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Restorative Yoga

Restorative YogaThe yoga of non-doing, is a core practice underlying the very essence of yoga. Even those with an active dynamic yoga practice will benefit from the inner quietude and deep release of Restorative Yoga. Restorative Yoga is the practice of entering into yoga postures using an assortment of props: blocks, bolsters, blankets, straps, walls, chairs, tables, eye pillows, the floor, and even another yoga practitioner. Supported and stabilized by various props, one experiences the yoga postures as profoundly relaxing and deeply rejuvenating, invoking a natural state of healing rest, renewal and equanimity. Supported and passive yoga postures allow the body to naturally release, letting go of deeply held tension and stress. The result is a balanced state of being from the inside out. Restorative Yoga is a life enhancing practice. It is appropriate for anyone, at any age or stage of life, or in any physical condition.


Chair Yoga:

Chair YogaThis class is a gentle yoga that is accessible to those who have are recovering from an injury and can't get down on the mat, for those with limited mobility such as seniors, people with physical handicaps, or it can even be a great introduction for an able-bodied person who thinks they might not be flexible enough for a traditional hatha yoga class that uses mats.

While chair yoga is very gentle, it still offers the same benefits as the more traditional forms of yoga such as greater flexibility, more supple muscle tone, improved breathing and a more focused mind. This is a great place to begin your yoga journey!


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