Fall Yoga Schedule

from September 5 through December 3

Fall yoga schedule

Class Updates

Saturday, Oct 14 at 9am
Tiffani will be subbing for Jill

 
 

Class Descriptions

Based on Hatha Yoga, meaning Sun and Moon, is a good class to learn foundational poses, relaxation techniques, and become comfortable with yoga. Sol Flow tries to achieve balance between body and mind, as well as attempts to free the more subtle spiritual elements of the mind through physical poses or asanas, breathing techniques or pranayama, and meditation. This class explores movement through sun salutations to build heat, static poses to build strength, followed by stretches to create space.

level 1/2: If you’re new to yoga, this is a great class to start with. A little slower than our 2, but not as modified as our EnLighten Flow.
level 2: A perfect blend of a little bit of heat and challenge, but also a little slowing and cooling.
level 2/3: Wanting to exlpore your edge a little more, but not quite a full Awakening Flow? We’ll practice vinyasa, but keep it a little slower paced, and maybe throw in an optional arm balance sometimes too!
Based on Hatha Yoga principles, this gentle class can be very useful for yogis whoprefer a less physically demanding practice, such as seniors, practitioners who are recovering from injury, with limited capabilities or even those who are simply looking for a softer practice.

Focusing on restoration, this class maintains a much more relaxed pace, creating more time for resting between poses to allow the body to recover.

level 1:You will practice modified sun salutations to gently open to the body for deeper poses.
Awakening Flow is based on a vinyasa style practice. The word vinyasa means “breath-synchronized movement.” In other words, the teacher will instruct you to move from one pose to the next on an inhale or an exhale. This Flow allows the poses to smoothly run together and become like a dance. This style allows for a lot of variety. There is no single philosophy, rule book, or sequence that teachers must follow, so there is a lot of room for individual personalities and quirks to come through.

If you enjoy a challenge, a little more sweat, and some fun inversions and arm balances? Then this class is for you.

level 3: If you enjoy a challenge, a little more sweat, and some fun inversions and arm balances, then this class is for you. One should be familiar with the basic poses encountered in our Sol Flow classes.

Keep up with your goals and don’t let the off season get you down!

This practice is designed to restore, stabilize, strengthen, prevent injury, and help you emerge in spring ready to meet peak season head on.  Building on many elements of traditional yoga, and incorporating progressive mobility work, you’ll experience a full circle of a total body, mind, and spirit integration.

In addition to working our bodies, we’ll also explore basic principals of meditation and how we can train the mind to boost performance.  Expect each class to vary in challenge and intention.

 

This practice is suitable for anyone ages 13 and up. No previous yoga experience is required.

 

HiiFlow (High Intensity Interval Flow) combines yoga and interval repeats. This class builds endurance while lengthening and strengthening the body and mind. Get ready for periods of strenuous sequences that will bring you to the edge of your physical and mental limit. 

If you enjoy a fun challenge and breaking a serious sweat, this is the class you’re looking for.
Prenatal yoga is specifically designed with the expectant mama in mind. Breathing techniques and postures will aid in relieving discomforts associated with pregnancy as well as aid in labor and motherhood!

Come join other mama yoginis in celebrating this special part of your life and your baby’s.

No previous yoga experience required. Mamas in any trimester is welcome.
Yin yoga also referred to as Daoist yoga, involves asanas that go deep into the bodies tissues. The poses are often held for 3 to 10 minutes, with the goal of accessing deeper connective tissue’s as well as connecting with a more meditative state. Balancing yin and yang or dark and light is crucial for an overall effect of well being in our mind and body. Yin encourages us to find our edge without going too far. The intensity of the class is controlled by the student.

All levels

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November 11

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September 16

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