CLASSES & SCHEDULES
KINDRED YOGA AND WELLNESS CLASSES
Regularly practicing yoga has countless advantages. Beyond the weekly class schedule at our yoga studio, we provide a number of ways that you can deepen your yoga practice and take the mind/body journey to the next level. Check out our offerings to see what fits your schedule and wellness needs.
CHRISTIAN GENTLE FLOW
FLOW / RESTORE
HEATED FLOW / YIN YOGA
Beginners Through Intermediate
Gentle Flow you’ll be guided through postures beginning with the basic poses, but allowing for more challenging poses based on your practice. This is a great class for anyone who is new to yoga or those who need a change of pace, yet still have the option to take it to the next level. We will begin and/or end the class with a short devotional or scripture reading.
Flow and Restore
A combination of gentle flow and restorative yoga. You will move through seated and standing yoga postures and then enjoy soothing restorative postures for the last part of class. Some instructors will incorporate a short guided meditation at the end of class to leave you calm and relaxed.
This class takes place in a room heated with Infrared heaters to 95 degrees. The infrared heat enhances circulation and oxygenation. Studies show that infrared heat also makes connective tissue more flexible, permits greater joint movement, and brings about increased levels of endorphins, which eases pain.
This class begins with a moderate flow to warm the muscles and increase heart rate, then moves into some deeper stretches (Yin) that are held to provide optimum benefits to the connective tissues.
This class is open to all levels with an understanding of basic yoga postures.
Yoga for Rehabilitation
Yoga practiced either sitting or using chairs for support in various postures and is designed to mindfully increase range of motion while meeting students where they are. This class is ideal for students with limited mobility or healing from injury.
The Yoga for Rehabilitation is a class that will focus on yoga following injury/illness.
KIDDING AROUND YOGA
Ages 6 to 12 Year Olds
These classes are a unique way to give your child skills that will provide a sense of balance, calm, and power after their very first class, and in the years to come.
Dance to great music, with great people, and burn a ton of calories without even realizing it.
NEW TO YOGA?
This 45 minute class will familiarize you with the basic yoga postures and variations to accommodate every body! We will also teach basic breathing and mediation techniques. Great for beginners or those who want a better understanding of various postures and methods of a yoga practice.
Vinyasa means “breath-synchronized movement.” Our Vinyasa classes use a series of poses that coordinate breath with postures, linked with sequences of sun salutations. Vinyasa movements are smooth and flowing, which explains why it is also referred to as flow; These classes are suitable for all levels, but some yoga experience is recommended.
Students will learn basic postures (asansa) including how to set a proper foundation with alignment techniques to promote strength and flexibility. We will explore the elements of pranayama (breath regulation), bandhas, mudras, and relaxation techniques. Students will have the freedom to explore and increase awareness of body, mind and spirit to improve whole body health and wellness.
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COMMUNITY / PARK YOGA
All Levels & Ages
This class is seasonal- watch our Facebook page for announcements. This class is offered on a donation basis. Please bring a mat/towel.
“True yoga is not about the shape of your body, but the shape of your life. Yoga is not to be performed; it is to be lived. Yoga doesn’t care about what you have been; it cares about the person you are becoming. Yoga is designed for a vast and profound purpose, and for it to be truly called yoga, its essence must be embodied.”
— Aadil Palkhivala, Fire of Love