Aerial yoga is a type of yoga which uses a hammock or yoga swing to allow students to perform postures that they may not ordinarily be able to attempt on the yoga mat. It combines traditional yoga with moves inspired by pilates, dance and acrobatics. Aerial yoga is thought to be particularly beneficial for students who spend a long time sitting, or who have back pain, because it has a decompressing effect on the body.
This special Chakra Yoga Series will guide you through the 7 main chakras sharing practical information, mudras, mantras and carefully chosen asanas. There will be subtle movements around each pose to help you align, activate and radiate each chakra and light vinyasa paired with breath work to help you release tension in the body. This is appropriate for beginners and all levels as it is not overly physical but creates more of a holistic experience.
This flow class is a vigorous, energetic form of yoga designed to workout your practice with challenging flexibility and balance poses mixed with sweaty cardio to build strength! Holding poses and moving more quickly than usual, students are introduced to their “threshold” while maintaining a healthy relationship with their own edge. The repetition of our city lives can have you either overusing or completely stagnating specific muscle, causing tightness and pain or deterioration and weakness. So come strengthen and stretch!
Hatha yoga in the tradition of Vanda Scaravelli, this is a gentle, yet challenging way of working. The emphasis in these classes is on inner exploration, where we discover and cultivate the natural movement of the breath and body and how it applies to yoga asana. Find ease and comfort in your practice, whether you are a beginner or more advanced student. All classes include asana, pranayama and guided meditation.
Consider this slow moving, conscious class as therapy for the whole being. A highly transformative practice that can create ultimate freedom in the body, the mind and the Self. We consciously explore each pose as we start to re-pattern the body even down to a cellular level. In the physical practice, alignment is king to create an intelligent practice; educating the student on WHY we practice what we do. In the energetic practice (including meditation, pranayama and intention), there is an encouragement to move from the heart, witness everything that comes up in and outside of practice in order to get closer to our truest self - the source of our authenticity. It's the combination of the conscious physical practice, and the energetic movement of prana and love that create healing and transformation throughout the whole being.
A practice to soothe, strengthen, and revitalize the whole being. Channeling the energies of Sun & Moon, this class combines a sequence of traditional Hatha asanas (steady poses), pranayama (breath exercises), and deep relaxation. The practice incorporates an offering of sound healing, a tranquil sonic bath of mantras and crystal or Tibetan singing bowls to cleanse the nervous system, calm the mind, and evoke a vibration of Light.
This soft approach to yoga guides the body into a place of ease, calming the mind and reducing stress. Flowing through light poses for body fluidity followed by deep stretching. Increasing functional mobility of the deeper connective tissues, encouraging flexibility in areas like the hips, lower spine and pelvis. A slow and meditative class geared towards opening the body and stilling the mind. Open to all levels, A wonderful balance to your active yoga classes.
Pilates Fusion is a harmonious blend of two distinct but complementary disciplines: Yoga which promotes gentle extension and lengthening of the body, and Pilates which reinforces the integrity of specific muscles through deep activation and repetition. Fusion begins with a gentle warm up and transitions through contemporary Pilates inspired abdominal activation and strength building using various props. It finishes with a fluid flow of Vinyasa inspired yoga asanas encouraging strength, stabilization, balance and focus. Fusion is designed to be an efficient, upbeat, full body workout and special attention is given to proper alignment, while simultaneously encouraging play and experimentation; tailoring each sequence to the individual by providing options and opportunities for self direction. Set to a rhythmic and inspired playlist Fusion is suitable for all levels and will leave you feeling stretched and toned and accomplished.
An opportunity to move, strengthen and stretch with Vinyasa yoga. Then rest deeply, and more easily, in your Restorative yoga poses. A delicious balance between activity and rest.
Relax and unwind as you settle into longer held poses, supported by blocks, bolsters, straps and sandbags. This class incorporates soothing music and hands-on adjustments to leave you feeling calm and nourished. This class is suitable for any level of experience.
Soulful and candlelit, Slow Flow classes integrate the composition of strong yoga poses with the gentle ease of flowing movement. Slow Flow is inspired by Vinyasa but encourages individualized, creative and mindful movement through ambitious but playful sequencing. Moving at a reduced, deliberate pace means practitioners are challenged to fully engage mentally and physically while holding poses for longer periods of time. Poses and transitions are linked fluidly with the breath and emphasis is placed on moving gradually, gracefully and purposefully to develop strength of body and mind. Open to all levels.
A more vigorous vinyasa class that gently develops strength and focus with the aid of internal heat produced by the breath and movement. Explore creative sequences while cultivating a meditative practice through breath and alignment; in this class we flow through the sun salutations and explore foundational postures.
Explore breath and movement as we flow through the sun salutations and explore foundational postures. This practice involves deep emphasis on breath and alignment as we move gently through a standing, seated and reclining series. The class is suitable for beginners or experienced students who want to revisit the fundamentals.
Yin yoga is a slower paced style of yoga where poses are held from 3 to 5 minutes. The long held poses target a deep release in the connective tissues and fascia (rather than the muscles that are targeted in a more active practice). While Yin is a more passive practice, it can be challenging due to the length of time a posture is held. The long held postures encourage a focus on mindfulness meditation by using the body to stay present. Yin is suitable for all levels and is adaptable to all body types through use of props. It is a perfect complement to more active styles of exercise as it encourages the slow and safe opening of connective tissues, leaving the yogi with an overall feeling of lightness, spaciousness and peace.
The hips are a major joint in the body that allow us to sit, walk, dance, move! They are also a major storage area for emotions. Hips need attention and love. This class is designed to help you open and strengthen your hips. You will walk out feeling fantastic.