Beginner class that introduces students to poses or asana, proper alignment and the elements of breath work (pranayama) helping build a foundation for all future yoga practices and principles. Perfect for those who want to explore and have had little or no yoga experience or haven't practiced for some time. Instructors guide you through the fundamentals helping to develop the building blocks needed for a consistent practice.
Vinyasa uses a fluid pace class style that focuses on classic postures and correct alignment in the body linking breath to movement The asana (poses) are held for a breath or two and smoothly transitioning to the next pose. Vinyasa or flow style aligns your breath your muscles and mind in your practice with a focus on pranayama (breath work) to incorporate whole body practice. This class if offered in April through www.Joonbugyoga.com
This slower pace class focuses on classic restorative and low impact postures and correct alignment in the body. Ease your muscles and mind in your practice with a slower gentle approach. This style with help you ease into or end your day with a sense of calm. Gentle also incorporates Pranayama (breath work) and meditation and their importance in your practice.
Stretching and mindful breathing with slower focused poses held for longer periods of time (4-7 minutes) than the usual few breaths. Revitalize the body by increasing circulation to the organs and calm the nervous system through these breathing exercise and slow poses. This style allows breath and muscles to slow down and work together maximizing the muscle memory and increasing flexibility in a safe gentle way. Restorative poses help calm and energize you allowing your circulatory system to fully connect to your movements.
Strength & Balance
A more dynamic hatha style that focuses on classic postures and correct alignment in the body. holding the poses for a minute or two before transitioning to the next pose. This class style combines breath work with calm and focus to bring out your best inner balance. (* Please note this is not a beginner class)