If you know exactly what type of yoga class you’re looking for, this is where you’ll find it. We have everything from arm balances to inversions and everything in between.
Core work… You either love it or hate it. Join Wendy in this 20 minute class focused on how the breath can engage your core and how centering can give you the energy you need. Zipping up is a method of engaging your core but its also a way to bring all the parts of you together to give you tools to live in the moment.
Started traveling again? Join Wendy for a quick 10 minute stretch to do anywhere! This is great for being on the road and to give your body a little stretch before you have to sit for a long time. You’ll get some movement in your shoulders, hips and legs. Enjoy and safe travels!
Join Wendy for short trip into the depths of your core. This quick core basic class will focus on the engagement in the low belly and its connection to the breath. Learn to engage Mula Bandha and Uddiyana Bandha and feel the strength in your core. This class is great for postnatal and anyone who wants to strengthen their center.
This is my current morning yoga and meditation routine. My practice has evolved over the years and my morning routine reflects my current state of mind as a husband and father of 2 young boys. When I wake up before anyone else in the house and I only have about 20 minutes, this is the practice I do to warm up my body and mind. It's an easy, slow moving flow that warms up all of the major muscle groups, loosens the spine and sets your mind in a positive light.
Let's relax and unwind with this 30 min gentle restorative yoga practice. We spend so much of our day racing around that the mind and body get used to living in fight or flight. It is so important to incorporate gentle yoga and mindful breathing into our daily routines with the intention of connecting to our inner peace. As we slow down, we start to create balance and contentment in mind, body and spirit. You could benefit from having a block or a rolled-up blanket for this class. We will start out with some gentle dynamic movements, using the breath to slowly let go of the day… forward folds will calm the nervous system and mind and easy twists will help us release and let go of any tension or stress that may be stored in the body. This is a beautiful, beginner friendly, class for the afternoon or evening to help you unwind and prepare for a healing night of sleep. May you be happy, may you be healthy, may you live with ease. Namaste.
When I first tried this countdown meditation I found it difficult to keep my mind focused. But after practicing this technique for a week, I noticed a huge difference in my ability to focus in the moment. I was less distracted, more present with my family, more mindful in my choices and more focused in life as well (off the mat). Try it for yourself and see how powerful this countdown meditation can be!
This is a light movement and meditation yoga practice to start your day. It's an easy way to wake up and start your day with mindfulness. Think about it, 10 minutes into your day and you've already done some core and meditated. I'd say you're off to a great start!
Come to this balanced strong flow as a daily practice for all the juicy yoga shapes you love! There is a beautiful mix of longer holds and flowing movement to help you both ground into your body and move it all around.
This short beginner-friendly meditation is a guided mantra focused on the breath. It will make you feel present, calm, centered, and help take you out of your monkey mind. Come to this anytime you need some guidance to feel connected to what is truly important: this moment and your breath.
This 45-minute flow builds heat and gets your body moving intentionally. It's full of energy with a whole lot of creative movement and breath-centered flow. Come to this practice any time you need to feel a good sweaty release!
This meditation is done lying down, feeling the grounding energy of the earth. It includes body awareness, breath awareness, and introduces a simple mantra. So Hum, Hum Sa. I am that, That I am. A blanket, pillow, or bolster is suggested.
This vinyasa flow begins and ends with grounding meditations. It roots us, then gives us permission to enjoy the dance in between. The practice is full of twists and lunges that create space and eliminate stagnation.