Vinyasa, which translates from Sanskrit to “flow” or “to move in a special way,” emphasizes the synergy between breath and movement.
Yin yoga is a deep , quiet, and contemplative practice of awareness and stillness where you will explore the more subtle layers of the body and breath.
Flow-Based Hatha Yoga uses postures (asana) and conscious breathing (pranayama) together to produce a "flow" of postures that lead from...
Expect a rigorous, fast paced, make-you-sweat practice. This is a strong vinyasa based class with continuous movement where students flow...
A little flow, a deep stretch and an extended savasana+guided deep sleep meditation.....Ou Lunar Flow class is the perfect way to end your Monday.
This 75-minute all level class is ALL about mindfulness. Class begins with a 60-minute flow focusing on mindful, strong, fluid movement of body and breath.
Restorative Yoga: Drop into a state of bliss, pure relaxation and complete peace! We’ll utilize props to support the body in postures...
Roll your way out of bed with an invigorating practice to wake you up and set the pace for your day. The Rise+Shine classes typically include...
Slower is stronger! Slow Flow Yoga is designed to cultivate awareness and alignment of body, mind and heart by linking breath with movement.
This blissful practice will integrate the nurturing relaxing and healing power of Restorative Yoga postures all while being bathed in the energy cleansing vibrations
Stoke your Saturday with an invigorating early morning wake up call of yoga! Room temperature set to 83 degrees.
This class can provide you with a practice that starts with deep, introspective, and quiet yoga that evolves into an energizing and uplifting flow sequence
Black Sheep Yoga and Be Well Yoga for Cancer Recovery are honored to offer this donation-based weekly yoga class....
A consistent yoga practice decreases blood pressure through better circulation and oxygenation of the body.
A slower pulse rate indicates that your heart is strong enough to pump more blood with fewer beats. Regularly practicing yoga provides a lower pulse rate.
Yoga improves blood circulation. By transporting nutrients and oxygen throughout your body, yoga practice provides healthier organs, skin, and brain.
Like the circulatory system, a lower respiratory rate indicates that the lungs are working more efficiently. Yoga decreases the respiratory rate through a combination of controlled breathing exercises and better fitness.
A combination of lower heart rate and improved oxygenation to the body (both benefits of yoga) results in higher cardiovascular.
Yoga practice massages internal organs, thus improving the ability of the body to prevent disease. Additionally, an experienced yoga practitioner becomes better attuned to her body to know at first sign if something isn’t functioning properly, thereby allowing for quicker response to head off disease.
Gastrointestinal functions have been shown to improve in both men and women who practice yoga.
Yoga practice has frequently been correlated with a stronger immune system
Pain tolerance is much higher among those who practice yoga regularly. In addition to pain tolerance, some instances of chronic pain, such as back pain, are lessened or eliminated through yoga.
Having a balanced metabolism results in maintaining a healthy weight and controlling hunger. Consistent yoga practice helps find the balance and creates a more efficient metabolism.