Interested in learning about yoga beyond asana (postures)? Do you have questions regarding the practices of yoga? Do you want to deepen your spiritual practice? This is the class for you! Whether you’re brand new to yoga or a long time practitioner, this class offers something for everyone...read more»
A relaxed or passive yoga practice consisting of floor postures held for three to five minutes at a time. It is the ideal complement to more muscular or “Yang” forms of Yoga… read more »
This class is used to enhance the flow of energy or chi through the body combining two approaches of teaching into one practice: one approach is yin – passive and restorative holds and the other approach is yang – active stretching and strengthening using fluid circular movements. Each sequence is created to be very balancing in terms of creating posture sequences that work both yin (joints and connective tissue) and yang (muscle tissue) parts of the body.
Expand your horizon and explore the depths of your mind, body and soul as you move through a guided yoga practice and meditation while enveloped in candlelight. This is a class open to all levels of experience done with only the light of candles.
Learn the foundational yoga postures typically practiced in a yoga-asana sequence. A wonderful class for those new to yoga, just learning the basics of alignment, breath and intention. This class is also recommended to more experienced yogis that want to spend more time enhancing their body awareness. There are five different class formats for this class, each with a different posture theme, they are: 1.Standing Poses, 2. Forward Bends & Twists, 3. Hip Openers & Side Bends, 4. Sun Salutations & Backbends, and 5. Inversions. Each class includes a balance of poses from a variety of posture categories while remaining focused on a particular theme. Come and enjoy a relaxing atmosphere with soothing music, hands on assists and enhancements in the poses and movements for any body.
In this class we will flow through movements of gratitude – opening our hearts to giving and receiving. Through graceful and fluid motion you will begin to unite with your unique body, cultivating a yoga practice filled with kindness, compassion, generosity and love for oneself and all beings creating a path to world peace. This is a vinyasa class… read more »
A vinyasa practice links breath with movement and intention. In this practice you will flow through a balanced stream of postures including sun salutations, standing postures, backbends, forward bends, twists, inversions, relaxation and more. Vinyasa Yoga is an active practice that encourages focused intention, meditation, relaxation and spiritual growth through asana… read more »
Created by David Life and Sharon Gannon in 1984 JY is an intellectually stimulating practice leading to spiritual awareness; a path to enlightenment through compassion to all beings. Each class focuses on a theme, which is supported by Sanskrit chanting, readings, references to scriptural texts, music, spoken word, asana sequencing and yogic breathing practices… read more »
KirtanAsana, also known as Rock Star Yoga is musically inspired asana (posture) practice aimed at liberating the vocal chords, building lung capacity and freeing the musician within you. With breathing techniques, chanting, and a little free-spirited dancing we are learning to be harmonious with all of life. Each class ends with an inspired, free-style drum circle/kirtan so bring you favorite instrument...read more »
Have you ever wanted to fly like a bird? Have you ever flown in your dreams? Come to Flight Club and learn how!
"If we all did the things we are capable of doing, we would literally astonish ourselves."
~ Thomas A. Edison
Let us plant this conceptual seed into our fertile minds. Let us explore what is possible...read more»
This is a fun-filled participatory and experiential event! Laughter Yoga includes movement, light stretching, breathing exercises, and laughter exercises - all leading up to a laughter yoga meditation, where all participants laugh uncontrollably for 15 minutes or longer! This is not a “comedy or humor club.” Rather, it is an experience to give yourself permission to “laugh for no reason,” under the guidance of a trained Laughologist...read more »
When the body, mind & spirit are aligned we are able to come more fully into a place of connection, oneness and wholeness. The goal of all yoga practices is yoga - union; the realization of the interconnectedness of all beings and things, bliss, oneness, enlightenment. To assist us with moving closer to yoga, we can begin by aligning our physical & energetic bodies. This class will teach the basics alignment in a variety of yoga asanas (postures), and may also include the practice of vinyasa (connecting movements with intention). Sure to enlighten more body awareness and deeper connections within the practices of yoga. It is recommended for the beginner yogi, advanced yogi and everyone in between!
This is a class solely focused on body-mind relaxation and rejuvenation. A combination of restorative stretches and guided breathing (pranayama), meditation and relaxation will be introduced. Deep relaxation adjustments are made to lengthen and open the body; creating a more comfortable position and enhancing a peaceful state. Sure to be your favorite class of the week!
Become and be part of The Practice! Teachers, students, everyone throughout the city come together and co-create this class...read more»
This Deaf-focused yoga class is perfect for those interested in experiencing a visual yoga class. The class is presented in American Sign Language (ASL) and open to all experience levels.
All too often there are expectations that Deaf community members can and should enter hearing yoga classes and that it is easy to follow along. This yoga class is designed for yoga aspirants and/or teachers that want to step into the reverse experience - participate in an ASL-only, visual yoga class. You will see how simple it is to follow along, as well as gain some insight into how to make simple accommodations for Deaf yogis. Open to all and everyone is encouraged to attend, regardless of ASL knowledge.