Your RecSports Guide to Yoga Styles

Power Flow Yoga

Power Flow Yoga combines Pranayama (breathwork) and strength-based Vinyasa flow practice to build heat in the body and help you get closer to attempting more advanced yoga poses. Modifications and props are used heavily to make this class accessible for all levels!

Athletic Flow Yoga

Athletic Flow Yoga is your opportunity to incorporate some “yoga conditioning,” or a little more intensity into your practice. Work towards developing strength and endurance, and explore the relationship of breath alongside movement. Some yoga experience is recommended.

Vinyasa Yoga

Vinyasa Yoga is a full-body workout designed to help you maintain a healthy body, improve your metabolism, teach you to move with your breath, and develop mind-body awareness. This style of yoga is fast-paced and incorporates dynamic movements with modifications at every pose.

Holistic Yoga

Come as you are and observe the interconnectedness of your body, mind, emotions, and spirit in practicing Holistic Yoga. This inclusive practice will teach you about yoga as a way of life, and the ways that yoga mirrors life through Asanas (poses), Pranayama (breathwork), meditation, and more.

Yin Yoga

Yin Yoga focuses on strengthening and lengthening your deep connective tissues. This practice is slow-paced and incorporates meditation and deep stretches into each session to teach you how to work with discomfort and foster mind-body awareness.

Yoga & Meditation

Yoga & Meditation is a class designed to combine the benefits of a physical yoga practice with the calming and stress-relieving benefits of meditation. Meditation is designed to relax the nervous system and create a clear and open headspace, so you can expect to leave this class feeling good in your body and mind!

YinYasa Yoga

This class combines the strengthening and dynamic aspects of Vinyasa Yoga with the restorative and relaxing aspects of Restorative and Yin Yoga. During this practice, you’ll enjoy a creative flow to build heat in the body that also dedicates a good portion of time to softening and relaxing in restorative poses.

Yoga Fundamentals

This class will enable you to understand the basics of movement and transitions in yoga, as well as assist you in developing a mind-body connection and practicing down-regulation of the nervous system.

Meditation for Joy

Meditation is a practice that will calm the mind, regulate breathing, and can assist with anxiety. This class will help you learn techniques to control attention and achieve mental and emotional stability, with an emphasis on cultivating joy in your everyday life.



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