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Broga - Yoga for Men: Strong, energetic,and challenging, Broga combines the best core-strengthening, muscle-toning, cardio-working, stress-reducing, clarity-enhancing yoga postures with functional fitness exercises for an amazing workout.
You’ll get that pumped-up feeling you get from working out and a deep flexibility and relaxation feeling from “working in.” If you’ve already been to a class, we’ll see you again soon. If not, you’ll thank yourself for making the effort to show up. Good music, cool vibe, all are welcome.

Life Coaching: Dive into questions about who you are, what you want, during the intimate group sessions; does, and happy. Look at goals and how you celebrate life. Consider the way you are at this moment your self-esteem develops and listen to what you actually want to tell yourself. Become aware of these deep-rooted desires and stimulating obstacles through practical exercises to do. These tasks will help you convert words and insights into actions so that you to achieve set goals and happily ever after to look at yourself and others. This one session is an introduction to your own power and how you can ensure that you are fully balanced to live.
Yindra: Yin yoga postures are designed to open up the body by prolonged holds of deep stretching techniques – typically between 1 to 5 minutes in length. These techniques are designed to put both your body and mind in a state of deep relaxation. Yin yoga focus on the connective tissues of the body – tendons, fascia, and ligaments – with the aim of increasing circulation in the joints and improving flexibility.  Often referenced as more meditative approach to yoga, Yin aims at cultivating awareness of inner silence, and bringing to light a universal, interconnecting quality.
The second part of the class, Yoga Nidra, builds upon the relaxed physical and mental state from the preceding Yin postures. Yoga Nidra – also known as Yogic Sleep – is a state of consciousness similar to the process of drifting off to sleep. It is a state in which the body is completely relaxed, and the practitioner becomes systematically and increasingly aware of their inner world by following a set of verbal instructions. This state of consciousness is different from meditation in which concentration on a single focus is required.
Detox Hatha: The inclusion of both yin and yang, strong and supple postures will cultivate a balance in the koshas. The focus will be on wringing out and massaging the digestive system for a thorough cleansing, while creating a steadiness and presence to remind us to turn inward, reflect, and consciously prepare to renew. Whether moving through a transition from one yoga posture to the next, lingering in the moments in between encourages us to slow down, move mindfully, and find the yoga beyond the asana.
Yoga Board: Ready to take your yoga practice to the next level? A Yoga board class allows you to have a challenging, fun, and innovative practices.  Get on our yoga board to test your core strength, balance, focus and flexibility. Great practice for all kinds of levels.
Yin & Yang: Yin Yang Yoga blends two styles of yoga into one practice - bringing together the benefits of passively holding yoga poses with more dynamic sequences and standing postures.
Mindful Vinyasa: In Mindful Vinyasa, the goal is to create a practice that utilizes the components of a Vinyasa yoga class while flowing with more awareness. As opposed to a Power Yoga or Ashtanaga Yoga class, in Mindful Vinyasa there is still time to slow down, tune inward, and meditate prior to completing a particular series of postures. Additionally, mindfulness will come into play, as there will be a focus on maintaining proper alignment throughout each asana (posture).
Restorative: Restorative yoga is a practice that is all about slowing down and opening your body through passive stretching. If you take a restorative class, you may hardly move at all, doing just a few postures in the course of an hour. It is a completely different experience than most contemporary yoga.
Yin: Yin yoga is based on the Taoist concept of yin and yang, opposite and complementary principles in nature. Yin is the stable, unmoving, hidden aspect of things; yang is the changing, moving, revealing aspect. In the body, the relatively stiff connective tissues (tendons, ligaments, fascia) are yin, while the more mobile and pliable muscles and blood are yang.
A Yin yoga class usually consists of a series of long-held, passive floor poses that mainly work the lower part of the body - the hips, pelvis, inner thighs, lower spine. These areas are especially rich in connective tissues. The poses are held for up to five minutes, sometimes longer.
Vinyasa/Vinyasa Flow: Sequential movement that interlinks postures to form a continuous flow. It creates a movement meditation that reveals all forms as being impermanent and for this reason are not held on to.
Hatha: In sanskrit, 'Ha' means sun and 'Tha' means moon. The sun is associated with the masculine aspects of our nature—heating, dynamic, and active. The moon is associated with the feminine aspects of our nature—cooling, soft, and receptive.
The goal of Hatha Yoga is to find the balance and harmony between these two opposing energies or forces. It is a path to wholeness which consists of uniting the opposites.
Beginner/Intro to Yoga: Foundational yoga poses, and answers to your questions on all the yoga basics. Build strength and confidence to take your yoga practice deeper.
Gentle Flow (Vinyasa): This class is designed for beginners through intermediate students. In Gentle Flow, you’ll be guided through postures in a Vinyasa style, beginning with the basic poses, but allowing for more challenging poses based on your practice level. Props are encouraged to allow the body to fully achieve each pose comfortably. This is a great class for students looking for a more gentle experience, those who are new to yoga or those who need a change of pace, yet still have the option to take it to the next level. Also the perfect class for students with injuries or limitations.
Mindful Flow: A grounding, centering mindfully paced gentle hatha flow. Bring an open mind to this beautiful flow which uses pranayama weaved throughout the class. Learn how to unify the body, mind and breath, and use your breath to organize the mind, whilst the body is led through a mindfully paced flow class. Perfect for starting your day in a mindful way whilst energizing the body. This class is suitable for beginners to advanced yogis who are looking for a meditative flow practice.
Gentle Hatha: A restful, calming class including breathing, gentle flowing movements, passive and supported poses. This is a perfect beginning yoga class that is also appropriate for those working with injury, limited mobility, or who prefer a softer, gentler approach to yoga.