CLASSES

CLASSES 2018-01-12T20:53:04+00:00



YOGA & MOVEMENT CLASS SCHEDULE [click here for PDF]

Suggested donation: $5 (not required but please let us know if you don’t plan to contribute, never be ashamed, it’s all good) : For questions text or call Veazey (913) 701-7733

ALL Yoga Classes (Except Tuesday & Thursday Morning) Will Be Located at Great Life: 1800 S Marymount Rd, Salina, KS 67401

SUNDAY

10:30–11:45am

Mindful Strength Hatha Yoga

 

4–5:15pm

Yin Yoga: Deep Stretch & Relaxation

MONDAY

8–9:15am

PWM: Slow Burn Yoga

 

6:30–7:45pm

Ashtanga Yoga

TUESDAY

5:15–6:15am

PWM: Cuss & Burn Yoga $10 @ Salina Nutrition

 

6–7:15pm

Mindful Strength Hatha Yoga

WEDNESDAY

12–1pm

Mindful Strength Hatha Yoga

 

5:30–6:30pm

Power Vinyasa Yoga Flow

 

6:45–7:45pm

Yin Yoga: Deep Stretch & Relaxation

THURSDAY

5:15–6:15am

PWM: Slow Burn Yoga $10 @ Salina Nutrition

 

6–7:15pm

Freestyle Vinyasa Yoga Flow

FRIDAY

8:00–9:15am

Freestyle Vinyasa Flow

 

12–1pm

Yin Yoga: Deep Stretch & Relaxation

SATURDAY

9–10:15am

Power Vinyasa Flow

 

10:30–11:30am

Yin + Yang: Slow Yoga Flow & Deep Stretch

*Scroll Down For Class Decriptions

ALL LEVEL Classes For Newbies, Beginners, Seasoned Yogis, and Advanced Practitioners

Each class requires a different level of active energy which is a good indication of how much effort it requires BUT any class can be modified to be an ALL LEVELS class. It’s always best to get used to the basics in a slower class first but you are welcome to jump in anywhere at anytime and just do what you can. Watch for workshops breaking down important yoga intel to help advance your practice along. Make sure to read the class description before attempting a class for the first time.

IF YOU’RE NEW OR A BEGINNER

For a slower moving yoga practice that will get you familiar with the common poses and language, attend ‘Yin + Yang: Slow Yoga Flow & Deep Stretch’. To use yoga for a time of meditation and relaxation attend a ‘Yin Yoga’ class; great for beginners and advanced practitioners alike.

LOOKING FOR A MORE VIGOROUS, ADVANCED FLOW?

If you’re feeling up for a challenge, try out the high energy classes like Power Vinyasa, Ashtanga, Slow Burn, or Cuss & Burn. Freestyle Vinyasa is a practice that can be modified to be gentler or modified to be more intense so it’s great for ALL LEVELS even though it’s more vigorous.

If you see photos or videos from classes and you feel discouraged or intimidated, try to take a closer look. Often times the videos are sped up like 30+ minutes in a few seconds. If you look closely at the people in the videos, you’ll see the truth, everyone is at a different place in their yoga practice, everyone has different abilities, everyone chooses what they should and shouldn’t do, everyone is perfect exactly as they are, exactly where they are, including you too.

CLASS DESCRIPTIONS

“PWM” – PRACTICE WITH ME CLASSES

These classes are created specifically with the instructor in mind. Instructors need to get their own practice in too, and sometimes, it’s fun to share our practices with you. Join our teachers as they lead the way through something they’ve been wanting to work on or flow through. Sometimes there will be something special planned and sometimes the teacher will just come up with a flow on the spot, so expect the unexpected. In these classes the cues will be fewer and you won’t be carefully watched, so this may seem like a more independent practice.

Yin Yoga: Deep Stretch & Relaxation

Yoga for the mind, body and soul… well that’s like… all yoga — but this kind is soooo goooooood. It’s like adult nap time, plus some deeeeeep stretches. If you have body or back pain, it’s a nice way to move gently instead of vigorously for a change. It’s a very still practice so, it’s great practice for the mind and meditation.

Ashtanga Yoga

This is a powerful, healing practice made up of a specific sequence of postures (asanas) linking breath (pranayama) and movement (vinyasa.) Ashtanga is an athletic flow combining strength, flexibility and stamina for a complete practice. Prepare to work hard, to sweat, and to move in this 75 minute yoga flow.

Mindful Strength Hatha Yoga

Hold your body up with grace in this class. Stay focused on purposeful, mindful control of the body and it’s movements. Stick with it, do your best, and your body might feel fantastic if you succeed. If you feel unsure about what to do, don’t worry, we have great teachers there to guide you.

Slow Burn Yoga

Feel the burn and breathe through it in this playful but challenging flow. Expect Kundalini pranayama, long-held postures, arm balancing, & inversions (getting up-side-down). Expect to try new things, to feel the discomfort, and work your heiney off to be steady. Beginners are welcome but this class would be a great fit for intermediate practitioners looking to step it up.

Freestyle Vinyasa Yoga Flow

Inspired by mobility practices, Kundalini Yoga, & Yin yoga, with a foundation in Vinyasa Yoga. This yoga class will move you, it will challenge your strength, keep you breathing, keep you stimulated, keep you on your toes and it will put you into position to see where you are weak and where you are strong so that you can work towards improvement.

Power Vinyasa Yoga Flow

All the same moves from our Freestyle Vinyasa and Hatha Yoga but put into sequencing that keeps you on the move. This class is meant to get you sweating, breathing, and seriously putting in the effort. Of course everyone has to start somewhere, if you enjoy Freestyle Vinyasa and want to try stepping it up a bit, come to this class. You can ALWAYS rest or slow it down to create a practice that works best for you.

Cuss & Burn

Take yoga postures and mix them with some mobility practices. Short intense moments of burning (the kind that make you wanna cuss) are the aim in this class, paired with music that may or may not use some cuss words. 🙂 This class is intended to CHANGE your body. So expect this class to wear you the cuss out.

Yin + Yang: Slow Yoga Flow & Deep Stretch

This class is a slow and gentle yoga flow combining Yin Yoga, Hatha Yoga and a little Vinyasa Yoga. It’s meant to get you moving but also offer some deep stretch and relaxation to balance out your practice. This is the best weekly class for beginners.

Accept that you are a Work in Progress just like all of us, then show up and do the work. Not for us… for you… it’s all for you.