Class Schedule & Course Descriptions

Fall 2017 Session September 20-December 23

No classes November 22-23 for Thanksgiving

No classes December 2 for the Christmas Parade

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Sunday
9:30-10:45
Elizabeth
11:15-12:45
Rita
1:15-2:30
Elizabeth
3:00-4:00
Meditation and Mindfulness*
Elizabeth
* Free Offering
4:30-5:30
Sheryl

Monday
9:30-10:45
Jan
12:00-1:00
Rosemary
2:00-3:15
Elizabeth
3:45-5:00
Elizabeth
5:30-6:45
Kristin/Elizabeth
7:45-9:00
Kim

Tuesday
5:30-7:00
Elizabeth
7:30-9:00
Kristin/Elizabeth

Wednesday
10:00-11:15
Stephanie
5:30-6:45
Elizabeth
7:15-8:45
Lisa

Thursday
10:15-11:30
Elizabeth
5:30-6:45
Jackie
7:15-8:30
Jackie
Saturday
8:30-9:45
Shernita
10:15-11:30
Amy
12:00-1:15
Amy


Progressive Yoga Series

Designed for beginners with no yoga experience, advanced practitioners and those whose practice is at a level between the two. This series creates a path for you to advance through your practice at whatever pace feels right to you, layering details and building strength and stamina along the way.

Yoga 1 (Beginner 1)
An introduction to the foundation poses of a beginning practice. Basic breathing techniques will also be introduced. The focus will be on understanding the fundamentals of standing poses and proper alignment. No experience necessary.

Yoga 1/2 (Beginner 2)
A continuation and reinforcement of Yoga 1, this class allows students to solidify their comfort with the poses learned in Yoga 1 and deepen their knowledge and understanding of the principles of alignment. The focus will be on increasing strength, stamina and flexibility in the Yoga 1 poses and introducing additional poses to be developed in Yoga 2. This class is appropriate for students who have had at least one session of Yoga 1 or who have studied other Yoga disciplines. This class is not appropriate for students with no prior experience.

Yoga 2 (Intermediate 1)
Students will further explore and refine the poses learned in Yoga 1 & Yoga 1/2. Additional seated poses, simple back bends, shoulder stand and more challenging standing and balance poses will be developed in this class. One session of Level 1 and Level 1/2 is recommended prior to taking this class to ensure a foundation practice has been established and students are comfortable adjusting poses for their particular body and experience level. Students will have the opportunity to explore at their own pace and comfort level, guided by their instructor. The overall curriculum of Yoga 2 is spread out over multiple sessions to allow for an in depth study of a particular series of poses. Experience required.

Yoga 2/3 (Intermediate 2)
This class is a continuation of Yoga 2. This class will begin with Yoga 2 poses and gradually move into preparation for Yoga 3 poses. The focus will be on developing upper body strength in preparation for Yoga 3. Students will learn headstand in this class and will begin to explore arm balance preparation. Students should be comfortable in Chaturanga and Up Dog in order to enroll in this class. A minimum of 3 sessions of Yoga 2 (or the equivalent) is recommended prior to taking this class. Permission of the instructor is required to enroll in this class.

Expand and Explore

Candlelight Restoratives
This gentle, deeply relaxing practice includes a variety of Yoga props that are used to fully and gently support the body in poses that help to restore tired, stressed bodies and minds. Students will learn breathing techniques to use at home and experience guided meditation in this practice. No experience necessary.

Chair Yoga
Aging presents specific challenges including retention of balance, strength, agility and flexibility. Beginning and maintaining a yoga practice can develop and sustain these areas of concern. Yoga is a practice that can begin at any stage of life and continue through every phase that follows. It is never too late to begin a Yoga practice and enjoy a substantial improvement in quality of life. Poses in this class will be adjusted to accommodate each students' current phase of wellness. Chairs and additional props will ease students into the Yoga practice that is right for them. No experience necessary.

Evening Mix
Get ready for the weekend with this fun but challenging approach to Yoga. This class is a great option for those who enjoy exploring new poses and approaches at a variety of levels of ability. Students will move through an engaging series that allows them to deepen their knowledge and expression of the poses at their own pace. Appropriate for students who have completed at least one session of Yoga 1/2.

Gentle Beginner
This class allows students to learn fundamental yoga poses while accommodating physical limitations and challenges. The primary focus will be on building strength and increasing joint range of motion and flexibility with an emphasis on warm-ups to provide greater access to the poses. Classes are modified to accommodate individual student needs. Appropriate for students with health and recovery concerns and those who are looking for a gentler approach to their practice. No experience necessary.

Gentle Yoga
Appropriate for students who have yoga experience, but need a gentler approach to their practice. Students are encouraged to embrace their practice wherever they are. Poses in this class will be adjusted to accommodate each students' current phase of wellness. Chairs and additional props will ease students into the Yoga practice that is right for them. This class is not appropriate for students with no yoga experience.

Kids Yoga
This playful session will introduce children 6-11 to the benefits of Yoga. Games and imagery will be used to make poses accessible to little yogis.

Meditation & Mindfulness
This hour each week will allow anyone interested to gather and explore the benefits of Meditation and Mindfulness. We will offer encouragement and guidance in creating and strengthening a regular meditation practice. Each session an exercise in mindful living will be offered for practice throughout the week and discussion the following session.

Mid-Week Mix
Designed for yoga students who enjoy a little more intensity in their practice. This mixed level class builds on classic Hatha poses with attention to anatomy and technical refinement of alignment. Class begins slowly to allow for warm up at all levels and then moves through poses that are held for longer periods to allow time for adjustments to alignment and building strength and flexibility. Class finishes with a deep relaxation, leaving you refreshed and energized. Appropriate for students who have completed at least one session of Yoga 1/2.

Shape Up Yoga
A flow-based class encouraging students to work with the breath while exploring and deepening poses. Each class will provide an opportunity to build strength, increase flexibility, and raise cardio levels. A minimum of 1 session of Yoga 1/2 or the equivalent and familiarity with Sun Salutations are required to enroll in this class.

Slow Flow
Start your week off on the right foot with this accessible Flow class. Learn to unite your breath with your movement and transition smoothly between poses in this dynamic class. Familiarity with Sun Salutes and completion of at least 1 session of Yoga 1/2 (or the equivalent is required for this class.

Yoga for Strength & Balance
A challenging class that will focus on building core and joint strength and stability. Many of the obstacles we face in our yoga practice are the result of an imbalance of strength and flexibility in muscle groups. Students will work to correct these imbalances to increase strength and improve balance and flexibility. Students will explore muscle groups from the feet up, with emphasis on hips, shoulders and core muscle groups. A minimum of 1 session of Yoga 1-2 and a familiarity with Sun Salutes are required for this class.

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