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Gentle Yin/Yang This class focuses on the Yin and Yang duality, which is that of stillness and exertion.  These two energy sources compliment one another and must be recognized as a whole to create balance in life.  Class begins with Yang movements to energize and awaken muscles and draw attention to areas of tightness that hold stale energy or stress.  The class then flows into a quieter, introspective practice in which dukha (toxins) and old energy is released and the body is refreshed through Pranayama breath, deep tissue message and reiki.  A short meditation ends this relaxing and refreshing class that is wonderful for reducing stress and increasing flexibility.

Powerflow This class is suitable for the continuing beginner as well as the intermediate student, so don't be intimidated.  This class is a continual flow from vinyasa to asana, keeping the focus on the breath to guide your inner strength.  This is a blend of different styles, the practice of which allows the body to be "powerful;" the dynamics are building blocks that increase strength and stimulate power inside.

Candlelight Yin Opposing forces in Taoist thought, the terms yin and yang can describe any phenomenon. Yin is the stable, unmoving, feminine, hidden aspect of things; yang is the changing, moving, masculine, revealing aspect. Most forms of Hatha Yoga, such as Ashtanga, Vinyasa, or Power Yoga practiced today emphasize muscular movement and contraction (yang). Instead of the rhythmic contraction and release that best stretches muscle, yin yoga works to stretch connective tissue using a slow, gentle stretch. This allows the overlying muscles in the area being worked on to fully relax. The yin practice generally focuses on the connective tissue of the hips, pelvis, and lower spine. Postures are held anywhere from three to ten minutes at a time. An ideal practice as preparation for meditation, yin postures are accessible to all levels of practitioners.