Katherine Perrin

New Student Special

3 Weeks of Yoga for $30

New Student Special

3 Weeks of Yoga for $30

New Student Special

3 Weeks of Yoga for $30

New Student Special

3 Weeks of Yoga for $30

New Student Special

3 Weeks of Yoga for $30

Class Descriptions

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All Levels: Appropriate for both beginners and those experienced with yoga. Class includes a beginner to intermediate flow for strength, balance, flexibility and deep restoration.

Bowing: Bowing is a form of body prayer to our deepest intention.  Bowing helps to bring mind, body, and spirit together as one in the present moment.  We typically do 103 or 108 bows in 30 minutes depending on purpose and time and their are modifications that can be used as needed.

Breathing / Pranayam: Developing the musclue memory to breathe properly is one of the limbs of a holistic yoga practice.  Over the course of our doing yoga postures in class, we may occasionally slip into states where breath and body movement are one.  Our 30 minute breathing classes focus specifically on breath techniques for calming the body and mind to begin our meditation/day from a place of clarity, presence, and peace.

Chair Yoga: Chair yoga provides a safe alternative practice for students needing a little extra support. The class includes seated poses on the chair, standing poses using the chair for balance and support and prone poses on the mat. Students will be guided through moving major muscle groups and joints, as well as gentle breathing exercises to relax the body and mind. A chair yoga practice deepens flexibility and strengthens body awareness.

Gentle: A slower flowing, gentle yoga class.  Class includes warm up stretching, breathing practices, twists and deep relaxation.  Students encouraged to listen to their body and have patience for any physical restrictions they may be dealing with, meeting their body where it is at with awareness.  Some teachers may focus on alignment.

Healing Yoga: This class helps to awaken and strengthen the circulation of life energy in the body. The focus is on self-care and includes tapping, meridian stretching, ki gong, breathing, and meditation as well as guidance on self-healing & stress reduction. These practices encourage the release of stresses, toxins and blockages while revitalizing and refreshing the body, mind, and spirit.  Together we create a space for healing and self-care.  Healing Yoga is especially helpful for those experiencing mental fatigue, illness, injury or chronic pain.

Kripalu Yoga: Kripalu is the school of yoga many of our teachers were trained in.

Kundalini Yoga: Kundalini yoga is a sacred science that is over 5000 years old. The focus lies on balancing the glandular system, strengthening the 72,000 nerves of the body, and bringing the body, mind and soul into balance. There is a strong connection to the breath and different techniques of coordinating breath with movement.  Kundalini works great on all body types and ages.

Moderate: A more challenging yoga flow class incorporating sun salutations, linking postures, breath and energy practices to stretch, strengthen and heal the body, quiet the mind and deeply relax.

Meditation Sangha: Sitting in silent meditation, the sangha holds the space for wellness and well-being in ourselves, our fellow members and our community. Together we connect with and maintain awareness while offering compassion and kindness to those around us. The sangha offers a place of support, safety and strength as we learn and grow alongside fellow walkers of the path. Facillitated by Arleen Damon.

Soul Cleanse: Kasey will lead you through a physical practice and a spiritual and mental journey that will help you release trapped emotions through cathartic movement and music. It’s like therapy without having to talk!

Yin: Experience ways to balance the mind and body and support your health in this yin and restorative class. The practice starts with breath and gentle awakening of muscles and joints, and then moves through gently held yin postures and ends with relaxing restorative poses. With supports such as blocks, bolsters, blankets, time and gravity, you will safely stretch deep connective tissues, give the mind and body time to ‘let go’, and build strength and resilience. The practice is also known to increase immune function, improve overall energy, and promote feelings of well-being.

Yoga for 50+ Gentle Class: This class is designed for those in the aging process who do want to develop or keep flexibility and strength. The focus is on basic alignment for optimal health as we grow older and correcting misalignments that will lead to discomfort unchecked. We will explore yoga poses designed to enhance balance, flexibility, mindfulness and the breath in a supportive environment for beginners and continuing practitioners.