YOGA & MOVEMENT CLASS SCHEDULE [click here for Schedule in PDF]

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Our location: 218 E Walnut St, Salina, KS 67401

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MONDAY
9–10am
Vinyasa
 
12–1pm
Yin+Yang
 
5:30–6:30pm
HIIT (high intensity interval training)
TUESDAY
5:15–6am
Power Vinyasa *HOT*
 
12–1pm
Yin Yoga
 
5:30–6:30pm
Curvy Girl Yoga
 
7–8pm
FREE CLASS Yin Yoga
WEDNESDAY
9–10am
Vinyasa
 
10:15–11am
Old Guy Yoga
 
12–1pm
Yin+Yang
 
5:30–6:30pm
Hatha
THURSDAY
12–1pm
Yin Yoga
 
5:30–6:30pm
Power Vinyasa *HOT*
 
7–7:30pm
Yoga Nidra
FRIDAY
9–10am
Vinyasa
 
4:30–5:30pm
HIIT & Chill
SATURDAY
9–10am
Power Vinyasa at Oakdale park’s Eric Stein stage
 
10:30–11:30am
Yin+Yang
SUNDAY
10:30–11:30
Hatha
 
4–5pm
Yin Yoga
 
6–7pm
FREE CLASS Yoga in Spanish


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. 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

Curvy Gurl Yoga

A gentle Vinyasa class with mindfulness around joints that need some extra love for supporting your body weight. Expect to sweat. Expect to breathe. Expect to stretch and fully relax in the end. This class is designed to help aid the physical exploration of movement needed to prepare you for taking on the other styles of yoga we offer. Whether you consider yourself a “curvy” girl, want to support a girlfriend, or align yourself as a curvy gurl ally, all women are welcome to join this class.

Hatha

Hold your body up while sitting, standing, lunging, lengthening, folding, and twisting. Expect to hold the poses for several long, slow, deep breaths at a time. Things will ultimately start to burn, which means you are building up the strength to allow for graceful transitions from one pose to the next. You will be instructed to stay focused on purposeful, mindful control of the body and the nuance of your movements. Each practitioner can easily go at their own pace and modify any pose as needed.

HIIT

High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) is a full body workout. HIIT can be performed at a variety of different levels. When first starting out, a slower pace paired with extremely mindful movements is highly recommended. As your body gets stronger and used to the movements, level up as you see fit. HIIT exercises range from core strengthening incorporating planks or sit-up type movements, to full leg strengthening exercises like squats and lunges sometimes using hops or jumps in transitions, to full body movements to get your heart rate up like burpees.

HIIT & Chill

On Friday afternoons we enjoy a lil yoga-like ending after a workout sesh. We start with 5–10 minutes of a casual warm-up, then a 35–45 minute HIIT workout, ending with a change of pace in music and casually creating our own ending that resembles the end of a yoga class.

Old Guy Yoga

Chair yoga for older men, of no specific age, who say “I can’t do yoga because if I get down on the floor, I’ll never get back up”. Expect to be surprised by what you’re capable of, however, if you’re a stubborn old fart and just do not want to do something offered in the class, that’s perfectly ok too—we like rebels. This isn’t traditional yoga. This is more like yoga moves mixed with joint strengthening exercises to help make your body more functional despite the aging process.

Power Vinyasa

*HOT 90° All the same moves from our 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 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.

Vinyasa

Vinyasa involves the repetition of sequences moving at the pace of one breath, one movement. The repetition and the “one breath, one movement” pace enable practitioners to learn the nuance of muscle control within transitions from one pose to another. The concentration, paired with the physical muscle performance propels students entry into a flow state—a mind/body synchronicity that connects a person to the present moment, free of distractions, truly allowing release from the chaos that lives within each and every human mind.

Yin + Yang

This class is a slow active flow plus a handful of Yin Yoga poses for relaxation. It’s meant to get you moving but also offer some deep stretch and relaxation to balance out your practice. Beginners are welcome but please note, this is an ALL LEVELS class. If you need to modify your practice because you are new or injured please do take good care of yourself.

Yin Yoga

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.

Yoga Nidra

Yoga nidra, a Sanskrit term meaning “yogic sleep” is a state between sleeping and waking. The instruction given is to completely relax the body and to turn your awareness inward; much like a guided meditation. Yoga nidra practice results in deep relaxation and expands your self-awareness.

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.