Looking for a guided meditation? Need a sweaty vinyasa flow? Just beginning? How about a relaxing yin class? Choose a style that fits your mood, energy level or interest.
This is a short meditation that helps you to be present with your surroundings. This meditation is a gentle guide back to where you are, now.
A meditation for mothers who are expecting or have recently given birth. This meditation uses a powerful visualization technique to bring you into the now, return to the power of your heart, and guide you home to your intuition. This meditation is designed to foster a deep sense of trust and inner knowing. If you're feeling the weight of motherhood take a moment to fill up your cup and remember who you are underneath it all. Join us!
During this Yoga Nidra meditation we will relax our entire physical and mental self. Lying on your back, you will get comfortable and let yourself be guided through the entire body followed by a peaceful visualization. Suggested props: Blanket and pillow.
This beautiful meditation will create a space for cultivating what you are currently manifesting into your life. With specific breath retention and words of affirmation, we invite in, hold space for, and let go of all expectations surrounding our manifestation.
In this short meditation we learn the simple mantra Sa Ta Na Ma. This mantra reminds us that we are always in a constant cycle of change and allows us to embrace exactly where we are. Right here, right now, embracing the moment, yet accepting change.
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.
Learn and practice the basics of Zen Meditation. This can be a great place to start if you have wanted to try meditation, but haven't yet. Zen meditation is easy enough that anyone can do it. There are no mantras or anything, you are just sitting, breathing and coming in and out of awareness. Give it a try, it's only 5 minutes.
Power up your day in this short all around yoga flow designed to increase your energy and build strength in your major muscle groups. The arms, legs, back and core will all see some action here. Begin with Breath of Fire and move through Sun salutation variations with push ups, back and leg strengthening and a little core work. Suitable for all levels. Power Up Yogis
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”.
Adding weights into a yoga practice from time to time can help strengthen muscles and create more joint stability. This is a quick 20-minute yoga with weights class to help improve arm, shoulder, core, glute and back strength. Simple movements that can be repeated 8-12 reps in a sequenced flow is a fun way to mix up your usual yoga practice.