Classes

Gentle Movement Yoga

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Suitable for all levels. Great for beginners. It does move at a slow and steady pace. Asanas are primarily floor-based, reclined or seated with few, if any, standing poses. In gentle yoga, you move your body in a gentle comfortable way; it encourages movement without the potential for strain. Poses are generally held for over 30-90 seconds  each, and you utilize pillows and cushions for comfort. This yoga class is appropriate for those working with injury, limited mobility, or who prefer a softer, gentler approach to yoga. Find energy, strength, and flexibility while staying kind and gentle to yourself.

Vinyasa Yoga

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Good choice for beginners. Vinyasa means "breath-synchronized movement.” Vinyasa is a style of yoga characterized by stringing postures together so that you move from one to another, seamlessly, using breath. Vinyasa has both physical and mental benefits. Physically, sweat releases toxins and re-energizes our bodies. Mentally, the synchronized breathing relaxes the chatter of the mind and helps to release any blockage of energy flow throughout our bodies. This helps relieve anxiety and stress. When your mind is relaxed, you tend to lose more weight. Vinyasa Yoga is also called a moving meditation. This is a slower-paced flow class geared towards those new to yoga or preferring a slightly gentler class. Time is spent breaking down sun salutations and other poses fundamental to a Vinyasa practice. Props and modifications offered for proper alignment and ease in the postures.

Hot Yoga

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Good choice for intermediate yogis. Hot yoga is a modern yoga performed under hot and humid conditions, resulting in considerable sweating. Hot yoga rooms can vary in humidity and are generally heated to anywhere from 80 -100 degrees. The heat produces a fluid-like stretch allowing for greater range of movement. Your muscles and connective tissue become more elastic and will help you to go deeper into a yoga pose as the body becomes more flexible with less chance of injury. The breathing exercises in hot yoga can actually help train your lungs to retain more air. Deeper breaths force them to expand more than usual, which allows for more oxygen to enter the blood stream and get to the other organs. A 60 minutes Hot yoga class can burn between 200 - 600 calories, Benefits of hot yoga include: You tend to burn calories due to an increased heart rate and metabolism. The blood flow to your arms and legs is increased, delivering more oxygenated blood to the muscles. Muscle tone and flexibility are improved.

Buti Yoga

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Good choice advanced yogis. Buti means "the cure to something hidden or kept secret." This practice is a high-intensity fusion of yoga, tribal dance, and plyometrics. Classes combine cardio, strength training and flexibility in one seamless format. All Buti classes utilize spiral structure technique to facilitate the release + toning of the body - physical, emotional and energetic. Through primal movement, dynamic asana and cardio-sprints, students breakdown the emotional barriers that hold them back from achieving self-love and true human connection. Music guides our classes like an internal GPS to avoid having to listen to 8 counts or reps. The beat blended movement forces you out of your head and INTO YOUR BODY. It is in THIS magical place that you integrate your human experience instead of escape it. All formats incorporate elements of shaking + vibration to help release stored trauma and stimulate cellular reorganization BUTI really allows you to have fun and let go, while getting a seriously tough workout. You can burn between 100-300 calories an hour!!!

Lunch Express Yoga

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Great choice for beginners and   intermediate. This class is designed for those who are new, and familiar to yoga. But are in need of a quick session during the lunch break. This class is sure to boost your energy, give your mind clarity, and have you ready to take on the rest of your week.

Beginners Yoga

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Great choice for beginners. This class is designed for those who are new to yoga. We will show you a few of the common yoga poses and explain the benefits of the posture. Get your questions answered, walking away feeling confident.

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