The practice of yoga is about coming together and sharing our energy with no expectations or judgement
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Rise and Shine
Class combines Vinyasa flows with longer held asanas leading to strength and flexibility throughout the body and mind. A focus on our breath will guide Vinyasa flows. We will practice finding healthy alignment and noticing how to engage parts of bodies to increase strength and flexibility in longer held poses. All of this with a bit of fun and levity.
Sunrise Morning Vinyasa-Intermediate
A beautiful way to greet the day by energizing the body and clearing the mind to prepare for what is going to unfold during the day. A yoga session to help you embrace the day with more energy, awareness and resilience. Some inversions included such as shoulderstand or headstands (prep for headstands).
Lunch Hour Yoga
A 55 to 60 minute yoga sessions that is perfect choice for your busy day. Perfect for those who need a break from work, to let go physically, mentally and emotionally with a yoga session and be ready to embrace what lies ahead at work or thereafter.
Four Seasons Vinyasa Flow
This themed-based vinyasa flow, linking breath and movement, will focus on sequences emphasizing the muscle groups often used in activities enjoyed during each season (running, skiing, cycling…). Several peak poses will be chosen each quarter, providing space, time, and goals for individuals to broaden and deepen their practice. Come play with fun and creative sequencing; be inspired by the changing seasons!
A yoga session focusing on strengthening the core. Using some Pilates and yoga postures to improve core strength. A strong core is more than physical, it is important for balance, digestion and for better emotional health. Knowledge of basic yoga poses and alignment necessary.
Candle Light Yoga/Community Class
Celebrating light in Alaska whether winter or summer with a yoga session. An evening of soft glow with candlelight and gentle yoga postures to open the body and calm the mind. It’s an ideal way to end the day or week with a calming practice.
Slow Flow yoga
A slower paced movement synchronized with the breath. Holding poses for exploration of alignment, strength and flexibility.
A strong paced movement of yoga poses to energize the body and mind. Flowing with the breath and allowing for a fluid transition from posture to posture. Recommended for students with 12 months or more of yoga practice.
Hatha Flow/Yin Yoga
Class begins with a Hatha yoga Flow and then gradually move into Yin Yoga. Yin Yoga consists of passive deep stretch poses that focus mostly on the hips, pelvis, lower back, and knees. Yin poses are held for 3-5 minutes, primarily seated or reclining on the floor. Suitable for all levels.
This is a 75 minute intro to the Ashtanga primary series of poses. Exploring mainly the standing and seated postures of the primary series. Linking together postures, creating a flowing dynamic movement. Each posture preparing the body and mind to the next posture. A Vinyasa based movement emphasizing focus or gaze (drsti), the breath (pranayama) and the energy “locks” (bandha) resulting in a powerful practice. A perfect practice to strengthen the body as well as staying focused and with a calm mind. Suitable for those with a minimum 6 months of consistent yoga practice.
This class is offered on alternating Saturdays. Ideal for those who are looking to learn the Ashtanga Method.
Intro to Ashtanga Level II
This is a 90 minute intro to the Ashtanga primary series of poses. Focus is on linking together postures, creating a flowing dynamic movement. Each posture preparing the body and mind to the next posture. A Vinyasa based movement emphasizing focus or gaze (drsti), the breath (pranayama) and the energy “locks” (bandha) resulting in a powerful practice. A perfect practice to strengthen the body as well as staying focused and with a calm mind. Suitable for those with a minimum 12 months of consistent yoga practice.
Note: Ashtanga Level I is a 70 minute session offered on alternating Saturdays at 11am. More time is spent on exploring the postures in Level 1. Recommend attending Level 1 before Level 11 Intro to Ashtanga.