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    This class can be used as a stand alone class before or to relax anytime. It can be added to any one of your more active practices or activities like running to get a deep stretch and balance your energy

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

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    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.

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    Sometimes there is a lot of activity in our lives. How do we find our center when our world is moving very fast? This practice aims to bring you to a place you can really ground from and move from this place to stillness.

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    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. 

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    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. 

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    This class is wonderful when you are feeling disconnected from your center due to the craziness of everyday life. We will start by connecting to our core and then use that to transition through a soft flow that will leave feeling refreshed and renewed by the end of class. Well-rounded to give you just a little bit of what you need, in our to feel great like you deserve.

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    Want to work on your posture? Free up more space in your spine? At the same time create more strenght? This is a great class to slowly build this type of strenght and flexibility while seizing the moment to get most out of every moment of your life.

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    A solid flow with some deeper poses, this sequence focuses on alignment and safely opening the body from head to toe. It is a good class for people looking to improve their yoga fundamentals and explore mindfulness in movement.

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    What may appear simple is in actuality a deep and controlled practice that sets you up for all levels of Pilates. This flexion-less class opens the front of the body while strengthening the side and back body. This is great for beginner's to obtain clarity for body placement and alignment as well as seasoned practitioners to go back to basics and review the foundations.
    "It's in simplicity where depth comes" Rael Isacowitz

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