New to yoga? Start here with beginner yoga sequences, foundational poses and basic modifications for your practice.
This class is a quick sitting pranayama class focused on feeling the pause at the top of the inhale and at the bottom of the exhale. This will help improve your lung capacity, give you a greater awareness of your breath and remind you how important it is to take that precious pause we all need from time to time.
This class will provide postures to help alleviate fatigue from congestion and headaches. If you're experiencing any cold or flu symptoms, yoga can provide some relief so you can get some much-needed rest. These postures are gentle, approachable, and can be practiced anywhere where you feel comfortable. Grab a pillow or bolster and let's get started!
Join us for this special class that incorporates fitness exercises into a vinyasa flow. The goal is to work up a sweat while also stretching and lengthening the body. A resistance band and block are recommended for this practice. Get ready to strengthen, feel energized and aligned.
Yoga when traveling? You bet! Here is a 20 minute practice you can do in your hotel room using things you find in the room. In this class Wendy uses a hotel robe tie as a strap and the balcony of her hotel room to stretch all the muscles that can get tight and compressed when we travel. Give yourself this quick yoga practice when you travel to center, to stretch and to feel grounded in your body and breath.
Yoga with little kids is meant to be fun and free flowing. I have many parents ask me how to do yoga with their kids and my advice is to just do it. Get on the mat with your kid(s) and play. If you want them to enjoy yoga and do it more often, then make it fun. There is no need to worry about form or doing it right. Kids love to play and yoga is like adults playing. In this class, we will do some basic poses and go with the flow. It starts out as just my 5 year old and I and then a few minutes in, my 2 year old decides to join. us. We had fun and I hope you and your family have fun doing yoga with us.
This 10 minute class is designed to help release the tension often felt in the morning. Morning melt refers to the release of the joints, muscles, tendons and ligaments to create more mobility for your day. A gentle stretch for the hamstrings, shoulders, hips and spine is a great way to start the day!
Join Luca and I for a quick yoga flow. We try a little strengthening, coordination, balance and relaxing. The movements are created to improve the connection between the mind and the body and the right/left hemispheres of the brain. We end with a sweet meditation about the “Worry Tree”.
Have you ever been somewhere and you tell yourself you can’t do yoga because you don’t want to touch the floor? This is a quick standing flow do-able anywhere! We’ll stretch and strengthen all the joints to get you ready to stand tall and face your day.
Join Wendy in this grounding yoga flow. We’ll work feet, hamstrings, hips, shoulders and spine as we move nice and slow feeling the ground beneath our feet. This a great class post-travel or when you need to de-stress!
We often focus on “opening the hips”, but that’s not necessarily what we always need. This class is a great tool to help learn hip stability to strengthen and increase range of motion in the hips. We’ll use a yoga block and try some new movements to improve balance and flexibility of the hips.
Enjoy a series of poses to help get your body ready for meditation. This practice is especially good in the evening after a long day of living life. We will go through a few basic stretches to get your physical body ready to sit for a meditation to complete your day.
Enjoy an all around restorative and relaxing yin style class. Take plenty of time to stretch and open the hips and hamstrings, open and relax the back and shoulders and give yourself the time to unwind your body and mind. You will also learn a helpful mantra to use in times of stress and anxiety.