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Restorative Yoga is a form of yoga, relaxing in 4-6 asanas (poses) for 5-10min at a time, fully supported by props: bolsters, blankets and blocks which help achieve physical, mental and emotional peace.
Restorative yoga provides the ultimate experience to heal for both mind and body. It is often utilized by people who need to reduce stress and fatigue from their everyday lives. It can also aide in recovery from illness and injury, is great for marathon runners and assists in overcoming emotional depression and anxiety that are caused by traumatic events such as divorce, loss of job and death of a beloved. Combined with gentle Reiki energy and aromatherapy, it creates a beautiful and soothing practice <3
*It is recommended to dress in comfortable layers and wear socks.
Great for beginners or those with injuries, all levels are welcome in this calming, laid-back practice. Focusing on mainly floor poses, this class helps facilitate relaxation, mobility, and flexibility without straining the muscles and joints.
Yin Yoga is a form of yoga that focuses on stretching the deeper connective tissues of the body to allow for more profound healing, injury prevention, and stress relief. Yin Yoga consists of mostly passive poses on the floor, held for minutes at a time. Holding each pose for several minutes helps to relax the muscles, which brings length and strength to the tendons and ligaments around your joints, and lets energy flow more freely in your body. Each pose becomes a meditation in itself, so your mind and spirit are rejuvenated as well!
Chair Yoga / Office Yoga
How often are you stuck at your desk, in a chair, or on a train feeling the tension building up in your back, hips & shoulders? Chair Yoga can release tension from your spine, increase your muscle tone and flexibility, and give your organs a gentle detox with twisting motions. All this can be achieved by practicing yoga from the comfort of your very own office chair- we'll show you how!
Meditation & Pranayama / Breathing
If life has you anxious, tense and worried, consider beginning a meditation practice!
It's simple and inexpensive, and you can't do it wrong. You can practice anywhere - whether you're out for a walk, riding the bus, waiting at the doctor's office, or even in the middle of a difficult business meeting. Meditation, even if practiced for a few short minutes, can restore your mind and inner peace. Adding breathing techniques, or pranayama, to your practice can enhance it even more. We'll give you some helpful tips to start you on your journey.