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*Restorative Yoga, Flow Chill and Yoga Sculpt have space limitations due to the use of props. Please pre-register to secure your spot. We also require a 24 hour cancellation for these classes so that we can fill your space with someone else. You will otherwise be charged for class. Thank you.
Our Yang (more active) classes at Flow are taught in the Vinyasa Yoga Style:
Vinyasa: To place in a special way; to connect breath to movement; to flow
We also offer Yin (less active) practices at Flow as well. (Yin Yoga, Restorative and Meditation)
Heated Classes 85 – 97 degrees
Flow 1: This class is great for beginners and seasoned practitioners . This class will be more basic in nature, postures will be more foundational with emphasis on breath, alignment and focus on transitions. (classroom temperature – 90-95)
Mixed Level: A Step up from Flow 1. For those ready to venture out to more complicated postures (arm balances and backbends) along with less verbal instruction. Focus will continue to be on the breath and alignment. (classroom temperature – 90-95)
Flow 2: This class will provide less verbal instruction than a Flow 1 or Mixed Level class. Deeper stages of postures will be explored. A more vigorous practice. (classroom temperature – 90-95)
Flow Express: This hour will leave you feeling invigorated from head to toe – a complete work out. Based on the Ashtanga Vinyasa system, this class is a modified practice that builds heat, strength and flexibility. Great for all levels especially beginners. (classroom temperature – 90 )
Hot Flow: Is likened to the marathon of yoga. Postures are held longer and practiced twice providing a more challenging practice. (classroom temperature – 97)
Basics: New to yoga? If so, this class is a good place to begin. In this class, you will learn the basic postures of vinyasa yoga and basic alignment principles. Fewer postures will be practiced at a slower pace, making the setting ideal for asking questions (classroom temperature – 85)
Slow Flow: A more basic class, with longer holds and more grounding postures. A nice place for new practitioners , or the athlete who needs to slow down. This class will concentrate on a more basic postures, hip openers, forward folds as well as restorative stretching to release any unnecessary stress. (classroom temperature – 85)
Deep Stretch: A more active stretch class, this class focuses on stretching the larger muscle groups of the body, building heat through some flow, pranayam (breath work) and long deep holds to give you time to work openings in the body that are not always available during a flow clas (classroom temperature – 90-95 degrees)
Yin/Yang:A class that balances movement and stillness through the practice of slow flow and yin. Practice begins with a more fluid slow flow and is harmonized with the grounding and opening practice of yin (postures held from 2-5 minutes). (classroom temperature – 85)
Ashtanga: Ashtanga Yoga is a yoga style that has been brought to great prominence through the teachings of the late Sri K. Pattabhi Jois.. The vigorous and intense yoga workout routines can be extremely challenging. They consist of three series, or levels of work, classically using the sun salutation sequence (Surya Namaskar) as a warm up to these series. Strength, stamina and sweat are hallmark aspects of Ashtanga Yoga and from the tiring and exhausting first attempts of an initiate. (classroom temperature – 85)
Core Flow Yoga: An energizing vinyasa class interwoven with abdominal and back strengthening exercises to create a more toned, balanced and strong center. Sure to tighten up the core and push your edge! A great compliment to your yin practices.
Restorative: This is a gentle, therapeutic style of Yoga that uses props to support the body to deepen the benefits of the poses. It is a soothing and nurturing practice that promotes the effects of conscious relaxation. *pre-registration is required for this class due to the use of props and space limitations. 24 hour cancellation notice is required, otherwise you will be charged for the class*
Yin Yoga: Yin is performed to stretch the connective tissues of the body. Primary connective tissues include the hips, thighs and lower spinal area. These types of tissues do not stretch the muscles (as in the yang form of yoga) but they stretch and exercise the bone and joints areas of the body. This type of asana practice is beneficial to a wide variety of people. Yin yoga is a perfect match for yang yoga, and provides a deeper stretch.
Flow Chill: Start class with a 5-10 minute “mindfulness/meditation” followed by 30 – 40 minutes of Yin postures. Feeling zen yet? The last part of this class is dedicated to Restorative Yoga postures – to bring you into a deep state of relaxation leaving you feeling “chill” from head to toe.
Meditation: Explore breath and mantra as it is used to create space and tranquility in the mind so that we may sit in meditation and experience the inner peace and Light of our true nature.
Prenatal: Gentle yoga for pregnant mothers. You will learn breathing, relaxation and specific yoga poses to help mommies through pregnancy and birth. In addition, breathing exercises and relaxation techniques are taught as an effective way to promote serenity, connection with baby and overall well being. If experiencing a high-risk pregnancy, please consult with your doctor before registering.
Yoga Sculpt: Combines the strength and endurance of resistance training and the mind and body benefits of yoga. The class will begin with a traditional warm up using surya namaskars (sun salutations). Following the warm up, isolated exercises will be performed using external weight as well as your own body weight in conjunction with our breath. The resistance exercises will be focused on slow controlled movement, holds and light weight with high repetitions. Immediately following the active work, yoga stretches and breath awareness will be practiced to open and stretch the worked muscle before moving on to the next exercise. Following the completion of the full body workout, the class concludes with some floor stretches and breath work, finally settling into savasana. *pre-registration is required for this class due to the use of props and space limitations. 24 hour cancellation notice is required, otherwise you will be charged for the class*
Double Mat Class: This is the most authentic form of the Universal Yoga System practice. With two mats crossed in a +, students are led in practice that uses a wide array of turns on the mat. These turns are combined with postures, creative transitions/vinyasas, gestures/mudras and yogic breathing techniques/pranayamas. Patterns on the mat are created specifically to enhance one’s energy sensation awareness as a means toward preparing for deeper practices that further the quieting of the restless mind.
Private Yoga Classes & Instruction
Want some 1:1 instruction or can’t find a class to fit your schedule? Flow Yoga offers private yoga instruction either at the studio or at your home. A private yoga lesson will be catered to you and your unique needs, energy and mood! Rates vary by location and duration. Please contact us for details.