Featuring a vigorous and creative sequence of flowing yoga poses, this class will improve endurance, strength, and flexibility. This sweaty flow will move fast while requiring precise control over body and breath. Recommended for students with yoga experience and a strong foundation in basic yoga poses.
A challenging flow, that focuses on building strength by slowing down, holding poses longer, and tuning in to subtle adjustments that allow you to go deeper into your practice. Recommended for students with some basic yoga experience.
A flowing yoga class with a moderate intensity, that is open to all levels. This class will build heat in the body by warming up with traditional sun-salutations, moving into basic standing and balancing postures, and finishing with deep stretches. The class will provide a balanced practice of strength and flexibility, and will offer props and modifications so that the class is suitable for all levels.
A slow, restful, and calming class that integrates deep breathing, gentle flowing movements, and passive and supported stretches. This class will offer some yoga flow basics, but will emphasize relaxing and restorative poses. This is a perfect for those who prefer a softer approach to yoga and looking to add a little calm into their day. Also appropriate for beginners and those working with injury or limited mobility.
This class is designed to help all athletes (runners, cyclists, strength trainers, etc.) improve their flexibility, balance, joint mobility, and breath awareness. Yoga props are used to release tight muscles and to assist in deepening the poses. Stretch Flow helps athletes bring balance to their bodies, minimizing their risk of injury, and restoring tight and overused muscles. This class is the perfect complement to any athletic training, however classifying oneself as an athlete is not required, this yoga is for anyone looking to get more mobile and supple.
The focus of this class is on being in balance, on the mat and in everyday. The slower sequence will give extra attention to balancing effort and ease, encouraging both awareness, and inquiry into your practice, balancing a strong body with an open heart. Many balancing poses are weaved into this flowing sequence to gain the strength, core control, and confidence to balance on one leg. Suitable for all levels.
Teen flow classes empower students to be agents of positive change in their own lives and in the world. These yoga classes help teens build confidence, strength, patience and compassion, while affirming their value, worth, and awesomeness. Teen classes also foster a supportive community among peers. This sequence encourages non-judgement as teens explore what props and modifications feel best for their body in each pose. Suitable for all levels
Dim the lights and begin your weekend with a fresh and engaging yoga flow set to the musical vinyl selections of your yoga teacher. This class will soothe the tired body and mind after a long week and shift your focus on fun and enjoyment for the weekend ahead. Make the most of each weekend by kicking it off with a yoga party flow. Suitable for all levels.
Iyengar yoga was developed by B.K.S. Iyengar. He modernized and redefined ancient yoga teachings into a system that speaks to our western minds and to our contemporary life. Timing, sequencing and alignment are the three major components of this system. This method develops one’s intelligence, awareness, health and spirituality. Suitable for all levels.
Yin is a slow-paced style of yoga that is focused on stretching and relaxing the muscles. We hold less poses for longer periods of time in order to go deeper into mind and body connection. This class will allow you to slow down from the hustle and bustle of everyday life to relax, reconnect, and recover. This class is 60 minutes and is for beginners to advance practitioners.
Fit In at The Fit Yoga...
Come practice with us. Reserve your spot online before class. We have a limited number of mats available for use. Bring a water bottle, we have filtered water. Parking is available behind the building, in the public lot next to the Monroe Street Library, or on nearby streets.