Aerial Yoga is an exercise that combines yoga poses with a special Aerial fabric, allowing you to practice yoga on the ground and "in the fabric". Professionally secured to industry-rated ceilings, Aerial Yoga fabric is soft, flexible, and easily holds over 2000 pounds. People of many shapes and sizes can improve their confidence with this activity. Safe and fitness-focused, Aerial yoga may be just what you're looking for!
Aerial Restorative Yoga is aerial yoga with a focus on rehabilitation and moderate to low-intensity movements. Gently getting to know your range of motion, breathing patterns, and stress-reduction are key themes of this practice.
Basic Yoga is a beginners class that will introduce you to the yoga practice with special attention to your body's alignment, breath, and safety. You will become familiar with the fundamental standing, seated, and balancing poses, and learn about the physical and mental effects yoga has on your body, mind, and breath.
Basic Yoga with Christian Theme is a beginners class that will introduce you to the yoga practice with special attention to your body's alignment, breath, and safety. You will become familiar with the fundamental standing, seated, and balancing poses, and learn about the physical and mental effects yoga has on your body, mind, and breath. The theme will be a different bible verse each class.
Basic Mixed Yoga continues students desiring to evolve their Hatha yoga practice once they are familiar with the fundamentals. Includes core postures, breath work, relaxation techniques, some supported inversions, and backbends.
Cardio Yoga Have fun becoming more fit and strong! Cardio Yoga (CY) combines high-intensity interval training (HIIT) and yoga sequences. This combination combines the best of each practice which allows you to raise your metabolism up to 15% more and burns calories and fat for an additional 48 straight hours.
Yoga activates slow twitch muscle fibers which give you endurance allowing you to hold the pose. HIIT activates fast twitch muscle fibers, increasing your heart rate, defines, tightens, lifts and sculpts muscle.
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Gentle Yoga is a class structured around rejuvenating and healing the body. Yoga props such as blankets, blocks, bolsters, chairs, and straps are often used for safe practice, and to allow the body to fully achieve each position comfortably. This is a great class for seniors or yoga students with limited mobility.
Hatha Yoga is a class for students of any fitness level. With a focus on proper breathing technique, simple postures and persona; practice. Hatha combines many styles of yoga to bring you a variety of health benefits with comfortable, non-judgmental instruction.
Introduction To Yoga is perfect for beginners and seasoned practitioners working on the basics. Intro to yoga will focus on fundamental postures, breathing, and meditation.
Kundalini Yoga is the yoga of awareness. It digs into our subconscious and gives us the tools to re-condition and re-pattern learned behaviors that are not aligned with the individual or common good. This is accomplished through postures, movement, meditation, and positive affirmations. This practice reminds us to be patient, compassionate, and appreciative with ourselves and with others and aligns our actions with our conscience. This practice is a healthy, natural, and holistic tool for physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual fitness. In our society we are often times unknowingly are looking for truth and peace and we tend to look outwardly to satisfy this need. Where we actually need to look is within, because this is where the eye of the hurricane is in this dynamic place.
Tai Chi is an ancient martial art developed in China that's often referred to a "moving meditation." Traditionally tai chi is practiced slowly for its health benefits that include: stress relief, improved balance and flexibility. Although it can be sped up and used as a fighting form, if you want a reap the benefits, one should learn it as it has been taught for centuries and build up to the quicker pace. Chinese physicians prescribe tai chi as a gymnastic form of medicine to complement other traditional treatments such as acupuncture and herbs, according to tai chi master Terry Dunn. The movements are working with what is called "qi" or life force, a type of "flow" that, according to tai chi practitioners, everyone has.
Yin Yoga is a slow yoga that is the perfect compliment to the Yang (fast) part of our everyday life. Yin yoga works within the body to help loosen muscle tension and joint tightness. Though the method of deep slow diaphragmatic breathing and longer held poses yin helps to give your body a deeply healing release. Those with mild joint pain, mild body aches and pains, headaches and or neck stress might find Yin yoga helpful.