Looking for New Ways to Recommit to Your Yoga Practice?
The kids are back in school and the temperatures are beginning to cool down. Fall is officially here. Are you looking for new ways to recommit to your yoga practice? If you are like me, you may have fallen out of your yoga routine over the summer due to vacations, kids’ events or summer concerts with friends. We are here to help! Our new fall schedule starts on September 5th and includes a variety of new classes, new times and new faces all designed to bring a spark back into your practice and get you back on your mat. You will find that we have added Buti yoga, heated classes, levels to the current classes and more than six new teachers to our fall schedule! And if that isn’t enough- all classes from Tuesday, September 5th through Monday, September 11th are only $5!! Remember, a journey of a thousand miles begins with the first step!
Buti Yoga is a dynamic asana practice fused with primal movement, tribal dance and deep core engagement. It is a soulful blend of power flow vinyasa yoga, cardio intensive dance, plyometrics, and deep abdominal toning. This all in one movement-method tones and sculpts the body while facilitating complete inner transformation. Utilizing the spiral structure technique (SST) to train the inner and outer core muscles, not only maximizing core strength and appearance, but also developing functional movement to prevent injury and achieve personal greatest strength and balance potential.
Buti Yoga is taught by Emily Kelly on Thursdays at 6 pm and Saturdays at 10 am.
A 60 minute gentle flow class focused on the energy centers in the body, specifically the chakras led by Kate Holte. This class offers students the opportunity to explore different aspects of their yoga practice by learning to focus their intention and align their physical and energetic bodies through specific movement, breath work, chanting, and meditation techniques. Kate will be assisted by her husband Adam, a certified myofascial therapist and throughout the practice both Kate and Adam will offer physical adjustments to students to help improvement the movement of energy throughout the body.
Chakra Yoga is taught by Kate Holte and assisted by her husband Adam on Fridays at 4:45 pm.
We believe in making yoga accessible to all by offering consciously affordable classes often. Our weekly Community Yoga class is only $10 is open to anyone of all ages, ability, and experience.
Community Yoga is taught by Olga Keegan on Sundays at 4:30 pm.
During this 60 minute class you will be guided through poses in a Vinyasa style, beginning with the basic poses, but allowing for more challenging poses based on your practice level. Props are encouraged to allow the body to fully achieve each pose comfortably. This is a great class for students looking for a more gentle experience, those who are new to yoga or those who have injuries or limitations.
Gentle Flow is taught by Rebecca Lynch on Sundays at 10 am.
Vin Yin is combination of vinyasa flow and yin yoga. The first portion of class utilizes the heat of vinyasa flow, and is then followed with the cooling stillness of yin postures to achieve balance. A slower-paced flow through sun salutations and standing postures, geared towards those new to yoga or preferring a gentler practice. Followed with the passive long holds of yin to target joints, connective tissues, and fascia. Yin poses are floor based and supported with props to create as little effort while holding for 2-5 minutes.
Vin Yin is taught by Rebecca Lynch on Tuesdays at 9 am and Kati Black on Thursdays at 9 am.
These classes are open to all levels of practice. Your instructor will give you options and modifications throughout the class. More complex poses may be introduced for advanced students, while beginners can work at their own level and work towards what’s next! If you are brand new to yoga, we recommend starting with the Yoga for Every Body class, but this is not required and there is no previous experience needed to enjoy a mixed level class.
These classes are designed to introduce new and continuing students to the foundations of alignment, breathwork, primary poses, sequences and variations. Level 1/2 is intended for the student who has practiced yoga before, and is good for the student who wants to build on their yoga practice. If you are brand new to yoga, we recommend starting with the Yoga for Every Body class.
Level 2 Vinyasa classes explore more complex movements and sequences including deeper backbends, hip opening, twists, and forward folds. Classes may also include arm balancing as well. The teacher will encourage rest periods and offer modifications as needed.
Level 2/3 classes are designed for intermediate to advanced practitioners. We recommend that you have a solid practice and understanding of intermediate yoga postures and breathing techniques. These classes are exciting, challenging and great for those who are ready to take it to the next level. Heated/Warm Classes Heated Vinyasa classes range anywhere from 85-92 degrees. Warm Vinyasa classes are typically around 80 degrees.