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Active and Centered Flow With Ever Leon

Tuesdays & Thursdays, 8:15-9:15am

Ever’s new class, Active and Centered Flow, is just that. An opportunity to use movement as meditation. A chance to begin the day rooted in the warmth and equilibrium that a practice focused on alignment, balance, and space delivers. Begin your day with an hour that includes meditation, a confidence building warm-up sequence, an active flow and, finally, restorative postures and asana. 

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Day Centering with Lynn Heinrichs

Tuesdays & Thursdays days, 12:00-1:00pm

One hour, 60 minutes, 3600 seconds... How will you use this time in the middle of your day to reset and refresh your mind, body, breath and spirit? Join Lynn as she mindfully guides you to release the distractions of your morning and reset with refreshened resolve to enter into the second half of your day. Create space in the center of your day to center and pause. The intermission of respite you gift yourself will bring awareness to your entire being as you breathe, move and relax. Available to yogis from all levels of experience.

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Slow Glow with Ann Le

Mondays & Wednesdays, 7:30-8:45pm

Intended to allow the contents of the day to fade, where the soft glow from within comes into focus. Wind down with a light evening practice of warming movements for all levels, deep breathing for rejuvenation, and contemplative moments. Join class for a point of reflection in-between your day and wherever you may journey to for the rest of your evening. 

 

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Mandala Flow with Misako Matsuoka

Fridays, 12-1pm

Mandala flow yoga is a dynamic circular movement practice that warms the core, releases tightness in the back and opens the hips. Mandala is the Sanskrit word for circle. Unlike vinyasa flow practices that are primarily linear and forward facing, in Mandala flow, we circulate organically in all directions. These circular and creative side to side movements mobilize and strengthen the feet and ankles.  From the feet, an upward spiral of motion flows into the hips and back, then ripples up the spine.