Class Schedule and Descriptions

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2019 Summer 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 – 6:20 p.m. FunkyBump (previously prenatal fitness)

Wednesdays 5:45 – 7:00 p.m. (No “Intro to Yoga”–will resume in September)

Thursdays 8:30 – 9:30 a.m. Shoulders and Spine Yoga
Thursdays 5:30 – 6:20 p.m. FunkyBump (previously prenatal fitness)

Saturdays 9:00 – 9:50 a.m. FunkyMom (for pre & post-natal moms. Immobile babies welcome)

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: $18
Book of 8 classes: $120

Purchase a Yoga 10-Class Pass online




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.

FunkyBump (previously prenatal fitness)
Are you looking for an effective and challenging weekly workout designed specifically for your growing body and a chance to do so with other pregnant mamas? This is your class! Come join other local mamas for FunkyBump fitness (aka ladies night) with Functional Bump instructors Amanda and Kieran. Classes will start slow and end with high intensity interval training giving you the burn you have been looking for that will prepare you for your birth journey ahead. Classes are designed for women through all trimesters, even all the way up to your due date and are safe for those with diastasis recti, as healing and prevention of DR is a major focus during class! Not pregnant? No problem! Join us anyways for a fabulous workout and a chance to meet new friends. Mats and light dumbbells provided, feel free to bring your own as well. Any and all options will be provided to meet your needs and goals. Drop-ins welcome.

FunkyBaby (previously mommy+baby fitness)
Finally, a class where you can work out with your baby! Get stronger, increase endurance, be a positive role model, and bond with baby during this fun and physical fifty-minute exercise class. Mom will safely work out towards her goals and get in a great sweat while class focuses on core, functional, and flexibility training. Post birth consideration including weakened core and pelvic floor, abdominal separation, low back pain, neck tension, etc are all worked into class. Classes change week to week and you can choose to challenge yourself however you like whether advanced or beginner. This is a great opportunity to get out and meet other parents in an active, healthy environment. As you can bring baby, you can easily work this class into their schedule; it even works well during nap time! Please bring a blanket for your little one to lay on. Mats and light dumbbells will be provided. You can choose to bring your own if you wish. 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). Drop-ins welcome.

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!

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