not suitable for pregnancy

Hot Yin

Yin Yoga is a slow paced class designed to specifically work the connective tissues of the body. This class consists of holding postures for several minutes to activate and work the fibers of your fascia matrix, ligamental structures and skeletal system. Yin yoga uniquely appeals to those who wish to increase their flexibility and range of motion as well as those interested in increasing bone density and strengthening joints. This class is suitable for athletes, those wishing to maintain or deepen their existing practice and those new to yoga. Hot Yin is offered at 38 degrees. Heated classes are not recommended for pregnant women or those sensitive to heat.

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Hot Flow

Hot flow includes the same benefits as a Hatha class (variety, stretch, strength, alignment and stimulation) with the added component of Sun Salutations and the extra challenge of 38 degrees. Sun Salutations, or flow, involve strength and stamina for the upper body, shoulders and spine as well as stimulation for the nervous system. This class builds heat in the body through vigorous movement and heat in the room. Expect to sweat. This class is suitable for those who wish to maintain and deepen their flow practice. Heated classes are not recommended for pregnant women, for children under 14 years of age or for those sensitive to heat.

Warm Flow

Warm flow includes the same benefits as a Hatha class (variety, stretch, strength, alignment and stimulation) with the added component of Sun Salutations and the extra challenge of 32 degrees. Sun Salutations, or flow, involve strength and stamina for the upper body, shoulders and spine as well as stimulation for the nervous system. This class builds heat in the body through vigorous movement and heat in the room. Expect to sweat. This class is suitable for those who wish to maintain and deepen their flow practice. Heated classes are not recommended for pregnant women, for children under 14 years of age or for those sensitive to heat.

Warm Yin Yang

Cultivating the essence of internal balance yin/yang combines the cool, slower elements of yin with the faster, heated elements of yang. Yin poses are held for several minutes while yang poses challenge through faster movement and flow. Yin/Yang is the balance of opposites; it combines the paradox of doing and being. Practitioners can expect a range of movements and postures to stimulate, cool, stretch and strengthen the body and by doing so bring harmony and internal balance to the body/mind. Warm Yin/Yang is practiced in 32 degrees and is suitable for new practitioners as well as those wishing to foster balance and harmony. Heated classes are not recommended for people under 14yrs or for pregnant women.