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Class Schedule

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Class Descriptions

Beginner Yoga

Sometimes the hardest part is starting. This slower-paced class introduces you to foundational yoga postures, teaches you how to breath and helps you feel more comfortable in the yoga practice. No yoga experience necessary. You don't need to be able to touch your toes, you just need to be willing to try.

Body Rolling

Yamuna Body Rolling™ is a revolutionary approach to health and fitness using balls designed exclusively for this practice. Unlike other ball exercises, YBR goes far beyond random movement and stretch. It allows you to work specific muscles in detail, to create suppleness in tight areas and optimize range of motion. It reeducates muscles and stimulates bone, creating positive, permanent changes in the body.  YBR works the way a hands-on practitioner works, only using a ball. The ball replaces hands as it moves on muscles to stretch them, dislodge tension and discomfort, increase blood flow, and promote healing.

Chair Yoga

Chair yoga is a gentle form of yoga that is practiced sitting on a chair or standing , using a chair for support. Anyone, including seniors and beginner students, can benefit from this class. No yoga experience necessary. 

$5 Community Class

A mixed level class with lots of modifications. Teachers may rotate, especially from January to June when students in the Yoga Inspired 200-hour Teacher Training Program will teach the class. 

Functional Exercise for Life

Activities of daily living require strength, flexibility and proper movement patterns. Put the FUN in FUNctional with this series of six weekly classes. Stabilize your back with a stronger core. Gain strength with body weight exercises. Try new leading edge ways to stretch. Use creative methods to relearn basic, functional  movement patterns, like squatting, stepping, twisting, and lunging. Surprise yourself with what you can do. No experience necessary.

Gentle Yoga (appropriate for prenatal)

 Gentle movement tied to the breath allows the body to open slowly, regain flexibility, and increase balance.  No yoga experience necessary. 

Restorative Yoga

In restorative yoga, props are used extensively to support the body so that you can rest in poses for longer periods of time. Postures are usually adapted from supine or seated yoga poses with the addition of blocks, bolsters, and blankets to eliminate unnecessary straining.  This class is relaxing and renewing.  No yoga experience necessary.

Strength in Movement

Try some fun and unique ways of adding strength into your yoga practice in this early morning class. Some yoga experience recommended.

Strengthen to Lengthen

 A mixed level class to balance strength and flexibility, effort and surrender. Modifications throughout the practice will meet you wherever you are. 

Yoga Challenge

This dynamic class will build endurance, flexibility, and stability as you refine your alignment in the poses. Yoga experience suggested.

Yoga for Wellness

No yoga experience is necessary for this class that will focus on how yoga can help you maintain a strong body and mind. Seasonally the wellness focus will change. For the summer, we will learn to use both breath and yoga postures to relax and strengthen the pelvic floor. If you suffer with pelvic floor pain or bladder disfunction, this class will give you tools to move toward wellness in this area of the body. 

Yoga Mix

Teachers and styles will vary in the Saturday morning class, but you can be sure it will be a great way to begin your weekend. Check the Facebook page to see who is teaching each week.