Studio Power is a moving meditation that concentrates on strength, flexibility, endurance, and focus. This is an intense and dynamic practice in which students continually flow from one posture to another, while incorporating binds, backbends, arm balances, and inversions. Students are encouraged to rest when needed and take advantage of the modifications given for each pose. Prior yoga experience recommended. (80-85°)
Get ready to breathe and move! Freestyle Flow is a great class for advanced beginners to advanced practitioners. This is a challenging and playful vinyasa class with sequences that are intelligent and dynamic. Focus on breath and alignment invites students to find space and ease in this invigorating flow. Sequences will vary and will consist of a wide range of yoga asana. This class is moderately heated.
Start your day off right with a morning flow practice. The room will be nice and warm to increase flexibility and ease into the body. Cleansing the body early in the morning thru yoga asana is one of the best ways to stay present and clear throughout the day. This class is open to all levels.
This class blends various styles of yoga; typically Katonah Style practices with pranayama inspired by Kundalini, to create a strong practice with balance and fluidity. The practice is great to increase strength, agility and grace not only in our bodies but also in our minds. We work to begin more skillful in our asana, focusing on safe alignment and awareness of breath. These classes are mixed level and are accessible for all students.
Acoustic Yoga Fusion
Chill out and restore with this acoustic yoga fusion! Smolder with yin to begin, heat up with an uptempo vinyasa flow and then chill out with series of restorative postures. The combination of a flow practice with yin-inspired stillness and restorative deep relaxation cultivates vitality, harmony and balance in mind and body.
This class is for the student new to yoga or to the seasoned practitioner. In Studio Flow, you will flow through various postures with the option of moving into more advanced variations, depending on your practice level. Props are encouraged to let the body move into asana with more ease. Students can make this class as challenging as they would like, or as restful.
Form and Flow
Alignment is the key to freedom in body and breath. This class will focus on proper alignment in asana to create a deeper knowing of ones own body. The asana sequences will take the student on a journey towards a specific pose or type of pose. All levels are welcome and students will be offered modifications or advancements.
Yin Yoga focuses on the connective tissues of the body through postures that are held in stillness for several minutes at a time, in which each practitioner will find his or her individual “edge,” find release, and then move deeper into the pose. Yin yoga is the perfect complement to more yang styles of exercise, as it addresses tightness and toxin buildup in the joints and connective tissue. The result is not only more lubricated and flexible joints, but also a greater sense of balance, peace, and calm. Props make the practice accessible to people of all abilities.
Beginners and experienced practitioners can expect a calming blend of gentle yoga stretching, supported restorative yoga postures, and breath work coupled with soothing music and guided meditation. Each class focuses on reducing anxiety and tension while supporting physical rejuvenation and healing. Restorative yoga can be the antidote to a hectic and busy modern life. You will emerge from this class feeling more rested, refreshed, grounded, balanced and present in life. Note: Poses are chosen for ease, comfort, and overall maximum health benefit and are supported through the use of bolsters, straps, blocks and blankets. This class is beneficial for those seeking stress reduction, those with limited mobility, or anyone seeking to heal mind and body.
If you are looking for a well-rounded introduction to yoga, this is the class for you. This class provides students with a foundation for a hatha yoga practice, including beginner-level asana (physical postures), basic pranayama (breathing), meditation, and an accessible look at some of the main philosophies of Yoga. Intermediate students wishing to review and refine their understanding of the basics will also benefit from this class. Though asana will be the main focus of each practice, students will receive a broader experience of yoga that extends far beyond the perception of yoga as a physical practice. *This class is offered periodically throughout the year.*