Classes

Tiny Baby and mommy yoga/massage class (45minutes)

Stretch, bond and breathe in this special yoga class designed for new mothers and babies (2 months to 14 months). Meet other moms and babies while you strengthen and support postpartum and sleep-deprived bodies with specifically chosen asanas and sequences.Every class will devote time for gentle hands on yoga and massage for babies, aiding in their digestion and promoting the sleep-wake cycle. Bonding postures and playful songs are also explored. Dress comfortably and bring a receiving blanket for your baby.

Mommy and Me toddler yoga class (45 minutes)

This class is for 2/3 years old toddlers. Toddlers will begin to explore how yoga helps them feel good about themselves and others, and learn how to enjoy the world around them. We will work on yoga poses in a fun and creative way using gymnastics, dance,parachute and juggling scarves.Parents or caregiver must be present.

Children yoga (60 minutes)

This is for 4/5 years old children. We will work on yoga poses in a fun and creative way using gymnastics, dance,parachute and juggling scarves.

Private yoga (60minutes)

Private sessions are a great way to build a strong foundation to then continue your practice at home or in a group class. Sessions can be scheduled at your convenience.Each session is customized to serve your individual needs and can include physical postures, specific sequences, breath work and meditation. Some benefits of private yoga include individual attention, addressing a specific health issue and working toward personal goals.

Office Yoga/Come to your office (40 minutes)

My yoga programs is uniquely tailored to office workers and topic of each client, using the modalities of meditation, mindfulness, yoga and personal development to support healthy nutrition, relaxation, and build greater employee self-confidence and interpersonal skills. My sequencing of yoga postures for corporate venues is structured to get tired office bodies moving and your employees’ blood flowing so they feel refreshed, renewed and re-energized, ready to get back to work and take on new challenges. This class is for all ages and levels.

Vinyasa flow( 90 minutes)

Vinyasa practice is a flowing sequence of asanas (poses) usually built around the classical Surya Namaskar (sun salutation). A strong connection between breath and movement creates a moving meditation to relax the mind while energizing the body. Classes may be faster or slower paced depending on the class. Expect music to inspire movement and personal power. Vinyasa Flow builds strength, concentration, confidence and flexibility. Classes are suitable for all levels.

Acro Yoga (90 minutes)

AcroYoga is a blend of partner acrobatics, Thai massage, and yoga. It builds a practice of understanding and trust between the base (partner on the floor) and flier (partner in the air). A typical acroyoga class consists of a proper warm-up and partner stretching followed by guided technique instruction. Class concludes with a brief warm down. In an acroyoga class, you'll learn to trust your own body and the community of acroyogis around you in a fun and friendly environment. Prepare to create postures you never thought possible!   All levels welcome. 

Hatha flow (90 minutes)

Traditionally in Hatha Yoga, asanas (poses) are held longer with attention to alignment along with focused awareness on pranayama (breath control) and meditation. This is an excellent place for those new to yoga and for experienced practitioners interested in refining their practice. Hatha Flow has the same principles while incorporating slow paced vinyasa, the linking of postures with breath awareness. All levels are welcome.

Yin yoga (90 minutes)

Yin yoga is a slow-paced style of yoga with postures, or asanas, that are held for longer periods of time—for beginners, it may range from 45 seconds to two minutes. Yin yoga poses apply moderate stress to the connective tissues of the body—the tendons, fascia, and ligaments—with the aim of increasing circulation in the joints and improving flexibility. A more meditative approach to yoga, yin aims at cultivating awareness of inner silence, and bringing to light a universal, interconnecting quality.

Restorative Yoga (90 minutes)

Restorative yoga uses props and techniques that promote relaxation while bringing the body into balance. Among its many benefits, restorative yoga can help rehabilitate injuries, stimulate specific organs, reduce blood pressure and reduce stress hormones. Restorative yoga can be enjoyed by anyone regardless of flexibility. All levels are welcomed.