A Good Night's Sleep.
Unwind, calm and soothe the nervous system in preparation for a peaceful night's sleep thru the gentle movements of Feldenkrais.
Feldenkrais: Attention thru Movement.
The Feldenkrais Method works to create neurological re-patterning via gentle, conscious movement. A joyful practice of self-discovery, Feldenkrais is helpful for those looking to deepen their felt understanding of their personal structure and alignment, as well as to heal from injury or chronic pain.
Flow refers to a dynamic sequence of yoga poses that flow one into the next, involving a conscious coordination of breath with movement. Schools of flow or vinyasa yoga, include Ashtanga Yoga and Viniyoga, among others. Flow practice cultivates stamina, power and flexibility.
Gentle Yoga class is a mild yoga practice incorporating mostly reclined or seated poses. Props are often used for support. A wonderful option for beginning students, people recovering from illness or surgery, or working with physical or emotional disabilities.
Hatha Yoga was traditionally used as an umbrella term for the physical practice of yoga. Today it is used to describe a style of doing yoga that is in contrast to flow yoga styles, in which physical alignment is emphasized, poses held for longer periods of time, and modifications and props are used the customize the practice to the needs of the individual practitioner. There are many different styles of Hatha Yoga, with Iyengar Yoga perhaps being the most well known.
Mary's Paffard's Tuesday Evening Hatha Class. A class to unwind with active fluid yoga poses and breath-work which will begin and end with a poem and a relaxation pose. This class is designed to help those who have been on their feet all day, or in front of a screen, or teaching yoga! to transition into the evening with ease and grace. This is not a restorative class but the pace will be slow and steady and will both extend and open your being at the same time as un-furrowing your brow through supine, seated and a select few liquid standing poses and movements.
Intermediate Yoga. Intermediate Yoga is not necessarily more arduous, but rather more subtle. We discover how yoga asana leads naturally into yogic breath work, chant and meditation. Taught by MYoga Director Ann Dyer, intermediate classes are offered in 6-8week series that methodically lead the student thru more challenging poses and nuanced practices with greater ease and pleasure.
Meditation. Whether you are a staunch beginner or long-term practitioner, our meditation classes provide an oasis of community, quiet and compassionate guidance to develop clarity and calm. Classes draw on various meditation styles and traditions, including Mindfulness, Zen and Tibetan Buddhist practices.
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.
Rest + Roll. A tip-to-toe self-massage using the yoga tune-up balls (or a couple of tennis balls will do in a pinch!) Unwind tension to find greater mobility and freedom in your practice. A combination of ball massage, pranayama and rest to cultivate ease and
Soul Sundays are a space and time to nourish the soul by raising our voices together in song; engaging in contemplation; and sharing stories, wisdom and community. Taught by Director Ann Dyer, each session includes some gentle movement and breathwork, song and meditation.
Sound Meditation A morning practice of chanting long tones (kharaj), followed by deep listening practices (naada yoga.) This deeply relaxing form of meditation can often times be more accessible for those who have found other forms of meditation too challenging.
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.
An evening class to unwind with active fluid yoga poses and breath-work which will begin and end with a poem and a relaxation pose. This class is designed to help those who have been on their feet all day, or in front of a screen, or teaching yoga! to transition into the evening with ease and grace. This is not a restorative class but the pace will be slow and steady and will both extend and open your being at the same time as un-furrowing your brow through supine, seated and a select few liquid standing poses and movements.
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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