Each style of class is a reflection of the teacher’s training, yoga philosophy and their own personal practice.
Vinyasa is a dynamic style of yoga that uses sun salutations and a powerful breathing technique called Ujayyi breathing to link poses into a creative, continuous flow. This practice cultivates awareness, mindfulness and presence. Yoga experience is highly recommended.
What to expect: In a heated environment (100°), start with a gentle warm up, followed by vigorous sun salutations, leading into standing postures, balancing poses and winding down with seated, prone and supine stretching.
Benefits: relieve stress, burn fat, lose weight, increase fitness, build strength and stamina, develop flexibility and balance.
Yin Yoga focuses on the slow, patient, opening of the fascial layer of the body. The fascia is the connective tissue that underlies the skin, wraps the muscles and holds the bones together. This practice expands awareness and invites stillness and quiet contemplation. All levels welcome.
What to expect: In a non-heated OR reduced heat environment (90-95°), various seated, prone and supine poses are held in stillness for several minutes, while staying focused on breath and being aware of physical, mental and emotional states.
Benefits: opens the hips, pelvis, inner thighs and lower spine — areas that are especially rich in connective tissues, deeply relaxing, calming and introspective.
Yin/Yang combines Yin and Vinyasa yoga. This class is appropriate for practitioners who are interested in the benefits of Yin Yoga, without forgoing the opportunity to move dynamically. Challenging for beginners but accessible.
What to expect: In a heated environment (90°-95°), start with 40 minutes of effective Vinyasa Flow, closing the practice with 35 more minutes of deep and meditative yin work.
Benefits: relieve stress, increase fitness, develop strength, flexibility and balance, opens the hips, pelvis, inner thighs and lower spine, deeply relaxing, calming and rejuvenating.
A calming, stress-relieving yoga class to stretch and strengthen the body gradually. Emphasis is on building awareness of the breath and the body. Recommended for all levels, especially those newer to yoga or working with special concerns.
What to expect: In a non-heated environment, start with a gentle warm up, followed by gentle stretching, standing postures and winding down with seated stretching and restorative poses.
Benefits: Improved range of motion and joint mobility, reduced pain and the effects of stress. Students with special concerns, arthritis or other limitations will benefit from this practice.
Inspired by the Ashtanga Primary Series, Ashtanga Fusion is a dynamic, sequential flow of sun salutations, standing, balancing and seated postures, while being highly focused on Ujayyi breathing. This practice cultivates awareness, mindfulness, presence and peace. Some yoga experience is recommended.
Flow Fit Fusion – Fun, Energetic & Did We Mention Fun ?
A 30 minute meditation practice to immediately lift and shift your mood and energy level.
- reduce stress & tension
- boost brain function
- feel happier