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Weekly Classes

Teaching yoga is my jam. I love many styles of yoga but my personal favorites to teach are Yin and Vinyasa. (How Gemini of me!) Read more about my yoga philosophy and find out where my public classes are here.

 

Weekly Yoga Classes

Teaching yoga is my jam. I love many styles of yoga but my personal favorites to teach are Yin and Vinyasa. (How Gemini of me!) Yin yoga is designed with slow, long passive holds. It should feel calm, comfortably challenging, and leave you feeling restored. Not to be confused with restorative yoga, holding yin poses isn't always easy but it is always accessible and safe at any experience level. Vinyasa is the beautiful opposite of Yin. We move, breathe, and dance-flow from pose to pose. Vinyasa mirrors life. It moves fast, slow, steady, and restorative and makes us stronger in body and spirit. In any class, the yogi decides the pace. Fast for one yogi might mean steady to another. In my classes, we hold the space for ourselves and our fellow yogis to honor the pace and poses that fit best in our bodies on that specific day. We grow when we honor where we are in the moment and find our own "do-able challenge". 

 
 
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3Sisters Yoga + Fitness

 

 

Yoga Flow, taught in the Vinyasa style, this class is appropriate for all levels from beginner to advanced. We begin slow and steady and build the pace to your comfort level. Warm classes are heated between 80-85 degrees, non warm classes stay between 70-75 degrees. Mondays 7:30pm (warm), Thursdays 11am, Fridays 11am (warm)

Yin Flow begins with a simple warm up. Then we move the energy down to the floor for Yin. The poses are held for a longer time, and they should never feel painful. The use of blocks, blankets, straps, or bolsters help prop up the poses in order to move comfortably and safely. You'll leave feeling calm, centered, and restored.  Sundays 6-7:15pm

 

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Yoga Strong Studios

Candlelight Yin 7:30pm

 

 

 

Yin begins with a simple warm up. Then we move the energy down to the floor for deep Yin poses. The poses are held for a longer time, and they should never feel painful. The use of blocks, blankets, straps, or bolsters help prop up the poses in order to move comfortably and safely. You'll leave feeling calm, centered, and restored.