Flow Yoga is great for beginners and seasoned practitioners. A Flow 1 class will be more basic in nature. Postures will be foundational with an emphasis on breath, alignment and a focus on transitions.
This is the true next step from Flow 1 for those ready to venture out to more advanced postures like challenging arm balances and deeper backbends. These classes have less verbal instruction and move at a faster pace.
Flow 3 means movement is synchronized to the breath is a term that covers a broad range of yoga classes. This style is often quite dynamic, which require the mind to stay focused in the present to be able to keep up.
Basic Spine care is designed to guide you through basic posture alignment based spine. Analzing on our spine without much flowing pose provides students enough time to understand function of each pose and alignment of spine. With detailed analysis of Standing, Seating, Back-Bending, students are able to achieve preparation.
Yin yoga is a deep stretching practice of long held seated postures that target our deepest tissues of the body, connective tissues — ligaments, joints, bones, and meridian. Yin allows us to observe, and surrender to the sensations and emotions that are released from deep inside the body by staying connected to a deep breath, and a steady mind.
Yin & Yang Yoga is a class that balances the newly developed Yin yoga practice for the first half of the class with traditional Yang yoga practices for the second half of the class. This class starts with deep, introspective, and quiet yoga and move into the energizing and uplifting yoga.
Props Yoga allows students to find their ease in to asana, with good alignment and with minimal risk of injury. Props are intended to direct awareness to different aspects of the asana and to different parts of the body, in order to deepen and enhance the understanding of asana.
Start your day with morning flow yoga. Stretch all the major muscle groups in the body with sun salutes incorporating lunges and interspersed with balance poses, squats and a side bend. The emphasis throughout is on breath-led movement, coming back to the breath at all time.