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Class Information & Description
Slow Flow and Restorative class description:
Slow flow is the physical practice of yoga while restorative holds poses for approximately 5 minutes. Slow flow allows you to connect deeply to your breath and stay in postures long enough to become acutely aware of their sensations. Restorative yoga typically involves three to five poses, supported by props that allow you to completely relax and rest. These poses can include light twists, seated forward folds, heart and shoulder openers, hips, and gentle back bends. This practice includes guided meditation for relaxation and inner peace.
Beginner Yoga Flow
The slower pace of this class allows time to modify each posture to best suit your body. This class is an ideal choice for anyone looking to develop a practice of consciousness, mindful movement with some support – from seniors to pregnant women to world-class athletes. We all need to take it easy sometimes, so be bold and go gently. Your body will thank you.
My yoga journey began back in 2010, when I joined a yoga class at the club. The beautiful yogi helped guide me to open the heart and quiet the monkey mind. With a soothing tone and connected asanas, she spoke about being in the present and that the present is a gift. Throughout the days, that quote resonated with me. Whenever that yogi taught a class, I was in it drinking in the love. During one class, the yogi was not there and it was 10 minutes into class. I laid in savasana thinking that I should rise and guide the class because these yogis made it a priority to be there. Slowly, I rose and introduced myself, saying that I would be their yoga instructor today. The frazzled yogi came in minutes after I began. She hugged me and with a kiss on the cheek, graciously thanked me for stepping up. It was then that I knew that being a yoga instructor was my calling. Yoga is the union of mind, body, and spirit. My promise is that I will always hold true to the integrity of building a yoga community in the classroom. Namaste