Restorative and Vinyasa Yoga Classes

Yoga is a type of health related practice that involves stretching, strengthening, and breathing while practicing mindfulness. It is conducive to anyone, as each person steps onto their mat at different levels, abilities, ages, sizes, and mindsets. Whether you are a child taking your 50th class or you are an elderly person just learning what yoga is, you can take a yoga class. All postures (asanas) are modifiable and students are encouraged to use props, such as blocks and straps to try each posture. Always talk with the yoga teacher before class to preface about any injuries so they can be of  better service to you! The goal of yoga is to show up. It is as simple as that. It is about being willing to show up on your mat in whatever capacity you are in so you can reap all of the benefits that yoga has to offer.

Benefits of a Consistent Yoga Practice

There is a seemingly endless list of benefits that come with a yoga practice- and the list is extended if we are talking about a consistent yoga practice. Yoga can improve physical, mental, emotional, social, and spiritual wellbeing. Health is multifaceted and interconnected. So, when one area of our life is thriving, other areas begin to reap the benefits. The physical benefits that naturally develop from yoga can begin to trickle into other areas of our lives such as our mindset, emotional regulation, social interaction, and spiritual awakening and/or connecting.

Physically:

  • Improve flexibility/mobility
  • Increase strength
  • Improve sleeping patterns
  • Develop better balance
  • Improve proper body alignment
  • Improve breathing patterns
  • Initiate release of endorphins (feel-good chemicals)
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Mentally:

  • Peace
  • Focus
  • Mindfulness
  • Connection
  • Joyfulness
  • Acceptance
  • Awareness
  • Balance

Types of Yoga Offered

Restorative Yoga
​For those of you battling with physical and mental stress daily. Dedicate an hour of your life to restore your body and mind through mindful breathing techniques and healing yoga postures. Great for beginners, intermediate, and advanced students. The pace is slow, calm, and gentle. Come relax after a long, stressful day to restore your body and take care of YOU. You’ll leave feeling peaceful, centered, connected, and “zen’d out”!

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Vinyasa Flow Yoga (level 1)
For those who want to flow breath to movement. Suitable for beginners, intermediate, and advanced students looking to get back to the basics with foundational sequences targeting strength, balance, flexibility, and focus. The pace is fluid, while working on flowing through class mindfully. Let go and let’s flow!