Each instructor brings a different experience to the practice of yoga based on his or her experience, inspiration, and teaching philosophy. To learn more about individual classes, we encourage you to read about the instructors.
Beginner's Yoga Class
This class is for absolutely anyone of any age, shape or size to experience the many benefits of yoga. No experience or flexibility required. Suitable for those new to yoga, with special physical concerns, or who simply wish to move at a slower pace.
A moderately paced class, designed to build core strength, flexibility, and a calm nervous system. There is often emphasis on breathing and healthy alignment of the body/mind. Recommended for students with an understanding of basic yoga postures, or for those students that feel that they are physically fit and don't mind learning the basic yoga postures as they move through the class.
Recommended for students with an understanding of the basics of yoga who would like to challenge their ability. A more challenging class designed for those with an on-going yoga practice. Advanced postures and methods of practice will be introduced. Not recommended for beginners.
These classes are for people that like the early morning hour. The class varies day-to-day with a combination of basic stretches followed by sun salutations. Classes build slowly to a full workout with emphasis on different parts of the body (hamstrings, hips, lower back, shoulders, core, etc.). The practice accommodates all levels, from beginners to experienced yogis. This is a great way to start the day.
Restorative yoga consists of a series of gentle postures done with the use of props to fully support the body and deepen the benefits of poses. These soothing experiences allow the mind and body to recover from the stress and strain. By fully relaxing the body, the classes effectively relax the mind. Restorative yoga is therapeutic and appropriate for all levels. Like Yin Yoga, Restorative Yoga is also an excellent compliment to a more invigorating yoga practice.
Vinyasa yoga is series of postures that will often link the breath with movement. Pranayama (breath work) and meditation are often integrated in to these classes. Appropriate for all levels, this class is both soothing and invigorating-a perfect way to let go at the end of a busy day.
During this extraordinary time in life, create a nurturing bond between yourself and your baby through yoga.
Enjoy this wonderful approach to prenatal care with the expectation of experiencing a radiant pregnancy and healthy delivery. You will learn many ways to ease the physical discomforts that come with being pregnant while enjoying the company of other pregnant woman.
Yin Yoga poses primarily consist of seated postures that are held for 3 to 5 minutes. The goal of Yin Yoga is to work the connective tissue in the body allowing for deep long stretches to increase the ease of energy flow in the body. Yin classes tend to be very meditative. These classes are a great compliment to a more active "Yang" practice.
A yoga system that focuses on precice placement. It is based on the school of Mr. B.K.S. Iyengar. It is a tremendous yoga for all new students as it focus on proper alignment. It helps students eliminate injuries and understand how to properly get into various yoga postures.
Aligned Hatha Yoga (formerly known as Anusara Yoga) brings elements of precise alignment and flow.
An elegant, concise set of alignment principles called the "Universal Principles of Alignment™" is applied to each yoga pose. A central idea within the Universal Principles of Alignment is the 3 A's: Attitude, Alignment, and Action.
Movements and actions within every pose are coordinated with the breath.
Yoga for Your Back
Serene and soothing evening practice for a healthy back.
This class allows students to nourish body and mind in a calming evening practice after a long day of work and activities.
Awareness of alignment, balance and spaciousness increases as all poses are being explored in a slow paced rhythm.
Students of all levels are welcome.
Yogaworks Methodology is a practical flow based yoga. Those that teach Yogaworks Methodology have been trained to warm up the major muscle groups and then do external rotating poses prior to longer held nutral poses, allowing the hips to open and preventing injury. Yogaworks can be very creative and fun. Come try !!!