Come take a class in our newly renovated downstairs studio! The entrance is located on the North side of the building through the courtyard.
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Yoga & Movement Class Rates
Single Class : $10
Single Class : $15
Single Package : $50
Couples Package : $60
Small Group (3-6 people) : $75 – $150
Medium Group (7-10 people) : $140 : $200
Large Group (10+ people) : $150+
Yoga & Movement Class Descriptions
Prana Flow will energize the body by connecting breath with movement, allowing the mind to calm while mindfully flowing through poses guided by the breath. Hatha is there to help open the energy centers in the body, increasing optimal vitality, balance, and awareness throughout the body from head to toes.
This class is designed to help bring flexibility, strength and alignment back to the individual who is recovering from illness and or injury. In this class we will work to restore harmony to the body, prana and mind, creating well-being on all levels. This class is perfect for both serious practitioners and sincere beginners.
Begin the day with an invigorating & energizing flowing series of dynamic postures designed to physically and mentally awaken your body and mind. Using a Vinyasa format with extra focus on standing and heart opening postures to give you a powerful start to your day!
This all levels practice is based on the Ashtanga Primary Series with emphasis on breath,
proper alignment and movement between postures. Variations will be taught, and props are
available to increase accessibility to postures. Strengthen, stretch and relax the body to begin
the week right!
This all levels practice is a great way to unwind your body and mind before heading in to the weekend. This mindful practice of sun salutations, slow flows, and reflected suggestions will help you open to bodily awareness as well as reduce stress. This practice includes a 15 minute guided mediation.
All living organisms give off a bioelectric field. It is believed that a Qigong healer can detect these fields, as well as their imbalances. The goal of Qigong is to correct the imbalances that have accumulated throughout a person’s lifetime. Imbalances occur from deep-seated emotions (stress, anger, anxiety, depression, grief, etc.), trauma or injury, improper diet, excessive sexual activity, lack of exercise, etc. Imbalances may also be acquired from our parents (both constitutional and emotional).Qigong practitioners believe the Qi that course through our entire being must flow properly, like a river. If there is a block, Qi becomes stagnant and prevents other parts of the body from being nourished. If the Qi flows too rapidly, it causes degeneration or exhaustion of the internal organs. The practice of Qigong helps to balance these energies: filling deficiencies and removing excess.Practicing Qigong and receiving Qigong healing activates acupuncture points, meridians, and organ systems, according to Traditional Chinese Medicine. Therefore, practicing and receiving Qigong is similar to a powerful acupuncture treatment. Qigong also likely works in the same manner as other physical exercise to relieve emotional stress.
*more information available at https://www.takingcharge.csh.umn.edu/qigong
Benefits of Yoga Practice
Increased muscle strength and tone
Improved respiration, energy and vitality
Cardio and circulatory health
Improved athletic performance
Protection from injury