A place to begin or to begin again. Break down key foundational poses, standard breathing exercises, and foundational alignment within a moderately-paced vinyasa format. Appropriate for anyone who wants to concentrate on the fundamentals. No prior experience expected.
A step between levels, featuring aspects of both. This class offers the opportunity to move with increased fluidity and into more challenging modifications. Experience in Basics encouraged.
An invitation to investigate the details. Principles of clear alignment are applied to transitions into more complex and challenging asanas including arm balances, binds, and inversions.
The sweet spot. A class appropriate for those comfortable at the Intermediate level who may be open to playing with more dynamic sequencing and optional modifications for added challenge.
Welcome to the jungle. For more experienced practitioners who can expect fluid sequencing and subtle instruction for a more nuanced investigation of asana, pranayama, and meditation.
All the good stuff in fewer breaths. This is an open-level practice appropriate for those with experience in group classes.
Do less. Deep, active relaxation is fostered by moving through a particular set of postures utilizing props (blankets, blocks, bolsters, belts, etc) in full support of the body and its release of effort. Positions are held for several minutes at a time and include guided awareness of the breath.
Arise, abide, dissolve. This class will warm you up, get you moving, and then set you up for deep relaxation. Expect a complete asana practice that’s two parts active, one part passive.
yoga for seniors
For re-awakening the body. This is a practice designed for older adults looking to gain strength, flexibility, and balance by working with breath and movement. Attention to alignment and modifications to postures are applied with the purpose of protecting bone, muscle, and joint health—particularly important for those who have experienced hip or knee replacement, arthritis, bone loss, and injury.