Friday 10:15-11:15a.m. Flowing Yoga (Heather and Emily)
Every 1st Saturday for First Saturdays Downtown 10:00-11:00a.m. Beginner Yoga
Hatha: Flowing, relaxation yoga working to lengthen the spine and bring peace to the mind. Advanced Asana: This class is suitable for those who have been taking regular yoga classes. Between beginner and vinyasa. Spend more time in poses that require strength and balance. A wonderful class for learning deeper, stronger asanas (poses) and attaining physical, mental and spiritual balance.
Relaxation/Beginner: The perfect class to learn to relax and breathe properly. Welcome beginner and continuing students for mental relaxation and physical wellness. Great for learning to stretch deep muscles and soft tissues. Vinyasa: In a slightly warm room we perform flowing asanas (poses) and pranayama (breathing). This class is focused on Shambhava Hatha yoga. A challenge for the physical, mental and spiritual self. Heat generating in this class flushes out toxins and develops external form and strength. The use of the breath to connect the postures requires an intense mental focus. Learn the Sanskrit names also to all the poses too. Flowing Yoga for All Levels: Great class for all! Sierra will provide many modifications for postures for beginning and advanced students. This class includes various breathing techniques, an active asana practice, ending in relaxation. With regular practice a student can gain strength, flexibility and a more balanced mind.
Restorative: Intended to bring a state of physical, mental, and emotional relaxation. Props are used to support the body in various positions, allowing you to rest completely into gentle poses.
Please check with your physician if you have health concerns that might limit your practice. For example, spinal fractures, or if you are unable to get up and down off of the floor. This is very gentle yoga. The Yoga Room can supply most props needed but please bring a mat and a small towel and any other props you may like to use. Simply said... Restorative poses are poses of being rather than doing.