Karma Classes: (See schedule for times)
All classes are by donation.
Karma yoga is the path of unselfish action performed for the benefit of all. It's the philosophy to act according to our purpose, without being attached to the consequences of our actions. In the Bhagavad Gita, the philosophy behind the practice of karma yoga is to purify the mind. It leads us to consider our individual purpose during our brief time on this planet in the great cosmic ocean. This is our way to give back to our community by making exploration of the self accessible and welcoming to all.
"Your work is your responsibility,
not its result.
Never let the fruits of your actions
be your motive.
Nor give in to inaction.
Set firmly in yourself, do your work,
not attached to anything.
Remain evenminded in success,
and in failure.
Evenmindedness is true yoga."
—Bhagavad Gita, 2.47-49
Yin Yoga with Jenna Tapp: Mondays 8:30pm
Yin class usually consists of a series of passive floor poses held for up to 5 minutes or more.
This practice is passive and slow. It allows the body to relax as well as the mind.
When the body is still, the mind can start to wander; this is where the real practice begins. Yin yoga allows us to be with our thoughts, but not to engage in them. To be witness to what bubbles up when we are still.
Please come and join me on the mat to observe the physical sensations, where the breath is your teacher.
Beginner Yoga with Kathy Russell: Tuesday & Thursday 5:30 pm – 6:45 pm
In this beginner level yoga class, we’ll explore a variety of postures, and use breathing techniques to help the body & mind unwind. Many modifications will be offered to suit all bodies & experience levels. Everyone is welcome!
All Levels with Alida Kraven: Tuesday 7:00 pm – 8: 15 pm
An "all levels" class which changes with the level of the students' ability that show up.
Power Yoga: Tuesday 8:30 pm – 9:30 pm
Allows you to challenge your strength, balance and endurance as you flow with your breath. Previous yoga experience or a good level of general fitness is recommended.
All Levels with Catherine Chamberlain Thursday 8:30 pm - 9:30 pm
In this heartfelt, intuitive and gently challenging Hatha class for all levels, you will begin to flow with more ease while depending your practice. The emphasis is on paring your breath with mindful movements, and getting to know your own body better by listening to its subtle cues.
Hatha with Katlin: Friday 9:30 am - 10:45 am
Not sure if you’re ready for an Advanced practice? Why not take some time in this class to move more deeply into your existing practice while also exploring uncharted territory. Flow through your Sun Salutations and then explore your 'edge' with headstand, shoulder stand, arm balances and more. This is a fun and interactive class with an experienced, supportive teacher.
Restorative Yoga with Tina Lashambe: Friday 12:00 pm – 1:15 pm
This is your time to rest, restore and relax. This class is about releasing tension and finding your center, in the body, mind and heart. The class will consist of 4-5 restorative postures combined with breath practice and meditation to bring a renewed sense of peace and calm.
Back to Foundations- Beginner Class with Valerie Gils: Saturday 9:00 am - 10: 00 am
This Beginner class will introduce basic poses, flows, breath practices and meditations. Start your journey in our inclusive, non judgmental environment and enjoy exploring your body, mind and breath.
Not a newbee but want a chance to revisit the foundations of your practice? We can all benefit from going back to basics on our mats and in our life! Try it and see what your learn!
Hatha/Flow Yoga brings balance, strength and a sense of well-being to the practitioner through a series of seated and standing postures.