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Yin targets the connective tissue of the body, lengthening the muscles of the hips, pelvis and lower spine. Many of the poses are seated, supine, or prone, and are held with the muscle relaxed for at least three to five minutes. This deep practice is gentle yet intense, helping to release tension and practice staying present.
These classes focus on moving slowly, putting out little to no muscular effort, and taking rest. You'll use plenty of props (think blocks, blankets, and straps) to hold shapes for 5-10 minutes, allowing your body and mind to rest.
Connecting to the body through breath, movement, and meditation can help regulate your nervous system and process difficult feelings while learning to be present in the here and now. This class uses meditation, imagery, and gentle movement guided by your inhales and exhales. Everything is optional - we offer you a space to turn inward in whatever way you may need. Show up as you are and know that all parts of you are welcome here. This class is for all levels.
A slower paced version of our vinyasa flow classes. These classes are a great option if you're new to yoga, pre- or post-natal, or coming back from an injury. Expect to move slowly and mindfully to increase mobility and flexibility.
Build strength and flexibility in these dynamic classes. We start slow, hold poses for anywhere from one to five or more breaths, and gradually link breath to movement. We end slow with stretching, rest, and meditation. Always open to all levels.
Practice mindfulness through movement in these dynamic classes. We start slow, hold poses for anywhere from one to five or more breaths, and gradually link breath to movement. Expect to move with intention, to become more present, and possibly to sweat.
These dynamic classes will help you build physical and mental strength. Each class will feature a creative flow, and you will link breath to movement. You'll leave class feeling challenged, empowered and sweaty! These are our most active, quickest paced classes. Students of all levels are welcome, but if you're brand new to yoga, we suggest you try the vinyasa flow or slow flow classes first.