Practice with Rachel G.

{virtual} Sunday: Slow Flow 3:30-4:30 pm

Slow flow is a practice that encourages using steady breathing, smooth transitions, and holding postures. Expect a smooth linking of unhurried breath with movement, intensified by mindfully holding postures. Slow flow is a practice that builds strength, and each movement is initiated by slow controlled inhales and exhales. Find true balance in this moving meditation.

{virtual} Tuesday: Deep Stretch & Meditate 6-7 pm

Deep stretch is a practice that encourages steady breathing and holding a combination of yin and restorative postures. Expect leg, hip, back, and shoulder openings with longer, mindful holds to gain stretch and increased mobility. Breathwork will be incorporated throughout the class, and a guided meditation will be offered at the end. Modifications are offered to allow for multiple skill levels.

{virtual} Wednesday: Powerful Flow 5:45-6:45 pm

This a great class for those who are looking to move and flow. Expect a faster paced practice that will energize your body and mind, as you move with each breath to prepare you for challenging postures, followed by landing poses and final relaxation. This class is a good compliment to a slower practice. Some knowledge of poses is recommended.

{virtual} Thursday: Restore & Meditate 6-7 pm

Spend well-deserved time releasing tension and anxiety with a restorative class. During the longer holds of restorative yoga poses, your muscles and your racing mind are allowed to relax deeply. Meditation and breathwork are offered. No yoga experience is needed. You’ll need a bolster (or stack of pillows), blocks (or books), a strap (or a belt/scarf), and a blanket.

{virtual} Friday: Slow Flow 7:00-8:00 am

Whether you are new to yoga or a seasoned practitioner, Slow Flow will give you the opportunity to work on both strength and flexibility. Expect time to explore your breath in a variety of poses from standing postures to floor work. You will be guided on how to create each posture to fit your body and ability. This class is a good compliment to all styles of movement and is excellent for those who want to have time to explore their asana practice. Some knowledge of poses is recommended.