6800 Gulfport Boulevard, Suite 205
South Pasadena, FL 33707

CLASS DESCRIPTIONS
  


Take your practice from the ground to the air! This 2-week class is designed for those who are new to Aerial Yoga but may feel overwhelmed at the idea of jumping into a class. You will learn how to stay safe in the hammock, how the hammock moves with you, and the basic moves that you will encounter in many of our Aerial/Flying Yoga classes. Vignettes of Flying Yoga – Series A will be introduced and practiced with each class featuring a different section of A. As we work our way towards savasana, you’ll wonder what kept you from doing Aerial Yoga sooner.

Clients must wear t-shirts with sleeves and pants below the knee. For the protection of the fabric and the student, no jewelry or zippers may be worn.

 


Come discover your playful side in this Aerial class using classic yoga postures on the Anti-gravity swing. Focus on core development and upper body strengthening while supporting body awareness and improving brain functionality. Fun & playful.

Clients must wear t-shirts with sleeves and pants below the knee. For the protection of the fabric and the student, no jewelry or zippers may be worn.

 
Barre is an intensive body shaping experience designed to produce reliable results and is influenced by classical and modern dance (though it is not a dance class) and utilizes a barre to achieve optimal positioning. The precision-oriented technique focuses mainly on small, isolated movements within deeply held and challenging postures. Barre is proven to increase metabolism, burn fat, and lengthen tight muscles. Beginners and intermediate levels.
 
This class combines barre and Pilates and packs all of that goodness into 50 minutes to get you in and out for a great mid-day break. The first half of the class offers movement from a typical barre class followed by Pilates mat work that is designed to strengthen and to assist you in your progress of your study of barre.
 
Mindful Fitness focusing on bootcamp-styled barre that will include cardio, core, and weights.
 
 
 
This restorative yoga practice makes yoga accessible to everyone using a chair for warm up then moves to the wall. You will practice postures that focus on lengthening/toning the muscles while improving flexibility, joint mobility, posture, balance, core strength and circulation. This slow-paced class is perfect for those who are challenged with sitting crossed legged, balance, low back, hips, knees, or chronic tension. We will focus the mind, breathe deeply and move gently to renew the mind, body and spirit.
 
Chair to Wall Yoga is also good for those who sit at a desk all day, athletes, and/or travelers who can learn how to relieve stress, tension, and weariness from the rigors of work, sports training or travel while improving circulation and maintaining energy. This is NOT your Grandmother’s chair class.

 
The same yoga postures can be used in many types of classes, but perhaps with different emphasis. Some may focus on flowing movement and others on breath. Some may offer physical challenges of both strength and balance, while still others will help gently calm a stressed body-mind.
This class combines these different aspects of yoga, not all at once, but with a changing emphasis as the class unfolds. These areas of focus are woven together by fundamental principles such as growing our range of motion in both body and mind, and observing your practice with less judgment and more kindness toward your Self.

Classic Yoga allows students of different experience levels to practice without comparison, providing options to make postures less or more challenging as appropriate for each student. Please join us for a new experience each time! All levels.
 

This class focuses on gently awakening the body, mind, and spirit through a variety of postures that are linked to the breath. The light-to-moderate playful flow is slow and meditative, fluid and heart-opening and builds internal warmth. The flow is followed by sequencing to continue to open and release. Just the right thing for starting off Sunday. New-to-yoga and advanced practitioners are welcome; yoga experience recommended. Accessible for most levels; intermediate intensity.
 
 
Fire is a more advanced Barre class adding cardio components into the workout. Barre experience required. Intermediate to advanced level.

Flying Restorative Yoga uses the silks and is gentle, meditative, and utilizes slow transitions. This approach is perfect for those with a lower fitness level or those who enjoy a class that gives you time to tune in at a deeper level. It offers accessibility to students with physical limitations and and compliments any practice by allowing the gentle opening of the hips and spine. No complete inversions are done. For your safety and the silk’s longevity, no jewelry or zippers.

 

This Aerial flow class is done on the silks and uses Flying Yoga – Series A as the basic structure of the class. It will take you on a journey of a flow class utilizing a yoga hammock to elevate you off the floor. Classic yoga poses will be explored and time will be given to work on perfecting your postures. Pace will be set for frequent flyers.

Clients must wear t-shirts with sleeves and pants below the knee. For the protection of the fabric and the student, no jewelry or zippers may be worn.

 

Top of your week with this $5 Drop In class and get your weekend started right. In this full balanced class you'll find everything you love about an open level yoga practice. Dynamic and vigorous vinyasa, challenging poses, breath work and meditation. Get yourself primed for the weekend groove to the tune of fun and uplifting music. This all levels class welcomes beginners to advanced students.
 
This enjoyable class includes gentle yoga followed by meditation. The first half of this class focuses on physical yoga postures in preparation for meditation. You will use sound, breath, silent and guided meditations. It will invigorate your mind and body in this holistic integration of mindful yoga. All levels of meditation practitioners are invited to join!
 

One of the most powerful, yet simple, self-awareness tools is guided imagery. It uses words and images to help move your attention away from the worry, stress and pain to help you find your own inner strength and creativity. This brings the natural powers of the mind into health and healing.
 
Through guided imagery you can learn to use your imagination to "create the state you want," meaning that you can actually change how you are feeling by changing your focus.

Hatha yoga is a powerful tool for self-transformation and a path toward creating balance. It asks us to bring our attention to our breath, which helps us to still the fluctuations of the mind and be more present in the unfolding of each moment. In our physical bodies we develop a balance of strength and flexibility. We also learn to balance our effort and surrender in each pose. These classes blend standing poses, seated/floor poses, meditation, and pranayama (breath exercises). This class may also include some active flow or sun salutations. These classes are the great place to find the perfect balance of strengthening and stretching. Some yoga experience recommended. Intermediate level.

This class starts with a light-to-moderately paced flow to build internal heat to open and warm the body in preparation for postures with longer holds. The flow is followed by a combination of yin and restorative postures designed to open and release. Accessible for most levels. Some yoga experience recommended.

Fascia is flexible, connective bands around and within muscles and cells, similar to the white webbing underneath the peel of an orange. Stress, trauma to the body, surgeries, and illness create tremendous pressure and/or chronic pain on the fascia system, muscles, and joints.

In this class we will use yoga postures, tools, and techniques to help you to release pressure in the fascia. We will create an environment for releasing the fascial tension for healthier, more relaxed movement in order to promote a sense of balance in the mind and body.

 

This hatha yoga class on the mat, uses safe modified yoga postures, to increase flexibility and strengthening postures with resistance to improve bone health. Posture improvement, alignment, core strength, and balance with movement that focuses on the back, hips and joints. Perfect for men and women, all ages.

*Already have Osteoporosis? Please get approval from your physician before taking this class.

Pilates is a system of exercises that engage the mind and condition the total body. The blend of strength and flexibility training improves posture, reduces stress and creates long, lean muscles without bulking up. Pilates takes a balanced approach so that no muscle group is overworked and the body moves as an efficient, holistic system in sport and daily activity.

Use the design of your body to help you through the movements in this workout designed to help you find your place of strength so you can maintain your alignment during each exercise.


This 60-minute Vinyasa flow class uses vigorous and creative sequences that will have you move quickly and/or employ long strong holds and is our express version of our Power75 class. Expect balancing, forward-bending, twists and more. The class is sweaty, challenging, and never the same twice. Come burn away calories, toxins, and stress. This class is recommended for those with yoga experience and not recommended for yogi beginners or those with injuries or special conditions because of its pace and strength.

 


This 75-minute Vinyasa flow class uses vigorous and creative sequences that will have you move quickly and/or employ long strong holds. Expect balancing, forward-bending, twists and so much more. The class is sweaty, challenging, and never the same twice. Come burn away calories, toxins, and stress. You will leave in the best of yoga stupors. Drive home carefully. This class is recommended for those with yoga experience and not recommended for yogi beginners or those with injuries or special conditions because of its pace and strength.
 
 
A restorative yoga practice can help you rest, reflect, and refresh. Some props may be used for a supported, restful practice to deeply nurture body and spirit. Restorative Yoga works to heal your body emotionally and physically. You may relish a restorative practice to help you sleep at night or when you simply need to unwind the body and mind completely. A variety of props will assist you in making you feel comfortable in this class. This class is suitable for anyone. All levels.
 

Restorative Flow is a combination of traditional restorative poses, some in a flow, and with emphasis on the constant flow of breath. Various yoga props will be utilized to support and release the physical body in supine poses. Basic standing poses are incorporated to build strength. We will explore a relaxing and restoring sequence combined with some meditation and “slowed-down” gentle transitions. Restorative flow aims to release tension and open fascia while also strengthening the body and mind to improve stress responses.
 
 
This class will give you an opportunity to relax the mind and body through gentle restorative postures. In addition, some of the postures will allow you to create a gentle release of fascial tension. See the Myofascial Release Yoga description.
 
 
This class is ideal for almost all levels of physical fitness - from the beginner to advanced, or younger to older student - or simply those seeking a more active lifestyle. As we allow ourselves to take our time in a slower-paced yoga practice, we find that our muscles become more supple, our breath deepens, enlivens, and invigorates, and our entire being shifts towards a state of greater balance.

Liberal use of yoga props will be demonstrated throughout the class. But since this is a moderately active and “flowing” style of yoga, if you are more physically fit or experienced you can forgo the use of some props and aim for a more challenging workout.
 
Stay at your own pace, do only what you feel comfortable with, use yoga props, and take breaks whenever YOU need them. Variations will be given for each posture so that the student can tailor the practice to his or her needs, abilities, or physical limitations. Intermediate intensity with some yoga experience recommended.
 
 
A Sound Bath is a deep meditative musical experience played with Himalayan singing bowls, Crystal bowls, gongs, tuning forks, shamanic drumming and chanting. Participants lay on the floor in savasana and let the waves of sound wash over them to experience what some proponents claim that sound bathing calms the overstimulated nervous systems and balances the subtle body. (Also known as the energetic body where our life force energy or prana exists) Sound bathing is said to work both the physical body and the subtle body to help heal depression, anxiety, chronic pain, insomnia. It also deepens meditation and sparks creativity.
 

This upbeat, creative yoga practice, seamlessly linking breath and movement, will keep you present as you learn to move gracefully in and out of poses. Utilizing Sun Salutations, strength building and connected movements, Vinyasa teaches us to cultivate an awareness that links each action to the next—on the mat and in our lives.. A stronger class for those wanting to boost their practice. Yoga experience recommended.
As TRX stands for 'total body resistance exercise,' it is aimed at developing your overall body muscles and strength. The exercises done are a balanced mix of high and low intensive workouts that focus on development of strength, agility and body stability simultaneously.
 
TRX is a strength, balance and mobility training system that leverages gravity and bodyweight. The TRX Plus class will focus on stability, flexibility and coordination to deliver a quick and effective total body workout. Training is complemented with targeted yoga stretches for a balanced program that offers effective conditioning and proper recovery methods. Be prepared to sweat to upbeat music and strengthen in this lively and moderately paced class.
Yin
 
Emphasizing stillness, Yin Yoga is a complementary practice to more dynamic yoga styles. Students will passively hold postures for several minutes in order to place a safe and positive stress on the deep connective tissue. It restores and maintains the natural mobility of the joints and opens the body’s meridian system, which helps to support emotional equilibrium. All levels.
 

Yoga and movement can enhance quality of life as a complement to medical treatments. In this mat yoga class, you can learn how to relieve some common side effects, during and after cancer treatments. We will focus the mind, breathe deeply and move gently to renew the mind, body and spirit.
 
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