Which asana class is best for me?

Not sure about the different types of yoga? Here are the styles I’m currently teaching:

 

Vinyasa:
We break down traditional movements like the Sun Salutations and other popular poses to inspire stillness and grace within the body. Expect to build strength and endurance. In Sanskrit, vinyasa means “to place in a special way.” You sync your breath with your movement, as you honor your mind, body and spirit. You’ll leave feeling energized, calm and balanced!

Restorative:
A slow, easy pace makes it easy to unwind and focus on the breath. Relax and renew with this lovely class that uses props to help you hold relaxing poses for longer periods of time. Allow your body to melt a little deeper in to the mellow side of each posture. This class is gentle and for all levels.

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Basics:
If you’re new to yoga, getting back into your practice, or craving a more detailed exploration of yoga, Balance Basics is the perfect class for you. This class focus on the fundamentals—how to do key postures, correct breathing, and how to use props for a pleasant yoga experience. Balance Basics provide a warm, safe and supportive environment for new and more experienced students to learn together. Building on a foundation of safe alignment, you’ll develop the strength, stamina and flexibility that will guide you along your path.

Yin:
Long holds channel energy into your body’s meridians, or subtle energy channels. Yin yoga helps you to experience the depth of yoga postures when you hold them for longer periods of time. You’ll experience a deep sense of calm and stillness in each posture. Yin aims to open the hips, free the spine and pelvis and quiet your mind. You’ll leave class feeling a new sense of freedom and release.

 

 

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