Great for beginners as well as kids and seniors, participants will be guided through a series of basic asanas (yoga poses). The pace will be relaxed and the teacher will take you through each asana step-by-step. Participants can expect a gentle workout and to come away feeling calm and refreshed.
Perfect for newcomers and experienced alike, participants are guided through a series of asanas (yoga poses) and pranayama (breathing exercises) in an intuitive, moderately flowing sequence, with an emphasis on proper body alignment and breath awareness. No two classes are exactly the same. Expect to feel both rejuvenated and relaxed after our Hatha flow practice.
Lunchtime Hatha Flow
Our only 60 minute yoga class - custom designed for you to fit some yoga into your lunch break! This is a smooth sequence of yoga poses that connect movement with the breath. Expect to be stretched and rejuvenated with this new mid-day class.
This class is inviting, safe and accessible to persons of all ages and gender regardless of body type or fitness level. It is a gentle practice where we focus on moving slowly and safely in and out of basic yoga poses while connecting to our breath. In order to find ease and comfort in each pose, participants are encouraged to explore modifications and use props. Occasional hands-on assistance is also available. Come and learn more about yoga and how it can help you create a strong and flexible body as well as a healthy mind.
Hatha Rhythm is a mindful movement practice accessible for all levels. A grounding and energizing flow to start the day off feeling connected in body and mind. A playful flowing practice with a mix of stretching and strengthening Hatha postures. The class begins with mindful breathing exercises and relaxation, moving into a flow and finishing off with sustained stretches.
Focusing on the stretch, Yin yoga involves poses that are held for longer periods in order to facilitate soft tissue release. This class will improve your flexibility, joint health and energy levels. Suitable for beginners to intermediate alike.
This class is a combination of yin and yang. This practice begins with a slower-paced vinyasa flow to cultivate heat in the body. This heat helps prepare the body for the second more cooling half of the class. Which focuses on long, deep stretches in the yin style, holding poses for 2-5 minutes.
This yoga class combines an active (yang) portion and a passive (yin) portion. The yang portion of the class will involve some strengthening and standing postures to build some heat within the body. The yin portion will involve more floor postures, aimed at longer holds working on flexibility and mobility. The class will incorporate a gentle flowing aspect between postures, emphasizing slow, mindful movement with breath. This type of meditative practice is meant to calm the nervous system and create relaxation in the body and mind. This is an appropriate class for beginners to yoga, as well as more experienced practitioners wanting to slow their practice down.
Slow Flow and Restore
Beginning the class with a meditation and slow mindful movements as we awaken our bodies, followed by slow flowing gentle hatha and ending the last half of our practice with restorative poses. Just enough slow, juicy movements to warm the body before an intentional series of long, nourishing holds.
Yoga for Athletes
Want to improve your game? For amateur and professional athletes looking to include yoga as part of their training routine, this class focuses on the key principles of yoga for conditioning the mind and body for optimal health, fitness and performance. The teacher will guide you through a challenging and lively hatha style class, targeting muscle imbalances most often seen in sports. The theme of the yoga practice is customized depending on specific interests and needs. No yoga experience necessary but a baseline level of fitness is recommended.
This class is a donation based class where all the proceeds go to a charity of the yoga teachers choice. Each series will be a different style of yoga, our next series commences Nov 3rd 2019 and is taught by Anika Domanski. The class will begin opening with a pranayama breathing technique, to support the natural relaxation, release and balance within the nervous system. Then poses aimed to release stagnant energy and cultivate curiosity and openness within the body.