Classes

Joseph Pilates 

Ashtanga

The asana is correct when the mind is quiet.” – Pattabhi Jois

The Eight Limbs of Yoga

  • Yama – Ethical disciplines
  • Niyama – Self observation
  • Asana – Posture
  • Pranayama – Breath control
  • Pratyahara – Sense withdrawal
  • Dharana – Concentration
  • Dhyana – Meditation
  • Samadhi – A state of joy and peace

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Hatha – This moderately-paced class will include sun salutations and a wide range of standing and seated postures designed to increase strength, balance and flexibility. Great for beginners and people of all ages. Designed to leave you feeling steady, balanced, and calm, this is our all-levels hatha yoga class.

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Aerial Fly Yoga – Aerial-yoga practices combine traditional yoga with aerial acrobatics. An aerial yoga “silk,” or hammock—suspended from the ceiling or a metal frame—that can support your weight, ease pressure, create space in your joints, decrease compression in your spine, and help you find more mobility. Inside the hammock, you close off everything around you and have awareness of mind, body and spirit. There are new and improved movement that open up space in the body and mind, and thus you also get to experience more joy and optimism.

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* This class requires a reservation due to the nature of having a limited number of hammocks. No drop-ins without a reservation.

Fly PilatesPilates is a type of mind-body exercise developed in the early 20th century by Joseph Pilates, after whom it is named. “Fly” – two points Aerial Hammocks for Celling. Fly Pilates is a class that combined Pilates movements and Aerial sequences. It’s a class for all levels. This class will help you to built core stability and whole body strength. At the end, what can beat a deep yummy stretch with fabric?

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* This class requires a reservation due to the nature of having a limited number of hammocks. No drop-ins without a reservation.

Aerial Yin  -Yin and yang is a Chinese philosophical concept that describes how
 
obviously opposite or contrary forces may actually be complementary,
 
interconnected, and interdependent in the natural world, and how they may give
 
rise to each other as they interrelate to one another.
 
<Fly to Yin> is a class starts with Yang aerial movements that stimulate your muscles and bones. While
 
the internal heat was built and your blood is boiling but mind is quiet,
 
the Yin part begins.  Under the pressure of gravity you find yourself upside-down on they way to a
 
grandiose release, and are reborn.
 
 
 
* This class requires a reservation due to the nature of having a limited number of hammocks. No drop-ins without a reservation.

Kids Aerial Fly – Aerial Yoga provides kids with a fun, yet safe experience each time they take flight in their aerial hammocks. It is an active approach to encourage mindful and creative movements, while improving children’s strength, flexibility, body awareness, and mindfulness in the present moment, not to mention they also learn about the importance of breath. In this class, kids will enjoy all the flipping, spinning, stretching, and fun tricks the hammocks have to offer while being suspended in the air. And what feels like a blink of an eye for the kids, at the end of class, it always finishes with a mindful relaxation, usually wrapped up in their comfortable, cozy cocoon. Children ages 6-10 are recommended for this class. Class size is limited to 7 kids, so preregistration is highly recommended.

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* This class requires a reservation due to the nature of having a limited number of hammocks. No drop-ins without a reservation.

Vinyasa – Vinyasa, this word can be translated as arranging something in a special Way. Each movement is a gradual progression from one to the next. The movement is aligned and linked with the breath so that you move with each inhale and exhale. Deep Vinyasa yoga classes are ones where there is a dynamic flow from posture to posture. combined with Music and each teacher’s unique spirit, you will have total body movement ends with 20 mins relaxation.

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Mysore – Follow the yogi (6:00am) This is a self-guided practice that follows the Ashtanga Primary Series. An instructor will be present to help you remember the sequence, give guidance, and/or assist you in going deeper into a particular asana.

The Eight Limbs of Yoga:

  • Yama – Ethical disciplines
  • Niyama – Self observation
  • Asana – Posture
  • Pranayama – Breath control
  • Pratyahara – Sense withdrawal
  • Dharana – Concentration
  • Dhyana – Meditation
  • Samadhi – A state of joy and peace

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Restorative Pranayama

Restorative Pranayama – This Restorative Pranayama class will help guide the Yogi to their breath through meditations and light restorative movements and stretches. This class will awaken the energy in the body and smooth out the rough edges to help find calm and peace. The pace is slow and perfect for all levels including beginners.

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Vinyasa Sculpt – Vinyasa Sculpt combine weights, music, breathe, movement and heat to deliver a complete well rounded body workout. Sculpt yoga will assist you on your path for managing stress and increasing endurance, strength and flexibility. This class will start with vinyasa flows to warm up, adding personal chosen weights for foundation sculpting, and ending with some stretching and relaxation.

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Class type: motherhood

Prenatal – Prenatal yoga can help you improve sleep, reduce stress and anxiety, increase the strength, flexibility and endurance of muscles needed for childbirth, decrease lower back pain, nausea, headaches and shortness of breath.
“It takes a village to raise a child” – African proverb

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* This class requires a reservation due to the nature of having a limited number of hammocks. No drop-ins without a reservation.

Class type: relax

Yin – While “yang” yoga focuses on your muscles, yin yoga targets your deep connective tissues, like your fascia, ligaments, joints, and bones. It’s a slow and mindful practice, giving you space to turn inward and tune into both your mind and the physical sensations of your body. Most poses are done while seated or lying down supported by the use of props and are held in stillness for several minutes. Yin yoga helps you stretch and lengthen those rarely-used tissues while also teaching you how to breathe through discomfort and sit with your thoughts.

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