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Yin Yoga is a quiet, slow and meditative style that incorporates principles of Traditional Chinese Medicine. For beginners, asanas (poses) are held from 45 seconds to two minutes. Students with more experience hold asanas 3-10 minutes. With weekly participation (and practicing on your own 1-2x a week), you’ll notice that holding poses longer will come with ease. Props are recommended to help with melting into each pose while experiencing zero pain or strain. The goal is to apply moderate stress to open your connective tissues, tendons, fascia, and ligaments. With practice you’ll increase circulation in your joints, improve flexibility and strengthen your inner silence.
*A waiver is required prior to class. Dress comfortably to move freely. Yoga mat, yoga blocks, cushions/bolsters and a strap/belt are recommended for stability and comfort. In-person classes range from 5-7 participants. Due to COVID-19 regulations 6 feet apart is honored and masks are required if not vaccinated.
Vinyasa Yoga is a breath synchronized practice that fosters relaxation, strength, mobility, and much more. Each breath connects with an asana (pose), this flow of fluid movements cultivates a state of being fully present and highly focused. Students practice various breathing techniques, learn prop usage, and asana (pose) variations to support their physique. All levels are welcome.
*A waiver is required prior to class. Dress comfortably to move freely. Yoga mat, yoga blocks, cushions/bolsters and a strap/belt are recommended to use for stability and comfort although not needed for every class. In-person classes range from 5-7 participants. Due to COVID-19 regulations 6 feet apart is honored and masks are required if not vaccinated.
Qigong (pronounced Chee-gung) is meditation with movement. Rhythmic movements are gentle and can be performed standing or seated making it adaptable for all ages and fitness levels. Breathing is an important element in Qigong; long, soft, deep breathing reduces stress. Qigong is a peaceful approach to increasing energy (chi, also known as life force) while improving balance and flexibility. This antient healing practice began in China and has been practiced over 4,000 years.
*No props are necessary, dress comfortably to move freely. Class is held online via Zoom.
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