Class Descriptions

Class Cost:
$12 Drop-In each class
Monthly Memberships Available

 

ASHTANGA

Considered as a “Dedicated Practice” Ashtanga is a set series of postures performed in sequence, with specific transitions and breath work to memorize. For the most part, Ashtanga is a ‘home’ practice, one that is deeply personal in which the yogi strives to complete each series, six (6) in all, which can take a lifetime to master.

Beginners are quite welcome for there are modifications you may take in the postures as you progress into the poses. Start with the introductory class of 30 or 45min short form, moving into the 90min Short form when you have developed a familiarity with the sequence and breath.

Though not necessary, we recommend a core understanding of Yoga postures before embarking in this class to prevent possible injury.

VINYASA FLOW Level I-II-III

UstrasanaMokshaVinyasa is a term that is used to describe many different types of  Yoga classes. Vinyasa, which means breath-synchronized movement; a vigorous style based on the performance of a series of poses called Sun Salutations, or Surya namaskara in which movement is matched to the breath resulting in raised heart rates.  Your instructor will help you achieve alignment with proper breath and engagement of the pose, offering variations for you to explore either in class or on your own.

 

Kundalini

meditation-silhouette-with-chakra-points-thumb15272317The Kundalini is energy (prana) at the base of the spine that can be drawn up through the body, awakening each of the seven chakras. Full enlightenment occurs when this energy reaches the crown chakra at the top of the head. Kundalini energy is often represented as a snake coiled at the bottom of the spine.

Kundalini sequences (called kriyas) may consist of rapid, repetitive movements done with in conjunction with a designated breathing method or holding a pose. A Kundalini class begins with a short chant followed by a warm-up to stretch the spine, and usually non-challenging asanas. The class ends with a meditation, which may be accompanied by closing song, chimes, or playing of a singing bowl. Essential oils and incense may be used, so please be aware of allergies you may have to these substances.

Yin Yogayin1

Yin yoga is a popular form of yoga  with poses targeted to stretch the tensegrity lines of the body. Primary lines include the hips, thighs and lower spinal area. Yin yoga focuses particularly on the stretch of major intersections within the bone and joint areas of the body. Classified as Restorative/Gentle yoga, this type of class is great for ALL levels of yogis using bolsters, straps, blocks and props.

PILOXING®

An exciting, new interdisciplinary program blending the power, speed, and agility of boxing with the beautiful sculpting and flexibility of Pilates, along with fun and sexy dance moves that reflect the sensuality in every woman. This program is attracting die hard followers including Hollywood celebrities and international stars.

In addition to Pilates and boxing movements, the exercise incorporates the use of weighted gloves which add to the workout by toning the arms and maximizing cardiovascular health.

Join Instructor Michelle Allen leading our Piloxing® enthusiasts toward achieving weight-loss and fitness goals. You’ll sweat away the calories while having fun.

 

ZUMBA®

Ximena“Ditch the Workout – Join the PARTY!!!”™

Working out has never been this much fun!

Zumba® Latin Dance-Fitness fuses hypnotic Latin rhythms and easy to follow moves to
create a dynamic fitness program that will blow you away. Zumba® dancers achieve long term health benefits of cardio, weight loss, and detoxing sweat while having an absolute blast in one exhilarating hour of caloric-burning, body-energizing, awe-inspiring movements meant to engage and captivate for life! Our instructors will lead you through fun easy to follow footwork patterns that will repeat, allowing you to get the rhythm, sink into your groove, and dance the way YOU want! Personal style is welcome and encouraged!

 

 

19 comments

  1. Melissa says:

    What r the hrs for hot yoga do u have hot Pilates?

    • Gayla says:

      Please check the schedule tab for class times and information. We are still seeking a qualified Pilates instructor to teach, and will make announcements, so be sure to sign up for our email subcribe above.

  2. Edward says:

    I am looking for a yoga class for an old guy who plays golf and needs to limber up

  3. Nadine Underhill says:

    I have so enjoyed my month of classes I purchased through Yelp! I see there is another offer and wondered if I am eligible to purchase that as well. ($50 for $75)

  4. Esme says:

    How hot is the hot yoga? Is it like Bikram yoga?

    • Gayla says:

      Our room is heated to only 90 degrees. Anything hotter carries extremely high risks of heat stroke, brain stroke, and illness. Our sequences are based on Vinyasa flow, you will have an amazing experience for health and wellness.

  5. Alicia says:

    Class recommendation for a 16 year old and her out of shape mom, who have never done this before?

  6. Bailey mattison says:

    Do you have any plans for mommy and me yoga?

    • Gayla says:

      We are in the planning phase of kids yoga for local schools in the form of fundraising, but not at our location. Kids are welcome to attend regular beginning classes with parents as long as they are interested and able to focus for class.

  7. brenda says:

    Do u give military discounts?

  8. Sherri says:

    I s there a time limit tht classes must be aken by?

  9. Amber Cole says:

    I would love to see earlier hot yoga classes. It would make it easier for people who work long hours to get a class in before their day starts.

    • Gayla says:

      Our early classes are on hold until my return from Miami. We did have some at 5:30am, they are Ashtanga and non-heated. Thank you for your suggestion.

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