Power Vinyasa Class is an up beat and physically demanding style of class, focusing on balancing strength and flexibility. Based on the Ashtanga yoga tradition, which is the original “power yoga”. Students will learn to match their movement to their breath while gaining mental and physical strength through the practice. You may want to bring a towel. For all the Yogis and Yoginis out there. See you in class!
Align and Flow is an all levels Alignment-based Vinyasa (flow) class. Classes are presented as a well-rounded sequence including: sun salutations, breath work, and guided meditation. Arm balances and inversion are incorporated into the sequencing.
All Levels Pilates Matwork is a mat class that will take you through a dynamic, full body workout that focuses on core strength and improving flexibility with exercises that stretch and tone all muscle groups. Working from the deepest layers of the muscles, which stabilize and support your spine and pelvis, resulting in a strong and flexible spine with ideal alignment and posture. Classes emphasize the foundational principles of Stott Pilates while offering modifications and variations to suit each student’s individual needs. Props will be used to offer variety and challenge.
Core Fusion, Pilates/Barre, is a full-body toning class combining movements from Pilates, Ballet Barre & Yoga. This class will help strengthen and lengthen muscles, improve posture, build core strength and improve flexibility. Props are used and modifications offered so that every student can be challenged to suit individual needs.
Restorative Yoga This is the perfect chance to decompress from a stressful day or release physical tension. This 60-minute class focuses on relaxation and promoting deep rest. Sequencing includes a variety of pranayama exercises (breath work) with supported postures. These postures are performed with the help of blocks, blankets and bolsters.
Gentle Flow, Balancing ease and strength, this class incorporates many of the moves of Vinyasa yoga but at a slower, fluid pace. When we flow slowly, we make space to discover opportunities and challenges in the transitions we often rush through. The end of class will focus on restorative poses, so students leave feeling centered and refreshed.