Chakra Balancing Yoga with Diana – Mondays 8:30am
This class is focused on opening up and aligning the energy centers, or chakras, in the body. Each week we will learn about a different chakra, including it’s location in the body, color association, and how the different chakras are directly related to our every day lives.
*Each class we will study a chakra and do yoga poses and meditation relating to that chakra. Diana will also be incorporating stones and essential oils to help balance the chakra. Diana is a certified yoga instructor and has been teaching yoga for 6 years. Leave this class with an ancient knowledge and balanced mind, body and spirit.
Tai Chi with Jane – Mondays 5:30pm
Tai Chi consists of fluid, gentle movements that are slow in tempo. Over the past ten years more and more research has been done that encourages people with a wide range of medical issues such as arthritis, cardiac rehab, Parkinson, stroke rehab, high blood pressure, balance problems, and depression to practice Tai Chi. Mayo Clinic has recommended Tai Chi to improve strength, flexibility, balance, well being and overall fitness. Our class combines these traditional movements with simple, easy to learn relaxation techniques. Many students have reported better balance, significant pain relief, increased sense of well being, and improved physical ability.
Hot Power Hour with Kellie – Mondays 6:30pm
60 Minute heated Vinyasa class for all levels. Turn up the heat and intensity in this strength building, core engaging class. The heated room allows you to sink deeper into postures and raise your heart rate while creating a strong connection of the mind and body. The instructor guides you through smooth transitions from one posture to another with a pranayama (breath) based flow.
Gentle Yoga with Lindsey – Tuesdays 9:00am
This class is an introduction to yoga for beginners yet also welcomes the more experienced yoga practitioner who might be in the mood for something gentler. The focus is on the breath and body awareness in a series of stretches and basic poses. Variations are offered for the more advanced student.
Pilates with Chris – Tuesdays 7:00pm
Mostly floor exercises intended to increase flexibility, mobility, balance and body awareness while creating leaner, longer looking muscles, establishing core strength and stability all in a nurturing supportive environment.
Mindful Yoga with Lindsey – Wednesdays 8:30am
Dedicate an intention during this practice.
We will be focusing on morning stretches while incorporating slow, mindful movements.
Because yoga is a mind-body practice, setting an intention can bring your yoga practice to a deeper level. An intention can guide your practice in the classroom as you stretch through increasingly challenging poses.
Over time, an intention can also better direct your actions and decisions outside the classroom whenever this, your heart’s aspiration, is called to mind.
Vin-Yin Yoga with Chris – Wednesdays 6:30pm
Class will begin with centered breathing followed by a moderate level slow flow vinyasa practice including sun salutations and standing poses. The second half of class will consist of 3 minute yin stretching poses designed to open the deep connective tissues of your hips and low back while bringing our minds into a more meditative state.
Beginner’s Yoga with Vesna – Thursdays 6:30pm
Learn the basics of yoga, terms used and proper breathing techniques to prepare yourself for advancement to vinyasa flow yoga classes. This is a class for anyone wanted to learn the basics of yoga but specifically designed for the newbie or beginner who needs a little more time, attention and learning to be able to move into any class and feel comfortable with the poses, terminology and techniques.
Centered – An Intermediate Yoga Practice with Diana – Fridays 8:30am
Nourish your body, mind and spirit with yoga! Students will be guided through the asanas, while linking movement with the breath. Essential oils and singing bowls are incorporated in each class to help you find your connection. Class will end with a relaxing meditation or “savasana”, providing students with peace and calm. Prepare to feel energized, yet relaxed for the day that awaits you!
Candlelit Restorative Yoga with Lindsey – Fridays 6:30pm
Restorative Yoga is a therapeutic style of yoga which allows the body to surrender to the pose. Practicing poses provides a completely supportive environment for total relaxation. The more your body is supported in the poses the deeper the sense of relaxation. Relaxation is a state in which there is no movement, no effort, and the brain is quiet. Why should I practice Restorative Yoga? In a chronically stressed state, quality of life and perhaps life itself is at risk. The body’s capacity to heal itself can be compromised, inhibiting recovery from injury or illness, or it may create new illness or injury, including high blood pressure, ulcers, back pain, immune dysfunction and depression. The antidote to stress is relaxation. Restorative yoga focuses on relaxation, renewal, effortlessness and ease. This practice soothes your nervous system, helps you quiet your mind and invites you to release deeply held tension. Restorative poses cultivate the habit of attention. The mind should always focus on the breath. When you notice your mind wandering bring it back to the breath. You can also focus on where and how you hold tension. Then use the breath as a tool to release the tension. Breathe to the area of tension and on the exhale release the gripping. During these periods of deep relaxation you will be healed and nurtured from within.
Tone and Flow Yoga with Lindsey – Saturdays 9am
Join us as we journey to heat and purify the body emphasizing core strengthening yoga poses: abdominal…back extensor…and standing leg strengthening poses. We will conclude with deep stretching and a restful savasana. Some experience recommended!
Free Flow with Kellie – Sundays 9am
75 minute Vinyasa flow for all levels. Flow classes are all about mindful movement. This class is thoughtfully sequenced with poses weaved together and united with breath. You’ll be offered many modifications to either slow it down or take it up a step. The class is sure to get you breathing, building internal heat, and releasing into the postures. Use this moving meditation to let your mind take a break as you channel a connection with your higher self.