Yoga Flow Classes

New Yoga Classes with Yoga Flow Life

Check the schedule below :)

New Classes

 

Saturday - All Level Yoga (begins 09/07/2019) 9:30-10:45am

Sunday - Guided Meditation (begins 09/08/2019) 9:30-10:45am


All Level Yoga

All Level Vinyasa Yoga Classes Saturdays 9:30-10:45am

All Level Vinyasa Flow Yoga

 

Vinyasa Yoga is a flowing more fluid style of yoga that uses the breath to connect sequenced movements together such as the Sun Salutations & Dancing Warrior to create an entire flowing yoga class. We will begin class by tuning in with our breath to help connect the mind to the body, then a warm up to open and stretch the body, this will be followed by the salutations, and the heart flow of the practice. We will end with a deep stretching cool down, Savasana - our resting pose, and finally tuning out to seal the practice.

This class is appropriate for all levels of fitness, free of major, recent injuries or surgeries. Make sure you discuss this with your physician if you have concerns. Modifications and props are provided to assist and deepen the practice as well as progressions as needed. 

All level yoga is open to the beginner student all the way to the seasoned practitioner. We will explore all the poses or prep work to advance to certain poses, we will utilize several pranayamas & mudras (breathwork & energetic seals with the hands), we will talk about bandhas and when to use them, as well as move through creative flows.

Bring:

- Yoga mat 

- Yoga blocks (1 to 2 is usually enough)

- Water

- Towel

- Small folded blanket for padding the knees or for sitting on

- Any other props you like to use in your practice ;)

*We also have extra mats/props to borrow*

**Check the new student Yoga FAQ for common questions**

Guided Meditation Classes

Guided Meditation Classes on Sunday mornings 9:30-10:45am

Guided Meditation

 

This style of meditation uses narrative or storytelling imagery through the use of symbols, colors, the 5 senses, landscapes,and more to assist a yoga student in learning to create visualizations within their mind. With continued practice this will strengthen the mind's endurance to focus and concentrate. It will begin to calm the "monkey mind" and allow the body actually begin to relax and let go. Then with continued practice of focusing and concentrating the mind, a student may then be able to obtain a true sense of meditation.

Throughout the year we will be focus on multiple themes that are related to the human condition. We will use several different drishtis, pranayamas, mudras, mantras, and bandhas. *Check the FAQ Yoga Vocabulary*

Bring:

- Yoga mat (there are some to borrow as well)

- Yoga blocks (1 to 2 is usually enough and we have extras to borrow)

- Water

- Towel

- Small folded blanket for padding the knees or for sitting on

- Any other props you like to use in your practice ;)