December 10, 2016 @ 8:00 am - 9:00 am
Vinyasa Flow Yoga
December 10, 2016 @ 9:30 am - 10:30 am
December 11, 2016 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Foundations of Yoga for Beginners
Nov. 30-Dec. 21
“Vinyasa” is the Sanskrit word for “flow.” Known for its flowing movements that smoothly transition from pose to pose. Each class varies in style and intensity.
(All experience levels are welcome! Help and modifications are given in class).
A combination of yoga, Pilates, dance, and and weight training, set to motivating music! The goal is a full-body workout that includes cardio, coordination, flexibility AND muscle shaping. Some of the moves incorporate the dance bar to help with balance. Equipment is uses in most classes, including small weights and resistance bands.
Focuses on basic philosophy, postures and techniques of yoga. Extra time is given to definitions, explanations, and help with poses and movements. Good for beginners!
Happy Hour Variety Yoga
A mix of vinyasa (flowing) movements and strong poses. This class will feel like a challenging workout, with time also spent on cooling poses and stretching.
Great for those beginning their practice or for those who don’t want a physically demanding workout. Extra time is given to stretching, as well as explanation of and help with poses.
Strong Flow Yoga
Much like Vinyasa, but with time spent on holding poses for strength and balance. We will also breakdown certain poses to work on proper alignment and technique.
(Not currently offered)
A fast paced flow, with an emphasis on poses that increase strength, stamina and flexibility — while reducing stress. Perfect if you want a good “workout!”
A slow-paced style that holds poses for long periods of time (with a focus on breathing). Yin targets the connective tissues (joints and ligaments) and is a compliment to the high-paced forms of exercise that work muscles.