Let the worries of your day to day life slip away for 60-75 minutes at a time. Come and share your practice with our teachers. All of our leaders have a minimum of 200 hours of training, several have 500 hours or more. Our program offers traditional Hatha Yoga with Savasana, restorative and relaxation portions. You can expect to leave our classes feeling lighter and refreshed. Our teachers are warm, welcoming and caring. Hatha Yoga is a great addition to any fitness regime. Our studio doesn’t offer heated classes, in fact we actually have air conditioning, so if the thought of getting too warm makes you feel uncomfortable then we might be the right place for you.
Whether you are trying to work towards a fitness goal, cope with tension or relieve tightness in your body from other sports, these classes will benefit you. These classes will also benefit your mind and spirit. Take some time to feel more grounded, less stressed and more at ease with your day to day life. If you are training in other sports, you could consider a Yoga class as an active rest or recovery day.
Over time Yoga can increase muscle tone, improve flexibility, improve posture, improve balance and cognitive skills.
Yoga practice is an individual practice within a group setting, all of our teachers will offer modifications, props and variations for each posture. We provide and encourage the use of props for our classes. Our studio is fully equipped with blocks, wedges, blankets, bolsters of varying sizes, mats, mat storage for members, mat cleaner, towel service and fruit bowl service.
Follow your nature. The practice is really about uncovering your own pose; we have great respect for our teachers, but unless we can uncover our own pose in the moment, it’s not practice — it’s mimicry. Rest deeply in Savasana every day. Always enter that pratyahara (withdrawn state) every day. And just enjoy yourself. For many years I mistook discipline as ambition. Now I believe it to be more about consistency. Do get on the mat. Practice and life are not that different.
– Judith Hanson Lasater