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Yin Rastore w/ Candlelight

Yin Rastore w/ Candlelight

Yin RAstore offers the benefits of yin yoga and restorative yoga. Combining these two styles together will lead you to an invigorated body and a calmed mind. Each class starts with the practice of yin, a form of stretching that brings stimulation to the fascia and joints of the body through holding postures and utilizing props to help hold the body in an intense yet stable position. The latter portion of class will integrate restorative yoga, a practice in which the body is placed in comfortable and fully supported postures so the nervous system can fully open and relax.
Yin RaStore (Babysitting Available)

Yin RaStore (Babysitting Available)

A class of both active and inactive stretching, Yin RAstore offers both the physical benefits of yin yoga and the mental benefits of restorative yoga. Combining these two styles together will lead you to an invigorated body and a calmed mind. Each class starts with the practice of yin, a form of stretching that brings stimulation to the fascia and joints of the body through holding postures and utilizing props to help hold the body in an intense yet stable position.
Hot Ra (Babysitting Available)

Hot Ra (Babysitting Available)

This is an introductory class to our Hot Ra series. Students are led through a set series of poses. While encouraging students to hold these postures from 30-60 seconds, teachers will explain the benefits and proper alignment for every level, beginner to advanced. This class is great for any student trying heat for the first time, as well as the dedicated hot yoga practitioner.
Ra Vinyasa Level 2 - Non Heated

Ra Vinyasa Level 2 - Non Heated

Ra Vinyasa Level 2 is a continuation class for the Level 1 course focusing on refining the poses and building endurance in the body. It will offer a balance of strength, flexibility, and endurance to challenge the fitness enthusiast.
Yin RaStore

Yin RaStore

Yin RAstore offers the benefits of yin yoga and restorative yoga. Combining these two styles together will lead you to an invigorated body and a calmed mind. Each class starts with the practice of yin, a form of stretching that brings stimulation to the fascia and joints of the body through holding postures and utilizing props to help hold the body in an intense yet stable position. The latter portion of class will integrate restorative yoga, a practice in which the body is placed in comfortable and fully supported postures so the nervous system can fully open and relax.
Hot Ra

Hot Ra

This class is great for any student trying heat for the first time, as well as the dedicated hot yoga practitioner. While encouraging students to hold these postures from 30-60 seconds, teachers will explain the benefits and proper alignment for every level, beginner to advanced. Learn to improve mental endurance and flexibility, while detoxifying your body. This sequence is designed to systematically open the body while stimulating digestion and massaging organs and lymph. This class style is a set series.
Hot Ra - Candlelit

Hot Ra - Candlelit

This class is great for students who are familiar with our Hot Ra series, but who are looking to take their practice to a more advanced level. Practiced in a heated environment, students are encouraged to hold postures from 30-60 seconds to build mental endurance and improve flexibility. While detoxifying the body, this sequence is designed to systematically open the body from outside in, working muscles, joints, thyroid gland, digestive system, internal organs, and lymph nodes.
Sacred Sound Healing and Meditation class

Sacred Sound Healing and Meditation class

Emerge into the sounds of the Sacred Gongs, Tibetan bowls, Crystal bowls, chimes, drum, and other sound modalities. Sound healing can improve and transform physical and emotional states. It can repair cells of the body, restore balance, and create spontaneous healing to a person's whole being, bringing a sense of tranquility and calmness. Sound healing is an invitation to connect your body, heart, and spirit as one universal life force.
As everything in nature is in a state of vibration, thus, sound can be understood as that vibration.

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