Schedule & Classes
This class is highly recommended for beginners who want to start an active physical practice. We focus on introducing and building a practice with a strong foundation in the fundamental asanas wherein we breakdown sun salutations, standing, seated and lying poses. Experienced yogis are welcome if you would like to review the basics to enhance your current practice.
Vinyasa is a style of yoga wherein we link each pose with breath. There is a flowing movement that challenges the student not only physically but also mentally. This practice will help you build strength, stamina, and flexibility. ALL levels.
This class includes poses that are held around 5 to 15 minutes. The poses are supported by props such as bolsters, blankets, blocks, straps, and eye pillows to enable the body and mind to fully relax, restore and heal. We also use essential oils to enhance your experience and deepen your relaxation. ALL levels.
This is the cousin of restorative yoga, however, poses are only held around 3 to 7 minutes and the student feels the stretch and sensation in each pose which targets the connective tissues around the joints. Yin offers deeper access to the body that helps in maintaining flexibility. A passive practice yet both physically and mentally challenging.
Yinyasa is a fusion of yin yoga and vinyasa. Yin is practiced first, to effectively target and lengthen the connective tissues in the body. This is followed by an active, strengthening vinyasa practice.
Flow then Restore:
This class is designed to give students the experience of both benefits of a flow and restorative class. We begin class with an active flow sequence then followed by a relaxing restorative sequence. ALL levels.
This class is intended to help expectant mothers prepare
for the challenges they will face during both childbirth
and motherhood. This class will get you breathing and
moving with modified sun salutations, both dynamic and
static poses and of course relaxation. The goal is to
create a safe atmosphere where expectant mothers may
practice and move mindfully with regards to what is
available to them in that moment. The class will focus on
strengthening the body, opening the body and practicing
awareness, mindfulness and meditation.
Class starts with Yin Yoga that aims to release some
energy stagnation in our body in order to calm our energy
and mind down by lengthening and strengthening our
connective tissues. Yoga Nidra is practiced during
savasana at the end of class. Yoga Nidra is a conscious
yoga way of a power nap, with exploring the state of
“almost-falling-asleep.” It is a guided meditation
practice lying down, which deeply relaxes our nervous
system and mind. As it is widely known, 20-30 minutes of
this practice is equivalent of 4 hours of sleep which can
replace sleep, reduce stress, and make you feel energized.