Gentle Yoga (Ladie's Only)
1:30pm - 2:30pm
Gentle yoga, is extremely relaxing and helps enhance range of motion. In gentle yoga, the movement is slow, each movement is linked with breath, and we enter into the postures gradually—moving in and out of each pose smoothly and mindfully. This fluidity into postures protects and nurtures the joints, muscles, and connective tissue. With gentle yoga, you explore your pain-free range of motion and find your edge, so you can come safely and comfortably into the pose, depending on what’s right for your body on any given day. Gentle yoga is particularly good for balancing digestive difficulties because its slow, rhythmic movement soothes and relaxes the nervous system. Done regularly, It works to access to tools that help us engage the parasympathetic nervous system so the body can rest and restore. More people of all ages and abilities are finding this a truly valuable practice for Mind Body and Soul.
Iyengar Inspired Yoga
7pm - 8:15pm
This form of Yoga concentrates with a strong emphasis and focus on structural alignment of the physical body through the practice of static asanas and Breath work know as Pranayama. It differs from other styles of yoga in three ways: precision, sequence and use of props. Precision is sought in body alignment in every asana.
It is excellent for building strength and flexibility and is all about quality of movement rather than quantity. To me this style of yoga is the building blocks of all other forms. Suitable for all.