Ashtanga Modified Primary
Come challenge yourself in this dynamic, vigorous class based on the ancient discipline of Ashtanga yoga. You will move continuously through a set sequence of postures, paying close attention to linking your breath with your movements. The instructor will offer modifications to make the class more accessible to beginners and more challenging for experienced students. Everyone will enjoy the benefits of increased strength, flexibility, and cardiovascular fitness, improved focus and a quieter mind. Appropriate for students with previous yoga experience.
Barre is Pilates and dance amplified. It brings in elements of dance, ballet and Pilates to create an adrenaline-fueled workout that strengthens, lengthens and chisels the body. Each class features an elegant yet energetic combination of movements that enhance flexibility, improve balance, and challenge the core.
This class is a beautiful blend of flexibility, meditative and endurance movement to help expand and deepen your practice. You’ll focus on yoga postures that will strengthen your body and bring tranquility to your mind simultaneously. Fusion Flow is a class that allows for personal growth and discovery by moving into postures that are both guided and free flowing. Enjoy moments of freedom during your practice, by allowing your body to explore its boundaries to motivating music…at your own pace and your own breath. Fusion Flow is the perfect combination of music, flow and strength to end your day.
A wonderful class for beginners but also a perfect opportunity for experienced yogis to return to the basics. Angela will encourage you to explore the energy and sensation you feel throughout practice to become more closely attuned to your own body. Class will end with a deeply calming, satisfying relaxation (savasana) and breath practices (pranayama). Appropriate for anyone who has had any previous yoga experience.
Get Up and Flow
A great way to start your day! This Vinyasa Flow class will get your body and mind ready for the day ahead. The alarm will be early but don’t hit snooze – you’ll be so glad you came!
Heated Power Sculpt
Set to exciting music, this high intensity and dynamic class will challenge you and make you want to move! Build muscle and boost your energy as you migrate through a variety of yoga postures that will leave you feeling empowered. Heated Power Jam is a time to push your boundaries and have a great time with your fellow yogis!
This fun and engaging class empowers children to develop a deeper sense of body awareness, strength, flexibility, coordination, self-exploration and interpersonal skills. Creative music and sequences include yoga poses, breathing exercises, relaxation, partner poses and cooperative games. Yoga themes and concepts are creatively woven throughout the class to help children learn life skills as they have fun moving their bodies and exploring the practice of yoga. The teacher, Lauren Greenspan, is a licensed school counselor and registered yoga teacher. She integrates her training in education, mental health and yoga to implement evidence-based yoga practices to promote self-awareness, self care and stress management in children. Ages 4-7. (Contact us if you have questions about the age range or have a child close these ages who wants to join in). Drop-ins are welcome.
Little Sprouts Yoga
Now your 2-4 year old little sprouts and a parent or caregiver can join the fun while learning valuable skills and lessons in a class for this very special age group! This fun and engaging class empowers children to develop a deeper sense of body awareness, strength, flexibility, coordination, self-exploration and interpersonal skills. Creative music and sequences include yoga poses, breathing exercises, relaxation, partner poses and cooperative games. Yoga themes and concepts are creatively woven throughout the class to help children learn life skills as they have fun moving their bodies and exploring the practice of yoga. Ages 2-4, with parent or caregiver. Drop-ins are welcome.
Please note: this class is a 4-week series offered several times throughout the year. The current series is being taught at Piccadilly on Main Street by Bexley Yoga instructor, Kris Tann.
Mat Pilates is a class that moves through the classical mat Pilates exercises with ease and efficiency. This class offers a safe environment where students can expect to strengthen their core, gain flexibility, coordination, balance and breath awareness. All levels are welcome as there are variations to make each exercise more or less challenging. Anna views Pilates as a fundamental to all physical practices and believes it can change the way you move and feel through every day life.
A wonderful gift for expectant mothers and their babies! Join this safe, nurturing class that emphasizes relaxation and imagery, teaches focus and breathing for labor and delivery, and builds strength and flexibility (essential for early motherhood)! Connect with other moms-to-be in our community and share your pregnancy and motherhood experiences and wisdom. Appropriate for all levels.
Please note: this class is a 6-week series offered several times throughout the year.
Rebalance your body and nervous system with mindful movement, breathing exercises, relaxation and therapy balls for the hands and feet plus techniques to release the low back and neck.
Saturday Morning Fever
This athletic Vinyasa Flow class will work you out and tune you up. Come to sweat, push yourself, gain strength, flexibility and focus…then relax for a much deserved savasana. All levels welcome. Some yoga experience recommended.
During this class, “tweens” will learn techniques for coping with the unique issues they’re faced with every day. Participants will engage in a fusion of yoga postures, music, breath-work, partner and group poses and activities, reflection, relaxation and guided discussion of yoga concepts. The class is designed to be fun, fluid and respectful of the individual abilities of each participant. The teacher, Lauren Greenspan, is a licensed school counselor and registered yoga teacher and integrates her training in education, mental health and yoga to implement evidence-based yoga practices to promote self-awareness, self care and stress management in youth. Ages 7-12. (Contact us if you have questions about the age range). Drop-ins are welcome.
The Very Basics-Yoga Demystified and Untangled
A true introduction to yoga for those who have never done yoga before (or for whom it is a distant memory). This 4-week series includes fundamentals of breath awareness, proper and safe alignment in beginner yoga poses, and guidance through deep relaxation. Students learn proper technique for moving between poses as well as modifications to make all poses accessible, comfortable and safe. This is a unique opportunity to learn the basic principles of yoga and build a foundation for your own yoga practice that will serve you for a lifetime. It is also an excellent opportunity for more experienced yogis to return to the basics.
To take this class, you must be able to get down to and up from the floor…it doesn’t have to be pretty and there are no other expectations, except a desire to learn. Don’t be afraid to try!
Please note: this class is a 4-week series offered several times throughout the year.
Find deep relaxation in this class designed to provide a safe place to disconnect from the frenetic activity of daily life. Calm your nervous system, deepen your self-awareness, and come away with a clearer mind and happier body. Teachers will use a combination of relaxing poses, yoga props, and guided meditation. Essential oils and some massage may also be employed. Unplug, unwind…and understand you a little better. Appropriate for all students.
In this varied, creative approach to yoga, students are encouraged to listen to their bodies when moving into and holding poses. The philosophy of this style is that yoga should serve the student, the student should not serve the yoga. Appropriate for level 1 beginners or higher.
Vinyasa is a style of yoga that links movement into and out of poses (asanas) to the breath (pranayama) and flows smoothly between different poses in a kind of “dance”. Vinyasa classes build strength, endurance, flexibility, balance and mindfulness. Various levels of difficulty are offered and some classes will be held in heated rooms (check our schedule). Each teacher will set their class to music of their choice and infuse the instruction with their own unique style, creative sequencing, and personality.
Yin yoga is a slow-paced style of yoga with postures, or asanas, that are held for longer periods of time— it may range from 45 seconds to two minutes to five minutes. Yin yoga poses apply moderate stress to the connective tissues of the body—the tendons, fascia, and ligaments—with the aim of increasing circulation in the joints and improving flexibility. A more meditative approach to yoga, yin aims at cultivating awareness of inner silence, and bringing to light a universal, interconnecting quality.