CLASS DESCRIPTIONS

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Community Class:  Come enjoy a class with one of our teacher trainees. The class is only one hour long and is donation-based. You will be asked to fill out a quick feedback form so that the trainee can learn from your comments. Thank you!

Dharma Yoga:  Inspired by the teachings and classes of Yoga Master Sri Dharma Mittra, this class moves smoothly through traditional poses and sequences as well as some more modern exercises following with relaxation and meditation. Benjamin has been teaching since 2003 and has 200 and 500-hour certification from the Dharma Yoga Center in New York where he was an assistant to Sri Dharma Mittra and the center.

Dharma Yoga (Intermediate/Advanced):  Class for Intermediate/Advanced students.
Inspired by the teachings and classes of Yoga Master Sri Dharma Mittra, this class moves smoothly through traditional poses and sequences as well as some more modern exercises following with relaxation and meditation.
Benjamin has been teaching since 2003 and has 200 and 500-hour certification from the Dharma Yoga Center in New York where he was an assistant to Sri Dharma Mittra and the center.

Gentle Yoga: A basic and gentle class for all beginners. This class will help you learn the basics while you stretch yummy and strengthen slowly. You will feel great during and after class.

Hatha Yoga:  Hatha Yoga in a broader context of yoga is the overall physical practice and aspects of yoga. In a class description context, it implies a static form of practice where the practitioner holds the positions for longer periods of time. There is more of an emphasis on alignment and technique. Beginners welcome.

Hatha-Raja Yoga:  Ha=Sun Tha=Moon Uniting the two, mind and body through the physical practice of yoga asanas (postures). Strength, flexibility, balance and control are some of the physical benefits. The class consists of traditional and modern postures, sequences and exercises. Raja=Royal Mastery over the mind through meditation. Guided meditation is practiced throughout the class before the movement, during, in relaxation and after.

Progressive Vinyasa Yoga: Take your practice to the next level! Get inspired with new poses and new sequences. Strengthen from your core while you stretch to your comfortable edge. Build your body in ways you could only once image.
Restorative Yoga: Restorative Yoga help us learn to relax and rest deeply. The postures are usually inclined or seated yoga poses with the addition of blocks, bolsters and blankets to support the body so that you can hold poses for longer, allowing your body to open through a very light stretching, releasing tension and toxins. Restorative Yoga might be best described as a relaxation practice.

Rocket Yoga: The “Rocket” is a vinyasa flow class, created by Larry Schultz of It’s Yoga. It has emphasis on 1st, 2nd, 3rd Ashtanga Series Sequences and sequences poses from each series together to enable the student to deepen their practice, as well as give them permission to explore the Ashtanga poses out of sequence.

Vinyasa Yoga: Vinyasa Yoga implies more flowing movements between the poses. Synchronizing breath with movement is a major focus, along with technique and alignment. This style allows for the teacher to have creativity and design her/his own sequences.

All levels of yoga practitioners are welcome.

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