Ashtanga [Primary Series Short Form] with Bill Jojo - This class follows the Ashtanga primary series made popular by Sri K. Pattabhi Jois. The postures (asana) are designed to be executed in the same order in swift succession each time you practice. In this version of the short form led practice all poses are intended to be enjoyed by beginners and those with a regular practice. The class begins and ends with the traditional chants and provides opportunities to try more challenging poses within the series without wavering from the intention of a regimented, fixed practice. Students will be instructed on form, modifications, breathing, bandhas (body locks) and drishti (visual points of focus).
Free Spirit Yoga [Hatha] with Ara Ritrovato - A creative and spiritual flow with a mindful and loving approach. This class includes many therapeutic and healing principles including asanas, chakras, meditation, mudras, and chanting. The intention behind this class is to give attention to you, the practitioner, by creating a nurturing space to have fun, challenge yourself, rest, and connect. All levels are welcome.
Funky Flow with Dave Cass - For some, Monday's signals the bittersweet end of a restful weekend. The "Monday blues" may creep up and slow our momentum throughout the entire week. This class focuses on combating this sense of sloth by planting the seeds of self-acceptance and motivation. With a invigorating, playful flow, come find the drive to propel you through the week with sharp focus and a light heart.
Gentle Flow Beginner Yoga with Sarah Morey - This gentle flow class will introduce proper alignment of poses while creating space to twist a little deeper, allowing you the option to bring awareness to places that no longer serve you. This class will also incorporate pranayama and meditation in the midst of the calming hour
Slow Vinyasa Flow with Kat Kennedy - A fluid practice incorporating pranayama and meditation and deep breath awareness to facilitate movement through asanas. We’ll take time to warm up and move throughout the practice with attention to form and alignment. Build strength, balance and calm focus on and off the mat.
Vinyasa Flow with Delaney Rives - This class is designed to allow students of varying levels and experiences to explore the benefits of a yoga practice. In flowing through poses, students gain strength, balance and greater control over their bodies as well as increased confidence as they notice their practice change and grow. Besides the physical benefits, this class aims to provide students the space to experience the psychological benefits of yoga as well, including a sense of calm and peace accompanied by feelings of empowerment and self-love.
Vinyasa Flow with Liz Grace-Nickels - This class is designed for beginners or intermediate yoga practitioners and focuses on improving alignment and strengthening by holding postures. Starting at a slower pace we will flow through beginner level asanas (poses) so beginner yogis can start to notice the changes in their strength and improvements in their flexibility, building into an intermediate level as the class progresses. Strengthen, lengthen, and rejuvenate your body as you simultaneously relax and unwind! The class ends with stage-by-stage relaxation to leave your mind and body feeling connected and refreshed.
Water Me Tuesdays (All-Level Vinyasa) with Tracey Conway - Soul stirring music, challenging asanas, mindful meditation, playful guidance; Tracey’s classes contain all these powerful ingredients to foster your authentic self! Tracey loves to utilize her experience as a healing facilitator to engage her students. You will leave class feeling physically empowered, energetically renewed and emotionally supported.
Weekend Slow Flow with Dave Cass - Weekend is meant as a time to relax, but it can be difficult to truly slow ourselves down. This beginner's class integrates the mind and body to help us set a grounding intention, preparing us for the restful times ahead. This class will additional include guided meditations, kirtan singing, or community discussion when available.
Whole-Being Yogawith Pamela Jones - Whole: something that is complete within itself; all of something; Being: the nature or essence of a person; Yoga: to unite or join; union of self with the Supreme Being.
Together, through movement and relaxation, we will explore the practice of body, breath, and mind to drop more fully into the wholeness of who you already are. The practice will include bodily asanas, some pranayama, and meditation. There are no prerequisites other than the desire to bodily relax more fully into the nature of your own wholeness.