If you are new to Yoga, start with step-by-step guidance that builds a foundation and confidence. You will learn how to incorporate tools into your practice. Soon you will be ready to move into a group practice or your own at-home practice.
Hatha Yoga is the union through Discipline of Force. We focus on the physical and spiritual body. It is a more static, meditative practice that assists in developing the mind, spirit, and body and uniting it with the breath.
Yogic Sleep is a state of consciousness between waking and sleeping. All senses except for hearing are withdrawn. It offers deep relaxation. A 20-minute practice equals 4 hours of sleep. This practice reduces stress and tension, it’s excellent for anxiety. It is often used for PTSD (post traumatic stress disorder). I end each and every practice with a taste of Yoga Nidra!
Vinyasa yoga is from the Sanskrit word, “to place in a special way." It is a more dynamic practice with deliberate sequencing to acquire balance, achieve an ongoing flow, and coordinate the breath with the movement of the body.
Viniyoga is a practice tailored to your individual needs. It allows Yoga to meet you in the space your body is in. All movements are accommodated to your needs. This is a very personalized practice that is adapted to you only.
A less intense, non-strenuous practice that focuses on stretching, not strength. Standing postures, low-impact backends, and forward folds fall into this style of Yoga. This class is not seated or supine in its entirety. It is recommended for post-natal and while healing from injuries.
This practice allows you to be restored. Through passive stretching, your body gently opens. During long holds, your muscles deeply relax. It is ideal while recovering from illness and injury or during stressful times. Props are used to support your body.
Yin Yoga is a slow-paced style of Yoga that applies moderate stress to your connective tissues. It increases circulation and aids in flexibility. Yin cultivates awareness of inner silence and stillness. It is supported by props that allow you to further melt into the pose.
Prenatal Yoga is a mix of stretching and controlled breathing to prepare the expectant mother for childbirth. It increases the flexibility and strength of muscles used during childbirth. All postures are suitable for the mother and fully supported.
Chair Yoga includes very gentle seated or standing poses using the support of a chair. It is a great way to safely incorporate balance. Chair Yoga is suitable for those with difficulty getting up and down from the mat, the elderly, those with disabilities, and those with pain.
This Practice will support you via breath awareness, meditation, guided imagery, movement & rest. Offering your Safety & Freedom.