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Starts Friday, Feb. 16th at 5:30
February 16, 5:30pm
Gentle Barre with Isabel
Geared to beginners, the “life experienced”, and those with limitations, this gentle ballet-inspired class will target the core, arms, legs, glutes, and back as we move to the music. We’ll work to improve our flexibility and, with the help of soft light hand-weights, we’ll also work to strengthen and tone.
Also known as yogic sleep or sleep with awareness, Yoga Nidra is an ancient practice that is rapidly gaining popularity in the West. It is intended to induce full-body relaxation and a deep meditative state of consciousness. Yoga nidra offers a space to explore what you need in the moment, as well as an opportunity to work on releasing long-held emotions. During yoga nidra you are able to experience an emotion and come “face to face” with what you want to overcome, without “diving into it” completely—meaning without feeling the emotion so completely that you become overwhelmed. Beneftis include better sleep, increased focus, energy, awareness and decreased levels of anxiety.
This class includes chanting, mantras, yoga poses and sequences to enhance your life. Deanne’s approachable teaching style gives you reasons behind what you are doing – lending a depth and purpose to your practice.
Limited to 8 students, this is a full-on restorative class designed to help you reconnect with that cool, calm and collected part of yourself that you know is in there. Using bolsters. blocks and blankets we will support the body in three nourishing poses, We stay in each pose for 10 to 20 minutes allowing your body and your mind to sink into a deep state of relaxation.
Haven’t been able to make to Lisa’s TYP (Tai Chi, Yoga, Pilates) class Tuesdaymornings? Here is your chance for a full body workout, awesome music, Lisa’s inspiring teaching all rolled into one great class!
Limited to 8 people, join me for an exploration into inversions. We will warm up our bodies with a flow practice before taking a deep dive into some popular inversions including, but not limited to; headstand, shoulder stand, plow, wheel and crow. Learn the simple ways to break down these postures, allowing you an opportunity to get into them safely and easily.”