Family Yoga. Yoga for the whole family. Learn wellness and mindfulness togethe in a creative and playful setting. Children must be accompanied by an adult (two children max per adult supervisor.) Register separately. Children: $8 Adults: Any of our regular class payment options.
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 vinyasa yoga, include Pattachi Jois' Ashtanga Yoga and T.K.V. Deskichar's 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 traditionally was an umbrella terWorkshops + Seriesm for the physical practice. Today it refers to yoga that is less flow- and more alignment- oriented in which poses are held longer and alignment refined. There are many different styles of Hatha Yoga, with Iyengar yoga perhaps being the most well known .
Intermediate Yoga. Intermediate Yoga is not necessarily more arduous, but rather more subtle. We discover how yoga asana leads naturally into yogic breathwork, 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 subtle practices with greater ease and pleasure. Check here for next scheduled series.
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.
Roll + Align. In this light hearted class you will unwind tension to find greater mobility and freedom in your practice. A combination of ball massage,
alignment cues, active movements, pranayama and rest to cultivate strength,
contentment and love.
Soul Space: Community Meditation
Soul Space is a weekly time and place to nurture our hearts, clear our minds and connect with one another. Led by Roy Remer, executive director of the Zen Hospice Project, Soul Space is simple, introductory instructions for meditation. Inspired readings to awaken the heart. Supportive discussions on how to meet life's challenges with skill, clarity and compassion. Beginning and established meditators are welcome. Use your membership/class series, or special reduced drop-in rate of $12. Details
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. Re-connect to yourself and see the payoff in the week ahead. For more on Ann's teaching of chant here.
Yin Yoga is a powerful practice that deepens the mind-body connection and conditions the connective tissues—bones, joints, ligaments, fascia—improving flexibility and joint health. Calm the mind and body with this grounding practice where poses are held for several minutes. Poses are explored on the floor with the use of props to create stability as we gently open the body, find our edge, cultivate intuition, and settle into stillness.
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.
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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