Ashtanga is a method of yoga that synchronizes the breath with a progressive series of postures. This process produces an internal heat and purifying sweat, creating a deep detoxification of the muscles and organs. Improvement of circulation, a light and strong body, and a clean mind are just some of the benefits that are gained from a continuous commitment to Ashtanga yoga. The key to developing strength and flexibility through Ashtanga yoga is PRACTICE!
Sometimes referred to as assisted hatha yoga, Thai yoga massage is a blend of yoga, meditation, and the ancient wisdom of Ayurveda. Thai yoga massage is performed on the floor in loose comfortable clothing. The techniques of palming, thumbing, and stretching create a rhythmic dance between the practitioner and recipient. This rhythmic dance leaves the client feeling centered, relaxed, and energized.
Svadhyaya yoga combines elements of contemporary body-mind psychology with hatha yoga. It promotes the integration of the mind/body/spirit with the understanding of the self. Poses can be adapted to fit the needs & abilites of individual students. This form of yoga helps students promote health and wellness from within.
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This class is suitable for those new to yoga or Ashtanga yoga. The teacher will break down the postures of the sun salutations and lead the student through the standing asanas (postures).
The teacher will lead the student through the standing and the first half of the seated postures.
This class will be led through the entire primary series and is suitable for those who have been practicing Ashtanga continuously.