An active and athletic style of yoga adapted from the traditional ashtanga system in the late 1980s to appeal to aerobic-crazed Westerners.
Power yoga doesn’t stick to the same sequence of poses each time, so the style varies depending on the teacher.
Gentle Flow: Perfect for beginners who are looking to build up strength and stamina.
Power Flow: Perfect for advanced yogi's looking to build up EXTREME heat. All levels are welcomed here too as we do give plenty of modification options.
Yin and Yang are the Taoist concepts which describe the two relative qualities present in everything. Yin is more internal, passive, cooling and downward. While Yang is more external, dynamic, warming and upward.
When these terms are applied to yoga, Yin Yoga is a slower practice where poses are passively held for longer, working on the deep, dense (Yin) connective tissues and joints in the body. Yang Yoga in contrast refers to a more active practice working on the (Yang) muscles and blood flow, building strength, stamina and flexibility. Yang styles of yoga are those with rhythm and repetition like Vinyasa Flow.
Yin/Yang: Great for all levels looking to get a nice workout as well as finding the mind, body and spirit connection.
Less work, more relaxation. You’ll spend as much as 20 minutes each in just four or five simple poses (often they’re modifications of standard asanas) using strategically placed props like blankets, bolsters, and pillows to help you sink into deep relaxation. There’s also psychic cleansing: the mind goes to mush and you feel brand new. It’s something like group nap time for grownups.
Yin/Restorative: Great for those looking for a more meditative state in their practice.