ONLINE GROUP CLASSES Via Zoom
Please join the class at least 5 to 10 minutes before to set it up. Meeting is open 15 min before class. I prefer to see your mat sideways if possible, have a decent lighting. That is the only way I can support your practice in a safe way.
To access Online Yoga Zoom Classes please contact me by email. You will then be sent a link to the class to your email address provided. Make sure you have enough space at home for your yoga mat and get ready to do the class.
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- $15.00 drop-ins (60 min)
- 5 classes (60min) for $60.00
- 10 classes (60min) for $110.00
- For Private Sessions contact me to discuss your needs.
Tuesdays @ 9:00 AM
Flexibility, Strengths and Coordination (FSC)
This is a fun, exploratory functional movement class that will push your self-imposed limiting beliefs to the edge, through breath work, real life skills, drills, preps, and fascia conditioning, all geared to increase your mobility.
We tend to use the terms “flexibility” and “mobility” interchangeably but, these are different terms.
- Flexibility is related to your range of motion.
- Mobility is related to the ease and strength within a sustainable range of motion.
- Flexibility is part of mobility, but mobility also includes your strength and your muscular coordination.
This class is for anyone interested in improving his/her asana practice, gain body awareness and break free from pain.
We will deepen your core awareness and play with fascia elasticity (the “bounce” or “rebound” quality of our fascia) and plasticity (fascia changing its length and retaining its shape).
Expect to break a sweat and finish with pranayama and a nice and well deserved Savasana.
Thursdays @ 7:00 pM
Initially called “Daoist Yoga” this style of yoga targets the deep connective tissues of the body and the fascia that covers the entire body.
The physiological goal of yin is to gently ‘stress’ the tissues so they can hydrate thereby retaining their health and elasticity. For this to happen the practice has to be one of giving up effort. When we drop physical effort and relax the muscles, we work more deeply on the connective tissues. At some point during a posture or “shape” you will feel this moment when you truly acquiesce. In this true yin state, healing begins. It is the moment when we stop trying so hard, we stop trying to control every situation, it’s the moment when we say it’s okay to stay.
There is not a great need for a lot of postures in Yin Yoga.
“The more yin you practice the less variety is needed and the emphasis is placed on a few basic postures”.
It is said that in a Yang practice, the pose begins when you want to leave. In Yin, the pose begins when you want to stay. Yin offers a much deeper access to the body. It is common to see postures held for three to five minutes, even 20 minutes at a time.
“The time spent in these postures is much like time spent in meditation” says Paul Grilley who brought this concept to the forefront.
Yin Yoga is a perfect complement to the dynamic and more muscular (yang) styles of yoga that emphasize internal heat, and the lengthening and contracting of our muscles
Fridays @ 9:00 aM
Vinyasa Flow Yoga emphasizes the sequential movement between postures, initiated with and guided by conscious breathing.
The Vinyasa practice becomes a moving meditation that creates strength, freedom and fluidity in the body and mind. As we ride the waves of breath in our Yoga practice, we learn to ride the waves of change in our lives with more ease.
Even though in this class we move from pose to pose with each held for no more than five to ten breaths, I give my students time to explore their energy shifts and to deepen their body-mind-emotions awareness.
Expect a fully balanced class traveling the paths of spinal movements with opportunity for inversions and arm balances.
This class is not for beginners, as it is a vigorous physical practice that includes pranayama (breath work).
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