Open to practitioners of all levels and abilities, these classes are the perfect opportunity to meet your practice exactly where it is…and grow! The instructors tailor each class to fit the students in the room, while providing plenty of opportunity for students to find their “edge.” This yoga class combines classical yoga teachings, healthy alignment and breathing techniques that calm the mind and open the heart while providing a physical practice that strengthens the body and promotes overall flexibility.
Kaiut Yoga consists of subtle movements that work toward easing the body’s aging process. It is an approach to yoga that specializes in treating injuries, chronic pain, stiffness and hyper flexibility.From the moment we are born, our bodies begin to age. We each age differently depending on our karma and life circumstances. Kaiut Yoga brings areas of rigidity to light so we can focus our efforts on them to slow down the aging process and create more freedom in mind and body. The goal is to remain healthy and as pain-free as possible for as long as possible. This is the central approach to Kaiut Yoga. Best when practiced at least two times per week, it is a system and methodology that pays close attention to each individual body. It works for students of all ages, abilities and degrees of mobility. It is truly a yoga for every body.
Kick off your weekend with a playful All Levels Vinyasa class set to a different genre of music every week.
The practice of Kundalini Yoga, handed down by Yogi Bhajan, works to balance the glandular system, strengthen the nervous system, and teaches you to harness the energy of the mind and the emotions. While Kundalini incorporates the use asana, mudra, pranayama, mantra (sound current) and meditation, each class has a particular focus which means techniques can vary over time. Suited for all levels, some classes are physically demanding, while others require more mental stamina. The ultimate purpose of Kundalini Yoga however, is to foster deep meditation and to elevate one’s consciousness and awareness. Come move your body, play and laugh! Connect with your breath, clear your mind and elevate your spirit! All are welcome—regardless of age, fitness level and experience.
Restorative yoga uses long, nurturing postures along with supportive props to relax and restore the body. This class is appropriate for all levels and body types—perfect for anyone wanting to slow down and soften.
These classes are designed for the student who appreciates a flowing sequence of poses at a slower more contemplative pace. Class often begins and ends with more floor work which helps the body prepare for a flowing practice. While each teacher brings their own flavor to the classroom, Vinyasa 1 is tailored toward the beginning student interested in developing a flowing yoga practice.
The warm vinyasa class is heated, but not hot. This class is for those who enjoy a little more external heat and humidity to facilitate a healthy, active sweat. In general, Vinyasa-style yoga classes flow from one pose to the next in synchronicity with the breath. The teacher adds his or her own specialty and perspective on a powerful flow, while the additional layer of warmth in the room helps the body’s tissues relax and release. It also provides a detoxifying release for the body and mind.
This class uses the more passive nature of yoga. Each posture is enjoyed for a longer time (typically 3 to 5 minutes) in a nourishing and supportive manner. With breath as guide, Yin Yoga takes the practitioner deeper in to the body’s connective tissue where it can be unwound and released. This practice is appropriate for all levels and is designed to help you slow down and soften.
The benefits of a regular Yoga Nidra practice are numerous and include: improved cardiovascular health, improved glandular/hormonal balance, improved memory recall, mental clarity, help with counteracting insomnia, and much more. It can be especially helpful to counteract the effects of stress and anxiety that are prevalent in our modern, busy culture.
This one hour class begins with gentle stretching, yin or restorative poses to prepare the body, some mindful breathing to still the mind, and follows with about 45 minutes of blissfully relaxing Yoga Nidra. It is a practice that can benefit everyone and is accessible in every body.
Yoga With Weights integrates Vinyasa style yoga with modern strength training techniques. It’s a high energy workout designed to tone your body and increase metabolism. Sandwiched between a traditional yoga warm-up and cool-down is a series of strengthening exercises that use light hand-weights to tone, strengthen and balance the body. Give it a go! You may find it another fun and effective way to stay fit through the mindful practice of yoga.