Flowtion is the evolution of a lifestyle that balances physical, mental, nutritional, and core priorities of one’s life. Flowtion equally blends two words vital to a healthy life: flow and motion. Through this, we wanted to enable anyone who practices with us, a rejuvenating full-body experience. 

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(Class Schedule reduced for Summer. More classes in September)

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Class Description

In this class you will find all aspects of a traditional and complete practice: breathing exercises, a sequence of poses to revitalize the physical body, stretching and deep relaxation at the end of the class.

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An intentionally sequenced flow class that offers a challenge for all levels. After linking movement with focus and breath, take time to settle into the stillness within. This interruption patters of tension and stress allow feelings of integration and ease to follow you off your matt.

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A style of yoga that revitalizes the body and mind using the assistance of props while resting on your mat. This class facilitates a deep awareness and relaxation through longer holds, gentle movement and breathing exercises. Research shows that this restorative approach is beneficial to balance a more active practice, helps you decompress after a stressful day and/or can decrease symptoms of anxiety  and depression in individuals dealing with many forms of pain.

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A slower paced  class that balances stretching, strengthening exercises without putting body weight on knees or hands, breath awareness and relaxation.

This class is all about balance. Yin Yang blends two styles of yoga into one practice, bringing together the benefits of long, relaxed holds with a more dynamic sequence.

Yin is a slower practice where poses are held for a longer period of time. It works on deep connective tissues and joints in the body.

Yang, in contrast, refers to a more active practice. It works on building strength, stamina and flexibility.

We use soft props, gentle movement , stretching and breathing exercises to release deep held muscular tension. You will experience a full body release to help you focus and sleep better.

Our lower back has fewer vertebrae than the neck and mid back, yet they do a lot of heavy lifting during our lives. They bear the weight of our upper body and, it’s a central point that experiences a lot of movement and stress. This class will focus on strengthening the core/glutes, increase flexibility through passive and active stretches, breath work and the use of specific equipment to release deep held muscular tension.
Each week we will focus on a body part:
Week 1 – neck/upper back
Week 2 – shoulders must rotate to do anything well
Week 3 – lower back, lower pain
Week 4 – Twisting and core
Week 5 – Hips need to move in every direction
Week 6 – Ankle & Foot
Week 7 – Forward Fold & Restore
Week 8 – Full integration
A more meditative approach to yoga, Yin Yoga poses apply moderate stress to the connective tissues of the body—the tendons, fasciae, and ligaments—with the aim of increasing circulation in the joints and improving flexibility.
Yin Yoga involves variations of seated and supine poses.

Seniors Yoga Level 1 is performed using a chair, blocks, blankets, straps, pillows and a wall (all provided by the studio).

A slow paced class for individuals who experience joint pain, arthritis, restrictions with mobility, imbalances and/or other physical limitations.

The interaction and social component of this class helps improve a sense of wellbeing and belonging.

Seniors Yoga Level 2 is an excellent way to reduce the risk of falling. Its slow, gentle, mindful movements, strengthening poses and focused breathing help you improve your balance, flexibility, stability and strength.

Most of the poses are done on the floor with the support of blocks, straps, bolsters and other props. These props allow seniors to find comfort on the ground.

Every person has access to a wall to support balancing poses.

A flow class that bridges breath and movement allowing the body to find its own flow. Warming up with slow, gentle movements, we then build momentum as the class progresses.
The class will end with Sound bath. Singing bowls are believed to calm the mind by entraining the brain’s electrical impulses to mimic those found in states of meditation, relaxation or deep concentration.

Pilates is a form of exercise which concentrates on strengthening the body with an emphasis on core strength. You will develop a stronger core and abs, joint mobility and stability for better functional movement. Utilizing various props is an enjoyable way to build better neuromuscular connections.

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