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Yoga for all ages
It is never too early or too late to start your Yoga practice!
Clear your mind by moving and breathing mindfully. Be present and explore your potential.
Yoga For Grown-Ups
Different styles of yoga that will increase your strength and flexibility but also balance your nervous system.
What our students say
The yoga of balance between the body and mind, balances the nervous system.
Dynamic type of yoga, also known as "flow" yoga, move with your breath.
Works in the deeper "yin" tissues of ligaments and joints. Great to increase flexibility.
Breathwork or Pranayama
Yogis have mastered the art of conscious breathing mastering healing of the body and mind.
Children & Teens
We harness creativity, mobility, self-esteem and confidence! A playful yoga form for the youngest.
(from 5 years old)
Get to practice yoga together in a playful way! Deepen relationships and create balance and understanding.
(4 - 100 years old)
The support you need
Holds You Accountable
- Book and show up
- Find your routine
- Don't leave it for later
- Get alternatives to make it easier or more challenging for you
- Get adjusted on the spot (with camera on)
- Ask questions during the practice
- Speak with the teacher before or after class to make sure that your needs are met
ready to begin?
“What we think or what we know or what we believe is, in the end, of little consequence. The only consequence is what we do” – John Ruskin
Benefits of Yoga
“Rapidly emerging in the Western world as a discipline for integrating the mind and body into union and harmony, when adopted as a way of life, yoga improves physical, mental, intellectual and spiritual health.
(…) Yoga, a form of mind-body exercise, has become an increasingly widespread therapy used to maintain wellness, and alleviate a range of health problems and ailments. Yoga should be considered as a complementary therapy or alternative method for medical therapy in the treatment of stress, anxiety, depression, and other mood disorders as it has been shown to create a greater sense of well-being, increase feelings of relaxation, improve self-confidence and body image, improve efficiency, better interpersonal relationships, increase attentiveness, lower irritability, and encourage an optimistic outlook on life.
(…) While no concrete guidelines exist regarding the frequency of practice, the more you practice the more you benefit. Yoga is a personalized practice and as such, frequency and duration are personal questions with individual answers. Practice should happen with wisdom and should be modified to meet individual needs and goals. Individuals should practice as often as possible, especially in the beginning. The length of the induction phase will vary depending on an individual’s initial level of fitness and health status; the more difficult yoga is for someone in the beginning the more their body needs it.
(…) There exists an indisputable connection between a person’s overall physical and mental health and the inner peace and well-being yoga is designed to achieve. Yoga suspends the fluctuations of the mind and by acting consciously, we live better and suffer less.”
Woodyard C. Exploring the therapeutic effects of yoga and its ability to increase quality of life. Int J Yoga [serial online] 2011 [cited 2020 Jul 9];4:49-54. Available from: http://www.ijoy.org.in/text.asp?2011/4/2/49/85485