Vinyasa Yoga | Vinyasa is a practice that synchronizes breath and movement. The length of each inhalation or exhalation determines the length of time spent moving (or “flowing”) from one posture into another. Some postures are held for longer periods of time (three, five, or even ten breaths) to allow for improved endurance, strength, and flexibility.
Power-Vinyasa Yoga | Power-Vinyasa adds to the the heat-building principles of vinyasa yoga. Based on methods developed by Beryl Bender Birch and Baron Baptiste, this style is vigorous and detoxifying; it quickly builds strength, stamina, and focus.
Gentle Flow Yoga | Gentle Flow is another vinyasa-based practice often centered around cooler, lunar energy. The practice honors tranquility and invites free-form movement. Inspired by Shiva Rea’s “moon salutations,” gentle flow can be used to counter-balance the chaos of our sometimes overactive lifestyles and is a great way to round out an otherwise powerful, solar practice.
Yin Yoga | Yin promotes a still body and mind. The practice focuses on floor postures, often held for several minutes to allow for opening in the body’s joints and deep connective tissues. A highly meditative style, yin cultivates awareness and inner silence and serves as an excellent complement to more active forms of yoga.