Level 1 class

    Photo: Ed Fausty

  • The Level 1 class introduces students to the foundation of hatha yoga (poses), pranayama (breathing techniques), and meditation. Students learn basic yoga poses with emphasis on alignment and ease as well as breathing techniques to de-stress the body and mind. Class ends with deep relaxation and a short meditation. The asanas, pranayama and meditation all help to promote an overall sense of well-being, physical strengthening, mental/emotional calm and focus.
  • The Level 2 is a bridge to a more advanced practice. The Level 2 helps build endurance and strength and introduces students to a wider variety of poses.
  • The Express class is a sixty minute yoga class with all the essentials: poses for stretch, strength and balance - and, of course, relaxation.
    Therapeutic Stretch class

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  • The Restorative class offers plenty of quiet time to recharge the body and mind. A restorative pose is different from the typical yoga pose in that it is usually held for 10 to 15 minutes. We use a variety of props to support the body in passive, optimal alignment for deep release of tense, overworked muscles. Students get a sustained stretch in supported backbends, forward bends, inversions, and twists. These long quiet stretches also help improve digestion, circulation, and balance of the endocrine and nervous systems. The immediate effect is usually increased physical energy and mental alertness, balanced emotional state, and deeper sleep. This class is beneficial for anyone looking for stress relief: beginner to advanced, prenatal and postnatal.
    Slow Stretch

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  • The Slow Stretch class is open to students of all ages, new to yoga, or seasoned practitioners. In this class, instructors with advanced training teach yoga poses at a slower pace than Level 1 and carefully work on alignment with isometrics. The goal is to create physical and mental balance and to relieve pain and stress. Yoga props—blocks, straps, bolsters, and weights—are used as stretching aids. This class is good for people who experience discomfort from injury, tight muscles, back problems, or numerous chronic conditions. This could also be a good starter class for our Level 1 Yoga.
  • Sun of Awareness Sangha
    Sundays, 9:00-10:30 am
    Student Led
    by donation

    We practice mindfulness meditation in the tradition of Zen master Thich Nhat Hanh but we are open to all traditions and affiliations.

    Cultivating mindfulness means paying attention to what is going on inside of us and around us. Too often we live in forgetfulness - our body is in one place but our mind is lost somewhere else. Mindfulness generates awareness. Awareness builds concentration. Concentration leads to insight.

    When we bring mindfulness into our everyday life - to our thoughts, emotions, speech and actions - we are able to embrace all aspects of our selves, better able to deal with anger and other negative emotions and can experience life more fully. For more information, contact Tiina at or Rob,

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