|Sunday||8:30 am||Eclectic Vinyasa Yoga||Dan Boyne|
|10:00 am||Anusara-Inpsired (Level 2/3)||Andrea Fotopolous|
|12:00 pm||Family Yoga||KB Mello||4:00 pm||Vinyasa Yoga||Rob Phillips|
|5:45 pm||Yin Yoga||Rob Phillips|
|Monday||8:00 am||Hatha Flow||KB Mello|
|9:30 am||Alignment Flow Yoga||Jane Cargill|
|11:00 am||Yoga to Promote Health & Resilience (55+)||Jane Cargill|
|12:30 pm||Vinyasa Yoga||Betsey St. Onge|
|2:00 pm||Yoga Wall Ropes||Lindsay Gibson||Registration suggested. Space limited to 8|
|4:00 pm||Slow Flow||Jennifer Miles|
|5:45 pm||Alignment Flow||Vito Politano|
|7:30 pm||Yoga Wall Ropes||Vito Politano|
|Tuesday||9:30 am||Alignment Flow Yoga||Solange Voss|
|11:00 am||Yoga & Pilates: New Frontiers||Lindsay Gibson||(Begins 3/18. Registration required. Limited to 4)||12:30 am||Vinyasa Yoga||Jane Henderson|
|3:30 pm||Flower Bud's Yoga (ages 3.9-7)||Tara Rachel Jones|
|4:30 pm||Flower Children's Yoga (ages 7-11)||Tara Rachel Jones|
|5:45 pm||Hatha Yoga||Lindsay Gibson|
|7:30 pm||Alignment Flow Yoga||Jane Cargill|
|Wednesday||8:00 am||Hatha Yoga||Lindsay Gibson|
|9:30 am||Alignment Flow Yoga||Jane Cargill|
|11:00 pm||Yoga to Promote Health & Resilience (55+)||Jane Cargill|
|12:30 pm||Hatha Flow||Beate Francis|
|2:00 pm||Yoga Wall Ropes||Jennifer Krier||Registration suggested. Space limited to 8|
|5:45 pm||Vinyasa Therapeutics/td>||Clementine Cummer|
|7:30 pm||Alignment Flow||Jennifer Miles|
|Thursday||9:30 am||Vinyasa Yoga||Jane Henderson|
|12:30 pm||Vinyasa Yoga||Betsy St. Onge|
|4:00 pm||Yoga Wall Ropes||Lindsay Gibson||Registration suggested. Space limited to 8|
|5:45 pm||Vinyasa Therapeutics||James Gotz|
|7:30 pm||Alignment Flow Yoga||Jane Cargill|
|Friday||8:00 am||Hatha Yoga||Lindsay Gibson|
|9:30 am||Alignment Flow Yoga||Solange Voss|
|11:00 am||Yoga to Promote Health & Resilience (55+)||Lindsay Gibson|
|12:30 pm||Vinyasa Yoga||Karolina Barwinski|
|4:00 pm||Alignment Flow Yoga||Rob Phillips|
|5:45 pm||Yin Yoga||Rob Phillips|
|Saturday||9:30 am||Vinyasa Yoga||Jane Cargill|
|11:30 am||Hatha Yoga||Lindsay Gibson|
|4:30 pm||Alignment Flow Yoga||KB Mello|
All classes are 75-90 minutes.
Drop-ins: We welcome drop-ins~ $17. Students/Seniors~ $15. Ropes Classes~ $18
We offer 5 and 10 class cards which are valid for 6 months. Class cards are nontransferable.
Unlimited monthly passes available!!
We offer student and senior discounts.
Refund Policy: All fees are non-refundable.
Class Cancellations: Call the studio or look on line for cancellations due to inclement weather.
Frequently called "flowing with grace," Anusara Yoga is an integrated approach to Hatha Yoga in which the human spirit blends with the science of biomechanics. Anusara Yoga is grounded in a deep understanding of body alignment and an essential appreciation and respect for each student's abilities and limitations.
An open level practice taught by teacher trainees. Donation of $5 is recommended to the Guidance Center.
This is a creative approach to the classical yoga tradition. Here the student will discover a stress-free way of practicing where the connection between the earth and the body becomes the central focus. The emphasis is on understanding a way of practice that applies to all asanas, all bodies, and to daily living. The class is gentle, meditative, and restorative. Carol's style of teaching creates an environment where all students can work together regardless of experience, age, physical condition, or level. No worries, no wants.
A gentle Hatha based class for children ages 4-6. The children will learn to move with grace and increase strength and flexibility in a fun and playful environment.These classes are a structured rhythm woven together through story, song and verse. The exploration of asana is aligned with awareness of evolutionary movement and observation of the child's nature movements in free and imaginative play. Single child drop-in $14; parent/child drop-in $22; single child 10 week session $130; parent/child 10 week session $200.
These classes present a consistent series of postures and yoga games to increase flexibility. This class will also foster concentration by practicing meditation games. Curiosity and imagination will be promoted by both listening to multicultural stories and creating one's own yoga stories and poses. Single child drop-in $14; parent/child drop-in $22; single child 10 week session $130; parent/child 10 week session $200.
The style is very much focused around addressing current day stresses, both physical and emotional, and is a very effective method for preventing and healing injuries. Forrest Yoga helps you connect to your core – getting strong and centered. It uses heat, deep breathing (pranayama) and vigorous sequences to sweat out toxins. The long holds in the pose progressions help you flush, oxygenate and rejuvenate every cell as well as refine your relationship to it. For beginners to Forrest Yoga, you learn to connect your breath to intention and connection to feeling in your body. Learning to work honestly at your edges, you develop effective tools to deal with fear and struggle. As your connection to core deepens you awaken the body’s inherent wisdom of self-knowing.
This class is crafted to help empower students with injuries or some limitation that interferes with their ability to participate in other yoga classes. Through careful use of fundamental alignment principles, mobility and range of motion are increased and healing and self awareness are encouraged.
This is the most common form of yoga practiced in the United States. It combines posture, sequences of postures, and breath control to bring the body into proper alignment and to, gracefully, open the heart, spine, and soul. By connecting the mind, body, and breath the student begins a journey inward and is, consequently, personally transformed.
A mindful practice with familiar hatha yoga poses and breath shaped into various flowing sequences that will spread awareness and love into your body and mind. All levels.
Insight Meditation, or Vipassana, is a form of meditation that developed during the earliestof the Buddha's teachings as preserved in the Theravadan school of Buddhism. In its essence, it is a simple and direct way to "see things as they are," free of distortion. In seeing ourselves and the world with greater clarity, we begin to observe how patterns of relationship are conditioned by habits of grasping, condemnation and ignorance.
Through the sustained cultivation of mindfulness and concentration, the Mind and Heart gradually learn to let go of this conditioning and experience a kind of peace that is independent of changing circumstances.
The Group Practice is a lighthearted and fun way to get serious about your yoga practice! This is a led practice, where teachers and students practice alongside each other. Anusara-Inspired teachers Hannah and Mark will lead the group through a specific sequence toward a peak pose or class of poses. Each two-hour session will have a clear focus, such as back bends, forward bends, twists, hip openers, arm-balances, etc. All are welcome--come with a good attitude and know your limits. This style of group practice is a tradition in the method of Anusara Yoga.
This class is taught in the Iyengar tradition and is geared towards newcomers to yoga, people who want/need to take care with movement, and people who want to focus on improving alignment and increasing muscular as well as joint strength and/or mobility.
Kripalu Yoga uses classic asanas, pranayama, development of a quiet mind, and the practice of relaxation. Kripalu Yoga classes emphasize following the flow of prana, practicing compassionate self-acceptance, developing witness consciousness, and taking what is learned off the mat and into daily life.
In Mysore classes, students work on a set series of asanas and move along at their own pace, assisted by the instructor. No experience is necessary, but a commitment to show up for all of the classes is highly recommended for those who wish to progress. The value of learning the Ashtanga series is multifold. First, the student will learn a traditional series that allows for the cultivation of self-practice; second, over time, the set series allows the student to focus his/her mind on the development of more subtle, internal aspects of yoga. Dan's approach is to have students cultivate an awareness of breath, movement, and internal focus so that the series resembles a moving meditation.
Nia, Your Body's Way integrates healing arts martial arts and dance arts open to all levels--designed for your body's way discover the joys of movement and energy in this practice.
Prajna Yoga is a system-less system. No two classes are ever the same. The idea is to be sensitive to the practitioner, the time of day, the seasons and other phenomena for guidance in practice. The specific style of a Prajna yoga class is dynamic yogic study, compassionate self-inquiry, and mindful "slow core" practice. In class we practice classical yoga poses, both active and restorative, sensory awareness training, chanting and meditation. No specific style or predictable format will be offered, classes will vary each week. There is a philosophical theme from the wisdom teachings woven thru the class and in this way all aspects of body, mind and spirit are exercised, relaxed and inspired.
Relax and Renew is a series of supportive poses that allows your body to renew and heal. With the use of props (bolsters, blocks, blankets, and straps), you will ease your body into yoga poses allowing for a gentle opening of chronically tight muscle groups. This practice aims to balance the nervous system, restore the immune system, and achieve deep relaxation. Come shed the stresses of daily life and discover a more relaxed and balanced you.
Often called "Flow Yoga," Vinyasa focuses on movement and flow. Students move gently and continuously, through a sequence of asanas. Movements are connected to awareness and breath.
A fusion of vinyasa yoga and bodywork, this unique approach created by Cambridge-based Bo Forbes features frequent isometric stretches, innovative use of props, core body awakening and creative sequencing. Synergizing long holds with a mindful flow of poses seamlessly linked by the breath and extensive alignment instruction, every class is custom-designed around the specific needs and requests of the students. This therapeutic approach to vinyasa yoga is designed to promote neurofascial release and expansion while enhancing students' self-knowledge and body awareness in order to shift long-held patterns of thought and movement.
visYoga (translated as strength yoga) is an ever-evolving physical conditioning system which incorporates the principles of Ashtanga Yoga, body mechanics and kinesiology found in martial arts and in personal training techniques, isometrics, stretching and relaxation.
Yin Yoga is a complementary yoga practice to the more dynamic and invigorating yoga styles that are predominant today. In Yin Yoga, floor postures are held passively for several minutes in order to access a safe and positive 'stress' on the deep layers of connective tissue in the body. Physically, Yin Yoga restores and maintains the natural mobility of the joints, primarily between the navel and the knees. Energetically, Yin Yoga opens the body’s meridian system, which enhances the body’s energetic flow and supports emotional equilibrium. And as this practice emphasizes stillness and silence, Yin Yoga prepares both the body and the mind for deeper experiences in meditation. For more info see yinyoga.com
This class incorporates the careful use of a range of props and generous instructor assistance to help with mobility and alignment. In a loving and supportive class atmosphere, all students will be encouraged to gently deepen their yoga practices and to experience the joy of being younger this year.
In this class you will learn new ways to work with the rope walls, which will aid in developing your practice further. In the Iyengar method, working on the ropes is called Yoga Kurunta, which translates as 'yoga puppet.' You use the play of the ropes on the body to lengthen the spine and move more deeply into the asanas. They can ground, anchor and let you fly!