- All Levels Flow -

​Flow yoga, in which movement is synchronized to the breath, is a term that covers a broad range of yoga classes. This style is sometimes also called vinyasa flow yoga, because of the smooth way that the poses run together and become like a dance. The breath becomes an important component because the teacher will instruct you to move from one pose to the next on an inhale or an exhale. In terms of yoga asana, we can interpret this as a connection between movement and breath. 

- Gentle Yoga - 

The Gentle Yoga class offers a full, yogic practice which moves through a range of postures in an unhurried yet progressive tempo. We focus on finding our optimal alignment and creating movement from that place. Enhanced by breath work, props and relaxation each class will also work on strengthening, lengthening and release. This is an ideal class for beginners, students with physical challenges who are uncomfortable in an all level class or anyone desiring to calm the pace of their practice.

- Iyengar Yoga -

Iyengar Yoga is based on the teachings of B.K.S. Iyengar (1918-2014), one of the modern yoga’s most revered teachers and practitioners. He helped bring yoga to the west with his pioneering teaching in the 60s and 70s and with his book Light On Yoga, which has served as a “bible of yoga” for generations of yoga students and teachers.
Iyengar yoga emphasizes precise alignment of all parts of the body within each yoga pose. B.K.S. Iyengar taught that alignment awakened the intelligence of the body, deeply engaged the mind, and helped students penetrate and harmonize the physical, mental, and spiritual “layers” of the self. He also greatly extended and refined the use of yoga props and was a pioneer and master of using yoga therapeutically.
Iyengar yoga is grounded in the ancient Indian art of yoga. Iyengar Yoga teaches not only yoga poses (asana) and breathing techniques (pranayama), but all eight “limbs” of classical yoga, which range from ethical practices to meditative absorption.
Iyengar Yoga teachers are held to an unusually rigorous standard. Certification as an Iyengar Yoga Teacher requires years of training and evaluation. We are trained to teach proper alignment of the body, to use props to modify the poses and teach specific actions, and to incorporate all the limbs of yoga into our teaching to help students penetrate and harmonize all the layers of the self.

- Mindful Slow Flow -

Slow Flow Vinyasa is a slower pace class, mindfully movements connected with the breath, while holding poses longer than a traditional vinyasa flow. You will be guided through each Asana slowly and mindfully. Transitions between and longer held poses are intentionally linked to the breath. This slower paced class allows time to explore the postures while cultivating strength, flexibility, balance and calm. This class allows you to explore your edge and will stretch and lengthen muscles with a gentle approach. Slow Flow is all about slowing down and concentrating on your mind-body connection.

- Open Studio Time with Susie -

Open Studio Time is an informal setting where students can ask questions about their own practice, individual poses, or yoga philosophy. We will be there to answer any questions and/or help students on how to deepen their asana practice, as well as their spiritual practice. This is a great opportunity for both beginners and non-beginners alike. 

- Passage to Discovery -

This class is designed to practice the physical postures of yoga as well as the traditional philosophy of yoga.  Each class will have a theme based on the ancient teachings of yoga.  This class is appropriate for all levels.

- Root to Rise -

This class will begin with grounding through breath work and gentle movement, moving into the practice of Surya Namaskara - Sun Salutations. Sun Salutations are a graceful set of postures strung together in consistent movement that awaken the body, building heat from within to energize and release tension while building strength and flexibility. The movement becomes meditative in practice, creating a sense of calm and connection to the breath. In Vedic tradition, the Sun is symbolic of consciousness and, therefore, has been worshipped in Indian culture. Rise with this practice for centering, energizing and to create focus for the day.

- Yin Yoga -

Yin Yoga is a complementary yoga practice to more dynamic and active yoga styles. In Yin Yoga, floor postures are held passively for several minutes in order to access a safe and positive ‘stress’ on the deeper layers of connective tissue in the body. Physically, Yin Yoga restores and maintains the natural mobility of the joints, primarily between the navel and the knees. Energetically, Yin Yoga opens the body’s meridian system, which enhances the body’s energetic flow and supports emotional equilibrium. Yin Yoga emphasizes stillness and silence. The practice prepares both the body and mind for deeper experiences in meditation.

- Yoga Basics - 

Balance and peacefulness result from attention to breath as we move through physical “asana” yoga practice. The basic postures introduced in Beginning Yoga will serve as our foundation for each class sequence. We will focus on the basics of a yoga practice that works for each individual. Whether you are a first timer, been practicing at home , or want the next step from Beginner series this class will center on slow movement with plenty of instruction but also leave space for breath and body awareness. Props will be available and suggested to assist in each student’s practice.

- Yoga for Core Strength -

A series of yoga poses and Pilates exercises that will help develop core strength. A strong core can assist in one's yoga practice as well as many other physical activities. 

- Yoga with Me -

Your class pass covers yourself and one child between the ages of 4 and 10. This is not a mommy and me class, instead it is a regular go with the flow yoga class. Perfect to introduce youth to yoga!

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