Vinyasa

The word vinyasa comes from Sanskrit words Nyasa which means ‘to place’ and Vi ‘in a specific way’. Vinyasa style practices are based on the specifically sequenced flows. The practice resembles to a story, it has a theme/focus, an opening/introduction, a development towards the focus, and a closing parts. It has either a peak pose where the practice progresses towards, or a focus theme, which the practice builds around. Vinyasa is a vigorous flowing practice, based on the proper alignment and breath/movement connection. Practice, while helping the body to become stronger, more flexible and in balance, mentally as the breath/movement connection progresses, the mind becomes calmer, clearer, more focused.

Select An Instructor
Select A Use
Select a Level
Select a Duration
Show On The Go Videos
  •  

    This class is excellent to work core muscles to gain more understanding of work in your hips. Feel some new muscles working and stretching in this fun class

  •  

    In this practice, the theme is focused around the physicality of deepening the Gomukhasana, Cow Face pose.

    The focus will be on two elements of the pose; Crossing the legs on top of each other while opening the back of the pelvis, and opening the shoulders and arms to come into the full expression of the pose.

  •  

    We use our hands & feet all day, but do very little to take care of them. This classes uses new techniques to bring range of motion back into these areas of the body and incorporates them into a great total body flow. Perfect class if you have been at the desk too long or standing too much

  •  

    Try a totally new pose! We start warming by feet and hands to get rid of work related stress then move into nice backbends to create a wonderful feeling fron head to toes.

  •  

    This practice focuses on opening the shoulders, chest and creating more space and mobility around the area.

  •  

    Like anything else in life, there is a natural progression to the way things evolve. Today we will be more through the hips in a way that lets the pelvic region unfold properly to then access the hamstrings at a very deep level

  •  

    We don't pay a lot of attention to our neck areas unless we have a problem. Either physical neck pain or being unable to express ourselves fully, use this class to access to your inner voice.

  •  

    Self Love and Metta Meditation

    Life can close us down both physically and emotionally. Using a Loving-Kindness meditation from Buddhist tradition one of loving yourself and others. Use this practice to gain flexibility but also strength. 

  •  

    Use your whole mat, moving fluidly, like water to get unto all those little spaces we forget about, strong, smooth as you round out your rough edges. 

  •  

    No matter what your practice is like (advanced or beginner) we all tend to forget about our side body. This short & sweet class takes you right into your side body over and over again to help release your entire spine. Great if you are looking for low back relief.