YOGA & MEDITATION

New Students

Please come to class 10 mins prior to Complete Registration form Or Click The Button Below to Print form & Bring to Class


- Please bring a yoga mat

- Class doors open 10 mins prior to class start time

- Please bring a water bottle 

- All classes are held in an air conditioned/heated room, indoors, unless otherwise stated

- Wear comfortable clothes you can move in; yoga poses are done in bare feet 

- Avoid eating at least one hour prior to the start of class

- Payments can be made by cash before the start of class

- Please do not hesitate to contact us with questions, concerns via contact us or on our facebook page   


*If you are pregnant, please Contact us before coming to class for the first 12 weeks of pregnancy, After which Please contact us for recommended classes*


Hatha Yoga

Originating in India, dating back to 9th century B.C., Hatha in Sanskrit means: Ha = sun, yin, male energies; tha= moon, yang, female enegeries. Hatha yoga "unites the pairs of opposites" bringing together your physical and mental energies and aims to create balance.

In our Hatha Yoga classes we follow this system:

Warm up through Vinyasa (flow) Surya Namaskar (Salute to the Sun), which awakens the body and improves flexibility of the spine

Asanas (postures), which are held for a length of time, challenging the body and mind

Pranayama – Breathing Techniques to cleanse and strengthen the body and calm the mind

Shavasana – Deep Relaxation with the goal of a silent mind, a still body and a steady breath

Ashtanga Yoga

Ashtanga Yoga originated in India 5000 years ago and is defined in texts called the Yoga Sutras = threads or wisdom. Ashtanga in Sanskrit means: Ashta = eight; Anga = limbs. It is an 8 limbed or step blueprint that guides you to the ultimate goal of yoga - Kaivalya = detachment, and in turn, lasting peace and freedom in your life.

In our Ashtanga Yoga classes we follow this system:

Warm up through Vinyasa (flow) Surya Namaskar (Salute to the Sun), which awakens the body and improves flexibility of the spine

Asanas (postures), which are held for a length of time, challenging the body and mind

Pranayama – Breathing techniques to cleanse and strengthen the body and calm the mind

Pratyahara – Controlling the senses by removal of external stimuli

Dharna – Concentration and body awareness – techniques given in class

Dhyana- Devotion and meditation – concentration on one point of focus  

Shavasana – Deep relaxation with the goal of a silent mind, a still body and a steady breath

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