Gentle Yoga class is a mild yoga practice. Postures are mostly reclined or seated, and props are often used for support. A wonderful option for beginning students, people recovering from illness or surgery, or working with chronic disabilities.
Hatha Yoga is an umbrella term for all physical yoga. There are many different styles of Hatha Yoga, including Iyengar, Ashtanga, Viniyoga, Shadow and more. Most of our teachers teach a blend of Hatha Yoga styles.
Restorative Yoga uses props to support the body to allow gradual opening through passive release. Restorative Yoga is a relaxing style designed to restore your energy and leave you feeling rejuvenated. An excellent choice for those in recovery from illness, injury, are pregnant or suffering from exhaustion.
Beginning Hawaiian Hula Hula is a Polynesian dance form accompanied by chant or song, developed in the Hawaiian Islands by the Polynesians who originally settled there. The hula dramatizes or portrays the words of the chant in a visual dance form.
Beginning Cuban Salsa Dance. Salsa a popular form of social dance rooted in Caribbean culture. Though salsa is usually a partner dance, Ramon's beginning class also features Salsa line dancing. No need to bring a partner!
Vinyasa (Flow Yoga) refers to a dynamic sequence of yoga poses that flow one into the next, involving a conscious coordination of the breath with the movement. Schools of vinyasa yoga, include Pattachi Jois' Ashtanga Yoga and T.K.V. Deskichar's Viniyoga.
Vinyasa practice cultivates stamina and flexibility.
Yoga for Everyone establishes the building blocks of yoga practice including safe alignment and the learning of a standard repertoire of poses. Builds strength, flexibility and understanding and basic breath awareness.
Yoga for 50+. As the body changes, so does our yoga. This class focuses on yoga postures and practices to help keep us lithe and balanced in our bodies and our lives as we navigate middle-age and beyond, to live, grow and become older with awareness and appreciation.
Attention thru Movement: Intro to Feldenkrais.
An introduction to the benefits of the Feldenkrais Method’s awareness through movement practice. Helpful for all looking to deepen their felt understanding of their structure and alignment, as well as those working to heal from injury or chronic pain. The Feldenkrais Method works through neurological repatterning to support gentle improvement in all types of movements. A joyful practice of self-discovery through slow and gentle movement!
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No yoga experience
less than one year of experience
one to two years experience
more than two years of experience
three+ years or approval of teacher