The purpose of this class is to use yoga as a tool to find a deeper practice of integrating self- care and mindfulness into our routines. This class is a light hearted, welcoming and powerful approach to Hatha yoga.
Everyday we show up as mothers, fathers, teachers, activists, and community allies. We pour our time, and talent into others, without replenishing the source. The sustainability of our communities rely on our ability to show up whole.
This class is for those looking to expand their personal self-care journey through yoga. For those looking to do something kind for themselves, with a community of like-minded folk.
Thursday @ 7:15pm
Baby & Me
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This class begins slowly, bringing awareness to the breath, heart-space, and body, encouraging intuitive movement.
We then explore heat building poses (flow and static) and practice Pranayama to help build strength, balance, and concentration.
Ending with Yin Yoga poses, we assimilate the benefits leaving you grounded and balanced.
Gentle yoga is designed to help you build strength and flexibility in your spine and find greater ease through your hips and shoulders. You will learn how to improve balance, increase energy and soothe stress by using moderate movement, simple breath practices and meditation.
Appropriate for all levels of experience. Thurs. @ 11am
This class is an invitation for people that identify as fat (large, chubby, voluptuous, curvy...etc) to celebrate their bodies as they are in this moment in community with others. Students are invited to give themselves permission to go deep, be curious and discover what gifts your body is offering you in this moment. Meditation, chanting, joyful movement, and sharing space with other like-minded folks may occur.
Join Kate in a yoga practice that welcomes you, a perfectly imperfect human, to move, laugh, shift, and make space for all that you are.
Learn the basics, get grounded, feel good. We are all on a different path when it comes to our yoga practice. Whether you are an absolute beginner or trying to awaken your "beginner's mind," this class will equip you with the confidence to explore yoga on and off the mat. Combining pranyama (breathwork) with asanas (postures) we will spend time exploring how each feels in our body and the techniques to modify and adjust so that each posture fits you.
A Yoga-inspired movement class set against the tropical and sensual Afro/Brazilian/Latin/Wold Beats. This is about connecting to the deeper parts of you that are asking to be seen, heard and honored.
This practice will increase strength, stamina, and flexibility both physically and mentally. Focus will be on connection to breath and conscious, fluid movement, as well as attention to mindset to prepare you for life off of the mat.
Great for all levels of experience. You will be encouraged to honor exactly where you are, while curious about your edge between enough and too much.
Tuesday and Thursday @ 6pm, Thursday @ 9:45am.
Whether we talk about the physical, energetic or emotional body, prenatal yoga is a key ingredient to a healthy, happy pregnancy. A regular prenatal yoga practice can improve sleep, reduce stress and anxiety, increase the strength, flexibility and endurance of muscles needed for childbirth, decrease lower back pain, nausea, headaches and shortness of breath, and create community. There is a magic that happens when pregnant women come together and share space with one another, moving and breathing together, talking and supporting one another. Whether you are an experienced yogi or a beginner, prenatal yoga is safe and encouraged during pregnancy. Give yourself this gift of connecting with other pregnant women, building strength, breathing, and relaxing!
A great class for varying levels with the emphasis on improving dynamic muscle movements. The flow is slow and the practice is geared towards broadening range of motion. This class has some strength building poses but is primarily focused on moving at a relaxed pace and building flexibility, great for training muscles and preventing injuries.
In this class, we use our physical practice to examine the more subtle aspects of Yoga. We get curious about things in your practice that are happening beneath the surface of the poses, and seek to experience what Energy really means. Join us as we will stretch the boundary of your practice beyond postures, and offer a deeper understanding of Tantra, Asana, Pranayama, and Meditation.