Hatha classes are for students who believe slow and steady wins the race. Moving mindfully through a series of postures, our Hatha classes feature more standing and balancing poses. This practice builds lower body strength with a focus on a stronger foundation for balance, and overall increased flexibility. Though the pace is great for those newer to yoga, expect a fun, obtainable yet safe challenge.
Vinyasa classes are designed for students to build their own heat via breath work and intense physical awareness. We will focus on learning the breathing exercises, yoga postures, and yogic philosophy through mindful movement. This all-levels practice cultivates focus, alignment, stamina, and flexibility.
Power flow links the body movement with breath to create a dynamic flow of poses. This is a vigorous, detoxifying, strength-based class, working the body to the core, building flexibility, and endurance. Weaving together wisdom teachings and music can inspire physical, energetic, mental, intuitive, and blissful states of consciousness
This practice uses gentle movement and breath to allow the body to unwind and relax yet still feel a deep opening in the body. The pace is very slow and minimal standing poses will be used. This is an all level class, with modifications for each pose
Restorative classes offer a slower-pace, focusing on restoration and stress-relief in the body and mind. Expect, long, passive holds with a series of 5-7 restful poses usually supported by props to deepen the experience and achieve total state of relaxation and release. Various meditation practices will be offered. *Due to COVID19 restrictions, students must provide their own props (Blankets, Blocks and Bolsters)
This class style accommodates beginners, intermediates and advanced students. We will encourage students to be mindful and move at their own pace. Student's will be guided through yoga postures while focusing on breath work with options to increase or decrease challenges. Our goal is for you will walk away with a greater knowledge of the practice of yoga.
In this dynamic practice students will use breath to move mindfully through a flowing sequence of postures, transitioning with intention, strengthening our ability to be present. Through this slow, focused movement students are able to isolate their efforts by creating balance from the inside out. Be ready for a creative and safe sequence. Come with a curious mind, an "I can" attitude and leave feeling accomplished and centered.
This class is perfect for beginners or first timers. It is slow paced and full of information. Yoga essential moves through asanas or poses mindfully and safely while taking the time to notice how your body feels in each pose. You are encouraged to ask questions freely during practice. This class will teach you how to safely position your body into each pose with the understanding of where you should be feeling the stretch along with how and where you are strengthening the body.
Make sure to drink plenty of water throughout the day, hydration is very important.
Also, make sure to avoid eating a heavy meal within two to hours of class, a heavy meal may make your yoga practice very uncomfortable.
Arrive 15 mins. prior to the start of class if attending In-Studio. Our classes start on time and for everyone's safety our doors will be locked at the start of class (no exceptions).
Please mention any injuries to your teacher as they will be able to provide modifications to standard Yoga poses to help you get the most out of your practice.
Due to COVID19, students must provide their own yoga mat and props (blanket, bolster, blocks, sandbags and maybe an eye pillow for Savasana. Some students may work up quite a sweat, if you think that it would be helpful you are more than welcome to bring a towel with you. Visit our retail store for any props you may need to better enhance your practice.
We ask that cell phones be turned OFF or silenced *not vibrate* before entering the studio. Our goal is to enhance your experience and is a polite gesture to your teachers and fellow students.
TBY recommends our students to wear light, comfortable clothing that allows a full range of movement. Layers help to adjust for temperature changes during and after classes. It is best to wear natural fibers. You should also avoid large t-shirts, short shorts, and very loose clothing.
We ask that you remove your shoes prior to entering the practice area. Jackets and personal belongings are to be placed in the closet located inside the studio, not the hallway.
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