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Vinyasa is a flowing, dynamic yoga practice that cultivates self-awareness by connecting movement with breath. Most classes feature several elements, including sun salutations, standing poses, preparation for advanced postures such as backbends and inversions (offered in advanced vinyasa), with focus on gaze point (drishti) guided by a steady breath.
All Vinyasa classes require focus and move at a quicker pace; therefore, some Yoga experience is helpful prior to starting this class, but not required.
Vinyasa is excellent for students who find that sweating and movement helps create a state of physical exertion and mental concentration leading to deep relaxation and steadiness after class.
Vinyasa - All Levels
Integrating movement and breath, this class is aimed at beginners and regular practitioners alike. Introducing twists, some backbends, approachable inversions, be prepared to explore both beginning and intermediate poses. Modifications are given allowing students to choose a more beginning or more advanced practice according to their needs.
Vinyasa - Advanced
This vigorously paced class offers dynamic transitions through poses and the opportunity to explore inversions, arm balances and backbends, building more strength, balance, and flexibility.
The class has more rigorous/athletic sequencing and is geared toward experienced practitioners (willing to modify their practice from one day to the next according to what their body tells them is intelligent and safe).
Power - Yoga for Strength
Expect a great cardiovascular and strength building workout combined with breath work. A vigorous, fast-paced, approach to vinyasa yoga. Power yoga incorporates athleticism, including many vinyasa flow/sun salutation (series of poses done in sequence), with an emphasis on strength and flexibility.
A vigorous, fitness-based approach to vinyasa yoga to energize you. Wake-Up yoga incorporates athleticism, including lots of vinyasa flow/sun salutations (series of poses done in sequence), with an emphasis on strength and flexibility to start your day.
“Physical fitness is the first requisite of happiness. Our interpretation of physical fitness is the attainment and maintenance of a uniformly developed body with a sound mind, fully capable of naturally, easily, and satisfactorily performing our many and varied daily tasks with spontaneous zest and pleasure.”
~ Joseph H. Pilates
Mat Pilates - All Levels
These small group classes (10 students max) are ideal for beginners to advanced students. The classes incorporate all the key principles of Pilates such as postural alignment, breathing, core stability, controlled movement and flexibility. They are low-impact.
The mat floor exercises may also be combined with other props such as weights, balls, and rings.
Because of the small class size, instructors are able to give participants hands-on attention and make appropriate modifications for each student’s ability.
You will learn the basic principles of Pilates mat work. Start strengthening from the ground up and learn the essential exercises from which to expand your repertoire.