Aerial Yoga uses a silk hammock that’s suspended from the ceiling as a prop to support you through the various flows. The purpose of the hammock is to help you improve flexibility and build strength, while allowing you to do more challenging poses without added pressure on your shoulders, spine and head.
This is a fast-paced flow incorporating mainly athletic yoga poses that will benefit anyone with increased flexibility and range of motion, improving balance and strength all at once.
Suitable for beginners, this style of yoga is far less strenuous than other forms of yoga.
Gentle Yoga is beneficial to participants who are already quite fit but lack the overall flexibility to be able to do more intense yoga poses. Gentle Yoga accomplishes its goals of providing a workout without putting any unnecessary strain on you.
Hatha Yoga is designed to align and calm your mind, body and spirit. It uses longer holding positions and is gentle in style. It focuses more on restoration and meditation.
Hatha Yoga combines physical exercise and mental discipline, with the goal of integrating and invigorating both body and mind. It has been shown that Hatha Yoga reduces stress, heart rate and blood pressure and helps to improve balance and flexibility and increase strength. Its psychological benefits can assist in weight loss by helping you to control appetite.
Hot Stretch is a total body stretching class for all major and minor muscle groups, designed to improve overall flexibility and balance. You can expect gentle stretching to enhance a greater range of movement.
Hot Yoga consists of a series of yoga poses and breathing exercises done in a heated room at 37 degrees. The postures are designed to systematically cleanse every part of the body and to provide a complete mind/body workout. The heated room promotes sweating which helps rid toxins from the body while loosening and stretching the muscles to prevent injuries. Hot Yoga improves circulation, increases metabolism, regulates digestion, strengthens the immune system and burns fat.
Morning Yoga is a perfect way to start your day with a flow sequence consisting of deep stretch, twists, sun salutation and breathing exercises to get you feeling alert and rejuvenated for the rest of the day.
A combination of sun series and muscle tissue release techniques to help free-up areas of tension, reduce pain and increase mobility. Equipment such as small tennis ball or foam roller may be used.
Pilates improves flexibility, builds strength and develops control and endurance in the entire body. It puts emphasis on alignment, breathing, developing a strong core, and improving coordination and balance. The core, consisting of the muscles of the abdomen, low back, and hips, is often called the “powerhouse” and is thought to be the key to a person’s stability.
Slow Flow is a reflective and mindful yoga practice that allows you to be present and focus on your movements and breathing. It helps you to be more intentional and refine and strengthen your poses and improve your mind-body connection.
This class integrates several components of yoga to restore peace and stability in your body and mind - from relaxation movements to yoga postures, and breathing techniques to Yoga Nidra (Yogic sleep, or the state of consciousness between being awake and asleep). Besides decreasing stress and tension, Stress Management Yoga also helps to increase flexibility, balance and strength.
“Vinyasa” means flow in Sanskrit. As the name suggests, this yoga class consists of a powerful series of flowing and jumping movements. It is great for the cardiovascular system and builds strength and endurance. Other benefits of Vinyasa Yoga include detoxification, balancing of the hormones and reducing one’s weight.
Express both sides of your personality in this eclectic yoga class.
First, push yourself to the limit as you sweat through a challenging power flow. Then, chill out with gentle restorative stretches and meditations to create harmony and vitality within.
A total-body stretching class which includes all major and minor muscle groups.
Yoga Stretch is designed to improve overall flexibility and balance. You can expect gentle stretching to enhance a greater range of movements.
Twists are postures that generally involve moving the shoulder girdle to face in an opposing direction in relation to the hips. There are different twists that target the upper, middle and lower portions of the torso, all having their own unique set of health benefits. It is known to help to detox, improve digestive function, maintain normal spinal rotation, reduce back pain and destress.