Class Schedule

Oct
22
Sun
Yin with Yoga Nidra ~ Kristine Keegan
Oct 22 @ 6:00 pm – 7:10 pm
Yin with Yoga Nidra ~ Kristine Keegan

 

Instructor: Kristine Keagan

Yin with Yoga Nidra

Join Kristine for this combo Yin / Yoga Nidra class as she leads you through the perfect combination of asana / postures, closing with a restorative Yoga Nidra.  Begin your Yin practice by holding poses for 3-5 minutes.  The stillness of the longer holds helps you to tune in and connect you to your physical body.  By holding poses for 3-5 minutes, you target those deeper connective tissues and tendons, cultivating space in your body for greater mobility in your joints and enhancing flexibility.

By finding stillness in your body, you start to cultivate stillness in your breath which lends itself to stillness of the mind.

When you arrive at your 5 minute guided meditation/Yoga Nidra, you are primed for it!. Yoga Nidra and Meditation have an amazing array of benefits for body, mind and spirit.

If you have always wondered what Yoga Nidra is, this is the class for you!

All levels welcome!

 

Oct
27
Fri
Yin Yoga: Creating Space with Andrea Gleason
Oct 27 @ 9:00 am – 10:30 am
Yin Yoga: Creating Space with Andrea Gleason

Instructor: Andrea Gleason

Yin Yoga is a perfect complement to the dynamic and muscular (yang) styles of yoga that emphasize internal heat, and the lengthening and strengthening of our muscles.

Yin Yoga targets the connective tissues, such as the ligaments, bones, and even the joints of the body that normally are not exercised very much in a more active style like Vinyasa. Yin exercise strengthens, lengthens, and hydrates our these deeper, dense Yin tissues in the lower back, legs, hips, pelvis, and spine, keeping our bodies flexible and mobile. Postures are seated and supine and may make use of the wall.

While initially this style of yoga can seem quite, passive, or soft, yin practice can actually be quite challenging due to the long duration of the poses. You may remain in the postures anywhere from 1 to 8 minutes! Yin and yang tissues respond quite differently to being exercised. You need to experience this to really know what Yin Yoga is all about.

“It is the balancing practice for your yang style of yoga”

 

Oct
29
Sun
Yin with Yoga Nidra ~ Kristine Keegan
Oct 29 @ 6:00 pm – 7:10 pm
Yin with Yoga Nidra ~ Kristine Keegan

 

Instructor: Kristine Keagan

Yin with Yoga Nidra

Join Kristine for this combo Yin / Yoga Nidra class as she leads you through the perfect combination of asana / postures, closing with a restorative Yoga Nidra.  Begin your Yin practice by holding poses for 3-5 minutes.  The stillness of the longer holds helps you to tune in and connect you to your physical body.  By holding poses for 3-5 minutes, you target those deeper connective tissues and tendons, cultivating space in your body for greater mobility in your joints and enhancing flexibility.

By finding stillness in your body, you start to cultivate stillness in your breath which lends itself to stillness of the mind.

When you arrive at your 5 minute guided meditation/Yoga Nidra, you are primed for it!. Yoga Nidra and Meditation have an amazing array of benefits for body, mind and spirit.

If you have always wondered what Yoga Nidra is, this is the class for you!

All levels welcome!

 

Nov
3
Fri
Yin Yoga: Creating Space with Andrea Gleason
Nov 3 @ 9:00 am – 10:30 am
Yin Yoga: Creating Space with Andrea Gleason

Instructor: Andrea Gleason

Yin Yoga is a perfect complement to the dynamic and muscular (yang) styles of yoga that emphasize internal heat, and the lengthening and strengthening of our muscles.

Yin Yoga targets the connective tissues, such as the ligaments, bones, and even the joints of the body that normally are not exercised very much in a more active style like Vinyasa. Yin exercise strengthens, lengthens, and hydrates our these deeper, dense Yin tissues in the lower back, legs, hips, pelvis, and spine, keeping our bodies flexible and mobile. Postures are seated and supine and may make use of the wall.

While initially this style of yoga can seem quite, passive, or soft, yin practice can actually be quite challenging due to the long duration of the poses. You may remain in the postures anywhere from 1 to 8 minutes! Yin and yang tissues respond quite differently to being exercised. You need to experience this to really know what Yin Yoga is all about.

“It is the balancing practice for your yang style of yoga”

 

Nov
5
Sun
Yin with Yoga Nidra ~ Kristine Keegan
Nov 5 @ 6:00 pm – 7:10 pm
Yin with Yoga Nidra ~ Kristine Keegan

 

Instructor: Kristine Keagan

Yin with Yoga Nidra

Join Kristine for this combo Yin / Yoga Nidra class as she leads you through the perfect combination of asana / postures, closing with a restorative Yoga Nidra.  Begin your Yin practice by holding poses for 3-5 minutes.  The stillness of the longer holds helps you to tune in and connect you to your physical body.  By holding poses for 3-5 minutes, you target those deeper connective tissues and tendons, cultivating space in your body for greater mobility in your joints and enhancing flexibility.

By finding stillness in your body, you start to cultivate stillness in your breath which lends itself to stillness of the mind.

When you arrive at your 5 minute guided meditation/Yoga Nidra, you are primed for it!. Yoga Nidra and Meditation have an amazing array of benefits for body, mind and spirit.

If you have always wondered what Yoga Nidra is, this is the class for you!

All levels welcome!

 

Nov
10
Fri
Yin Yoga: Creating Space with Andrea Gleason
Nov 10 @ 9:00 am – 10:30 am
Yin Yoga: Creating Space with Andrea Gleason

Instructor: Andrea Gleason

Yin Yoga is a perfect complement to the dynamic and muscular (yang) styles of yoga that emphasize internal heat, and the lengthening and strengthening of our muscles.

Yin Yoga targets the connective tissues, such as the ligaments, bones, and even the joints of the body that normally are not exercised very much in a more active style like Vinyasa. Yin exercise strengthens, lengthens, and hydrates our these deeper, dense Yin tissues in the lower back, legs, hips, pelvis, and spine, keeping our bodies flexible and mobile. Postures are seated and supine and may make use of the wall.

While initially this style of yoga can seem quite, passive, or soft, yin practice can actually be quite challenging due to the long duration of the poses. You may remain in the postures anywhere from 1 to 8 minutes! Yin and yang tissues respond quite differently to being exercised. You need to experience this to really know what Yin Yoga is all about.

“It is the balancing practice for your yang style of yoga”

 

Nov
12
Sun
Yin with Yoga Nidra ~ Kristine Keegan
Nov 12 @ 6:00 pm – 7:10 pm
Yin with Yoga Nidra ~ Kristine Keegan

 

Instructor: Kristine Keagan

Yin with Yoga Nidra

Join Kristine for this combo Yin / Yoga Nidra class as she leads you through the perfect combination of asana / postures, closing with a restorative Yoga Nidra.  Begin your Yin practice by holding poses for 3-5 minutes.  The stillness of the longer holds helps you to tune in and connect you to your physical body.  By holding poses for 3-5 minutes, you target those deeper connective tissues and tendons, cultivating space in your body for greater mobility in your joints and enhancing flexibility.

By finding stillness in your body, you start to cultivate stillness in your breath which lends itself to stillness of the mind.

When you arrive at your 5 minute guided meditation/Yoga Nidra, you are primed for it!. Yoga Nidra and Meditation have an amazing array of benefits for body, mind and spirit.

If you have always wondered what Yoga Nidra is, this is the class for you!

All levels welcome!

 

Nov
17
Fri
Yin Yoga: Creating Space with Andrea Gleason
Nov 17 @ 9:00 am – 10:30 am
Yin Yoga: Creating Space with Andrea Gleason

Instructor: Andrea Gleason

Yin Yoga is a perfect complement to the dynamic and muscular (yang) styles of yoga that emphasize internal heat, and the lengthening and strengthening of our muscles.

Yin Yoga targets the connective tissues, such as the ligaments, bones, and even the joints of the body that normally are not exercised very much in a more active style like Vinyasa. Yin exercise strengthens, lengthens, and hydrates our these deeper, dense Yin tissues in the lower back, legs, hips, pelvis, and spine, keeping our bodies flexible and mobile. Postures are seated and supine and may make use of the wall.

While initially this style of yoga can seem quite, passive, or soft, yin practice can actually be quite challenging due to the long duration of the poses. You may remain in the postures anywhere from 1 to 8 minutes! Yin and yang tissues respond quite differently to being exercised. You need to experience this to really know what Yin Yoga is all about.

“It is the balancing practice for your yang style of yoga”

 

Nov
19
Sun
Yin with Yoga Nidra ~ Kristine Keegan
Nov 19 @ 6:00 pm – 7:10 pm
Yin with Yoga Nidra ~ Kristine Keegan

 

Instructor: Kristine Keagan

Yin with Yoga Nidra

Join Kristine for this combo Yin / Yoga Nidra class as she leads you through the perfect combination of asana / postures, closing with a restorative Yoga Nidra.  Begin your Yin practice by holding poses for 3-5 minutes.  The stillness of the longer holds helps you to tune in and connect you to your physical body.  By holding poses for 3-5 minutes, you target those deeper connective tissues and tendons, cultivating space in your body for greater mobility in your joints and enhancing flexibility.

By finding stillness in your body, you start to cultivate stillness in your breath which lends itself to stillness of the mind.

When you arrive at your 5 minute guided meditation/Yoga Nidra, you are primed for it!. Yoga Nidra and Meditation have an amazing array of benefits for body, mind and spirit.

If you have always wondered what Yoga Nidra is, this is the class for you!

All levels welcome!

 

Nov
24
Fri
Yin Yoga: Creating Space with Andrea Gleason
Nov 24 @ 9:00 am – 10:30 am
Yin Yoga: Creating Space with Andrea Gleason

Instructor: Andrea Gleason

Yin Yoga is a perfect complement to the dynamic and muscular (yang) styles of yoga that emphasize internal heat, and the lengthening and strengthening of our muscles.

Yin Yoga targets the connective tissues, such as the ligaments, bones, and even the joints of the body that normally are not exercised very much in a more active style like Vinyasa. Yin exercise strengthens, lengthens, and hydrates our these deeper, dense Yin tissues in the lower back, legs, hips, pelvis, and spine, keeping our bodies flexible and mobile. Postures are seated and supine and may make use of the wall.

While initially this style of yoga can seem quite, passive, or soft, yin practice can actually be quite challenging due to the long duration of the poses. You may remain in the postures anywhere from 1 to 8 minutes! Yin and yang tissues respond quite differently to being exercised. You need to experience this to really know what Yin Yoga is all about.

“It is the balancing practice for your yang style of yoga”