Class Descriptions

aerial yoga

Challenging, fun, and effective. Aerial Yoga is a unique fusion technique, revolutionary in relieving compressed joints and aligning the body from head to toe. The hammock acts as a soft trapeze and as a support while you master simple inversions and finally progress to more advanced poses. 
 

barre

Barre classes mix elements of Pilates, dance, yoga and functional training, and the moves are choreographed to motivating music. In each energizing and targeted workout, you’ll use a ballet barre and exercise equipment such as mini-balls and small hand weights to sculpt, slim and stretch your entire body. It’s hard on the muscles, kind on the joints. You don’t have to be a dancer to do this work out, yet you’ll gain flexibility, strength and lose inches. Barre is low impact for all fitness levels.

Candlelight yin yoga

In this 75 minute practice you will find yourself cultivating stillness and attention into areas of your body that hardly ever feel attended. Yin yoga is a yoga practice that provides an opportunity to go within and re-align our orientation.  It is simple, but often challenging. Yin yoga allows us to work on the deep tissues of our body such as the ligaments, joints and the deep facial networks. Holding postures between 2-5 minutes while focusing on the breathe will allow for deep stretch of these tissues. Yin yoga can help us energetically, as well as emotionally and mentally.

Cardio sculpt

Cardio Sculpt is a high intensity, low impact, full body resistance training. This 60 minute class uses a variety of equipment to develop long lean muscles, a strong core, and a better posture. Cardio intervals are incorporated throughout to elevate the heart rate, so you burn more calories. This class is for all fitness levels as modifications are given for each move.

Cardio kickboxing

Cardio Kickboxing is a mixed martial arts-inspired workout that puts a little badass into exercise in a non-contact, high-energy, total-body sculpting class. With no equipment needed, it’s a high energy workout, with 3 minute rounds of combinations, spikes, and conditioning movements. Participants move at their own pace, finding the sweet spot of purposeful technique, and challenging tempos. This makes the class appropriate for all fitness levels.

Forrest Yoga

Based on Hatha Yoga, Forrest Yoga was created by Ana T. Forrest an American Yogini.  It is known for its emphasis on abdominal core work, long holding of positions, attention to breath and a specific intent for each class.  Not only is Forrest Yoga a physical experience it is also a mental workout. This practice encourages and challenges students to access their whole being.  Through practicing Forrest Yoga you cultivate a deeper awareness of self.

Forrest yoga teaches you to go deeper within with the purpose to find your truths. You will be encouraged to take these gifts off the mat and into the rest of your life. You will be challenged to heal.

flow yoga

Yoga Flow where her students feel
connected to their breath and find comfort in moving with the flow
of the yoga poses. The focus on the breath in each pose allows
the body to open up to and relax into each stretch, allowing the
student to also release mental and emotional tension, tightness
and anxiety. Each participant is encouraged to move at their own
pace and to modify the movement to prevent injury.

lyra/Aerial Hoop

Lyra/Aerial Hoop is a class that teaches participants to enter, exit and FLY in the Lyra hoop!  Open to ANYONE –  all shapes, sizes, male, female, entry to advanced levels – because everything can be modified and individual sequences are offered.  

During class, two Lyra hoops are hung and classmates gather around to spot and encourage each other.  Instead of feeling isolated, participants feel loved and encouraged!  Bring your sense of adventure and your desire to build community!

Restorative YOga retreat with Reiki

Restorative yoga is a gentle, supported opportunity to truly rest your body and your mind. A wonderful complement to the more active practice of yoga, restorative yoga uses a passive sequence of poses, supported by bolsters, blankets and other props. The practice of restorative yoga is meant to provide a safe space to deeply relax your body, quiet your mind, counteract your body’s response to stress and balance your energy so that you are able to meet your life feeling refreshed and relaxed. Restorative Yoga Retreat is 1.5 hours of BLISS 1-2x a month! 

sound healing

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As a special offering to the community, Suki plays her crystal bowls and leads chanting as a way to connect to the Earth and the energy of the Universe bringing a peaceful awareness to the whole body, mind and spirit.

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