Practice with Me
5:45pm-6:45pm. Elemental Basics. Hagoyah.
7:30pm-8:45pm. Vinyasa Flow. Westport Yoga.
12:00pm-1:00pm. Vinyasa Flow. Westport Yoga.
6pm-7:15pm. Hatha. Karma Tribe Yoga.
7:30pm-8:30pm. Restorative. Karma Tribe Yoga.
12:00pm-1:00pm. Yin. Westport Yoga.
5:45pm-6:45pm. Hot-Box-Detox. Hagoyah.
10:45am-11:45am. Yin. Lotus Yoga.
1:00pm-2:15pm. Vinyasa Flow. Karma Tribe Yoga.
6pm-7:15pm. Yin. Westport Yoga.
A gentle practice in which we utilize props to support ourselves so we can remain for 10-15 minutes comfortable. Receives stress, calms the nervous system, great for soothing anxiety and treating insomnia. It’s even OK to fall asleep!
More of a mental and emotional practice. We remain in poses fora minimum of 2-3 minutes, targeting the deep connective tissue. This healing practice creates permanent flexibility in your joints, is a healthy mental challenge and is emotionally detoxifying. Props are provided for optional use so that you can move through a safe and accessible practice.
In Sanskrit, Hatha means “hot sun, cool moon”, or union of opposites. All forms of physical yoga are types of Hatha yoga. I like teach a class labeled “Hatha” as a back to basics for all levels of practitioners. Back to basics does not mean easy! In fact, it can be more difficult for you (physically, mentally and emotionally!) to sit with yourself for longer than a few breaths if you are use to a more fast paced practice. I offer classical yoga postures (asana) and help you to find healthy alignment in YOUR body so that you can practice long into old age!
Vinyasa yoga is an energetic type of Hatha yoga in which breath is linked with movement. I teach from the ground up, giving you the tools you need to cultivate a strong and safe practice. We build each flow, really feel our poses, and then explore a little bit of free flow. This is a great opportunity to start becoming more comfortable in your own skin. Class winds down with Yin and Restorative poses, a chance to do some deep inner work.
Each class has a different theme and focus. You never know what you’re gonna get, but it will always be just what you need. A great practice for breaking out of old, habitual thought patterns and opening yourself to new possibilities. I always teach this style to the book ends: beginners and seasoned practitioners alike, there is a space for you in my class!
This is a style of Vinyasa Flow in a hot room. I keep the room between 85-90 degrees. This is a more vigorous practice and a healthy challenge for all levels of practitioners. Modifications and progressions offered. Helpful tip- plan ahead and be prepared for this class! Don’t eat 2-3 hours before class to avoid stomach issues, get plenty of rest the night before and come to class hydrated. Practice smart and leave class feeling energized, not depleted!