Kids Yoga is a fun approach to yoga that is very beneficial for children whose bodies are still developing. The use of animated poses and stretching exercises promotes strength, flexibility, coordination, and body awareness. Breathing and visualization techniques teach kids how to focus, relax and develop self-control. In addition to helping kids release pent-up energy in a fun, safe environment, yoga also stimulates children's creative imaginations. Offered in a 6 week session.
Our Kids Yoga program also promotes inner-strength, confidence, and self-esteem; a feeling of well-being and respect for others; and, love for one's self, inside and out.
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No matter where you are in your pregnancy, positive well-being and physical flexibility are very important. Pre-natal yoga can help you:
Establish a deeper connection with your mind, body, and baby with breathing and relaxation techniques learned each week.Increase your energy and endurance.Strengthen and tone muscles used for labor and delivery. and tone muscles used for labor and delivery.
Developed by Master Yoga Instructor Shiva Rea, Prana Flow is a liberating, evolutionary, rhythmic, vinyasa flow class that encompasses mudra, chanting, bandha, pranayama, meditation, asana, kriya and a whole lot of fun.It’s set to music, and it is almost guaranteed to raise your vibration, open your heart and set your mind free.
Transform your body and mind in this empowering Vinyasa class! This stimulating class incorporates traditional core-toning and strength-building movements into a powerful yoga practice intended to challenge your body in an inspirational way. This class is suited for students of all levels, yet a strong desire to work hard is encouraged. Empower yourself and achieve greater strength, alignment, and overall confidence in your yoga practice.
* Yin yoga is a quiet practice suitable for students of all levels of experience. Students are offered an opportunity to surrender, slow down and come back to balance. Many of the poses are seated, supine or prone and are held with muscles relaxed for several minutes. The Yin parts of our body are the parts that lie closest to our core, specifically the bones and connective tissue. Muscles prefer movement and repetition and are considered the Yang parts. Remaining muscularly passive for periods of time gently stretches dense connective tissue of the lower back, hips and spine, which may otherwise become stiff and less mobile as we age. There is a focus on the breath, being present in the moment, relieving tension and letting go. The Yin practice includes powerful mental and emotional benefits as its practitioner becomes quiet, still and mindful of the present.