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Yoga Class Tips:
Please arrive a few minutes early to set up your mat and settle into your space. We ask that you please remove your shoes at the mat located next to our entrance to keep our practice space clean & sacred. It's a good idea to bring a bottle of water, sweater (for final resting pose) and possibly a towel. Try to practice with an empty stomach- having at least an hour since your last meal so your body will not be digesting during class and you can reap the full benefits of your practice. If you do not have a yoga mat, we offer community mats for you to use. Please kindly silence your cell phones and leave them in the waiting area. If you must take a phone call- please kindly take it into the hall.
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Great for beginners, injured, and those lacking self love. Looking deep within yourself to reconnect both mentally and physically. A very gentle and calming flow to help create a foundation for your present awareness.
Slow flow brings the element of time into your practice. The mind and body connection is one of the main goals when practicing yoga. A slower moving class that requires you to hold a pose for a few breaths. The benefits include finding balance between your edge and deepening your practice.
Eeb and Flow
This class is a powerful, flowing, and dynamic sequence of poses that involve synchronizing the breath with a continuous flow of poses. A rhythmical pattern of coming and going - decline and regrowth. Let’s move away from the land and flow back towards it.
A dynamic series of poses flowing seamlessly together linking breath and movement. It builds heat, endurance, flexibility, strength and concentration - all helping practitioners connect to the power of breath. This class focuses on proper alignment techniques, safe and intelligent sequencing progressions and is practiced to faster paced music.
A gentle basics class for amputees. Starting at the beginning of what exactly yoga is, allowing amputees to feel comfortable in class and their prosthetics. Begin each class in chair yoga, making our way to seated and then to our backs. Creating adjustments for ourselves, being where we need to be, always having a place to work towards. Serenity is committed to teaching amputees how to thrive in life through the healing power of yoga, getting amputees back to wellness and freedom in the body, mind and spirit through the practices of breathing, yoga poses, relaxation, and stress reduction.