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Restorative: often called “stress relief yoga,” and what we’ve dubbed “community napping,” this style doesn’t involve any standing or strenuous poses. Everything is fully supported and comfortable, which allows you to focus on relaxing the body and calming the mind. This is a great starting point if you want to use yoga to unwind.
Blissful: just a step up from Restorative, this style may include a little more movement, but is still pretty gentle. It’s great if you’re looking to maintain mobility, relax, and/or combat the symptoms of aging (because nobody’s getting any younger...). This is a great first class if you like to keep things calm but still work the joints and stretch the muscles.
Gentle Flow: we use the term “flow” to indicate that the poses are linked through a sequence of movements. Often times, this suggests that there is the familiar “vinyasa” flow incorporated, but not always. If you’re not sure what a vinyasa is, not to worry - we teach it at a slower pace in this class. This is our #1 recommended starting point for beginner yogis without any mobility issues like recent injury or severe chronic pain. You may find yourself challenged in Gentle Flow, but not to the point of frustration.
All Levels Flow: This is an accessible flow class with an extra notch of strength. Whereas Gentle Flow is slower and will never include inversions or much physical challenge, this class style may assume you already know that familiar Vinyasa sequence, but the tempo is still slow enough that you’ll be in tune with your breath the whole time, working deeper into the connective tissue. Expect to be challenged and likely to sweat.
Sadhana: The Sanskrit word for "daily spiritual practices," is designed to offer students a complete yoga experience, contributing to one's overall well-being in body, mind and spirit. Class begins with a short dharma talk, a discussion of living a mindful yogic life; followed by asana,* a sequence of postures that work to connect to the deeper layers of the body; followed by a full 20-minute meditation.
*Sadhana level 1 includes a very gentle practice designed to open the body for seated meditation; level 2 includes a Strong Flow practice.
Strong Flow: by now you’ve gotten an understanding of how we take things a step further around here. Strong Flow is exactly what it sounds like: flowing sequences that challenge your strength. We expect you to have a solid understanding of basic poses like down dog, warrior 1, warrior 2, tree and triangle. You can expect to sweat and, with consistent dedication to this particular style, watch your practice flourish in no time.
In short, you can literally start at the top of these styles and progressively work your way down; in doing so, you will find where your stopping point is. You can hang out in that class style until you feel ready to keep challenging yourself. Not looking for challenge? No pressure and no judgement, just stay in the first 2-3 styles!