Power Vinyasa Flow Yoga is a powerful, energetic form of yoga where students fluidly move from one pose to the next while connecting their breathing to their movements. This type of yoga is taught in a heated studio which makes it a vigorous and revitalizing form of physical fitness. It incorporates strength, flexibility, balance, cardio and physical and mental stamina in one session. Vinyasa meaning, “flow” or “to move without resistance,” incorporates interval and cross-training exercises to challenge both the aerobic and anaerobic systems of the body. As your body adapts, it is important to vary the types, intensity and duration of the exercises. Power Vinyasa yoga incorporates regular sequences that become familiar to students, but incorporates variations to modify, intensify, or challenge the body by altering the pace or duration of poses, and the frequency that they are repeated.
The translated meaning is Sun and Moon with the balance of masculine and feminine. Masculine is the active, hot, sun and the feminine is the cool, moon and we all have each aspect within us. The postures during this class are static. This class is designed for strength and flexibility and focuses on opening the many channels within our body and especially focuses on the spine. This class is also wonderful for beginners too! If you are wanting to learn balance and gain both inner and outer strength, this class is for you.
Deep stretching and opening of joints and restoring energy and peace and bringing you back to your natural self. This class, which is not heated, is designed to improve muscular strength, endurance and flexibility. You can utilize straps and blocks for allowing yourself to get deeper into muscle and joint opening. Yin is a slow-paced style of yoga with postures, or asanas, that are held for longer periods of time — five minutes or longer per pose is typical. Yoga poses apply moderate stress to the connective tissues — the tendons, fascia and ligaments — with the aim of increasing circulation in the joints and improving flexibility. These poses are also designed to improve the flow of subtle energy that runs through the meridian pathways of the body. Improved flow is believed to improve organ health, immunity and emotional well-being. Yin is not intended as a complete practice in itself, but rather as a complementary practice to balance the effects of more active forms of yoga and exercise.
Bar Yoga & Pilates
Utilizing a ballet bar for core and glute toning, as well as elongating muscles. This class integrates the fat-burning format of interval training with muscle-shaping isometrics to reshape the entire body. The non-impact, one-hour workout targets all major muscle groups. Get there early, this class packs out!
This class is a total body workout, sculpting your body in this class while packing in plyometrics, cardio, yoga and weight-lifting all in one hour that will leave you breathless! On its own, yoga is a great strength and flexibility workout; add weights and it becomes an express ticket to sleek, defined muscles and increased stamina. Yoga with weights combines hatha yoga series with 1, 3, or 5 pound hand-held weights. While the weights require added exertion, they also act as guides, engaging the correct muscle groups and forcing your limbs to work together to balance. Practicing yoga with weights instills an awareness of how your body is meant to move.
Fusion yoga is a heated practice that combines deep stretching with cardio. This class is a blissful mix of Hatha and Power style yoga that utilizes the advantages of both practices. Students will experience the familiar postures of Hatha with a more dynamic and fluid flow that keeps the body strong and flexible. Rather than staying strategic, the body will be gracefully transitioning from each posture to the next while still focusing on alignment and structure. This is a ideal practice for new students looking for more a challenge or for more experienced students looking for balance.
This class is a unique “non-yoga” fitness class that pulls from traditional dancer and ballerina style exercises. Heated Barre will help build lean muscle and improve your endurance.Student will work on isolating muscles with rhythmic movements that challenge the body. Although not a traditional yoga class, this format may improve your overall practice in time.
Buti is an Indian Marathi word that means: A cure hidden beneath the surface or kept secret. Buti Yoga, a non-heated class, is a soulful blend of power yoga, cardio-intensive tribal dance and deep abdominal toning. This all-in-one movement method tones and sculpts the body while facilitating complete inner transformation. Buti uses ancient cleansing techniques called “Kriyas” to stimulate and cleanse the deep abdominal organs and Chakra system – facilitation detoxification on physical, energetic and emotional levels.