Please note: All classes, unless otherwise noted, are
adult classes. Students must be at least 14 year of age to attend these classes.
Intro & Guided Meditation click here
For those students who have never done yoga this is the perfect place
to start. This class provides an introduction to the fundamentals of proper alignment, support and breath awareness in
the basic Yoga postures (asanas), The class emphasizes the standing postures and the sun salutation series is introduced
as the session progresses.
For students who have completed Yoga Foundations or who have previous
experience. Students continue to work with the basic postures to develop increased strength, flexibility and awareness. The postures
and breath awareness are refined and some variations are introduced. Surya Namaskar (Sun Salutation Flow) and
introductory flows are used in all Level 1 classes except the Iyengar style.
Postures increase in intensity and difficulty as strength and
endurance develop. Depending upon teacher's preference, flows are introduced with increasing levels of difficulty. Preparations
for inversions are introduced. Students are strongly encouraged to begin a home practice.
For ongoing Yoga students. Greater strength and flexibility is required.
Pranyama is included. Inversions are a regular part of the practice at this level. It is recommended that students at
this level maintain a regular home practice as well.
Children's Yoga (check
schedule for ages)
games and activities, we will explore yoga postures to help children feel grounded, find their balance and begin exploring
their own creativity. Children will increase their self-awareness and self confidence
through movement and breath awareness . Children in these age groups are already exploring abstract concepts such as cooperation,
freedom, security, loss and generosity. Adventures in Yoga explores these concepts and more.
Yoga (1 Hour)
This class offers a
guided practice and is best suited to those students who have previously been introduced to the yoga
basics. This is a great class for current students wanting an extra, guided practice during the week, students
returning from a break in their practice, and those whose schedules don't allow for regular attendance in an ongoing
class. Please note that this is a multi level class that is of shorter
duration. You will not receive the individual attention or step by step introduction to the postures and breathwork that is
offered in the ongoing session classes. If you are a beginning student or are looking for a more in depth understanding of
yoga or to deepen your practice we would encourage you to join a 10 week class.
Core Yoga will help strengthen abdominals, pelvic muscles, mid and lower back
muscles, and even your hip muscles. Many of your body’s movements originate from your core, working toward improving
its strength will enhance your posture, spinal alignment, stability, easier breathing and more. The class will warm up with
sun salutations, then moves into core-focused poses. Class can move from vigorous to holding postures for core strength.
This class is
designed for students who need a slower pace and therapeutic approach to their practice. Creative adaptations help them
find their way into the yoga postures comfortably. A
variety of props are used to afford students the ability to work at their
own level and pace to accomodate restrictions and/or limitations.
Level appropriate pranayama is included to facilitate relaxation and stress reduction.
Prenatal Yoga - not currently
This class offers a gentle yoga practice intended to empower the expectant
mother. Honor your pregnancy with a practice designed to awaken your energy and influence your body positively
as you progress through the stages of pregnancy and prepare for the birth of your little one. All levels welcome.
Chi s an ancient Chinese martial art that coordinates slow flowing movements with the breath. These graceful movements
improves strength, flexibility, balance and concentration. In the introduction class you will learn some of the basic principles
of tai chi and the beginning movements of the 24 Simplified form. In Tai Chi I you will learn the next 12 movements of the
24 Simplified form. The slow dance like movements of Tai chi benefit people of all ages and physical capabilities.