Where to start:

If your new to yoga your not alone, we all started at one point! And we start again each time we step onto the mat! Here are the classes that need no previous experience. 

 Any class labeled beginner or intro Will be starting with the ABC's of yoga. right now both Steph and Tam have beginning level and Elsa's official beg. classes will be back after summer, however if you talk to her or want to join she will help you even as a a student who has never had any yoga exposure.

 Barre with Shannon is also a great choice for a first timer as you can learn as you go at any level! 

Mindfulness Meditation is great as a beginner as well, however has less physical movement, but does increase body awareness. 

 

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Beginners Vinyasa

We introduce yoga from its most basic elements. Props, breath, transitions, and basic "poses" or physical postures are introduced, learned and practiced. No experience required. Vinyasa yoga is a dynamic practice that will build heat and strength.  

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Yin

These classes are a long, slow, deep style of yoga done on the floor that targets the connective tissues, ligaments, and joints; Generally in the hips, pelvis and spine. It enhances flexibility, range of motion, and allows for stillness of the mind. 

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Restorative and Yoga Nidra  

Restorative classes are gentle and move very slow, often holding postures for 5 to 15 minutes.  With the use of blocks, bolsters and blankets this class will allow for deep release, returning balance to your body and peace to your mind. 

 Yoga Nidra (Sanskrit: योग निद्रा) or yogic sleep) is a state of consciousness between waking and sleeping, like the "going-to-sleep" stage. ... The yogic goal of both paths, deep relaxation (yoga nidra) and meditation are the same, a state of meditative consciousness.