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Class STYLES
Which class is right for you?

Restoative Yoga

       Restorative Yoga
Embrace the Power of Deep Rest
 

  • Ease anxiety

  • Reduce stress

  • Deepen sleep

  • Ease tension 

  • Quiet your mind

  • Strengthen your immune system

  • Increased sense of well-being

restorative yoga


What is Restorative Yoga?


Restorative yoga is a restful practice that is all about slowing down. While comfortably resting, your body is boosting its immune system, releasing tightness in muscles and joints, repairing damaged tissue, balancing the nervous system, balancing brain function, reducing anxiety and mental stress. This class is an excellent and important addition to an active, demanding life and a great antidote to stress.  It is also of great benefit for anyone experiencing injury or illness, as it engages the body's natural healing systems. You will leave feeling deeply rested, calm, and rejuvenated.  
 

Restorative yoga is a different experience than most other styles of yoga. All poses are done on the floor, supported by props so you can relax effortlessly, allowing your body to rest and mind to quiet.  You are guided through 4 or 5 poses during a one hour class, which includes breath work and meditations.  All levels welcome.
 

Hatha Flow Yoga

     Hatha Flow Yoga
 Breath inspired movement

 

  • Increase flexibility

  • Increase mobility

  • Increase strength

  • Improve focus

  • Cultivate calm

  • Energize

  • Revitalize

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What is Hatha Flow Yoga?

This practice is performed at a slower pace, and includes time for meditation, breath work, and restoratives. The slower pace allows you to move in and out of poses comfortably, while having the time to be aware of what feels right for your body. Modifications are offered to help people of all levels and abilities enjoy the benefits of yoga.

Hatha Flow yoga can be practiced by everyone, regardless of age or physical condition. With a strong focus on mind-body connection, breath work, and strengthening somatic awareness, it is especially great for people with injuries, pain, mobility or health issues. This is a great practice for mental and physical rejuvenation, while cultivating a deep sense of inner calm. 

Yoga Nidra Meditation

   Yoga Nidra Meditation
Powerfully healing mind-body experience

 

  • Reduces stress and anxiety

  • Cultivates mind-body connection

  • Deepens sleep

  • Reduces insomnia

  • Eases pain and discomfort

  • Increases heart rate variability

  • Elevates well-being

  • Nurtures inner calm

yoga nidra meditation

 

What is Yoga Nidra Meditation?

 

Yoga Nidra, often referred to as yogic sleep, is a guided mind-body meditation that takes you into an integrated, whole body awareness for effortless relaxation, and deep healing. In this state of relaxation, the body shifts into the parasympathetic nervous system, where natural healing systems are activated, breath and heart rate slow down, mind quiets, inner calm arises.  The parasympathetic nervous system works in opposition to the sympathetic nervous system, state that engages our flight-or-fight responses. 

Yoga Nidra supports optimal health and well-being for everyone.  However, it is particularly beneficial for individuals who face a high level of chronic stress.  In addition, it is also helpful for people suffering from sleep deprivation, insomnia,  trauma, and mental health issues such as anxiety and depression. 

 

Yoga Nidra meditation can be experienced in any comfortable position, such as seated, lying down in bed, or on a yoga mat.  No yoga or meditation experience is needed, to enjoy the full benefits of Yoga Nidra.

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