Drop In Fee: $15 session or card fee: $120 for a 10 class card
Iyengar yoga focuses on alignment and precision in the poses. B.K.S. Iyengar believes that the body is the doorway into the soul. Through absolute attention to the small actions in the body, one's mind is more easily cleared and the student becomes very present. This is a dynamic class moving through the full range of asanas; we commence with a flow of standing postures, often move through backbends/twists/forward bends, and do inversions. While the class is very active, it is also suitable for beginners willing to challenge themselves because the Iyengar method is very instructive on teaching proper alignment in all the asanas and presenting variations of poses that every body type can achieve.
Thursday 7:30 am - 8:45 am. Saturday 8:30 am – 9:45 am.
(Classes resume on January 20th)
All Levels Welcome.
Drop In Fee: Sliding Scale $10 to $20
Each class begins with a meditation, our intentions are set, we then proceed to warm the body with sun salutations. We commence the flow with a creative sequencing of standing poses and move onto balance moves, gentle inversions, forward and back bends, and end with supine poses geared toward opening the body while restoring and aligning body, mind, and spirit. All classes are all levels.
Sundays, 9:00 -10:00 am - Currently requiring sign up by text or email, please:
Drop In Fee: $15 (10 classes $120)
At the beginning of a new week, take a moment to unwind and relax. Connecting breath with movement to deepen awareness, relieve stress, and reduce overall tension throughout your body, mind, and soul, regardless of your perceived mobility limitations. This class incorporates both styles of Hatha and Vinyasa Yoga for an amazing, well-rounded practice working to build both strength and flexibility with a meditative approach for all levels.
Students who have practiced Yoga Nidra with me have reported, "A deeper sense of relaxation than they ever have before in their lives, losing all sense of time and even Self."
The Sanskrit word Nidra is broken down into two syllables; "Ni"- meaning nothingness, absence, or void, and "Dra"- meaning to draw forth. Nidra can bring you to a higher level of awareness and consciousness, and this can have lasting benefits during your "waking" hours such as reducing anxiety and stress, normalizing sleep patterns and releasing old patterns of behavior or thought.
FMI, to ask any questions, or to know when the next class is offered please email Denyse Robinson at firstname.lastname@example.org