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Fall 2017 Schedule


Schedule Subject to Change and Substitutions

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* room is heated

 

 

Sunday

10:00-11:15am Dropin, Donation-only Community Class with Dan Halperin

Monday

9:30am - 10:45am Vinyasa Cathy Pulster

5:15pm - 6:05pm Yoga for Stiff People Melanie Altrich - register for this class

6:30pm - 8:00pm All-levels Restorative Melanie Altritch

Tuesday

6:30pm - 7:30pm All-levels Yoga Melanie Altritch

Wednesday

9:30am - 10:45am Vinyasa Cathy Pulster

5:15pm - 6:05pm Yoga for Stiff People Michelle Campbell
6:15-7:15 Yoga for Stiff People Michelle Campbell - register for these classes

Thursday

6:30pm - 7:30pm All Levels Nancy

Friday

9:30am - 10:45am Vinyasa:
Cathy Pulster
6:15 to 7:15pm Forrest-inspired Cheryl Williams

Saturday

9:45am - 11:00am All-levels Vinyasa* Nancy
11:30-12:30pm Prenatal Nancy

Instructor Substitutions:

Class Description
Most classes are 75 minutes, except as noted.

Yoga Basics
Ongoing Yoga Basics. Yoga philosophy and poses for all levels, including those with no previous yoga experience. One hour classes Tuesdays and Thursdays at 6:30pm, Saturdays 10:30am.

Restorative
Long slow, supported holds designed to heal and release deep tensions. Poses for all levels, including those with no previous yoga experience, pregnancy, or recovering from illnees or injury. One and a half hour class Mondays at 6:30pm and by arrangement.

Prenatal Yoga
You will learn asanas to relieve the physical stresses and tensions specific to pregnancy, as well as practices for strengthening muscles used in labor and delivery, breathing techniques useful during labor, safe post-natal practice, and meditations to strengthen the bond between you and your baby.

Power Yoga
is the Baptiste Power Yoga flow in a heated room. Bring a towel and water.

Core and Restore
Vinyasa flow with an emphasis on core work, followed by a restorative, relaxing posture series.

Vinyasa
Vinyasa means "moving on the breath." An active class that uses morning energy to warm and strengthen the body.

Evening slow flow
Standing and floor posture series with special attention to strengthening, alignment, and individual student needs. Yoga experience is beneficial, but not necessary. This class is ideal for people of all ages looking for challenging yoga that is easy on the joints.

Astanga
Astanga is a rigorous, traditional form of vinyasa yoga, following a standard series of poses. It is the basis of most "power yoga" forms. Read more about Astanga here

Yin Yoga
Yin is a quiet yoga form that targets the connective tissue of the hips, pelvis and lower spine. Postures are held three to five minutes or as long as ten minutes at a time. This type of practice is complementary to all vigorous physical activity, including some of the more muscular Yoga styles and helps prepare the body-mind for meditation.

PranaVayu Yoga
This practice blends specialized vinyasa sequencing, a unique system of skeletal alignment principles, guided meditative practices, and a Buddhist-inspired philosophy of universal interconnectedness to facilitate positive mind body change. The meditation component of PranaVayu Yoga teaches us how to calm the body and mind, develop meditative insights, and facilitate an attitude of friendliness and compassion toward ourselves and others.

Forrest-inspired Yoga
An all-levels class that cultivates core connection and strengthening, using heat, deep breathing, vigorous sequences and long holds in pose progressions to flush, oxygenate and rejuventate. The studio is warm, but not hot.

Yoga for Kids
Yoga for Kids is offered to boys and girls aged 6-12 in 45-60 minute sessions. Classes cover basic Yoga poses and philosophy in a fun, playful style. Dropins allowed, space permitting. Class size is limited to 15.