Schedule

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MONDAY
12:00 – 1:15pm      Jenn          Open Vinyasa
3:30 – 4:30pm        Darcie        Keiki Yoga ages (5-11yrs)
5:00 – 6:15pm        Kilty           Open Vinyasa
6:30 – 8:00pm        Kilty           Funky Flow (Lilly every 1st Monday)

TUESDAY

8:00 – 9:15am        Dusty         Yoga Basics
9:30 – 10:45am      Collette      Open Vinyasa
11:00 – 12:00pm    Coryba      Yoga 101
5:00 – 6:15pm        Collette      Restorative
6:30 – 8:00pm        Jenna Rae Hatha Flow

WEDNESDAY
12:00 – 1:15pm       Haley        Flow and Recharge
5:00 – 6:15pm         Darcie       Slow Flow with Yoga Nidra
6:30 – 8:00pm         Alana        Flow and Recharge

THURSDAY 
8:00 – 9:15am         Collette     Open Vinyasa
9:30 – 10:45am       Lauren      Happy Backs
11:00 – 12:00pm     Coryna     Yin Yang Flow

4:00 – 5:15pm         Sheila       Pau Hana Flow
5:30 – 6:45pm         Kara         Fluid Power
7:00 – 8:15pm         Cab          Therapeutic Alignment

FRIDAY
8:00 – 9:15am         Darcie       Energetic Vinyasa
9:30 – 10:45am       Lauren      Happy Backs
11:00 – 12:00pm     Dusty        Aloha Friday surf training

SATURDAY
8:00 – 9:15am         Collette     Restorative
9:30 – 10:45am       Darcie       Hatha Flow

SUNDAY
10:30-11:30am  Yoga Meditation & Philosophy Service***

***IMPORTANT: Held in the meditation chapel at the North Shore Silent Meditation Garden in Pupukea. Click link for map and directions:  www.silentmeditationgarden.org/


 

CLASS DESCRIPTIONS
Please contact us directly if you have any questions, concerns, are pregnant, have injuries or are new to yoga. We would love to help you find the right class.

Yoga Basics: Breakdown of the postures to help with alignment and understanding, helpful for  those new to yoga as well as more advanced students who wish to deepen their technique. Standing postures, some flow sequences, balances and floor postures all with hands-on adjustments. Great for beginners.

Deep Slow Flow with Yoga Nidra:
Deep slow flow classes are a combination of deeply held asanas, working on alignment, depth and breath as well as restorative postures where we will be finding deep stillness, ease and ultimate surrender. Together, this peace sadhana of Yin & Yang will focus on preparing the body and mind for a 20 min. Yoga Nidra (guided meditation, deep relaxation). Come experience yoga bliss!

Flow and Recharge: A class to re-ignite intentions and energy levels half-way through the week and throughout the day! Open to all levels of experience, beginners and advanced alike. In this class, you can expect a Vinyasa-based flow starting out slow and eventually working your way into sequences that will bring a sweat, all while focusing on the sacred link between breath and movement. Ending the practice with singing bowls or restorative props and a chance to sink into your mat to recharge, you’ll leave feeling more in tune, more balanced and much more open.

Fluid Power: Based on the teachings of Shiva Rea, Fluid Power is a fast moving vinyasa flow that encompasses your entire yoga mat. Besides a lot of side to side movement, you also move in a circular pattern. These full body movements build strength in the hips and help to tone the legs. In addition to that, the practice builds core strength. This is a sequence heavy class meaning that many postures will be linked together.

Funky Flow: A sweaty vinyasa class that will challenge you physically and ignite your inner glow.  Challenging postures are offered. Beware: Loud music!

Happy Backs: This is the perfect class for anyone who has chronic back pain or an outstanding injury. This class will safely stretch what is tight, strengthen what is weak and allow your body to perform everyday activities with more ease and less tension.  Yoga is meant to be a sustainable, life-long and enjoyable practice that ultimately unites the mind, body and soul. In order to make your yoga practice sustainable, we must learn how to create safe practices built on a solid understanding of anatomy and biomechanics and how they relate to movement and posture. This is a great way to balance your yoga practice and rid the body of aches, pains, as well as preventing, avoiding and healing injury.

Hatha Flow: A blend of movement and self-exploration, this Hatha yoga class will allow you to develop strength, flexibility, and presence while moving with your breath. Great for beginners as well as advanced students.

Keiki Yoga: Yoga Motion integrates yoga asana or stretching and strengthening postures with a mindfullness curiculum developed by Darcie Peck. These class sessions are designed to increase children’s self-esteem, awareness, coordination, patience and concentration. Children will learn how to warm up their bodies properly with exercises that emphasize breath work, flexibility and strength. They will experience many different yoga styles and movements that will further self-expression and creativity and we will be using meditation in movement props (flow arts) such as poi balls, hula hoops and fun yogic games to challenge the mind. We will also explore yogic philosophy, learning from the foundations of the 8 limbs of yoga (right action, asana, pranayama, relaxation techiniques and meditation). Yoga Motion will improve stress reduction, aid injury prevention, and enhance your child’s overall performance in school, sports and life.

Pau Hana Flow: Pau Hana Flow is a yoga class designed to give you a 2nd wind after a hard day’s work, or when you are needing a little late afternoon motivation! We will explore the hatha yoga practice through a graceful yet challenging asana flow linked to music. This class incorporates other aspects of the practice such as: pranayama techniques, strength based postures, guided meditations, and other key components of yoga philosophy.

Restorative: Injured? Stiff? Tired? Sore? Restore Relax and Renew yourself! This class is focused on restorative yoga postures, active relaxation, pranayama, and meditation. By supporting the body with props, we alternately stimulate and relax the body to move toward balance. All the postures create specific physiological responses which are beneficial to health and can reduce the effects of stress and dis-ease.

Therapeutic Alignment: Iyengar-based alignment meets yin/restorative yoga: this combination lengthens the spine, releases tension, stress and discomfort while activating tissues for strength and correct posture. Props are often used. Great for all types of people.

Open Vinyasa: All students welcome! No experience necessary. A dynamic practice linking breath and movement.  Vyayama (physical discipline), and asana (physical postures) are connected to create meditation in motion. Classes include verbal instruction, hands-on adjustments, demonstrations and basic principles of yoga philosophy. This invigorating practice will develop strength, stamina, and flexibility and will often leave the practitioner with an overall sense of well-being.

Energetic Vinyasa: A full-spectrum approach to embodying the flow of yoga created by Shiva Rea. Students of all levels are empowered to experience prana – the universal source of breath, life-energy and conscious intelligence – as the navigating source of yoga practice and vital living. Experience innovating approaches to vinyasa yoga and the state of flow within the rhythm of class. All levels welcome.

Yoga 101 Flow: This class is a slow moving flow class, a breath to movement vinyasa that takes time to break the poses down and understand them more thoroughly throughout our body. Using props and offering tons of modifications, this class is wonderful for beginners wanting to understand basic poses and grow their practice. The tone is strengthening yet peaceful.

Yin Yang Flow: Yin Yang Flow is a class aimed at finding our own personal balance between movement and stillness. It begins and moves into a juicy warm-up where students target the areas that are feeling stuck, stale, or stagnant (e.g., shoulders, neck, and hips). Then the class moves through a flow incorporating strength and balancing poses which slowly transitions into longer yin poses. The goal of the class is to incorporate movement within stillness and stillness within movement, and the balance in between. Great for all levels: beginners are always welcome!