Slow Flow Vinyasa Yoga In Vinyasa Yoga we connect each breath with movement. In Slow Flow Vinyasa we breathe slowly, use the length of each breath to move into the next pose. Even though we move slower you will still get your heart rate going, your muscles working and feel the heat build up in your body.
Yin Yoga In Yin Yoga we target the deep connective tissue, the ligaments and fascia that connects our entire system. The main area of focus is thelower back, hips, pelvis and knees. The areas that most often become tense and fragile. Yin Yoga is a passive style of yoga that brings us deep into poses, all performed on the floor. We stress our ligaments, and fascia, joints and even bones in a healthy and mindful way and learn to accept the limits of our body and gain flexibility, stability, respect and acceptance. We practice stillness as we hold the poses for a period of time and calm our mind and nervous system.
Restorative Yoga with Reiki Restorative Yoga is an invitation to take time for yourself as we put emphasis on deep relaxation, no movement, no effort, exhaling and letting go. The practice is passive and the poses are practiced on the floor. We gently stretch and relax our muscles and each sequence is designed to gently move the spine in all directions. The poses are supported with bolsters, blankets and blocks to help ease into deep relaxation and rejuvenation. This practice is great for beginners, helps relieve injuries, chronic pain, tightness and reduces stress.
Reiki is an old japanese practice to help promote personal relaxation. It gives you a peaceful and relaxing experience to just be with yourself.
Yin and Yang Yoga Yang Yoga is the more active part of yoga, it strengthens the muscles, and we move more dynamically from pose to pose. Yin Yoga is the other half of yoga, the passive and calm part. We gain flexibility, and stability by targeting our joints, deep connective tissues and even bones. The practice is performed on the floor.