|Classes – Styles of Yoga
Ashtanga Primary Series Practice is flowing and vigorous; for those with some Ashtanga experience. This class is guided by the teacher with hands-on assists.
Ashtanga Intermediate Series is a great compliment to the first series practice. Also referred to as the intermediate series or Nadi Shodana, it can be used to help open the practitioner up for for their primary series practice, as well as help to clear the energetic channels through twists, back bends, and inversions.
Hatha Yoga develops flexibility, strength and balance with an emphasis on alignment and energetic balancing. Class offers a broad range of asana, breathing, and restorative postures.
Gentle Flow is offered for beginners to experienced yoga practitioners seeking to enhance and grow their practice and cultivate their "beginners mind". A gentle approach is taken with the practice and basic yogic principles of alignment within poses, movement between poses, breath and awareness are emphasized.
Jivamukti Yoga is a vigorously physical and intellectually stimulating practice leading to spiritual awareness. Each class focuses on a theme, which is supported by Sanskrit chanting, readings, references to scriptural texts, music, spoken word, asana sequencing and yogic breathing practices.
Kripalu Yoga is a gentle approach to yoga. The word Kripalu translates in English as the yoga of compassion and is often referred to as mediation in motion. emphasis is placed on meditation, healing and spiritual transformation. By focusing inward each student is encouraged to find their own path and level of challenge depending on the day and how they feel. Through modifications and compassion for oneself, Kripalu yoga can be practiced by anyone no matter what age, body type or perceived limitations one has. The gifts of this practice will manifest themselves on the mat as well as off the mat.
Kundalini Yoga includes all elements of the ancient teachings of yoga: Asana (postures), Pranayam (breathing techniques), Mantra (sound current), Mudra (hand positions), and Meditation. These aspects are combined into series of movements called Kriyas. Some Kriyas are dynamic and energetic, others are slow and meditative. Kundalini Yoga strengthens the nervous system, stimulates the glandular system, develops flexibility and tones muscles. It greatly increases mental energy and gives you a deep inner calm, strength & grace.
Sivananda Yoga This classical approach to yoga combines relaxation, breathing, postures, and meditation. The Sivananda system aims to retain the vitality of the body by simply and naturally cultivating the body. It revolves around relaxatio and emphasizes full, yogic breathing.
Vinyasa Yoga – Build Strength, flexibility and endurance. Enjoy breathing, stretching and moving along a flowing sequence of poses. Vinyasa Yoga links breath with movement, and is generally considered vigorous and uplifting. Classes can vary in pace and level of strenuousness.
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