Slow Flow creates space to slow down and reconnect with yourself through focused movement and intentional breathing. During Slow Flow, students have more time to settle into their mats, flow breath to movement at their own speed, and hold asanas for several breaths.
Aromatherapy Restore & Renew
Aromatherapy is the use of scents through essential oils, incense, palo santo, sweetgrass and more for a therapeutic benefit. Find rest & renewal through a restorative practice along with different aromas. Finish your practice feeling peaceful and refreshed.
The practice of yin yoga allows you to bring the dynamic and external yang energy into balance with the passive and internal yin energy. The deeper connective tissue, including ligaments, joints, and fascia, will be targeted through a sequence of floor-based poses (held 3-5 minutes). With the aid of props, active muscle relaxation is encouraged as you find your way into a mild meditation. Perfect for a day when you need to maintain a high level of energy or unwind your overworked mind!
The art of deep, complete relaxation is one of the most effective ways to manage stress, ease pain, regain and preserve health, and achieve peace of mind. This practice is multi-layered that begins with relaxing the body, next to the breath, on to the mind, and this allows more extraordinary intuition to surface while making space for peace that exists deep within all of us. Enjoy this practice in the deep amber glow of candlelight that creates an environment of ease and peace.
Experience the connection between breath and body moving together. Vinyasa threads a series of postures from sun salutations, standing postures, stretching, and pranayama (breathwork); this cultivates a moving meditation. This style builds strength, aids balance, and reduces stress.
Gentle yoga is very slow-paced, prop intensive, and instruction-heavy. Chairs, blocks, bolsters, blankets, and straps are all used in this instruction-heavy session that moves at a slow pace and utilizes props and adaptations to adapt to your requirements. This session is adaptable to anyone who has a physical limitation or contraindication. Appropriate for people of all skill levels, including beginners and those with disabilities.
Restorative yoga, also known as "conscious relaxation," is a practice that allows your mind and body to rest, reset, and recharge. It's a great way to unwind after a long day. The postures involve little to no effort, and many are prop-assisted, stimulating the body before bringing your complete self to a more balanced state of functioning. Meditation, which is integrated within the practice, encourages the mind to let go, promoting rest and relaxation.
iRestⓇ Yoga Nidra
iRestⓇ is a meditation practice based on the ancient tradition of Yoga Nidra and adapted to suit the conditions of modern life. When practiced regularly - little and often - iRestⓇ enables you to meet each moment of your life with unshakable peace and wellbeing, no matter how challenging or difficult your situation. iRestⓇ is a contemporary adaptation of Yoga Nidra. It shares many basic principles and techniques with other forms of Yoga Nidra, but differs in various ways. For example, in many classical variations of Yoga Nidra, you are told what to see, feel, hear, sense, taste, smell, or think while practicing. In contrast, iRestⓇ provides techniques to help you inquire into your current, unique experience of seeing, feeling, hearing, sensing, tasting, smelling and thinking.
Form and Function
Explore the many elements of yoga postures to create a solid foundation, develop greater range of motion and flexibility, and improve balance. This all-levels class will provide options to advance your practice, as many forms will be introduced and explored, with modifications offered as needed. This class promises to be dynamic and fun and is a great companion to vinyasa classes.