Vinyasa – Karen

Vinyasa
Class time: 1 hour and 15  minutes

 

Breath threads the postures into playful flows. We will build on a mindful practice that brings detoxification, flexibility and strength. Breathe through explorations of standing and seated postures. You’ll play mindfully with back bending, balancing, twists and inversions creating a “moving meditation”.  You will be invited to work toward your edges, building strength and flexibility along the way. Each class takes a different focus or intention and no two are ever the same- For example, one day hip openers, another day arm balances, or maybe strength and foundation work. These exhilarating flows are taught with a detailed progression that will move you toward YOUR fullest expression of the postures, so come just as you are.
Those new to Yoga or to Vinyasa may feel challenged at times-no worries; We believe in allowing you YOUR experience at YOUR level.

The practice will wind down to a deep savasana/ guided meditation that will polish your newly sharpened edges into a peaceful, balanced and invigorated state of being. Modifications are given for all levels.

For information on (scheduled)class cancellations or holiday hours refer to the NEWS TICKER  feature on our home page. You can also sign up for our email announcements, check our Facebook page. Remember to read the posts on the lobby chalkboard so you are aware of upcoming changes.

Class is in Studio Red


Towing Happens – please do not park in our back lot. Free metered street parking after 5pm and on Sundays. Free all day parking just  behind/south of the Gateway, in the large lot on ne 9th place

Late to Class? If you are more than 10 minutes late for class, you will not be admitted into the classroom.This is first, for your own safety, and secondly, in consideration of the other students’ practice; It is distracting to them and to the teacher. If there is no one at the desk, you will find the lobby doors locked.

 

Karen completed her Yoga teacher training at It’s Yoga in San Francisco in 2001.  After teaching at Stanford University and the Palo Alto YMCA, Karen returned to her native South Florida . After teaching  solo