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.
One of the tightest muscle groups on the human body is the HAMSTRINGS! Tight hamstrings can lead to lower back and knee pain, bad posture and an imbalance in the muscles. So here is a deep 10 min. 3-part hamstring stretch that can be done daily, in addition to your other activities/exercises. I suggest you have a strap or a hand towel near you to use as needed. And as always, listen to your body and breath into your edge. Remember we want to feel an awakening in the muscle NO STRAIN. Move slowly and enjoy the stretch!
This short flow is designed to awaken your body and prime the mind for a great day. We will warm up the body through gentle movements before shifting into sun salutations and hip openers. This class does not end in Savasana, instead, it is short and sweet to get you up and moving, on your feet, for your day ahead.
Come to this playful and strong practice anytime you want to bump things up a notch and get some sweat on. We move with the breath at a quicker pace at times to get the heart rate up, move energy, and stoke the inner fire. Enjoy!
Feeling pain or stiffness in your lower back? Try this practice that targets the hips, psoas, and hamstrings to create more space in the lower back. This class will focus on stability and strength, especially in the abdominals which support the lower back through many of the movements frequently practiced in a vinyasa flow class. Enjoy!
Life can often leave our minds feeling overwhelmed, cluttered, and weighed down by negative thoughts or unnecessary mental baggage. Finding a way to declutter your mind is crucial for improving your mental health and overall well-being. This is where meditation is a powerful tool that helps clear your mind of the mental clutter and sharpen your focus on what truly matters. This meditation technique is designed for clearing the mind, along with additional strategies to maintain a healthy mental space.
This slower, mindful practice is all about resetting and reminding the body how to feel aligned. Come to this practice anytime you need to refine your posture, help work with any injury or pain, or just simply want to slow down.
In this meditation, we will work through emotional blocks that are inhibiting us from embracing change. Change can bring up some of our deepest fears and inner wounds. When we walk through change with an open heart and mind, we lean into trust and our inner knowing of our ability to overcome challenges.
This is a 20-minute yoga class with a variety of seated poses. In each pose you’ll find your sweet spot. The sweet spot is that space where there isn’t much effort, but there is sensation. In those moments you get to breathe deep and simply feel the sweet spot. This is a great class for days when energy is low, but you just want a little movement, a little stretch, a little breathing and a little meditation.
Join Wendy for this 25 minutes yoga class focusing on different ways to move and strengthen your hips. The goal of this class is to create hip mobility. Mobility is the combination of strength and flexibility, so we’ll move the legs in all sorts of directions to strengthen and stretch in less traditional yoga poses. Great to release tension in the hips from sitting or standing for long periods of time.
A yogi walks into a bar…. All kidding aside, this class uses a bar, a railing, a chair, anything you have available. By using this prop, we engage different muscles and help to build strength around our joints. You’ll pull, you’ll push, you’ll get an incredible stretch for your shoulders, hips, hamstrings & spine. Enjoy this 30 minute bar yoga class.
In this meditation practice, we will lie down to restore harmony to our nervous system and rest our bodies, preparing us for deep relaxation. This meditation will scan the body to bring awareness to tight or tense areas and hopefully find some spaciousness and release.
This meditation is for beginners or for those that need a reminder of what it means to meditate. Through nurturing guidance, we learn to step back from our minds and observe our thoughts like an outsider looking in.