schedule

all classes are $5 and drop-ins are always welcomed!

monday

10-11am flow:  Chelsea

5:30-6:30pm flow:  Nychole

7-8pm flow:  Shiloh

tuesday

10-11am flow* starts feb. 26th

5:30-6:30pm flow:  Brandi

7-8pm yin:  David C.

wednesday

10-11am flow:  Nychole

5:30-6:30pm flow:  Chelsea

7-8pm yin:  David C.

thursday

10-11am flow* starts feb. 28th

5:30-6:30pm flow:  Nychole

7-8pm yin:  Shiloh

friday

10-11am flow:  Nychole

5:30-6:30pm flow:  Josh

saturday

8:30-9:30am slow flow:  Brandy

10-11am flow:  Brandy

12-1pm Buti Yoga:  Chelsea

sunday

10-11am flow:  Chelsea

4-5pm flow:  Shiloh

 

*Buti® is a dynamic asana, deep abdominal toning, cardio, and intense dance class.   Buti® classes utilize spiral structure technique® to facilitate the release + toning of the body – physical, emotional and energetic. Through primal movement, dynamic asana and cardio-sprints, students breakdown the emotional barriers that hold them back from achieving self-love and true human connection.
*flow:  is a combination of accessible poses, fluid movement and breath.  you will move through a series of poses that engage and open all the major muscle groups.  class begins with gentler movements to warm up the body, then into progressively more challenging flowing sequences.  these may include balances and peak poses. class ends with calmer, deeper stretches, and floor-based asana practice.
*yin: is a slow-paced style of yoga with postures, or asanas, that are held for longer periods of time— it may range from 45 seconds to five minutes.  yin offers a deeper access to the body by targeting the deep connective tissues (vs. the superficial tissues) and the fascia that cover the body.
*slow flow:  allows beginners to create their own journey, while learning poses and how to move, breathe, and stretch between poses. slow flow brings the element of time into the practice. the practitioner has time to evaluate how and when a pose should to be modified, due to physical limitations or limitations in experience. the practitioner also has the time to mentally engage with the body, as it moves through a series.  slow flowing is a wonderful practice in discovering one’s personal limitations and learning how to move past those limitations.
the mind and body connection is one of the main goals when practicing all forms of YOGA

 

 

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