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Hatha I – Appropriate classes for beginners or someone that has been taking yoga for a while. Will gear towards more modified version but will always explain how you can move into a more advanced version of the pose. Drawing from various lineages of Hatha yoga, but with a strong influence of Kripalu yoga. These classes emphasize alignment for posture and safety.  


Hatha I-II – These classes are appropriate also for new yoga students but will add in extra poses to appeal to someone a little more advanced. Both the above classes are easily modified or stepped up a little. As with the above class emphasis on proper alignment for posture and safety.    


Yin Inspired – A yin yoga class usually consists of a series of longer-held, passive floor poses, mainly working on the lower part of the body – the hips, pelvis, inner thighs, lower spine. These areas are especially rich in connective tissue. An excellent way to gain more flexibility and stillness in your practice. 


Chair Yoga – Chair yoga is a gentle form of yoga than can be done sitting on a chair or standing on the ground while using the chair for support. It is beneficial for injuries or if you have difficulty getting up and down on the floor. But don’t be surprised if you feel you have worked as hard as in any of the other class!


Gentle Stretching - This is yoga geared to those new to yoga or those who are interested in a gentle practice.  This class incorporates simple sequences to warm up the body, as well as slower paced movements focusing on alignment, strength, balance and flexibility.  

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