YOGA CLASSES All of the following classes are available by request for private group classes or one-on-one sessions at the day and time of your preference. One-on-one and private group sessions can take place at Samadhi Healing Arts Studio or one of our yoga teachers can be available at a location of your choice. To schedule yoga or find out more info please call (970) 445-8450 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Private 60 minute Yoga Session at Samadhi Healing Arts Studio (1-3 attendees) – $75 total Need an instructor for an event or an in-home class? A yoga teacher is also available for private group sessions at your location. Please call or email for rates and more information.
NEW! Andrea will be offering a monthly Aerial Yoga Workshop, which will be hosted by the Silverthorne Recreation Center. Turn your world upside down with this exciting and unique 90-minute class. Aerial yoga incorporates traditional yoga poses on the ground and in the air with the support of a low hanging soft fabric. No yoga experience is necessary and all levels are welcome to enjoy this new class. Please call the Silverthorne Recreation Center directly in order to get signed up: (970) 262-7370.
Upcoming Aerial Yoga Introduction Workshop dates: Wednesday, September 19th 6pm Saturday, September 22nd 10am Monday, October 8th 6pm Saturday, October 13th 10am Wednesday, November 7th 6pm Saturday, November 17th 10am Saturday, December 8th 10am Monday, December 10th 6pm
Andrea is only offering aerial yoga private sessions at Samadhi Healing Arts Studio. Private sessions are $75 for one person, and $90 total for 2 people. Please call Andrea at (970) 445-8450 or email email@example.com in order to schedule a private aerial yoga lesson.
YOGA STYLE DESCRIPTIONS:
-Ashtanga (8 limbs) Yoga consists of intense sequences which are designed to increase strength, flexibility, and endurance. A fast-paced flow of postures are synchronized with ujjayi breaths to invoke deep concentration. This deeply spiritual practice can cause positive live changes. -In Iyengar Yoga, the use of props (belts, blocks, chairs, blankets) are used to assist in performing postures correctly. There is very thorough attention to detail, as you focus on structural alignment. This method of practice is perfect for students with physical restrictions or challenges. Iyengar Yoga is very beneficial for anyone in need of physical therapy, as it emphasizes in increasing circulation, mobility, stability, and general vitality. -If you are looking for a more passive yoga class that targets your body’s ligaments and connective tissues, while strengthening your heart and mind – then Yin Yoga might be for you. Yin yoga is a calming style of yoga that consists of long held poses and slow transitions. It can dramatically improve Chi (energy) flow. The peaceful practice of Yin Yoga will leave you feeling centered, balanced, and whole. -Are you an expecting, mother-to-be? Prenatal Yoga has a wide range of benefits that prepare you for labor and promote your baby’s health. Increase the strength, flexibility and endurance of muscles needed for childbirth through asanas (poses). Prenatal pranayama (yogic breathing techniques) may help you reduce or manage shortness of breath during pregnancy and work through contractions during labor. Yoga during pregnancy can decrease the risk of preterm labor, pregnancy-induced hypertension and intrauterine growth restriction — a condition that slows a baby’s growth. -Yoga for Skiers and Snowboarders! This class features yoga poses specifically modified for skiers and snowboarders. It’s purpose is to help improve your performance by establishing better stability on the board/skis, increasing your flexibility, and strengthening your core and lower body muscles. Yoga can also reduce your chances of physical injury in the sport. -Are you into CrossFit or weightlifting and looking to improve your posture and technique? Most people assume that an intense Crossfit class is the polar opposite of a calming yoga session, but research shows that you are likely to benefit more from your WOD, when it is combined with stretching and mobility work. Our Yogafitness class will help you develop body awareness with your lifts and movements to feel when your elbows are high and outside, or your overhead position is strong and locked out. Superb structural alignment and proper respiration are vital to your CrossFit workout and yoga will assist in achieving these qualities. It will open your chest and shoulders (necessary for quality overhead work), give you a solid deadlift stance, and intensify wrist and grip strength. Through Yoga, CrossFitters can grow stronger physically and mentally, ultimately leading to better performance results, speedier recovery and safer movements. -Can’t decide between a yoga and pilates class? Yogalates creates a fusion of the ideals focused on in both classes. It combines thorough corework and intensive strength-conditioning with essential aspects of yoga like proper breathing, flexibility, and balance. The techniques are blended without detracting from the benefits that Yoga and Pilates offer separately. The integration of the two offer a very balanced synergy. During both the mind is very focused on fundamentals and structure. We gradually ease from the more meditative, peaceful sequences of yoga into a more extreme, fast-paced series of Pilates exercises. Namaste.
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