A description of the Classes



Beginners Yoga:

A traditional Hatha Yoga class with postures, deep relaxation, breathing practices, and meditation. A well balanced informative and balanced class.




Intermediate Yoga:

Includes more variations with less rest between the postures. There is more emphasis on quietening the mind and going within.



Advanced Yoga:

Includes new and more challenging postures with extended pranayama, meditation and philosophy.





Multi Level Classes:

These sessions are suitable for the beginner student familiar with the class and those looking to deepen their practice.




Chair Yoga

Perhaps the gentlest form of yoga out there, Chair Yoga is gaining momentum in senior communities and rehabilitation centers. This form is not a distinct type of yoga; rather, it is a modified way of approaching the asanas so that people with health issues or restrictions can reap the benefits of a more traditional Hatha practice.

Although you won’t get a vigorous workout or tackle any challenging poses in a Chair Yoga class, the emphasis on breathing, balance and taking things at your own pace makes it a perfect practice for older or physically challenged people. This type of yoga can reduce high blood pressure and anxiety, and alleviate symptoms of chronic fatigue syndrome, arthritis, multiple sclerosis, carpal tunnel syndrome, clinical depression, and chronic pain.



Yoga Nidra -Deep Relaxation

These are scheduled deep relaxation sessions, allowing more time than the 15 minute deep relaxation sessions at the end of each class.

Yoga Nidra brings an incredible calmness, quietness and clarity. Yoga Nidra is one of the deepest of all meditations, leading awareness through many levels of mental process to a state of supreme stillness and insight.




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