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Class Descriptions

Yoga is derived from the Sanskrit root ‘Yuj’, it means ‘to unite’. The practice of yoga joins the Body, Mind, and Spirit. 


General term for slow spaced, gentle form of yoga. An umbrella term for all the physical postures of yoga, these classes are a classic approach to breathing and exercise. Excellent introduction to your yoga practice. 


Refers to breath-synchronized movement; movements are coordinated with your breath to flow from one pose to another. Style, pace, and intensity vary depending on the instructor. It is generally fast paced and overall helps build strength and flexibility. 


Focuses on how the body should be positioned to gain the most from each pose, while avoiding injury. It uses props such as bands, blankets, and blocks. Poses are held for a longer period rather then moving into the next pose quickly.


Translates to “eight limbs” in Sanskrit. Physically demanding and fast paced, a set of poses is performed in the same order.


This type of yoga will work your core and breath with fast paced postures and breath exercises. Classes are of high intensity and involve chanting, mantra, and meditation. 


Bikram yoga or referred to as Hot yoga- Features a sequence of set poses in a sauna-like room. Allows loosening of tight muscles and the cleansing effect of sweating. 

Yin Yoga

Slow paced style with seated postures that are held for longer periods of time. Strengthens connective tissue, promotes elasticity, and has restorative meditative qualities. 

Restorative Yoga

Slow paced, with longer holds that are meant to tap into the parasympathetic nervous system, promoting deep relaxation. It is used to help with insomnia and anxiety and props are often used.

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