A variety of yoga classes and wellness events for all walks of life
Warm Vinyasa Flow: 25-28*C
Vinyasa is the type of yoga where movement is connected with the breath which helps attain balance in the mind and body. We start by opening up the body with some floor stretches, opening up the neck, chest and shoulders. After we've allowed our bodies to warm up, we will move through a series of sun salutations, followed by balancing and core poses.
In the gentle Vinyasa classes, we pause a little longer in the poses and slow the movements down so you can establish a solid foundation of awareness, preparing you for the Power Vinyasa Flows.
This is a great class for beginners, but all levels are welcome, especially if you want to go back to the basics.
This class will focus on the basics of Yin. How to correctly approach the poses for maximum safety.
This series is designed to slow us down. Allowing time to explore different aspects of yoga with a focus on YIN & meditation.
Each class will explore different aspects of yoga, through poses, meditation and breath work. Most classes are predominately Yin based (designed to stretch “yin” ligaments and fascial layers)
We will take our time getting “into” the pose and stay a little longer in each pose to explore how it feels.
ALL yoga levels are welcome.
Limited spots available to allow for individual attention.
Enjoy the benefits of a Yin practice as we lengthen and stress our connective tissues and ligaments followed by a restorative pose holding the pose for around 6-8 minutes.
Minimal cueing with a practice focused on breath, rest and relaxation to unwind from the day, and prepare for a restful sleep.
Quality of sleep is imperative in order for our bodies to properly function. One of the many benefits of Yoga, is how it can help to improve your sleep.
**HOT FLOW: 30-35 *C**
Sweat it out with this dynamic Vinyasa flow! Every movement is connected with the breath which helps attain balance in the mind and body. We start by opening up the body with some floor stretches, opening up the neck, chest and shoulders. After we've allowed our bodies to warm up, we will move through a series of sun salutations, followed by balancing and core poses.
This class is a bit more challenging as the poses and the pace are more dynamic, more like a power flow.
All levels are welcome as Kristy will meet you where you're at!
Yin yoga is slowing down as we stretch and lengthen our ligaments, tendons and connective tissues as we hold our poses for 3-5 minutes. The goal in this practice is to find our depth in the stretch without forcing as we “stress” the muscles.
Props are used to offer support as you navigate through this very therapeutic practice.
Yin Yoga is great because it:
-Calms and balances the mind and body.
-Reduces stress and anxiety.
-Releases fascia and improves joint mobility.
-Balances the internal organs and improves the flow of chi or prana.
This practice allows you to tap into your breath as you master your mind allowing space for depth in your body mind and soul
Chair yoga is quickly gaining popularity due to its low impact and accessibility to those with limited range of motion.
This style of yoga is great for all beginners as it is very foundational and supported. It is great for those who have arthritis, osteoarthritis, Rheumatoid Arthritis, carpel tunnel, tennis elbow, joint replacement surgery.
Join Kristy for this 45min class in where we stretch out our bodies with gentle and supported movements for those with limited range of motion.
Everyone can benefit from this gentle style of yoga!
Barre is a full body, low impact, muscle endurance workout that is a fusion of Pilates, yoga and ballet but no dance experience required. It is a blend of cardio, strength, flexibility and stability moves. Get ready to get that heart rate up while burning and toning those muscles!
Tai Chi is meditation in motion, soft movements like water, that bring balance and and awareness. This class is about learning the key Yang style forms and Grounding (rooting) for physical and emotional balance. We will practice Chi Kung energy awareness and development through breathing techniques. As well as Taoist philosophy and how it relates to Tai Chi and your life.
Wear comfortable clothes and bring water.
Meet Bill, the Tai Chi facilitator at the studio!
This gentle and ancient form of moving meditation/martial art, is gaining momentum as people relearn to connect with their roots.
So why should you do Tai Chi?
*It's for everyone and ALL fitness levels
*Helps with muscle strength
*Relaxation & Breath
*Peace & Serenity
It is a great investment in both your mental and physical health. This ancient martial art has been around for thousands of years.
There are studies coming out, according to Harvard Education, that Tai Chi will soon be an adjunct to standard medical treatment for the prevention and rehabilitation of many conditions commonly associated with age.
*See schedule for class dates and times.
*All passes can be used to access this class.
Minimums are at the discretion of the host and will be noted in the details of the event
(*credits/returns to be at hosts discretion)