Class Descriptions

Gentle Yoga

New to yoga? Start here. This class is perfect for everyone as we focus on the fundamentals and move into postures at a slower pace. This practice is designed to restore the body while relieving fatigue and muscle tension. Class will align breath and movement with a consistent gentle flow introducing yoga poses that can modified for safety at any level. Props may be used during this practice to support and assist your body as needed.

 
 
 

Flow

A yoga class for everyone. This class will focus on breath and body alignment, usage of props, and turning inward to support your mind and soul. Each class will be different based on students' daily desires to help improve flexibility, balance, lower stress, and find peace. 

 

Flow & Yin

This 75 minute class incorporates flow yoga focusing on breath and alignment while ending with longer yin yoga poses. Yin yoga incorporates props to allow us to hold poses for longer (3-5 minutes) to move deeper into connective tissues and allow the mind to unwind and relax.  

Fusion 

This fitness style class brings a variety of strength building exercises incorporating Pilates, Barre, and Yoga to create a strong and sweaty workout.  We use a variety of equipment and formats in this fun and energizing class! Indoor tennis shoes may be recommended based on your body.  

 

Gentle Strength

This class provides a gentle paced workout to increase muscle strength, endurance, range of motion, and improve your balance. We alternate between upper and lower body strength exercises and low-impact cardio incorporating Pilates, Barre, and Yoga formats for a full body workout. Resistance bands, Pilates balls, light weights, straps, and chairs will be used in this class. Indoor tennis shoes may be recommended based on your comfort.

 

Yin Yoga

This style is meditative and relaxing with a focus on lengthening the connective tissue – the tendons, fascia, and ligaments – to improve flexibility and increase circulation in the joints. Expect to hold poses for longer than usual (three to five minutes) with using the support of props (blankets, blocks, bolsters). Guided meditation may be incorporated during the final pose, savasana.

 

Christ-Centered Yin & Meditation

This class provides space and time for students to simply be still and intentionally connect to Christ - mind, body, spirit, and soul. The topics and teachings are centered on the Bible to allow students to meditate on God's word and worship through movement.