of yoga with postures that are held for longer periods of time to promote flexibility, relieve stress, ease pain… and basically improve your overall yoga practice. Beginners may hold poses from 45 seconds to two minutes; more advanced practitioners may stay in one pose for five minutes or more. This style of yoga targets the deep connective tissues of the body (vs. the superficial tissues). You're encouraged to relax in the posture, which softens the muscle and moves it closer to the bone, offering a much deeper access to the body and promoting a satisfying shift of mind to a deeper meditative state.
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