Class Descriptions



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Gentle to Moderate Yoga/Drop-In Rate

This class is for students both new to yoga and ongoing students who would like to focus on learning and refining, both active and restorative, yogic postures with the use of props. This practice will build strength, increase flexibility, center the mind, and enhance energy flow. Each student will be given personalized instruction and variations for injuries when needed, as we work towards body alignment and awareness in movement.

Moderate Flow Yoga/Drop-In Rate

This class is for continuing yoga students who wish to challenge their stamina, strength, and flexibility. This practice will generally flow from posture to posture, following various intelligent sequences, and focusing on maintaining breath awareness and using props as needed. Multiple variations of each posture, as well as precise alignment cues, coax the student to mindfully move into more challenging postures–including inversions and back bends, with an emphasis on personal choice and safety.

Restorative Yoga/Drop-In Rate

Our restorative practices are an invitation to take time for yourself for deep relaxation and rejuvenation. You are invited to use a variety of props to fully support the body in shapes that move the spine in all directions and may include heart openers, twists, forward bends, hip openers and inversions with a focus on ease, and optional breath awareness. This is an opportunity to draw senses and attention inward to replenish your well with presence and to invite/activate the more restful (parasympathetic) part of the nervous system.

Yoga for Stress Relief/Drop-In Rate

Regular yoga practice can help check the stress that depletes our bodies bio-energy. Yoga stimulates our cells and relaxes tensed muscles. Yoga science believes that the nerves control our unconscious mind, therefore, when the nervous system is made stronger a person may be more resilient and face stressful situation‘s more positively. This evenings’ yoga practice includes an equal amount of both active and passive postures to improve blood flow to all the cells of the body, revitalizing nerve cells, thus strengthening the nervous system.

Yoga for a Good Night’s Sleep/Drop-In Rate

A Harvard Medical School Trusted Source study found that a regular yoga practice improved sleep efficiency, total sleep time, and how quickly participants fell asleep, among other improvements for those living with insomnia. B.K.S. lyengar, world respected yoga leader, has offered us a routine to aid insomnia which we will follow in this evenings class. We employ gentle stretches and accessible inversions, with the idea of calming the nervous system and winding down from a busy day. Dress warmly as this is a more restorative yoga practice.

Yoga for Immune Support/Drop-In Rate

Practicing yoga provides a gentle, natural means of supporting the immune system on a day-to-day basis. Scientific studies are showing that yoga helps lower stress hormones that compromise the immune system, while also helping to condition the lungs and respiratory tract, stimulating the lymphatic system to remove toxins from the body, and bringing oxygenated blood to the organs to ensure their optimal function. We will practice various modified postures of forward bends, backbends and inversions, to lend a hand in supporting and strengthening the immune system.We will include breath exercises, to condition the lungs and maximize breath capacity, to help build resistance to disease. Meditation may also reduce the incidence of infectious ailments by de-stressing the body and mind. Ample research has shown that just 20 minutes of meditation a day increases endorphins, decreases cortisol levels, and fosters positive states of mind to promote better health. We will complete our practice together with a mindfulness meditation.

Yoga For Emotional Balance/Drop-In Rate
This practice will include postures and breathing techniques with the intention of supporting emotional well being and balance. Reviews of a wide range of yoga practices suggest that they can reduce the impact of elevated stress responses and may be helpful for both anxiety and depression.  Yoga practices may function as self-soothing techniques, helping to modulate the stress response, thus decreasing physiological arousal, reducing heart rate, lowering blood pressure, and easing respiration. Evidence is showing that yoga practices may  help increase heart rate variability, an indicator of the body’s ability to respond to stress with more flexibility. Class will include practices to promote emotional balance with sequences of postures, and breath techniques, to strengthen  body mind spirit connection.  *Note: Participants are encouraged to consult their professional health care providers regarding individual needs. This Yoga Class is an opportunity to explore Yoga techniques for self care and is not meant to treat any specific conditions or take the place of professional treatment.

Slow Flow for All/Drop-In Rate

This is a slower paced practice which offers an opportunity to link movement with breath and is open to all levels of practitioners including beginners looking to slow down their practice. Participants are welcome to find their own rhythm via breath or movement pace, and many variations are provided to offer more accessible options for all including the use of supports such blocks, blanket, bolsters and chairs as well as the invitation to rest or adapt your practice to suit your own experience at any time for any reason. These classes also offer opportunities to promote strength, stability and balance as well as time for rest and rejuvenation.

Yoga Nidra/Drop-In Rate

Yoga Nidra invites you to experience deeper levels of inner peace and health and to give yourself permission to rest, balance, and restore. This inspired meditation practice intends to awaken your whole being, allowing you to enjoy life fully. Be supported, held, and nourished as you discover profound peace and vibrant health. Yoga Nidra systematically guides and relaxes you at every level of your being, including the physical, energetic, mental, emotional, and spiritual layers (called the five koshas). Through the use of breath awareness, body scanning, music and nature imagery, Yoga Nidra invites you to become aware of each layer of being without needing to change or fix anything. This contemporary practice is based on ancient yogic wisdom and meditation and is a powerful tool for modern-day life.

Yoga for Your Grieving Heart/$160 for Each 6-Class Session

Grieving the death of a loved one can be a confusing, overwhelming and lonely process. Grief surfaces in our emotional hearts, and in our physical bodies. This 6-week yoga and bereavement community circle is for anyone suffering the emotionally and physically exhausting effects of grief. You can expect gentle & restorative yoga to soothe the physical symptoms of grief, relaxation breathing, mindful practices in a safe and nurturing environment, deep listening, and expanding your capacities to heal through the journey of grief.

Yamuna Body Rolling®/Workshop Rate

Yamuna Body Rolling® is a unique self-care body work which uses patented balls of various sizes and densities to knead out body tension and tightness. The balls provide direct bone density stimulation, elongation and alignment of muscles, immediate feedback of where we are stuck, and a feeling of spaciousness in our joints. Yamuna Body Rolling® routines are helpful to release tension, break up fascial adhesions, lengthen and tone muscles and energize the whole body. No prior experience needed. *Please Note: The specialty pay-per-session rate of $25 applies to all YBR® workshops, and advanced sign up is encouraged. Minimum sign up is required for this workshop to run and space is limited.

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