Candlelight Yoga for Relaxation
Much like our Yoga 1-2 class, we will practice a wide variety of poses, but doing so in a candle lit room, at a slightly slower pace, helps us achieve the ultimate in relaxation.
Join us for a simple, well rounded sequences of stretches that is truly for every body. No frills or fast movement, just a class that will leave you with that 'just got a massage' feeling. Ahhh...
No previous yoga experience necessary!
Flow and Restore
Wind down your day with a well rounded, feel-good practice that incorporates a soothing balance of dynamic flow, alignment-based movements, breath work and restorative postures.
These mindful movements will cultivate ease and help you unwind after a long day.
This class is ideal for anyone wanting a slower-paced class, as well as for those recovering from illness or injury. This class will focus on increasing range of motion, safely moving the spine in all of its directions, improving balance / core strength, de-stressing and more. Poses are modified and supported to make this class suitable for anyone regardless of age, body type or yoga experience.
Give your kids the gift of mindfulness, calming practices, meeting new friends and fun exploration of movements through yoga designed for their age.
Kids will learn basic yoga poses, breathing exercises and short meditations. A fun class that will help build confidence and self-esteem while learning relaxation and coping techniques. The benefits of yoga for children include stress relief, balance of high or low energy levels, improved concentration and focus and a boost in imagination and creativity. Our class is led by mom and yoga teacher Sherie Sloane, E-RYT/ YA-CEP. Sherie is an experienced kids yoga teacher who has led yoga & art classes and camps across the states for many years.
Kundalini Yoga for Beginners
Kundalini Yoga incorporates the physical aspects of yoga, along with the mind and spirit.
Each class consist of five elements to awaken the energy of consciousness.
1. Centering: Tuning into our higher selves.
2. Kriya: A specific set of exercises that generate energy, organize that energy and deliver you to a specific energetic state.
3. Deep relaxation: This is when your body is able to integrate the positions you have just practiced and heal itself.
4. Meditation: Contains specific, practical tools that carefully and precisely support the mind and guide the body through the use of breath, mantra, mudra and focus.
5. Closing: After loosening the muscles and raising your energy, we will project that feeling of vitality to others by closing with a blessing.
A thoughtfully planned sequence of slow, fluid movements, commonly referred to as ‘slow flow’. On a physical level, each movement will complement the next and satisfy the body’s urge to move and stretch. Mentally, these flows ask just enough of the mind to clear it of clutter and get you in the perfect head space for the day.
Restorative yoga asks so little, but gives so much. We will use props to help support our body's weight and just be. It's incredibly relaxing and opens the body in the deepest, yet gentlest of ways.
Yoga for Healthy Aging
This class will focus on maintaining your physical, mental and emotional health as you age.
Learn essential yoga poses that build strength, flexibility, agility and balance.
This class is designed for relatively healthy and physically able participants. This is not a chair yoga class.
Come and learn fun poses to foster healthy movement for the long run!
This multi-style class is for beginner and intermediate students looking to build greater strength, improve balance and flexibility. A wide variety of yoga poses, simple breathing techniques and guided meditations are taught. The teacher will give options and provide guidance so that all students can participate safely.