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Flow Yoga/Friday Flow
Tu/Th 8 AM, Fri 3 PM (begins Aug. 25), Sun 11 AM

A dynamic connection of movement and breath geared to mixed levels of fitness and experience. The teacher will offer posture options and modifications that allow the practitioner to choose what works best for them. Expect the invitation to move through a variety of postures (standing, seated, floor) as well as the opportunity to rest, both when directed, and on your own as needed. All levels. 60 minutes 

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Flow Yoga 75
Sat 8:30 AM

A dynamic connection of movement and breath focused on endurance, flexibility, and strength. Creative sequencing to inspire physical, energetic, mental balance. The longer class format allows us to raise our energy in a more vigorous practice, explore new postures, and enjoy a deeper final relaxation. 75 minutes

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Evening Flow
Mon/Wed 7 PM

Bring closure to your day with this evening flow practice. We will start and end class slowly, while providing the opportunity for more challenging sequences and deeper stretching in the middle. Expect to move through standing, seated, kneeling and supine postures. Focus on deep breathing, mental awareness and physical alignment. All levels. 60 minutes

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Gentle Yoga
Mon/Wed 9 AM, Tu 7 PM

Join us for an all-levels class with an emphasis on breathing, relaxing, and increasing resilience to stress. Practice detachment from outcomes and simply being with what is. You will move your spine in all directions and bring awareness to the energy flowing through you. This class often incorporates themes from yoga's beautiful and  timeless philosophy. Classes will draw from traditional yoga postures, and the occasional restorative and yin posture. 60 minutes 

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Yin Yoga
Thurs 5:30 PM 

Yin yoga is a quiet, contemplative practice that works deep in the body with passive, longer-held poses. It targets the deepest tissues of the body, our connective tissues (ligaments, joints, the fascia matrix) and the energy channels (meridians/nadis.) This is in contrast to Yang yoga practices such as Vinyasa yoga which specifically target the muscles. Yin yoga improves the energy flow, enhancing the flow of chi in the organs. Yin yoga also offers wonderful emotional and mental health benefits. 

This class consists of a series of long-held, passive floor poses that mainly work the lower part of the body – the hips, pelvis, inner thighs, lower spine. These areas are especially rich in connective tissues. During the poses, the muscles are relaxed. The poses are held for up to 3-5 minutes, sometimes longer. Yin is almost entirely passive, although some Yin poses contain Yang elements. All levels. 60 minutes

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Sunrise Yoga
Wed/Fri 6:30 AM

In the yoga tradition, the morning is considered a “divine time” when an individual’s prana (vital energy) is at its peak. Clarity, creativity, and peace of mind and body are benefits of a sunrise yoga practice because of fewer distractions before starting your day. Every class has a unique flow of stretch, power, balance and a variety of yoga postures designed to prepare you for the day ahead. All levels. 60 minutes

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Restorative Yoga
Sun 7 PM, Wed 5:30 PM 

Restorative yoga is a gentle, slow, still style of yoga that is suitable for practitioners of all levels. Through the use of props for support, the postures are held almost effortlessly. It is a practice of deep relaxation that emphasizes the meditative aspect of yoga—the union of body, mind, and energy. When the body enters a state of relaxation the mind can also consciously relax as tension is released. 60 minutes

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Qi Gong 
Tues 11 A

Qi Gong, like yoga and Tai Chi, involves connecting the mind, body, and spirit but is unique in its own right. Qi Gong consists of gentle movements that mirror the movements in nature. Gentle flows using all parts of the body, help channel, strengthen and circulate Qi through the body helping to nourish the body’s muscles, tissue, organs, while helping you get in touch with the natural flow of energy in your body. This gentle practice is often referred to as “a moving meditation” as it helps clear emotional stress and uses gentle movement and breath control to help you stay connected to the present moment. All levels. 45 minutes

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Slow Flow Yoga
Friday 9:30 AM (Begins Aug. 25)

Slow Flow incorporates a series of movements that gradually build up to a steady flow sequence, coordinated with the breath. The lighter pace invites you to be present with each posture, cultivate introspection, and explore the play between strength, range of motion, stability, and ease.

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