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Vinyasa classes are an intermediate to strong moving flow classes that cultivate balance, stability, flexibility, and vigor. Vinyasa movements are smoothly flowing and can be almost dance-like and classes consists of a series of poses that will teach you to coordinate with the flow of your breath. Breath awareness and coordination are carried throughout the practice as the asana ebbs and flows between effort and ease. Intensity levels & personal style varies by each unique Thrive Yoga teacher. Classes are still accessible to all level practicitioners via the offering of modifications.
Prana Vinyasa is an energetic, creative, full-spectrum approach to embodying the flow of yoga, as cultivated by Shiva Rea and the Global Vinyasa Collective of Teachers. Students of all levels are empowered to experience prana – the universal source of breath, life-energy and conscious intelligence – as the navigating source of their yoga practice. Practitioners learn classical and innovative approaches to vinyasa yoga and the state of flow, inspired by Krishnamacharya’s teachings, Tantra, Ayurveda, Bhakti, and Somatics. Prana Flow classes are breath inspired journeys that offer a complete spectrum (ha-tha) of rhythms from meditative and rejuvenating to the challenging and empowering. Every class is well rounded, following the mandala of the body and asanas – to create whole body transformation of strength and fluidity, circulation and centering.
Iyengar yoga focuses on precise body alignment, the use of props to help students of all abilities perform the asanas, and an understanding of the therapeutic potential of yoga. The asanas build strength, flexibility, stamina, balance and aid in stress reduction. Postures are held for longer periods of time in order to cultivate control of the breath, concentration, and inward self study.
Restorative yoga is a very relaxed practice which utilizes props to support, open, and create ease in the body. A totally rejuvenating practice comprised of seated postures and supported inversions which are held for longer periods of time to allow for deep relaxation in the postures. Designed for all levels and may include breath work, guided meditations, and an extended savasana.
Slow Flow is a mindful, slower paced yoga class that is meditative and emphasizes peace and calmness of body and mind. Poses are held for a longer period of time to teach principles of proper physical and energetic alignment. This means that you can plan on taking several rounds of breath in each pose, instead of moving to each breath. The challenge in the class comes from holding postures for a longer period of time and the simultaneous steering of consciousness to the awareness of breath and movement. Breathing and mindfulness practices are taught in simpler sequences. Slow Flow is a great place to start if you are new to flow-style yoga or anyone wanting a methodically paced class that still emphasizes the connection between breath and movement.
Yin yoga is a deeply relaxing practice that targets the joints and interconnective tissues of the body to restore range of motion and flexibility while relieving pain and chronic tension throughout the body. This practice complements any active yoga practice or exercise routine. Finish the practice with Yoga Nidra, a deep form of guided relaxation and meditation that heals and rejuvenates.
The Kaiut method is a biomechanical yoga practice designed by Francisco Kaiut to serve the modern body and modern mind. This format is intended to increase freedom of movement. Francisco Kaiut’s method is deeply influenced by his professional practice as a chiropractor and his education in craniosacral and polarity therapies, deep tissue massage, and hatha yoga. The Kaiut Method works from the joints to maintain and return the body to an optimal structure and function allowing the internal systems to function as efficiently as possible, for as long as possible. By focusing on the joints as opposed to stretching the muscles, practitioners can work with the cause behind the symptom. This is an inclusive method, using simple shapes to create a format of yoga accessible to all practitioners regardless of flexibility, strength, age, or experience.
Barre is one of the best ways to tone and strengthen the entire body. By using small, controlled movements, isometric holds and high repetition you will develop a strong, lean and toned physique in no time! Whether you are a skier, snowboarder, mountain biker or hiker, barre will be sure to help you gain strength and confidence.
Vin-Yin Yoga is a combination of vinyasa flow and yin yoga. We’ll start with the passive long holds of yin yoga to target joints, connective tissues and fascia, supported with props while holding poses for 2-5 minutes, then follow it with a super-slow vinyasa practice where we’ll linger in our asanas a bit.
This class is open to all levels.
Therapeutic Yoga uses a methodic application of sequences to unwind fascial patterns of holding and pain in the body. Much of the work is floor-based and passive, but that doesn’t mean it’s easy! This therapeutic style of yoga resets the nervous system, opens the joints, and releases patterns of restriction in the body, using long holds and specific alignment. This is an all-levels class and everybody—athletes, couch potatoes, young and old, will find this practice accessible and will benefit from it!