Beginning Yoga 6 Week Yoga Series
Mondays 10:30 am- 11:30am March 2 - April 6
Wednesdays 5:30-6:30pm March 4- April 8
If you are new to yoga, or you are ready to resume your practice after a long hiatus, our Beginning Yoga 6 Week Series offers a welcome, encouraging and safe environment to explore basic yoga poses and philosophy.
Flexibility is not required. No prior yoga experience is required nor expected.
Proper alignment of basic yoga poses will be practiced with modifications offered with the use of props.
Breathing techniques (pranayama) and meditation will improve focus and relaxation.
Taught by Clare Vilenski (Monday mornings) and Polly Wing (Wednesday evenings).
Yoga For Strength
We'll learn the fundamentals of yoga and move to enhance mobility, stability, and balance. We'll add strength to traditional yoga poses with the use of elastic bands and specific movement. We also take time to use small therapy balls to erase tension and promote down-regulation. Added optional challenges make this appropriate for all levels. Loretta guarantees a light-hearted fun learning environment.
Taught by Loretta Zedella
Yoga Nidra/Asana Transformation
Class begins with a 30 minute Yoga Nidra journey led by Garrett to release deeply held stress from the body and mind. During a 15-minute pause/savasana, arriving students may quietly enter the studio for the second part of the class. At 6:15 pm, Catherine will blend gentle asana, yin, and restorative poses to provide additional physical nurturing. This class heals a full range of physical/mental conditions such as lack of sleep, fatigue, anxiety, depression, problem resolution, life transitions, and grief.
Taught by Garrett LaValley and Catherine Walters
Restorative Yoga ON HOLD THROUGH MARCH
Restorative yoga is a deep invitation to your body to consciously slow down and open your body through passive specially and artfully propped poses. If you take a restorative class, you may hardly move at all, doing just a few postures in the course of an hour. It is a completely different experience than most contemporary yoga and desperately needed in today's times.
Taught by Arlene Riley
Vinyasa Flow Level 1/2
In Vinyasa flow, students move through a specific sequence of poses, with the majority of the movements synchronized to the breath. Classes include warm-up stretches in the beginning and cool-down floor poses at the end. More advanced students will be invited to go deeper with Level 2 options.
Thursdays taught by Polly Wing
Saturdays taught by Polly Wing
Vinyasa Flow Level 2/3
In Level 2 Vinyasa flow, students move through a specific sequence of medium to challenging poses, with the majority of the movements synchronized to the breath. Classes include warm-up stretches in the beginning and cool-down floor poses at the end. More advanced students will be invited to go deeper with Level 3 options but this is entirely optional.
9am taught by Jenny Moreno
5:30pm taught by Polly Wing
Mindful Balance With a Chair
Tuesdays 1:15pm - 2:15pm
A solid yoga class with emphasis on balance and stability. This class is designed with the purpose of maintaining strength and agility, along with improving mental focus. Class uses a chair for stability.
Taught by Marian Soss
Yoga for Backcare
Tuesdays 11:45am- 12:45
Gentle use of yoga for back care is designed to rejuvenate the mind body and spirit. Benefits include flexibility, structural alignment, pain reduction and mental steadiness. The floor exercises reduce back pain and other musculoskeletal conditions.
Taught by Marian Soss
Passive use of floor poses to promote flexibility in the fascia (connective tissue) of the body and also promote health and stability in the major joints of the body through alignment. Wonderful for athletes and baby boomers with joint concerns. This practice also helps to focus the attention on being in the present moment (brain training).
Taught by Polly Wing
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