An energizing flow of yoga postures that will harness the power of your body and true spirit of the soul. Power Vinyasa has proven to be a great way to relieve the stress we all experience with our busy lives, with the bonus of extra energy and a renewed sense of balance. Class is heated to 90-95 degrees.
Hour of Power
A 60-minute version of the Power Vinyasa class. Class is heated to 90-95 degrees.
This series of rejuvenating movements is focused on strengthening your core while relaxing the areas of the body that are most impacted by prolonged sitting, typing, texting and other habits that create poor posture.Anahata Vinyasa is wonderful for frequent flyers or commuters who suffer from tight shoulders and hip flexors from excessive hours bent over a desk in front of a computer. Class is heated to 90-95 degrees.
Hot Hatha Yoga
Unlike the flowing of Vinyasa yoga, students in Hot Hatha will be asked to maintain their poses longer so they can enjoy deeper rewards from each movement while they work on proper form and alignment that builds both stamina and endurance. Class is heated to 95-100 degrees.
This foundation of flow-based yoga is recommended for students at any every stage of their journey – from first time/beginners to intermediate/advanced.
The word “Hatha” describes a union of opposites – “ha” meaning “sun” (exertion) and “tha” meaning “moon” (restoration). The combination of Hatha Flow is practiced in a heated studio to engage every part of the body through sequences that can be both rigorous and restorative to fully open the engaged mind through conscious breath. Hatha Flow classes build a strong foundation for developing yoga practices that will challenge practitioners of all levels through intelligent, inspiring flow.
Primary emphasis in Hatha Flow is placed on cultivating flow within the body to support the mind in a deep and dynamic engagement with basic yoga postures. Emphasis on the powerful principles of alignment will awaken and unleash the transformative potential of yoga in each student.
Class is heated to 95-100 degrees.
Neoflow Yoga is a new embodiment system based on wave motion. It combines the meditative flow of yoga with the body-sculpting power of barre technique and the embodied poetry of dance.
A Neoflow sequence is based on circular, spiral, and undulating wave patterns. Synthesizing the macro-waves of fluid vinyasa with the micro-oscillations of barre, Neoflow ignites the body into rhythmic, pulsating, transformative flow. The result is a challenging and inspiring practice that cultivates strength, synergy, power, and grace.
A Neoflow Yoga Open Flow is a powerful 75 minute class suitable for all levels. It uses a fit ball in conjunction with a yoga mat.
A Neoflow Yoga Power Flow is a fast-paced and challenging 75 minute class suitable for practitioners comfortable with Power Vinyasa.
Fit balls are provided, or feel free to bring your own. Class capacity is 25 students. Class is heated to 95-100 degrees.
Lower temperatures make this a safe and nurturing place class at any stage of pregnancy. The movements are designed to reduce the common discomforts associated with expecting a new child, while it gently prepares the body for labor. Class is not heated.
This extended weekend class is your personal reward to relieve the stress of your busy week. Your 90-minute vacation begins with one hour of Hatha Yoga followed by a half hour of Restorative Yoga that concludes with portions of Yin Yoga (deep stretching of the body’s connective tissues), Yoga Nidra (the yoga of sleep) and short meditations.
Break away from the tension of the week as you delight in the bliss of the weekend.
Class is heated to 95-100 degrees for the Hatha Yoga portion, and then the heat is turned off for the Restorative Yoga portion.
Come experience this powerful class designed to teach you to slow down, de-compress, let go, and heal. Yin Yoga works deeply into the connective tissues (ligaments, tendons, cartilage and fascia), in order to heal joints and increase flexibility through slow, gentle and sustained traction. Postures are passive and held for a length of time to increase awareness and prana flow to suggested areas.
Why is it important to practice Yin Yoga? Most people familiar with yoga, are familiar with Yang forms of Yoga (such as Power Vinyasa and Hatha Flow), as this tends to be more common in Western culture. Yang practices stimulate the muscles in the body, encouraging strength and great physical health. Over time, however, it is important for Vinyasa practitioners to counterbalance their Yang practice with Yin Yoga at least once a week to prevent the joints of the body from weakening and becoming susceptible to injury. As one ages, a lack of flexible joints in the body increases the risk of pain. When you look at the elderly or injured athletes, you will often see that the degeneration lies within the joints. Yin Yoga focuses on slowly stretching the connective tissues around joints, which in turn also helps to strengthen them.
Class is not heated.
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