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Power Yoga (Bryan Kest)
Wellnes and health are cultivated by a meditation in motion. The poses are infused with purpose and meaning and combine physical postures with mindfulness to create a true meditation in motion. Power Yoga gives you an opportunity to drop a little deeper into your practice, and walk away with a greater awareness of how mindfulness can transform both your physical and mental practice to cultivate a calm, peaceful mind that is less dominated by habits, less reactive, and more aligned with the body, breath, and emotions.
Rocket Yoga Classes
Rocket Yoga helps students build strength, and offers plenty of opportunities to practice inversions, twists and backbends. The sequences are designed to renew vitality and energy in the body. And….they’re fun! Really. That’s just a brief description of “Rocket Yoga”, and it can take your practice to an entirely different level. Come check it out! Poses can be modified for all students. How far you go…depends on you.
Modified Primary Series (MPS)
Play with the primary series of Ashtanga with this modified sequence suited for all levels. Postures are sequenced to build up heat and promote balance and symmetry in the body. Repetition of this practice, over time will give you the tools to guide yourself through the sequence allowing your practice to become an inward journey.
Flow (A Fusion Practice)
Combining styles and moods, this anything goes flow is fun, challenging creative. You will use your breath, mind, body and spirit to dance through sun salutations, strong standing postures, arm balances, inversions, backbends, twists and seated folds. Expect to sweat, work hard and feel good.
Yin yoga comes from the Taoist tradition and is about finding stillness and cooling the body. Yin yoga is practised sitting or lying on the floor and works mainly with the joints, the connective tissues of the hips, pelvis and lower spine. In this slow paced class you can expect to hold poses for longer periods of time between two and twenty minutes - although five is more usual.
The classes can still be quite challenging though, as holding a pose for a long time takes both mental and physical commitment and as we hold the poses we try to come to a complete stillness in each pose; body, mind and breath all quietening and slowing down.