This quick version of our Vinyasa style class will give you the opportunity to breathe, sweat, and relax all in one hour. Whether it’s before work, in the middle of your day, or after everything is done, Power Hours are designed to move fast to have you in and out and feeling great.
R1 is a vinyasa style class done at a moderate pace with all postures and poses explained in more depth. The R1 class focuses on the fundamental movements and sequences that form the basis of a strong yoga practice. All levels will find a challenge in the R1 class, with more advanced students revisiting the fundamentals of their practice. Whether you are the super flexible child gymnast, or the can’t touch your toes armchair enthusiast, you will enjoy and benefit from an R1 class.
R2 is the same well rounded vinyasa flow style class but moves at a quicker pace with more advanced postures offered throughout. During this class poses are offered with less explanation and moved into and out of fluidly. Expect more opportunities to move through chatarunga. This class is perfect for yogi’s familiar and knowledgable of asana names and alignment who are ready to take their practice up a notch.
R3 is our intermediate to advanced level class. Yogis coming to this class should have solid knowledge of basic to intermediate poses. Students should expect to delve deeper into inversions, backbends, and breath work. Don’t let the word advanced scare you. If you are looking to explore more of your practice, give this class a try.
Community Classes, $9
Same awesome classes you’ve grown to expect but at a discounted community rate. We offer our Community Classes at 4pm, 6 times a week.
RSOM Donation Class
In the spirit of our RS Outward Movement program, we are now offering a donation based class. All proceeds of this class will go to our community outreach program or a different initiative each month.
A restorative yoga practice can be the yin to your yang – vigorous practice. Postures will be moved into slowly while making necessary adjustments to ensure complete comfort and ease. The smallest adjustment in this practice can make the biggest difference. Props such as bolsters, blankets and blocks are used to ensure deep support. Resting into this support frees the student to find a more mindful breath and a quiet mind. Enjoy added soothing touches such as eye pillows and essential oils to help deepen the sense of relaxation. This practice eases the parasympathetic nervous system helping to relieve stress, nourish the body and stretch connective tissue.
Yoga Nidra is a practice involving steady awareness and deep relaxation. A detoxifying and tremendous practice, benefitting your mind, body connection and connection to the natural world. Nidra, meaning sleep, is particularly due to the supine position assumed for the duration of the class and finding stillness. One might think a practitioner is sleeping, however they are on a journey of relaxation and connection. This practice is for all levels and is especially good for beginners. You will feel rested and rejuvenated after this practice in a different way than any other yoga class. It is a great way to begin a meditation practice, simply getting used to quiet and stillness. The benefits of this practice are plentiful: decreases stress and anxiety, aids in insomnia, helps detoxify the body, just to name a few.
A yoga class specifically designed for women at any stage of their pregnancy and any level of yoga experience. The class will allow a safe and supportive environment to explore a deeper connection to your changing physical body and mental attitude through movement, breath, and meditation. This is also a great opportunity to engage with other women and share wonderful resources regarding pregnancy and child rearing.
" Take rest, a field that has rested gives a fruitful crop." - Ovid
Get the rest you need, build the strength you already have, and bask in the sweet baby time you deserve at Postnatal Yoga. Every Friday, 10:30-11:45am you are invited to BYOB (bring your own baby). Don't worry about the rest, we've got it covered. (Babies up to 6 months of age or non-crawling infants please).