Infusing slow, graceful movement with deep breath and body awareness, this class is designed to improve range of motion, foster stability, and focus the mind. This 90-minute class combines gentle flowing movements with longer holdings to ease the body and mind into stillness and inner peace. Class is appropriate for beginners, seniors, those recovering from illness or injuries, pregnant women, and anyone seeking an internal, nurturing experience.
Let go of judgment and criticism and let your body move just the way it wants to! This all-levels class includes centering meditation, simple, flowing sequences (kriyas), gentle breathwork (pranayam) and more. A lovely way to transition from the weekend to the work week. People of all shapes and sizes are most welcome.
Explore the benefits of stillness, space and relaxation with Restorative yoga. This practice uses both gentle movement and traditional long-held supported postures to help relax and unite mind and body. Great for people who are new to yoga, those recovering from certain injuries or trauma, and those who need to de-stress from work or restore from a more vigorous yoga practice. Each class ends with a meditative guided relaxation called yoga nidra which can bring the healing effects of deep sleep to the mind as well as body restoring your whole being.
A gentle approach to yoga incorporating slow, flowing movements and supported postures. Great for beginners and anyone who is looking for a softer way. Wear loose, comfortable clothing and bring your yoga mat. Come see why they call it yog-ahhhhhhh.
A gentle mix of slow, flowing movements and longer held postures combined with breathwork and meditation to enhance flexibility and lift your spirits. People of all shapes and sizes are invited to this all-levels class. Beginners always welcome. Come on, get happy!
Stressed out? Can’t sleep? This all-levels class can help with simple breathwork, centering meditation, and supportive yoga postures to calm your mind and soothe your soul. People of all shapes and sizes are invited. Beginners always welcome! Come find out why they call it yog-ahhhhh…