Peak Yoga Classes

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The word “vinyasa” can be translated as “arranging something in a special way.” Vinyasa yoga is about moving through poses with synchronization of the breath. This Vinyasa class connects breath with movement which creates a moving meditation. Incorporating strength, fluidity, and freedom in the mind and body. Join for a powerful yet lighthearted and positively energetic yoga experience. Variations offered for all levels.

All-Levels Yoga
An all-levels yoga class that is intuitively led based on the energy, needs, and desires of the class. You'll be given options to make the class more or less challenging while learning to continuously come back to your breath and to pair your breath with movement. Drawing on her background in Vinyasa, Hatha, Ashtanga, and more - no two classes will be exactly the same. Come as you are. All levels welcome.

All-Levels Hatha
Hatha refers to the physical practice of yoga. This class will focus on breathwork, postures, relaxation, and meditation. This is an excellent class to learn the foundations of yoga in a safe and supportive environment. Postures are held for an extended period to ensure proper alignment, and build strength and flexibility. Options will be offered for most postures, making this the ideal class for brand new beginners as well as advanced practitioners. ALL levels are welcome!

Dharma Yoga
This class begins with Surya Namaskara and Shiva Namaskara series to prepare the mind and body for deeper poses - forward bending, back bending, inversions (alternatives offered), and spinal twists. Class finishes with a guided deep relaxation and short meditation practice. This grounding, steady, and empowering class will provide students with the self-awareness and knowledge of body alignment needed for an invigorating yoga practice. Variations offered for all levels (previous experience recommended).

Yin Yoga is a practice with slower pace, longer hold of poses to strengthen, lengthen, and provide therapeutic release to joints, muscles, ligaments, fascia, and other connective tissues. As for the poses themselves, many yin yoga postures are seated or reclined since they require the muscles to be fully relaxed. Modifications are offered and props are used so that all participants can access the poses. Benefits include increased flexibility, increased blood flow and circulation, and reduced stress levels. All levels welcome.