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YogaSculpt

YogaSculpt is an invigorating blend of weight training and yoga, designed to strengthen and tone every major muscle group.  Small weights are incorporated in this class as you are guided through a fluid sequence of resistance training, basic yoga poses, and powerful toning exercises.  This intense, but easy-to-follow class will elevate your strength and flexibility to new heights, while tightening your upper body, core, glutes and legs.  

Modifications will be offered to all levels.

VinyasaFit

VinyasaFit fuses the grace of yoga and the strenght of fitness for a fluid and unique experience that will energize and invigorate your body, mind and spirit.  This innovative class will guide participants through a 60 minute yoga flow infused with a modern fitness twist.  Class will begin in a centering meditation, floowed by a steady, rythmic flow of Vinyasa sequences complimented by pushup variations, squats, core sequences, low-impact cardio bursts, and creative strength-building movements.

This unique class will elevate your practice to new heights, while improving muscle tone, flexibilty, blanace and endurance.  

Modifications will be offered for all levels.

YogaTunes

Ever feel torn between a work out and a yoga class? Come get the best of both worlds with YogaTunes!!  The class will combine a grounding warm up, with a fun yoga based workout to feel good music, and end with a gentle, relaxing cool down.

You'll travel with your bodies, hearts, and minds as we flow through a mind and body strengthening sequence! YogaTunes is full of high vibes to uplift you after a long day. This class is an all levels flow yoga class.

HIIT the Mat

HIIT the mat is a low impact, high intensityworkout that uses interval training to sculpt & tone the body. This method of training burns the maximum amount of calories and fat during class. Another added benefit is that your body will still be burning calories up to an hour after class is over!! 

Infuse your yoga practice with energy, stability, and balance by combining asana with low-impact/ high-intensity interval training. When it comes to pairing  HIIT with yoga, the benefits can be profound!!

Teen Yoga

Teen Yoga helps build the groundwork to live a healthy lifestyle in a safe and non-competitive space. It is a perfect compliment to their busy academic and extracurricular schedule, connecting them with others and themselves in a fun and nurturing environment, and leaving them refreshed and ready for the outside world.

A calming, stress-relieving yoga class to stretch and strengthen the body gradually. Emphasis is on building awareness of the breath and the body. Asanas/postures are practiced at a slower pace with attention to alignment, detail, meditation and mindfulness.

Karma Kids

Active sequences, popular music, teamwork and partner challenges. Develops flexibility, strength, focus and more. We will practice breathing techniques to calm, energize, and balance the nervous system, practice flowing sequences, challenging poses, partner and group poses, restorative yoga, and deep relaxation.  Equal emphasis on breathwork and mindfulness.  

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Gentle Yoga

Morning Gentle Yoga is perfect for anyone looking to begin their day connecting breath and movement in a mindful way to help soften tight muscles, ease joint pain, connect the body and mind at a peaceful, slower pace. A perfect bridge between moving in flow and staying stationary.  This class is appropriate for beginners or anyone working with injury, limited mobility, or simply prefer a gentler approach to yoga.

Align & Flow

A bit of alignment and a bit more flow. We move and breathe, taking time to pause and feel; observe and adjust. Mindful movement is coupled with breath, and longer holds in poses are complimented with active alignment cues. This class is suitable for students newer to yoga as well as experienced students interested in a lower intensity flow.

Good Morning Flow

This class is designed to target those places in the body that might need a little extra space breathed into them after a night's sleep. Designed to increase your heart rate and work out all the stiffness, cramping, and tightness that is often left in the body after hours of laying still.  Set your intention for the day so you'll be able to not only free up your joints and muscles, but also bring happy thoughts and space to your mind. Give yourself all the tools necessary to start your day off on the right foot and set yourself up for a positive, productive, successful day! 

Candlelight Flow

Candlelight Flow is an active, flowing practice that emphasizes meditative, breath-led movement and encourages a strong inward focus. The practice ends with time for some yin or restorative poses, soothing postures held for longer periods of time, and finally an extended final relaxation, leaving you balanced and relaxed.

Kundalini Yoga

Kundalini Yoga is one of the most powerful ways to energize and revitalize all of the systems of your body, including the glandular, nervous and circulatory systems.  Most people think of yoga simply as stretching and postures to release stress and promote relaxation.  Kundalini Yoga, the original of the twenty-two schools of Yoga, combines these but also uses breath and meditation, often in sequential and aerobic exercises, to promote complete super-health, a union of your body, mind and spirit.

A typical class will include 15-20 minutes of warm up.  A Kriya (set of specific Asana’s or Postures), that will be anywhere from 15–30 minutes long, a 10-15 minute relaxation, and then a 10 – 15 minute meditation.  You do not need to be in any specific shape to experience a Kundalini Class.  If you can breathe, you can take a Kundalini Class!

Class Descriptions

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All Levels Yoga

Come as you are! All Levels classes are suitable for beginners, masters and everyone in between. These classes offer modifications so that you can customize your class to fit your specific needs and level of expertise.

Building on the foundation of proper alignment, poses are linked together with the breath while building strength, stamina and flexibility. Designed to relieve stress, classes generally have a flow and rhythm to encourage the evolution of one's practice as moving meditation. 

The class will provide a challenging workout but can be modified for those seeking a gentler experience.

Vinyasa

VINYASA is a flowing, dynamic yoga practice that cultivates presence by connecting movement with breath. Most classes feature several elements of traditional Ashtanga yoga— vigorous sun salutations, standing poses, preparation for arm balances & backbends, with focus on gaze point guided by a steady breath.

Yin Yoga

Work the connective tissues of your ligaments, joints and deep fascial networks in this meditative practice focused on deep stretching, breathing and relaxation. Props are used to support the body as postures are held for an extended time allowing for deep stretches that are soft, rather than muscle driven. 

Yin Yoga is the perfect complement to a regular practice of active asana.

Rise & Shine Yoga

Wake up with the SUN. Energize your mind, body and spirit in this one-hour class that calms the mind and invigorates your entire day. We face the rising sun, flow through the body prayer of sun salutations to honor and celebrate the ultimate source of all life. Using music to inspire, meditation to calm the mind; and smooth, conscious, breath directed movements to anchor the awareness, the practitioner is led from one pose into the next.
This is an alignment based Flow class open to all levels.

Restorative Yoga

For Restorative yoga, the intention is to relax as far as possible into the postures, using as little physical effort as possible. The mind focuses on the breath in order to cultivate mindfulness and release tension from the body. 

Restorative yoga classes tend to be relaxing and slow paced, with a whole sequence using as few as five or six postures which are held for long periods of time. Props are also used often in order to allow the body to be in the most comfortable, supported position possible. This may include bolsters, blankets, blocks and belts. Gentle music may be played, and the practice may be combined with guided meditation.

Flow Yoga

The Flow style of Yoga, like all forms originated from Hatha Yoga. Using music to inspire, meditation to calm the mind; and smooth, conscious, breath directed movements to anchor the awareness, the practitioner is led from one pose into the next. The held postures are embodied with a moment to moment awareness of intelligent alignment. The breath, body and awareness become established in a deep, steady union. The movement between postures is a rhythmic transformation process that brings the qualities of one pose into the next. Through carefully balanced sequences, progressions and modifications, the practitioner becomes fully absorbed in a feeling of energized awareness, deepening our understanding of the Self. Subtle channels open, and begin to flow freely with vital life force energy, and we recognize our experience as a reflection of the greater rhythms and Flow of life and the universe.