Class Descriptions

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Sundays

All Levels Vinyasa Yoga, 11:00am – 12:15 pm

The foundation of vinyasa is linking breath to movement. In this invigorating class, you will create heat and energy in the body as you flow through a sequence of postures linked by breath. In addition to physical postures that build balance, strength, and flexibility, this class integrates pranayama breathwork and meditation to instill a sense of calm and relaxation. An extended savasana at the end of practice provides an opportunity to soak in these mind-body benefits. Whether you are newer to yoga or an advanced practitioner, different pose variations are given so you may practice at your own comfort level.

Instructor: Toni Feret

Slow Flow Yoga, 7:00-8:00 pm

Slow flow yoga offers an opportunity for renewal through slower transitions between postures, longer holds and mindful movement with breath awareness. This class welcomes practitioners of all ability levels (ages 12 – adult) who are interested in slowing the mind-body down and supporting the restoration of balance.

Instructor: Kathleen Zdenek

Mondays

Mixed-Level Yoga, 4:00-5:15 pm

Start your week off with yoga and reap the harvest. This class builds strength, flexibility, and balance, while at the same time nurtures a sense of spirit. You’ll leave feeling more connected to yourself and the big energy, prana, that powers us all. The class will also teach principles of optimal alignment and how to tap into the power of breath. All levels are welcome!

Instructor: Sunna deForest

All Levels Vinyasa, 7:30-8:30 pm

The foundation of vinyasa is linking breath to movement. In this invigorating class, you will create heat and energy in the body as you flow through a sequence of postures linked by breath. In addition to physical postures that build balance, strength, and flexibility, this class integrates pranayama breathwork and meditation to instill a sense of calm and relaxation. An extended savasana at the end of practice provides an opportunity to soak in these mind-body benefits. Whether you are newer to yoga or an advanced practitioner, different pose variations are given so you may practice at your own comfort level.

Instructor: Sue Melbourne

Tuesdays

Beginner/Intermediate Yoga, 9:00-10:15 am

This class is for beginner students looking for a challenge, or intermediate level students. Increase balance, flexibility and strength.

Instructor: Sue Melbourne

Gentle Flow and Restoration, 10:30-11:30 am

This is a beginner level class emphasizing the coordination of breath with movement, as well as restorative postures designed to soothe and comfort.

Instructor: Jody Whipple

Mat Pilates, 4:45-5:45 pm

Mat Pilates is a full body toning class challenging the core.  Pilates uses body weight to strengthen muscles and increase flexibility.   All that is required is a mat, water, and hand towel.

Instructor: Roe Davis

Tranquility Yoga, 6:00-7:00 pm

Tranquility Yoga is a class designed for all shapes, sizes, and fitness levels. The class focuses on breathing fully, deeply, and in coordination with movements of your limbs. Emphasis will be placed upon postures that aide in reducing stress and anxiety through activating the parasympathetic nervous system. By soothing the nervous system and calming the mind, stress hormone levels will decline allowing a physically stress-free state to be re-established. Give yourself permission to restore, relax and revitalize.

Instructor: Sue Melbourne

Youth Yoga (ages 8-12), 7:15-8:00 pm

This class offers a place to release and refocus while building skills necessary for daily life (school, friendships, sports, etc) through movement, breath work, meditation, as well as relaxation. This class is customized for the  “almost tween” to early tween and strikes a balance of learning through games and cooperative interaction as well as more traditional yoga elements.

Instructor: Kathleen Zdenek

Wednesdays

Gentle Yoga, 9:00-10:15 am

Are you looking for ways to be more mindful? To relieve stress and anxiety? To strengthen and tone your body? Or are you simply looking to try something new? If the answer to any of these questions is “yes”, then this class is just for you – and it’s great for beginning and experienced yogis alike! Gentle Yoga focuses on slow fluid movements combined with a variety of breathing techniques; the goal is to calm the mind, relax the body, bring balance to the breath, and “just be”.

Instructor: Allyson Barbato

PiYo, 5:30-6:30 pm

A mat-based formatted class designed for people who like to sweat & burn calories! Inspired by Yoga and Pilates using focus, flow, and fusion-style movements, as it incorporates dynamic balance, strength, flexibility, and functional training in a rhythmic style. Suitable for all levels!

Instructor: Jessica Minelli

All Levels Hatha Yoga, 6:45-7:45 pm

This class focuses on yoga asanas (postures), pranayama (breathing exercises), and helps to bring balance to the body. Emphasis is placed on core strength, flexibility and balance as well as concentration and breath control.  Basic, intermediate and more advanced variations of the asanas will be provided with a focus on proper breathing and safe alignment. Meditation, guided imagery and relaxation will also be incorporated to support deep relaxation.  Whether a novice or seasoned yogi/yogini you will leave this class feeling both recharged and relaxed.

Instructor: Stephanie Koller

Thursdays

Gentle Flow and Restoration, 10:30-11:30 am

This is a beginner level class emphasizing the coordination of breath with movement, as well as restorative postures designed to soothe and comfort.

Instructor: Jody Whipple

Beginner Yoga, 4:00-5:15 pm

Fundamental yoga postures, breathing techniques and sequences are taught in this class. All levels of students are welcome, even those who have never done yoga before. A variety of options and modifications are demonstrated so that students can practice to their own level of ability. The atmosphere of the class is kept really laid-back so that no students feel intimidated. If you think you aren’t able to do yoga, come and try this class. We bet you can!

Instructor: Trish Golembeski

Youth Yoga (Ages 3-8), 5:30-6:45 pm

Join us weekly for this mixed age class in which older students are often invited to participate in leading while also being given modifications to support their own practice. All classes will engage in an initial “mindful moment” to settle into class as well as breath work, poses, games and a period of relaxation. The use of stories, songs and crafts will also be a periodic part of our yoga experience together!

Instructor: Kathleen Zdenek

Chakra Shakedown Power Flow, 6:30-7:30 pm

A fun, fast paced vinyasa flow designed to energize and balance the chakras or physical, emotional and spiritual energy centers. When the chakras are open, aligned and fluid, prana or energy can flow freely creating sense of self-empowerment and harmony. Students will explore a deeper sense of self-awareness and challenge their limits of dynamic, static and cardiovascular strength. If it doesn’t challenge you it won’t change you.

Instructor: Toni Feret

Fridays

Beginner Yoga, 9:00-10:15 am

Fundamental yoga postures, breathing techniques and sequences are taught in this class. All levels of students are welcome, even those who have never done yoga before. A variety of options and modifications are demonstrated so that students can practice to their own level of ability. The atmosphere of the class is kept really laid-back so that no students feel intimidated. If you think you aren’t able to do yoga, come and try this class. We bet you can!

Instructor: Mandy Glitzer

Saturdays

PiYo, 7:00-8:00 am

A mat-based formatted class designed for people who like to sweat & burn calories! Inspired by Yoga and Pilates using focus, flow, and fusion-style movements, as it incorporates dynamic balance, strength, flexibility, and functional training in a rhythmic style. Suitable for all levels!

Instructor: Jessica Minelli