Hot Flow

Practiced in a hot room this fun and challenging class will have you moving dynamically and rhythmically while connecting movement with breath.  The continuous flow of asanas makes this class feel like a dance.  Prepare to dance your asana off!

Reduce and resolve pain and tension in the body using the SomaYoga Methodology.  The goal is to create more mobility, stability and strength through conscious movement using the least   possible effort with the most possible awareness.  We will be retraining the brain to combat and eliminate Sensory Motor Amnesia.

This ‘all levels class’, combines yoga postures with mobility training, providing a focus on joint health to improve and maintain active mobility.  Practice will work to expand the body’s functional ranges of motion along with increased neurological and muscular control.

This class is designed to awaken, strengthen and stretch your muscles in innovative and effective ways.  We will focus on a theme and /or body part/s while making use of various props, isometric strengthening movements and longer held stretches to really tone and lengthen the various muscle groups.  This is a great opportunity to diversify your practice and create alternative fundamentals to further increase the connection of mind-body awareness along with strength and flexibility. Some experience required.

Based on the traditional methods of Vinyasa yoga, a style in which the control of breath (Pranayama) is essential and sets the pace for your practice.

Utilize inhales and exhales through sun salutations (Surya Namaskar) and intelligently sequenced poses (Asana) to help build endurance, develop strength and increase flexibility.

Often described as meditation in motion, this dynamic form of yoga creates a sense of interconnectedness by exploring the Bandhas (Body Locks), Mudras (Hand Gestures) and Dristi (Gaze) within balancing poses, folds, twists, backbends, inversions and more.

This vigorous practice is a great foundation for the higher intensity Power classes and offers many opportunities to modify and challenge both experienced yogis and beginners.

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Based on the Taoist concept of yin and yang- opposite and complementary principles in nature. Yin is the stable & passive aspect of a practice; yang is the changing & active side of a practice. 
In the body, the connective tissues (tendons, ligaments, fascia) is yin, while the more mobile and pliable muscles and blood are yang. 
 These tissues are activated by gently stressing them and holding a yin pose for a period of time usually 3-5 minutes resulting in a longer and stronger body. For students looking for more flexibility, fluidity and a healthier body.

Based on the traditional Hatha practice, this class will give you a more challenging experience using Hatha Basics as a building block. This class is for students who are looking for a broader range of poses that will challenge them. Previous yoga experience is recommended

A gentler approach as compared to the Hatha Yoga. A more traditional style that focuses on proper alignment, breath connection and focus with mindfulness. The basic yoga postures are combined with regulated breath and performed in a systematic and accessible manner. This class will help reduce stress, increase energy, stretch and strengthen the muscles and encourage you to breathe more freely and fully. For those new to yoga.

Links traditional Hatha postures into a sequence of movements that flow naturally from one to the next.  This eclectic class will explore variations of sun salutations, standing and seated poses along with body balancing.  Modifications will be provided for postures to enhance flexibility, alignment, and strength and make this class accessible for all.  Connecting the breath with the movement of the body during the “flow” of yoga and deepening into the “stretch” allows energy to flow and provides relaxation for the busy mind. For students with some yoga experience.

Based on the Taoist concept of yin and yang- opposite and complementary principles in nature. Yin is the stable & passive aspect of a practice; yang is the changing & active side of a practice. 
In the body, the connective tissues (tendons, ligaments, fascia) is yin, while the more mobile and pliable muscles and blood are yang. 
 These tissues are activated by gently stressing them and holding a yin pose for a period of time usually 3-5 minutes resulting in a longer and stronger body. For students looking for more flexibility, fluidity and a healthier body.

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