Beginning January 2019, all open classes on our regular schedule will be $10 and paid at the time of service to the class instructor.
Yoga with Devotion
Monday 6:00-7:00 a.m. with Laura
A one hour class suitable for all levels that will give attention to both the physical and spiritual self from a Christian perspective. This class will add Christian music, the scriptures and prayer to an energizing yoga practice to focus our souls, minds and bodies for the day ahead. “For in him, we live and move and have our being.” (Acts 17:28)
Monday 9:00-10:00 a.m. with Laura
A basic Vinyasa class that moves at slow to moderate pace for 60 minutes. Students can expect movement through sun salutations and sequences held for a few breaths in each posture. Classes vary and will often include core strengthening, deep stretching and a restorative ending. Beginners with some experience and experienced yogis will enjoy an energizing and relaxing class to begin the week.
Gentle Flow and Restore
Monday 5:30-6:30 p.m. with Davina
This class incorporates movement, breathing, and meditations that are accessible for all. The gentle paced flow is designed to encourage confidence while cultivating a sense of ease within your mind and body. Long held restorative positions will allow you to settle into deep relaxation and stress release. This class is suitable for all levels of practice including expecting and postpartum mothers.
Yoga for Strength
Tuesday 9:00-10:00 a.m. with Sharon
In this slow-moderate yoga class, you can expect functional cues to establish integrity in your body. Infusing standard yoga asana with some strengthening techniques from Pilates and core strengthening type of movements, you’ll learn to build strength and stamina. The class is 60 minutes and will include a warm-up and relaxation time. This class is appropriate for anyone who wants to work at a slow to moderate pace.
Tuesday 4:00-5:00 p.m. with Bethel Adkins or Elizabeth Studebaker
In this gentle afternoon practice inspired by Hatha and EmbodiYoga®, expect slow-paced gentle movement. We’ll use plenty of props for maximum benefit in restorative poses that encourage ease and relaxation. Bethel Adkins and Elizabeth Studebaker will share teaching responsibilities for this class alternating from week to week. This class intends to leave you with a relaxed, renewed sense of well-being in body and mind. No previous experience necessary to participate in this class.
Tuesday 6:00-7:15 p.m with Megan
Our straight-up Vinyasa class is a class of dynamic movement in the traditional YTY vinyasa style. The class moves at a moderate pace for 75 minutes. Students can expect sun salutations and sequences held for a few breaths in each posture. Classes vary and will often include core strengthening, deep stretching – or both. Beginners and experienced yogis will enjoy an energizing and relaxing experience in this class
Slow Flow Vinyasa
Wednesday 9;00-10:00 a.m with Mary
In this dynamic flow class, students can expect a slow to moderate pace beginning with slow warm ups on the earth, continuing to build energy as we increase movement towards a standing flow sequence. Class usually ends with deep stretch and restorative practices. Mary often includes inquiries into functional anatomy, somatic anatomy and philosophy into her classes. Beginners and experienced yogis will enjoy an energizing and relaxing experience in this class.
Gentle Yoga with Chair (Pre-registration required, 8-week series) Register here (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Thursday 10:30-11:30 a.m with Susan
This class offers a series of gentle yoga poses using chair support for both seated and standing practices. Class sequencing is designed to enhance balance, flexibility, strength and range of motion for those who may benefit from a more gentle and slow paced class. Each session will involve breathwork and plenty of time for relaxation. Please contact Susan for more information contact Susan at: email@example.com
Thursday 6:00-7:15 p.m. with Mary
In this class, we’ll begin by arriving, unwinding and connecting to self. Each month we’ll explore a specific theme from Embodiyoga. We’ll then transition the knowledge into a gentle flow sequence before finishing with restorative postures and long Savasana.
EmbodiYoga® is built on the foundations of Hatha yoga, functional alignment & movement, somatic inquiry, embodied anatomy, and developmental movement. EmbodiYoga® sheds new light on the inner workings of the practice and offers an embodied exploration of the transformative and creative potential of the yoga form aligned with the reality of living in today’s world.
Rise and Shine Vinyasa
Friday 6:00-7:00 a.m. with Laura
Start your weekend early! With an emphasis on sun salutations and standing postures, this morning vinyasa class invites you to awaken your mind, body, breath together and establish a steady pace for your day with simple flowing sequences. Ideal for those students who are already familiar with the basics and are looking for a dynamic moving meditation.
Friday 9:00-10:00 a.m. with Mary
In this class, we’ll begin by arriving, unwinding and connecting to self. Each month we’ll explore a specific theme from Embodiyoga. You can expect a gentle class with enough movement to get you prepared to move on with your day!
EmbodiYoga® is built on the foundations of Hatha yoga, functional alignment & movement, somatic inquiry, embodied anatomy, and developmental movement. EmbodiYoga® sheds new light on the inner workings of the practice and offers an embodied exploration of the transformative and creative potential of the yoga form in aligned to meet the demands of living in today’s world.
Saturday 9:00-10:00 a.m. with various teachers
This class focuses on alignment principles of basic yoga postures and linking those postures together through mind-body and breath movement at a slow to moderate pace. Poses are often for several breaths to help develop strength and stamina. Consider this an opportunity to become familiar with basic yoga postures, sequences, phrases, and general yoga philosophy. New and seasoned students enjoy the well led, steady pace of this 1-hour class. Kate, Davina, Megan, and Susan will share the responsibility for teaching each week on a rotating basis.
Sunday 9:00-10:00 a.m. with Kate
A moderately paced, dynamic breath and movement flow. In this Sunday morning class, you can expect the room to be warm.