Hot Yoga, which is suitable for all ages and levels of ability, consists of a set number and sequence of poses that are practiced in a room maintained at a temperature of at least 105° Fahrenheit and 40 – 50 percent humidity. Postures are held for specific time periods and there are no sun salutations, which makes it an ideal alternative for those recovering from wrist or shoulder issues. This therapeutic and invigorating practice is a full body workout that not only aids in releasing toxins from the body while stretching and strengthening muscles, but which improves circulation and mobility of joints.
Warm Align (Beginner/Intermediate)
A slower and more subdued version of the Gentle Flow class, the main focus of Warm Align is proper alignment. This class is ideal for both beginners seeking to learn the fundamentals and intermediate students seeking a more low-tempo class for an easeful opening. Variations on the sun salutations may be practiced but some of the more intermediate and advanced poses will not be offered. A room temperature of 95° – 100° Fahrenheit is maintained to aid in loosening tight muscles and the use of props is encouraged to obtain optimal alignment.
Gentle Flow (Intermediate)
Geared towards students seeking a gentle approach to Vinyasa yoga, Gentle Flow links poses to breath to reveal body awareness through a slower but fluid sequence. Beginners are encouraged to utilize modifications in poses while intermediate and advanced students are offered more challenging variations on poses. Practiced at a temperature of 95° – 100° Fahrenheit, individuals are open to practice at an intensity of their own specific ability and will find a sense of balance and revitalization through the process.
Vinyasa is a dynamic type of yoga that links breath with movement and follows a progressive flow of one posture to the next. Sequences may consist of sun salutations, forward bends, backbends, twists, inversions and arm balances. Practiced in a room maintained at 95° – 100° Fahrenheit, this challenging sequence of poses helps to build strength, flexibility, endurance and body awareness. Prior yoga experience is highly recommended for this class, as it is led at a quicker pace and may include intermediate to advanced level poses.
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The beauty of yoga is that it can help one to achieve balance, both physical and mental. Whether you are strong but inflexible or limber but weak, practicing yoga can help your body develop that which it is lacking. If you are feeling a lethargic tendency or conversely a tumultuous energy, yoga can serve as a means of energizing or calming yourself. The physical postures, or asanas, may transform one’s body, but the overall practice of yoga may also transform one’s mind. “Health is a state of complete harmony of the body, mind and spirit. When one is free from physical disabilities and mental distractions, the gates of the soul open.” – B.K.S. Iyengar.
Stress & anxiety reduction
Increased lung capacity
Decreased muscle/joint pain
“Penetration of our mind is our goal, but in the beginning to set things in motion, there is no substitute for sweat.” – B.K.S. Iyengar
Yoga originated in India, where it was practiced in temperatures that reached and surpassed 100° Fahrenheit.
In keeping with tradition the room is heated, which makes muscles more elastic and less susceptible to injury. This allows for both a safer and deeper practice. An added benefit of the heat is that it promotes perspiration, which allows for detoxification of impurities from the body. Asides from detoxification, both the cardiovascular and immune systems get a boost that results in improved blood flow and oxygen movement to the body’s cells and an increase in white blood cell production.
Yoga originated in India, where it was practiced in temperatures that reached and surpassed 100° Fahrenheit. In keeping with tradition the room is heated, which makes muscles more elastic and less susceptible to injury. This allows for both a safer and deeper practice. An added benefit of the heat is that it promotes perspiration, which allows for detoxification of impurities from the body. Asides from detoxification, both the cardiovascular and immune systems get a boost that results in improved blood flow and oxygen movement to the body’s cells and an increase in white blood cell production.