Class Schedule and Descriptions

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2019 Schedule:

Mondays 9:00 – 10:30 a.m. Rope Yoga
Mondays 5:45 – 7:00 p.m. Restorative Yoga

Tuesdays 8:00 – 9:00 a.m. Hips and Core
Tuesdays 5:30 – 6:30 p.m. Prenatal Fitness with Amanda

Wednesdays 11 – 11:50 a.m. Mommy & Baby Fitness with Amanda
Wednesdays 5:45 – 7:00 p.m. Introduction to Yoga

Thursdays 9:00 – 10:00 a.m. Shoulders and Spine Yoga
Thursdays 5:30 – 6:30 p.m. Prenatal Fitness with Kieran

Fridays 9 – 9:50 a.m. Mommy & Baby Fitness with Kieran

Saturdays 8:30 – 10:00 a.m. Yoga for Feet, Ankles, and Knees–Great for Runners! (No class 2/2/19)

Yoga Pricing
Single class: $17
Book of 10 classes: $150 (Can be shared within a family)
Private Lessons: Please inquire

Pre & Post Natal Fitness Pricing
Single class: $15
Book of 8 classes: $96


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Class Descriptions

Rope Yoga
Rope yoga (yoga kurunta) is a safe and fun compliment to your yoga practice. The rope wall is a stable support that increases freedom of movement in the spine, shoulders, and hips. We also use it to help improve your physical alignment in the poses.
Beginners welcome!

Click here to see a demonstration video
of poses on the rope wall.

Restorative & Pranayama
This class consists of gentle, supported poses geared toward deep relaxation, followed by guided breath work. This class is perfect for anyone looking to restore their energy or cultivate deep meditation.

Hips & Core Strength Yoga
This class includes poses to stabilize and strengthen the abdominal, pelvic, and low back muscles. We will also release tension in the hips and hamstrings to prevent strain on the knees and back. Healthy abdominal and pelvic muscles also aid in deep breathing, which reduces stress and soothes the nervous system.
There are variations in pelvic structures that limit hip range of motion in many individuals. We recognize this and practice safely.

Prenatal Fitness
Great for all those preparing for pregnancy and expecting all the way up to the day you deliver! Learn the do’s and don’t of exercise during pregnancy and why exercise is such an integral part of a healthy pregnancy plan. Classes will go through diaphragmatic breath work, safe core strengthening, pelvic floor health, functional training, and birth training. For baby, prenatal training can relate to increased nutrients to the placenta and increased detox from the placenta, fewer fetal interventions, fewer fetal affected complications, and enhanced abilities before and after birth for child throughout their entire life. For Mom, prenatal training can relate to less pregnancy weight gain, fewer pregnancy discomforts (low back pain, pelvic pain, hip pain, etc.), decreased stretch marks and varicose veins, decreased risk of interventions and pain relief in labor, and less time spent in labor. Any and all options will be provided to meet your needs and goals. Join us and other Mamas each week for a new fun and educational group exercise class that will leave you inspired and confident in your pregnancy journey!

Mommy & Baby Fitness
Come spend time with other Mamas and babies during this fun and physical postnatal fitness class. Areas of focus will be on the core, pelvic floor, diastasis recti, and c-section rehab. Classes will go through breath work, belly training, functional training, imagery techniques, and flexibility training. The Mommy & Baby Postnatal Fitness class will help Mom connect to baby while re-establishing her global kinetic chain and rehabbing the pelvic floor and core. This class will help Mom safely workout towards her goals and mentally prepare for new challenges ahead. Any and all options will be provided to meet your needs and goals. Age limitations: 6 weeks – 12 months (classes are designed for immobile babies and/or crawlers).

Introduction to Yoga
Learn the fundamental principles of alignment in standing poses, forward bends, backbends, and inversions. We will practice working with the breath as a tool to maintain steady energy levels, and learn some foundational yoga philosophy.

Shoulders and Spine Yoga
Poor posture in the upper back is the precursor for pain in the neck, low back, and rotator cuff areas. It also promotes shallow breathing, which results in high blood pressure, poor digestion, and decreased immune function.
This class will help you keep your back and shoulders healthy for a vibrant, pain-free life!

Yoga for Feet, Ankles, and Knees (Great for Runners!)
This class is for teens and adults who are seeking to prevent ankle, knee, and hip injuries. Yoga practice creates a balance of strength and flexibility for peak performance and injury prevention. Learn the best stretches before and after running to keep a healthy balance of mobility and stability in the leg and hip joints.
Leave class feeling refreshed and alive!

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