Students coordinate movement with breath to flow from one pose to the next. Classes are appropriate for beginners to advanced students.
While you're in the final resting post, Savasana, your teacher plays crystal sound bowls and other instruments to deepen your relaxation and open your heart.
What is Slow Flow Yoga?
In a typical Slow Flow class, you will practice about half the number of poses you might practice in a Flow class. The gentle pace highlights ease and calm in body and mind. We hold, stretch and breath poses for longer periods to allow for a mindful expression of them. If you have a busy mind and moving slowly is a challenge for you, these classes may be push your edges in a good way.
What does All Levels Yoga mean?
All yoga classes begin with a centering and a short meditation. The asanas (poses) awaken the body, increase the heart rate, and focuses the mind. Classes typically end with deep relaxation called Savasana or Resting Pose.
Classes may consist of playing music, chanting, or sharing an inspiring passage or poem to light up the heart. All levels can attend this class, and even the experienced student can find challenges by going deeper into the principles of the poses.
On this level all the asanas are explained in detail and adjustments are made. There is a focus on working with technique, basic poses, strength, and flexibility.
What is Vinyassa?
Weave physical movement, strength-building poses, and rhythmic breathing with an invigorating flow to open the body, mind, and heart. Flow classes introduce planks, twists, backbends, arm balances, and inversions. The pace is set at slow to moderate.