Integrative Wellness + Yoga
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Classic Vinyasa Yoga flow series, often set to music, in a moderately heated room. The class includes a combination of postures and asanas designed to challenge your body and your mind. Rhythmic and invigorating, each class will include, core work, strength-building, and balancing.
BIKRAM STYLE YOGA (Virtual Hot Yoga)
Our Hatha 26/2 is a series of 26 postures and 2 breathing exercises for 90 minutes taught in a heated room.
Based on Bikram Choudhury’s practice, this class is a twenty-six asana series designed to scientifically warm and stretch muscles, ligaments and tendons, to deepen your practice.
Referred to as the "yoga of awareness", Kundalini Yoga uses meditation, mantra, mudra, pranayama, and postures to align the physical, mental, emotional, and energetic bodies. A different "Kriya" (set of actions/postures) is offered in each class, with each Kriya focusing on a different aspect of physical, psychological, and/or spiritual health for an integrated experience of elevation for the whole being.
HIIT Pilates is a training system which combines Pilates principles with high intensity interval training. It creates long lean muscle mass, burns fat, and increases fitness levels. It also creates a stronger core, improves circulation, and increases flexibility. HIIT Pilates combines cardio and muscle toning in a heated room.
Yin Yoga is a restorative practice that targets the body’s connective tissue. Unlike our Vinyasa (yang) practice, Yin is a slower paced class with long-held passive poses doing wonders for joint health, flexibility, circulation, and mental focus.
GENTLE & RESTORATIVE YOGA
Restorative yoga is a mindful, slow-paced practice that supports the calming of the nervous system. In this class, you will release deeply-held tension in the body by relaxing into five to seven comfortable poses. In each of these poses, the body is supported by various props - bolsters, blocks, and blankets. Conscious breathing (pranayama) will also be a part of the practice.
During these difficult times, giving the gift of Yoga is especially significant.