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Morning Vinyasa is a yoga practice with a focus on unifying the breath, body and mind. Haylee's class focuses on transitions from one place to another. The class guides the individuals discovery of the postures and provides various focus points to engage throughout the practice. This, in turn, can reveal how our body's wisdom on the mat reflects our life. This class is fused with elements from dance, pilates, gyro, and franklin method to allow for a dynamic and fluid flow.
Yoga and Meditation. This class begins with a half hour of mindful movement exploration to begin waking up our senses and open our energetic body. After we flow through our bodies the class will slow down as we enter our guided meditation. This class will often have guest teachers so that we can experience and play with various forms of meditation to find which serves each individual best. We will always close with a short optional sharing of our experience.
Gentle Flow is a softer practice with an emphasis on our mind/body experience as we move on our mat. We will find our heat through inner muscular engagement and use of props rather than holding the weight of the body. The class follows an arch, beginning and ending on the mat.
Kundalini Yoga, as taught by Yogi Bhajan, derives its' name through a focus on awakening Kundalini energy through regular practice of meditation, breath work, chanting, and yoga postures. Kundalini energy sits at the base of the spine and when activated can have a transformative effect on the mind, body, and spirit. Kundalini Yoga works to create balance and awareness by utilizing the entire Chakra system. Through this ancient technology you will peel back the layers of the unconscious to discover your truth.
GYROKINESIS® body conditioning technique simultaneously stretches and strengthens the body with minimal effort, while increasing range of motion and developing coordination. A typical class begins by practicing self-massage and simple breathing patterns known as "Awakening of the Senses." Participants then begin to mobilize the spine through a series of simple and organic movements such as arching, curling, bending, twisting and spiraling, all while seated on a stool. As the class develops it moves to the floor, or a mat. More vigorous movements, with co-ordinated breathing patterns, are executed to enhance trunk stability, stimulate the cardiovascular system, build strength, and increase endurance. Class often finishes with a short relaxation period. The practice of GYROKINESIS® exercise can result in aerobic and cardiovascular stimulation, enhanced neuromuscular awareness, and an increase of mobility, strength, and coordination in the spine, shoulders, chest and hips.