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Class Descriptions 

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Rest and rejuvenate with extremely comfortable, long-held postures supported by props. There are no active poses in this deeply nourishing style of yoga and the emphasis is on relaxing, rather than stretching. Review individual class descriptions to see what (if any) props are necessary. Good for all levels of practice.

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Enjoy a faster paced flow practice designed to help you exercise your body and mind. This is the most active of all my classes and is geared toward those who have some experience with yoga. More advanced asanas may be offered, but as with all of my classes, you will always be encouraged to listen to your body and go at your own pace.

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Soothe your sensitive nervous system with a gentle and calming practice for the mind & body. Although there may be a few standing poses, this class focuses on postures close to the ground and ends with an extended relaxation. This is a great class if you are low energy but still want to do some movement. Good for all levels of practice.

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Take a break from the busyness of life with these simple and quick stress relief practices. Techniques include breathing exercises, guided meditations, short yoga sequences, self-massage and more. Let go of stress in 10 minutes or less. 

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Enjoy a slow flow practice in my signature style, designed to help move energy, release stress and find peace in the present moment. While this is a more active practice than gentle yoga, you will always be encouraged to go at your own pace. Some experience with yoga is helpful. 

Yin

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COMING SOON: Enjoy long held passive stretches that target the deep connective tissues of the body. This is a contemplative and calming practice with poses generally held from 3-5 minutes. While often very relaxing, the duration of the of the holds can become intense. You are always welcome to come out of the pose early if needed.

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