Yoga styles range from classes where you hold the pose without moving (static stretch) to moving through a range of motion (dynamic stretch). Your yoga classes will have elements of both long held static stretches and range of motion stretches. Both types of stretching can be beneficial when done mindfully. We encourage you to explore a variety of classes and teachers to get a feel for what speaks to you. If you are new to yoga - start with a level 2 class.
Level 1 - Restorative
Mostly floor poses. Very slow movement. Less strength building. (relaxation)
Level 2 - Gentle
Slow transitions between floor and standing. Slow movement. Modified poses.(flexibility and relaxation)
Level 3 - Intermediate
Faster transitions between floor and standing. Full poses. (cardio-strength-flexibility)
Level 4 - Challenging
Quick transitions or deep static holds. Complex movements. Extended poses. (cardio – strength–flexibility–challenging and unique sequences or holds–arm balances–inversions)
1 - Trying Something New:Beginner Pole
Learn how to protect your body and use form to be able to build a strong practice.
- Walk around
- Step around
- Catch hook
- Slide recover
2 - Beginner and Beyond
Take your time to really explore in a detailed and mindful way how to use energy, gravity and strength to learn additional Moves.
- Knee spin
- Chair spin
- Love it or hate it
- Front/Back splits
3 - Getting the Hang of It: Intermediate
This class will take you further by teaching combo spins and putting routines together. (Teacher approval to advance to this class required)
- Fan Kick
- Climb pole
- Tap Tap
- Pole splits
- Reverse Spin
- Reverse Chair
- Reverse grab
Aerial Yoga is a modern style of yoga that incorporates a low-hanging soft fabric hammock to explore alignment, release chronic tension, hang around upside down, and have fun!
It's appropriate for anyone including beginners with no yoga experience. For experienced yogis, aerial yoga will add a new dimension to complement your existing practice on the ground. For those with little or no yoga experience, aerial yoga is a great place to start. Every class includes
decompression, supported inversions, core and upper body strengthening, deep relaxation, and fun!