Vinyasa Yoga 

Vinyasa is a style of yoga that links movement and breath to attain balance in the mind and body. The term Vinyasa translates from Sanskrit as: “to place in a special way.” In this way, Vinyasa places or aligns a deliberate sequence of poses (Asanas) with the breath to achieve a continuous Flow. Vinyasa's Flow helps us cultivate a strong connection between our body, mind, and soul. 

Restorative Yoga 

Restorative Yoga is a style of yoga that encourages physical, mental, and emotional relaxation. Restorative Yoga is practiced at a slow pace, focusing on long holds, stillness, and deep breathing.  One can expect to hold a pose for 5 minutes or more, only performing a handful of poses in one Restorative Yoga session.  As the name suggests, this style seeks to “restore” the body which help it to rest, heal, and rebalance.

Yin Yoga 

Yin yoga is a slow-paced and passive style of yoga that involves holding seated or lying down poses for an extended period, typically ranging from 3 to 5 minutes or even longer. The primary focus of Yin yoga is on deep stretching and targeting the connective tissues, such as ligaments, tendons, and fascia, rather than the muscles.

Yin yoga is suitable for all levels of practitioners and can be especially beneficial for those looking to increase flexibility, release tension, and cultivate a meditative mind-body connection. 

Chair Yoga

Chair Yoga is a specific form of yoga that can be used as a type of physical therapy for people where mobility is a challenge.  Chair Yoga is practiced sitting on a chair, or standing and using a chair for support.  Chair Yoga's poses are often adaptations of Asanas found in other modern yoga styles. 

Chair Yoga's benefits on quality of life for older people include improved balance, lower limb strength, fighting off depression, and increased vitality.

Arm Balances & Inversions

Arm Balances and Inversions are some of the more challenging poses in all of yoga. By challenging ourselves we can stay fully present as well as focused. Arm Balances and Inversions allow us to build strength physically and mentally. They help us to overcome our fears on the mat as well in the life.  Arm Balances are just as they sound, balancing one's own body weight fully on the arms.  Inversions on the other hand are where the entire body is Inverted (upside down, above the head) and all the weight is balanced on the arms, hands, or head.

SUP Yoga

SUP or Paddleboard Yoga, originated in the U.S. around 2013.  It is the combination of modern yoga for exercise with stand up paddleboarding (SUP).  The board is placed in calm water, often anchored in place, and the participant Flows while on top. SUP Yoga helps the participant build strength, flexibility, and especially balance while providing a calming and peaceful setting.