11:00 am
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Gentle Beginners
1 hour and 15 minutes with Kaye Lathe
Absolute beginners welcomed for a breath-driven and strengthening practice that incorporates many modifications and props to find the best version of a pose for your body. Balance work is also emphasized. Recommended for all levels.
4:30 pm
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Vinyasa Flow
1 hour with Sarah Khayat
Vinyasa is the art and science of linking breath to movement flowing from pose to pose. Vinyasa is a complete full body workout that detoxes the body as it improves strength and flexibility while lending clarity to the mind. This Sun Salutation based flow offers challenging sequences including inversions and arm balances. Be prepared to breathe sweat and have a blast. Vinyasa classes are diverse in nature. Sequencing and choreography of the postures are determined by the unique talents of the instructor often arriving at a “Peak” pose or targeting hips, shoulders, back bending, twists or inversions. Newer students are given modifications to cultivate the foundation necessary to build a practice while intermediate and advanced practitioners are offered more challenging opportunities to improve their practice. Students are urged to adjust their practice in 2 and 2-3 level classes or attend the “All” levels classes as beginners. The Sanskrit word “Vinyasa” is defined as “Movement Breathing System”. The term “Nyasa” means to place carefully and with purpose. Vinyasa is derived from the “Astanga” lineage of Yoga which also includes “Flow” and “Power Vinyasa”. Students will leave this class feeling balanced in mind, body, and spirit
6:00 pm
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Vinyasa Flow
1 hour and 15 minutes with Amanda Montoro
Vinyasa is the art and science of linking breath to movement flowing from pose to pose. Vinyasa is a complete full body workout that detoxes the body as it improves strength and flexibility while lending clarity to the mind. This Sun Salutation based flow offers challenging sequences including inversions and arm balances. Be prepared to breathe sweat and have a blast. Vinyasa classes are diverse in nature. Sequencing and choreography of the postures are determined by the unique talents of the instructor often arriving at a “Peak” pose or targeting hips, shoulders, back bending, twists or inversions. Newer students are given modifications to cultivate the foundation necessary to build a practice while intermediate and advanced practitioners are offered more challenging opportunities to improve their practice. Students are urged to adjust their practice in 2 and 2-3 level classes or attend the “All” levels classes as beginners. The Sanskrit word “Vinyasa” is defined as “Movement Breathing System”. The term “Nyasa” means to place carefully and with purpose. Vinyasa is derived from the “Astanga” lineage of Yoga which also includes “Flow” and “Power Vinyasa”. Students will leave this class feeling balanced in mind, body, and spirit
7:30 pm
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Yoga Basics
1 hour and 15 minutes with Sarah Piramoon
Yoga basics is a class designed to be accessible for all levels and will focus on the foundations of yoga, such as breathing techniques, postural alignment, building strength, and finding the joy and ease in between postures. This class will be move through poses with deliberate care, using props and modifications to learn new ways to experience poses.
9:00 AM
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Yoga Basics
1 hour and 15 minutes with Veronica Culpepper
Yoga basics is a class designed to be accessible for all levels and will focus on the foundations of yoga, such as breathing techniques, postural alignment, building strength, and finding the joy and ease in between postures. This class will be move through poses with deliberate care, using props and modifications to learn new ways to experience poses.
11:00 am
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Therapeutic Restorative
1 hour and 15 minutes with Jill Lacher
Therapeutic Yoga is a carefully designed collection of restorative and gentle poses,, breath work, guided meditation and hands-on healing techniques perfect for working with injury or illness. As the relaxation response is engaged, the condition of stress is replaced by the state of deep relaxation. The body rests. Energy is directed to the processes of repair and rejuvenation; natural healing takes place. Equilibrium is restored and the body regains lost energy. (Definition borrowed with Cheri Clampett’s permission).
9:00 am
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Flow and Roll
1 hour and 15 minutes with Sarah Khayat
This dynamic class will blend an invigorating flow alongside functional movement conditioning and ball rolling. Each week students will learn how to fine tune specific elements of their practice via a multi-disciplinary approach to self care and leave feeling like they learned a little, worked a lot and got a little massage all in an hour and 15!
8:00 am
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Strong Flow
1 hour and 30 minutes with Kent Bond
A challenging class that includes classical Sun Salutes while adding an eclectic blend of core reform, shoulder and hip integration, standing poses, back bends and twists. Arm balances and inversions are by invitation, though foundation principles will be given to the novice. A fun class that caters to the intermediate to advanced practitioner.
8:30 am
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Strong Flow
1 hour and 30 minutes with Kent Bond
A challenging class that includes classical Sun Salutes while adding an eclectic blend of core reform, shoulder and hip integration, standing poses, back bends and twists. Arm balances and inversions are by invitation, though foundation principles will be given to the novice. A fun class that caters to the intermediate to advanced practitioner.
2:30 pm
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Yin Yoga
1 hour and 15 minutes with Patricia Kent
The essence of Yin Yoga is to surrender and de-stress Yin is the perfect balance to the heat building “Yang” of Vinyasa- Ashtanga based Flow practice. Yin emphasizes longer holds of 3 to 10 minutes using gravity to assist in opening the body. Sustained holds broaden connective tissue which increases elasticity and flexibility. A yin yoga practice is essential for injury prevention, longevity and joint health Yin Yoga restores energy while calming the nervous system. Pure bliss.
9:00 am
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Vinyasa Flow
1 hour and 30 minutes with Jill Lacher
Vinyasa is the art and science of linking breath to movement flowing from pose to pose. Vinyasa is a complete full body workout that detoxes the body as it improves strength and flexibility while lending clarity to the mind. This Sun Salutation based flow offers challenging sequences including inversions and arm balances. Be prepared to breathe sweat and have a blast. Vinyasa classes are diverse in nature. Sequencing and choreography of the postures are determined by the unique talents of the instructor often arriving at a “Peak” pose or targeting hips, shoulders, back bending, twists or inversions. Newer students are given modifications to cultivate the foundation necessary to build a practice while intermediate and advanced practitioners are offered more challenging opportunities to improve their practice. Students are urged to adjust their practice in 2 and 2-3 level classes or attend the “All” levels classes as beginners. The Sanskrit word “Vinyasa” is defined as “Movement Breathing System”. The term “Nyasa” means to place carefully and with purpose. Vinyasa is derived from the “Astanga” lineage of Yoga which also includes “Flow” and “Power Vinyasa”. Students will leave this class feeling balanced in mind, body, and spirit.
11:00am
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Gentle Yoga for Beginners
1 hour and 15 minutes with Kaye Lathe
Absolute beginners welcomed for a breath-driven and strengthening practice that incorporates many modifications and props to find the best version of a pose for your body. Balance work is also emphasized.
6:00 pm
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Vinyasa Flow
1 hour and 15 minutes with Kent Bond
Vinyasa is the art and science of linking breath to movement flowing from pose to pose. Vinyasa is a complete full body workout that detoxes the body as it improves strength and flexibility while lending clarity to the mind. This Sun Salutation based flow offers challenging sequences including inversions and arm balances. Be prepared to breathe sweat and have a blast. Vinyasa classes are diverse in nature. Sequencing and choreography of the postures are determined by the unique talents of the instructor often arriving at a “Peak” pose or targeting hips, shoulders, back bending, twists or inversions. Newer students are given modifications to cultivate the foundation necessary to build a practice while intermediate and advanced practitioners are offered more challenging opportunities to improve their practice. Students are urged to adjust their practice in 2 and 2-3 level classes or attend the “All” levels classes as beginners. The Sanskrit word “Vinyasa” is defined as “Movement Breathing System”. The term “Nyasa” means to place carefully and with purpose. Vinyasa is derived from the “Astanga” lineage of Yoga which also includes “Flow” and “Power Vinyasa”. Students will leave this class feeling balanced in mind, body, and spirit.
9:00 am
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Vinyasa Flow
1 hour and 30 minutes with Kent Bond
This is a vinyasa class to address the specifics of form and alignment while emphasizing the natural bio-mechanics of the human body. Each eclectic class is challenging while dedicated to addressing the needs of the individual student and the group as a collective. Some Yoga experience suggested.
6:00 pm
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Gentle Hatha Yoga for All Bodies
1 hour and 15 minutes with Kathleen Callan
Designed for the student looking for a less strenuous practice or beginners. Classical postures (asanas) are taught at a slower pace while offering options, modifications and the use of props. Enjoy the benefits of increasing strength,flexibility and enhancement of your breathing. Comprehensive alignment,mindfulness, relaxation and de-stressing the body/mind is the focus of Gentle/Hatha yoga.
7:30 pm
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Yin Yoga
1 hour and 15 minutes with Kathleen Callan
The essence of Yin Yoga is to surrender and de-stress Yin is the perfect balance to the heat building “Yang” of Vinyasa- Ashtanga based Flow practice. Yin emphasizes longer holds of 3 to 10 minutes using gravity to assist in opening the body. Sustained holds broaden connective tissue which increases elasticity and flexibility. A yin yoga practice is essential for injury prevention, longevity and joint health Yin Yoga restores energy while calming the nervous system. Pure bliss.