Yoga & Pilates
Vinyasa translates as, "to place with care", and yoga translates as "to yoke". This flowing practice is defined by the movement from one posture to the next using pranayama (breath), and dristhi (gazing point). Open to all levels of practitioners, you will build strength and flexibility, and challenge yourself during this 60-minute practice.
Vinyasa at 2:30
Focus and calm the mind with traditional yoga poses, basic stretches and relaxation exercises designed to strengthen and tone the body.
Finding your power "within" is as important as the external power you display. You will build core strength, self-esteem, flexibility & endurance in this challenging 60-minute yoga practice. Faster pace than Vinyasa yoga, be prepared to sweat.
Develop strength from your knees to your chest, tone your body and feel better about yourself. Build internal heat, work with your breath, and develop your personal power. Challenging and sweaty; a mixed level class.
A beginner/intermediate level of yoga, focuses on a wide variety of postures both gentle and intermediate. This class helps students to develop breath awareness and control while moving at a moderate pace. Great for active aging participants.
Safely stretches, strengthens and tones the body while alleviating some common discomforts of pregnancy. Our certified prenatal yoga instructors, guide and prepare bodies and minds for labor and motherhood in a nurturing, friendly environment. Students have a chance to bond with their babies in utero and develop connections. No previous fitness or yoga experience necessary. The class is free to all expectant women.
Classical mat-based Pilates, a total body workout emphasizing core strength, muscular length, strength and flexibility. A challenging class across the spectrum from athlete to novice.
Targets the body's connective tissue. Unlike Vinyasa, this is a slower paced class with long held passive poses great for joint health, flexibility, circulation and mental focus.