Now offering live ONLINE Yoga Classes so you can practice in the comfort and safety of your own home.
Zoom Class Schedule:
*Suitable for all levels, including pre/postnatal
Chakra Balancing Yin Yoga
Mondays 6-7pm EST
Yoga Nidra Relaxation with Gentle Stretching
Tuesdays 6:30-7:15pm EST
These classes won't just be you alone in your living room! I will start out with a check-in and open the chat box in the beginning and end of the class.
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What is Yin Yoga?
Release deeply held tension in the connective tissue to relieve chronic pain, emotional stress and mental fatigue. Stretches are held longer (2 to 7 minutes) and in a supportive way to create a new kind of length in the body. This class will ease you into a meditative experience: deeply calm and in balance.
This practice is suitable for all levels and is highly beneficial to those with chronic injuries who want to heal fascia; athletes who want to balance out high-intensity training; pre/postnatal students who want to facilitate opening and healing to the connective tissues; trauma survivors who want to engage in a somatic practice to start to release repressed emotions; those who suffer from anxiety who want to learn tools for calming and grounding.
What is Yoga Nidra?
Yoga Nidra is an ancient meditation technique that uses guided relaxation to relax both the body and the mind. Yoga Nidra is suitable for anyone and has been proven to rejuvenate the body. 20 minutes of this type of relaxation is equivalent to almost 2 hours of deep, dreamless sleep.
Who can practice Pre/Postnatal Yoga?
This class is designed for women who are pregnant or postpartum who have been cleared by their doctor to practice yoga. This class is highly beneficial for toning and strengthening muscle and tissue to prepare the body for a safe childbirth. This class also aides in healing the connective tissue post-birth. The asanas and breathing practices used in this practice also help prepare a mother-to-be for labor and delivery.