|About||When body, mind, and breath unite in complete relaxation, and you are quiet, and satisfied. That is the promise of Restorative Yoga. A sweet, rare moment of pure bliss. The "Aaaaaaaah....." moment....|
Restorative Yoga, Mondays at 6:30PM
When body, mind, and breath unite in complete relaxation, and you are quiet, and satisfied.... That is the promise of Restorative Yoga. A sweet, rare moment of pure bliss. The "Aaaaaaaah....." moment....
Yoga Journeys is a new offerring, a 6 week class meant to help each practitioners deepen their personal home practice. It is an open class, in which practitioners are urged to follow their own inner wisdom...It is flexible depending upon the needs and interests of those in attendance..Depending on the practicioners' backgrounds, a session may include Restorative, Hatha and Iyengar forms.
Restorative yoga is a practice of sustained supported yoga asanas, combined with meditation and pranayama (breath work). The key to restorative yoga's beneficial effects on the body, spirit and mind come from triggering the parasympathetic nervous system, which is responsible for balancing the body. As a consequence, practicing restorative yoga a lower heart rate and blood pressure,helps stimulate your immune and endocrine systems, deeply relaxes the muscles and quiets the nervous system.
Restorative Prenatal additionally helps to nurture and nourish the connection between mother and baby, and prepare the body for labor and birth. In addition, the practice of deep breathing in supported poses naturally enhances the intake of oxygen and release of toxins, nourishing your baby and you, relieving pressure in your back, knees, and hips, and gently creating space in the pelvis in preparation for giving birth, and in the womb, for baby to stretch and comfortably reposition.
Restorative Back Care calms and quiets of the nervous system, and deeply relaxes the muscles along the length of the spine. Combined with a very gentle supported poses which lengthen the spine and create space between the inter-vertebral disks, and deep breathing which serves to nourish the blood and synovial with oxygen and nutrients, which serve to relieve pressure on and r