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You can’t be where you want to be without starting where you are. Our programs are designed to meet you where you are and give you the foundation to grow and explore from there. These classes introduce you to new techniques and give you the core skills you need to build your movement practice sustainably and without injury. Welcome!
Somatic flow is a unique experience that brings about support for overall wellness through integrated mind, body, and energetic balancing. The goal of this class is to aid in trauma release and injury prevention, promote cellular regeneration and structural integrity, and create an embodied experience that feels best to you. Together, we will incorporate trauma release practices, guided breathwork and meditation, hatha, and yin yoga to help one find ease in the body.
Floor-Barre® is a ballet-inspired workout designed to lengthen and strengthen muscles, build core, hip, and foot control, and improve body alignment and balance. All exercises are executed lying on the floor, allowing students to focus inward, working muscles deeply and intelligently. It is gentle on joints and perfect for injury prevention and recovery as well as cross-training.
The Feldenkrais Method® is a somatic education system which uses gentle movement and directed attention to explore habitual movement patterns and discover new, more efficient, graceful and pain-free ways of moving. Benefits include an increased ease and range of motion, better coordination, and increased mindfulness and curiosity throughout life. It can also help identify and overcome habits and tension holding patterns that may be limiting your capabilities and growth or which may even cause injury.
In Restorative Yoga, we practice observing what it feels like to be physically and mentally at ease. The practice has been described as one of conscious relaxation and softening into stillness, an exhale for both mind and body. Through the use of props (blankets, bolsters, blocks, sandbags) we support the body in gentle poses on the ground for up to 20 minutes.
Postural Alignment and Somatic Integration
Slow Flow Yoga
Slow flow comes from the Vinayasa yoga tradition, which focuses on flowing movements from one posture to the next, often coordinated to the breath.