Fridays @5:30 PM – Commons Park
Animal Flow is an innovative, ground-based practice that’s both fun and challenging. Think of it as yoga meets breakdancing. In this 45 minute introductory class you will learn the ABC’s of Animal Flow. We will be practicing in the grass without mats, so bring a beach towel for stretching. Barefoot is best, but thin soled trainers or FIve-Fingered shoes also work. Not recommended if you have serious wrist issues or are pregnant. (No actual non-human animals involved)
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BodyZen Boot Camp
Fridays @5:30 – 6:15 AM – Studio
This boot camp is a high intensity interval training class that is sure to make you burn max calories and motivate you to push through the burn! There will be a variety of dynamic strength moves while mixing Cardio work in between. Carrie provides options for all fitness levels, so no matter where you are on your fitness journey this class is for you. Come ready to sweat, have fun and leave feeling energized and stronger!
Gentle Flow – All Levels
Thursdays @5:30 PM
Low Intensity – Commons Park, in Studio in case of bad weather.
New to Yoga? Start here. This class is perfect for any age, shape, or size to experience the many benefits of yoga. No experience or flexibility required. Gentle Flow is also ideal for students needing to move more slowly due to injury or just wanting to refresh on the fundamentals of Yoga.
Gentle Yoga – All Levels
Mondays @9:00 AM – Studio
This practice is designed to restore the body while relieving fatigue and muscle tension. Traditional yet simple breath work and yoga poses will be introduced and modified for safety at any level. Class will consist of a gentle flow of consistent movement.
Power Flow Yoga – Mixed Levels
Wednesdays @5:30 PM – Commons Park
You will link breath with movement as you move through challenging vinyasa-based sequences. Plenty of modifications and options are offered throughout class to further challenge you or to help you find ease.
Mondays @5:00 – 5:45 PM – Studio
Our Strength Training class is a full body workout designed to tone and sculpt muscle groups. We will employ a combination of exercises using body resistance and free weights to engage the core, build overall strength, and make us sweat! The class will end with a relaxing cool down to stretch out and soothe hard-worked muscles.
Wednesdays @5:30 – 6:15 AM – Studio
Tabata workouts include 20 seconds of high-intensity cardio exercises (like burpees, lunges, or jumping jacks) with 10 seconds of rest between each move. High-intensity interval training (HIIT), also called high-intensity intermittent exercise (HIIE) or sprint interval training (SIT), is a form of interval training, an exercise strategy alternating short periods of intense anaerobic exercise with less-intense recovery periods. HIIT is a form of cardiovascular exercise and be prepared to burn major calories!
Vinyasa Slow Yoga – All Levels
Saturdays @9:15 AM – Commons Park
This flowing yoga class is geared to newer students of vinyasa or those that want to enjoy a slower paced class in a fast paced world. This class will take the student deeper into all postures at a slower pace, while still focusing on alignment and breath. This class is perfect for the healthy beginner who wants a little more than Gentle Yoga.
Vinyasa Flow Yoga – Mixed Levels
Mondays @6:00 PM, Saturdays @8:00 AM, Sundays @9:30 AM – Commons Park
Vinyasa yoga coordinates movement with breath, flowing from one pose to the next offering a comprehensive practice from meditative to challenging of the mind, body and spirit. This class will accommodate a variety of experience levels and is suitable for anyone that enjoys a more intense full-body physical workout.
Yin Yoga – All Levels
Tuesdays @5:15 PM
Slower paced and meditative, yin yoga aims to apply gentle stress to tendons, fascia, and ligaments in order to improve circulation in the joints. This can be a good way to start a yoga practice if you are looking to increase flexibility, relieve stress, and relax, and also complements an established vinyasa practice. Poses are typically held for increasing lengths of time as the student progresses.