This class provides an opportunity to develop greater awareness of Mamas ever changing body, as well as to deepen Mamas relationship and connection with her baby. The flow of movement and postures provide much-needed relaxation during her pregnancy, as well as building strength and stamina for the months ahead. Breath work, meditation, and yoga poses, help to create inner focus and awareness for a calm mind and body in preparation for the demands of labor. Calmness, focused breathing, and a strong body will aid in the birthing process. Thus, reducing pain and increasing the preparation for an active and natural birth. No previous yoga experience necessary. New students and experienced yoginis alike will appreciate how this class connects mind, body and baby, for childbirth. All trimesters are welcome.
Au-some Family Yoga: Movement… mindfulness… and breathe…
Yoga is an amazing therapy for children that have special needs. It helps them to cope with the anxiety, pain, discomfort, aggression, and obsessive behaviors that they often struggle with. It also helps with balance, coordination, stress, digestion, and sleep.The best part is this class offers special needs children with an opportunity to make new friends and teach them to regulate their emotions.
Join us to connect, play, and relax! In this class we will breathe, and move through animal like poses and end with mindful relaxation.
All Special needs children are welcome! Some techniques focus on autism, but it will be beneficial to all that participate. This class is designed for children with all abilities. Parent or guardian must attend. – Jessica and her son Eric
Bring your Baby to Yoga
Postnatal Yoga class is a great way to support Mamas body for recovery after birth. In Postnatal Yoga classes, breathing techniques, yoga postures and meditation offer a practice that supports healing, toning, and relaxation. We welcome Mamas to bring their babies for an experience that incorporates yoga and bonding with their baby. These classes are a wonderful way to connect in a supportive and healthy environment. Postnatal classes are appropriate for women from about four to six weeks postpartum.