“Which Class Should I Take?” Check out this Guide:

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  • WHICH CLASSES ARE BEST FOR GETTING A GREAT WORKOUT?

For those of you who like to get your sweat on, try these:

  1. PiYo with Chaelyn Wielkie
  2. Barre Fitness with Kim Powell
  3. Stability Ball Sculpt with Kim Powell
  4. Candlelight Flow with Lynda Sandoval
  5. Hot Vinyasa Flow with Lynda Sandoval
  • WHICH CLASSES FOCUS ON A RELAXING MIND/BODY COMPONENT?

If you want to focus on breathing, a meditative atmosphere, AND an accessible (but still challenging, in the best way) practice, try these classes:

  1. Hatha Yoga with Cat Pratt
  2. Vinyasa Flow with Susan Murphy
  3. Traditional 26-posture Hot Yoga with Lynda Sandoval
  4. Hot Yoga Slow Flow with Lynda Sandoval
  5. Gentle Yoga with Lynda Sandoval
  • WHICH CLASSES ARE APPROPRIATE FOR SENIORS?

Seniors, of course, are all individuals! But generally speaking, these classes would be appropriate for and accessible to seniors and others who may have movement challenges:

  1. Chair Yoga with Lynda Sandoval
  2. Qi Gong with Tony Kozlowski
  3. Restorative Yoga with Lynda Sandoval
  4. Yoga Nidra with Lynda Sandoval
  5. Gentle Yoga with Lynda Sandoval
  • WHICH CLASSES PROVIDE DEEP STRETCHING, FOR ATHLETES AND OTHERS (like everybody)?
  1. Yin Yoga with Lynda Sandoval is the choice for a deep stretching practice. Yin focuses on the joints, fascia, and connective tissue of the body, rather than the muscles.
  • WHICH CLASSES ARE PURE RELAXATION, NO WORKOUT?
  1. Restorative Yoga with Lynda Sandoval
  2. Yoga Nidra with Lynda Sandoval
  • WHICH CLASSES ARE FOR BEGINNERS?

This is the question we get most often! Yoga is all about coming to the mat exactly as you are and starting from there. Therefore, you can start with ANY of our classes as a beginner, do what you can, modify as you grow stronger and improve. So rather than thinking of a “beginner class,” think about what style of exercise/movement you enjoy. If you like a flowing movement, almost like dance, try Vinyasa Flow, Candlelight Flow, Hot Vinyasa Flow, Hot Yoga Slow Flow, Qi Gong, PiYo. If you prefer to focus on one movement at a time, with less flow, try Traditional 26-posture Hot Yoga, Gentle Yoga, Hatha Yoga, Stability Ball Sculpt, Barre Fitness. If you are recovering from injury, illness, or grief, start with Restorative Yoga, Yoga Nidra, or Gentle Yoga.

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