NEW: Monthly Meditation - Goat YOGA - Stability Ball YOGA
Regular Schedule Summary
Monday 5:15 am ; 8:30 am; 5:30 pm; 7:15 pm
Tuesday 5:15 am; 8:30 am (Barre); 5:15 pm;
Wednesday 5:15 am ; 8:30 am; 5:30 pm; 7:15 pm
Thursday 5:15 am; 8:30 am (Barre); 5:15 pm; 6:30 pm
Friday 5:15 am; 8:30 am
Saturday 9:30 am; 10:30 am
Sunday 6:30 pm
Early Morning to Evening
Slow Flow, Vinyasa, Barre, Hatha,Yin, Restorative and more...
+Jumpstart Your Mornings
YOGA now 5 days a week at 5:15 AM M-F
Barre is back on Tuesday & Thursday mornings 8:30 AM
+ Evening Delights
MW 5:30 PM (Yoga 4 U) and 7:15 PM (Revive & Restore) with Charlotte
NEW Deep Stretch & Restore on Thursday evenings 6:30-7:45 PM with Phyllis
Go with the FLOW - get your Vinyasa on....
5:15 PM on Tuesdays & Thursday with Amber &
6:30 PM Sunday with Jennifer
+SPECIAL EVENT Peaceful Warrior Energy Bath Friday January 31 @ 7:15 pm - 9:15 pm
+Motivated Moving - Groove During Lunch - February Launch
Hatha is a general category that includes most yoga styles. It is an old system that includes the practice of asanas (yoga postures) and pranayama (breathing exercises), which help bring peace to the mind and body, preparing the body for deeper spiritual practices such as meditation.
In Yin Yoga, the student is challenged through holding passive poses, intended to access the deep connective tissues (Fascia) and the space between the joints. With the objective of increasing flexibility, and circulation within the joints, it is a meditative type of practice that teaches awareness of inner silence and will leave students with a sense of rejuvenation.
Yoga-Nidra is the practice of guided relaxation, which is often credited with being more restful than sleep itself. This class is the counterbalance we all need to busy life-styles and active exercise.
Vinyasa is a style of yoga characterized by stringing postures together so that you move from one to another, seamlessly, using breath. Commonly referred to as “flow” yoga,
Restorative yoga is a practice that is all about slowing down and opening your body through passive stretching. If you take a restorative class, you may hardly move at all, doing just a few postures in the course of an hour.
Barre is designed with ballet principles in mind, you can expect a class which feature exercises done both with balance support and on the mat, specifically selected to fatigue, strengthen and stretch the upper body, legs, hips and abdominals. The blend is the muscle & breath preparation using yoga principles.