All of our classes are 60 minutes (excluding: Inspired Flow at 75 minutes & Ashtanga Led Primary Series at 90 minutes) and our yoga teachers are trained to provide ALL Levels classes, ALL The Time. We are a Hatha- based Yoga studio with various yoga style influences that shine through with each instructor (ex. Ashtanga, Anusara, Hatha, Hot Yoga, Vinyasa, Yin, Aerial Yoga, Kids Yoga, etc.). We encourage you to honor your body & practice where you're at that day/moment! Some days we touch our toes and some days we don't-- that's OK! Our range of yoga classes create the opportunity to have a daily practice and explore/learn new yoga styles as you moving forward in your practice, when you're ready.
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Yoga Pulse Heated Flow Mon, Wed, Fri @ 8:00am & 6:00pm
Tues & Thurs @ 9:00am & 5:00pm
Saturday @ 9:30am
Sunday @ 10:30am & 12:00pm
Our 60 minute hot yoga class is heated to 102-104 degrees with 50% humidity. Our classes are All Levels, All The Time. Breath and movement are linked throughout the class to help the body move with more ease and create more depth in your practice. All Yoga Pulse teachers are trained and skilled in offering modifications; creating more space, utilizing prop support, and/or more challenging variations, depending on your intention. We encourage you to honor your body & practice where you're at that day! Some days we touch our toes and some days we don't-- that's OK! This class will make you breathe, move, and sweat!
Unheated; Feel Good Flow Monday & Wednesday @ 9:15am-10:15am
This 60 minute, All Levels Unheated Flow class is taught in the Green Room. Every class begins with a short and light meditation to gather and build your breath for the practice. In this class, you'll breathe and flow into a moving meditation and relax into savasana, letting your mind calm and your worries be let go. This class is perfect for a daily pratice and Laura is a delight to practice with.
Inspired Unheated Flow (All Levels) Tuesday & Thursday @ 9:15a-10:30am
This 75 minute, All Levels Unheated Flow class is taught in the Green Room. Ali offers essential oils at the beginning (Breather Easier- encourages focus, opens the breathing passageways and is antimacrobial) and ending of this class (YPS Dream-Cycle- Calming, Grounding, Soothing, Renewing). Every class begins with a short and light meditation to gather and build your breath for the practice. The class progresses from a Seated Stretching Sequence, to a Table Top Flow, Prone and Supine asanas included, to a Standing Flow sequence, and finishing the class lying on our backs with some deep Yin stretches. Throughout this class, all movement is intentional and synchronized with your breath as you are guided through postures (asanas). Mindfulness and body awareness (subtle energy) are promoted and encouraged throughout each class. The structure of this class is a little slower than our Heated Flow classes, but a little more intense than New To Yoga; with time to turn your focus inward and make any necessary adjustments-- with the help of the instructor or on your own. This practie incorporates hatha yoga, anusara yoga, kriya yoga, various meditation and pranayam (breathwork) pratices. This class closes with a 10-15minute Singing Bowl Savasana + Frequency Work with Tuning Forks.
Power (Ashtanga) Vinyasa Flow: Monday & Wednesday @ 10:30am
Vinyasa, translated means mindful arrangement. In this all levels class, we will explore the mindful arrangement of our posture practice. The flow will change, but the basic premise of breath and moving meditation will be constant. The room is set at 84* to best suit this continuous flow class.
Candlelight Yin Monday, Wednesday, Thursday @ 7:30pm
Our 60 minute Unheated Yin class takes place after our Heated Flow Class, Monday - Thursday evening at 7:30pm. When you first walk into class, the room is slightly warm but continues to cool down as the class progresses. For Unheated Yin, we keep the room dimly lit with candlelight to promote a sense of calm and allow you to really focus on your own practice without external distraction. Each class begins with a meditation and breath-work to help restore your vitality. Traditionally, Yin yoga works from the area of the navel to the knees, and the principles of Yin yoga can be applied to any of the body's tissues. However, the primary focus is the lower body because we tend to hold more tension in this area as we age. The poses are sequenced in a non-exhaustive manner (less "flow" and more "static stretching"), each pose (asana) is held for 10-18 breaths (or 2-4 minutes) which results in a deeper, more thorough stretch. This class is less about muscular release, and more about supporting your Yin tissues-- tendons, ligaments, etc.
If you've been sitting at a desk all day, experience body aches due to lifestyle, life weights and don't stretch, have tension, been under stress, want an intentional meditation, are tired but need a good stretch? This class is perfect for you! This class is great for every body!
Restorative Yoga + Sound Healing Tuesday Evening, 7pm-8pm
Restorative yoga is a practice that is all about slowing down and opening your body through passive stretching, and intentional breathwork. During the long holds of restorative yoga, your muscles and fascia are allowed to relax deeply. It's a unique way to unravel ourselves from the pressures and stresses of life. Props, are used to support your body so you can deeply relax. This class incorporates live Sound Healing with various
Ashtanga: Led Primary Series Weds & Thurs @ 5:30pm- 7:00pm
Friday @ 10:30am-12pm
The Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga is a style of yoga codified and popularized by K. Pattabhi Jois during the 20th century which is often promoted as a modern-day form of classical Indian yoga. Ashtanga means eight limbs or branches, of which asana or physical yoga posture is merely one branch, breath or pranayama is another.
Usually an Ashtanga practice begins with five repetitions of Surya Namaskara A and five repetitions of Surya Namaskara B, followed by a standing sequence. Following this the practitioner begins one of six series, followed by what is called the closing sequence. There are six series, and this class covers the 1st Series are:
The Primary series: Yoga Chikitsa, Yoga for Health or Yoga Therapy. This is a powerful practice that tones, cleanses, detoxifies, and purifies the body. Make sure you're properly hydrated and have eaten a light meal at least 2 hours before the practice.
Chair Yoga Thursday, 10:45am in person and online
New to Yoga Tuesday, 11:00am
Kids Yoga (Ages 4-12 years old) Tuesday @ 5:00pm
Saturday @ 9:30am
Your child will practice breathing, mindfulness, joint-attention and focus, working with others, patience, expressions of courage and joy, authentic self-expression, freedom within structure and they will improve their overall health!
Emily V. and Nichole C. will lead your littles (ages 4 to 12) through mindful yoga games that work to balance the brain as well as the body. Kiddos learn yogic breathing, and discover the asana (postures) practice through yoga games to increase skillfulness and mindfulness; they are encouraged to be kind and respectful of one another. Being a dancer, Emily also incorporates dance-- we are creating coordinated and consciously, self-aware little humans! At the end of class, while Emily prepares your Green Drinks, she educates the children about the health benefits from every ingredient we use, and also chalks off an entire area of our Chalk Board Walls, and lets the kids create art. This class is a great-- you and your kids with both want Emily to be their full-time teacher. This classs has an overall energetic release for your kiddos- they will practice, play, de-stress and balance-- then be ready for you when you get out of class!
(with single point, Hammock Silks) Friday, Aerial: Root to Rise, L1 & 2 @ 4:30pm-5:30pm
Saturday, Aerial: Root to Rise, L1 & 2 @ 11:00am
Sunday, Aerial: Soaring Sunday (lvl 2 only) @ 1:30pm
Our 60 minute Aerial Hammock Yoga class is accessible to all ages and all levels. We just ask that you get your doctors permission before hopping into a class. This class offers an authentic yoga practice, accompanied by a soft, sturdy hammock from which we explore, refine, and advance our practice. In this class, you will practice asanas on your mat and in the hammock, often times incorporating both the ground and the hammock at the same time. All of our teachers are professionally trained Aerialists and registered yoga teachers. They will teach you how to use the hammock to defy gravity (or use it to your advantage) to relax and restore, or realign and uplift. Each teacher has a different combination or sequence they will guide you through. Since we only have 6 hammocks, there is plenty of time to interact with our teachers one-on-one and get deeper into the practice both physically and mentally. **This is by far our most popular class and books up quickly! Be sure to book this class using our MINDBODY app or call us during business hours to schedule.
Our Aerial Hammocks are professionally installed and rigged. Each hammock can hold up to 5,000 pounds; 2,000 pounds with force. Our yoga is made for EVERY BODY!
Slow Flow (currently unavailable)
Our Slow Flow yoga class is designed to be for all levels of practitioners. Expect to move your body and perhaps build up a steady sweat (“slow” doesn’t necessarily mean easy!) while you synchronize your breath with each movement. This class will slow you down just the right amount to provide both a steadiness of mind and strength of body. It’s a sweet space where softness meets intensity; the perfect practice for someone who wants a step up from restorative or yin, without the full blown vigor of a heated or power flow class. Great for beginners who are just starting to learn the poses! Great for all levels of pratitioners as the postures can be modified or intensified.
Yoga Nidra Held as Specialty Class (check schedule)
Yoga Nidra has been described as the art of non-doing as opposed to doing more. Just as floating happens when one stops struggling, relaxation happens when one lets go of everything. Yoga Nidra is a state in which the body is completely relaxed, and the practitioner becomes systematically and increasingly aware of the inner world by following a set of verbal instructions. This state of consciousness is different from meditation, in which concentration on a single focus is required. In yoga Nidra the practitioner remains in a state of light withdrawal of the 5 senses (pratyahara) with four senses internalised, that is, withdrawn, and only hearing still connects to any instructions given. The goals of both yogic paths, yoga Nidra and meditation are the same, a state of meditative consciousness called samadhi. It is among the deepest possible states of relaxation while still maintaining full consciousness. In lucid dreaming, one is only, or mainly, cognizant of the dream environment, and has little or no awareness of one's actual environment. Yoga nidra results in conscious awareness of the deep sleep state, which is called prajna in the Mandukya Upanishad.
Clarity, peace, restoring, joy, focus, centering, balancing, release, mindfulness, and community-- just a few of the benefits from this class. Join Paul Massella every Tuesday at 10:45am for a 20 minute meditation called Warrior Meditation. This style of meditation is taught by Save A Warrior, a war detox program for veterans. Paul attended Save A Warrior and now desires to share this meditation with every body. This class is OPEN to ALL people; whether you've experienced trauma or not. Class is 60 minutes and it opens with a brief description of this , meditation-style, followed by light stretching/grounding yoga, and essential oils facilitated by Ali Hansen, then the 20 minute warrior meditation, led by Paul and class wraps up with a 15 minute Crystal Singing Bowl Soundbath (Sound Healing) played by Ali.
Finally, we close the practice by briefly sharing our names and our experiences during the meditation (you may choose to skip). We have already had people boldly and courageously sharing parts of their truths as they explore them intently. We have had people begin to experience healing from within themselves, and it's a beautiful gift that we get to share. Even if you don't share your truth aloud, you might hear it in the room and know you're not alone. We hope you'll join us to experience a group of people committed to the deep, inner-work and the liberation that comes with it! We support each other. Both of us are humbled by being able to offer this class to the community. A little bit about Paul:
"Hello, my name is Paul and I served in the United States Navy for five years during Operation Enduring Freedom/ Operation Iraqi Freedom from 2001-2006. I have been on an amazing healing journey since I have been actively seeking healing from the invisible wounds of war and addiction. I have almost 18 months of not drinking and continue my spiritual journey not having a drink one day at a time.
I am the first person in a few generations to join the military and be in the rooms of Alcoholics Anonymous. I am breaking the cycle of alcoholism and dysfunction for myself and the other veterans that still suffer in silence.
I would not have my sobriety or sanity without the technology found in the yogas. Attending this training and receiving the 200 hour training certificate will open up so many possibilities for me to share this amazing healing gift with others."
**If you cannot join us for class and would like to help Paul on his journey to Yoga Teacher Training, please consider donating straight to his Facebook Vetoga Fundraiser Page:
*This class is donations-based; when total donations per class, or per donation, are at/over $50, Yoga Pulse Studio humbly receives a small portion to continue to be able to provide and market for the class, studio operation costs, provide materials, etc. in order to better support Paul. Ali does not receive payment as she has dedicated her time to the community as her devoted, karmic duty. The rest of the money completely goes towards Paul's Fundraiser to complete a Yoga Teacher Training program by Vetoga. This is so we can continue to grow the program-- it has already started to grow!
Foundations in Flow (All Levels) Currently Unavailable
This 60 minute, All Levels Unheated Flow class is typically taught in the Green Room. We have various teachers offering this unheated, vinyasa flow, basics class in their personal yoga style accounting for client/student preference and disposition to help guide the class. This class is half workshop, and half flow. FIF takes time to answer questions and explain the postures, transitions, etc. Every class begins with a short meditation to gather and build your breath for the practice. Throughout the class, all movement is synchronized with your breath as you are guided through postures. Mindfulness and body awareness are promoted and encouraged throughout each class. The structure of this class is a little slower than our Heated Flow classes; with time to turn your focus inward and make any necessary adjustments-- with the help of the instructor or on your own. It's a great way to practice the foundation of each pose (asana)-- and a great way to to deepen your personal practice!
Yang to Yin Currently unavailable
First 30 minutes is Flow, last 30 minutes is Yin.
This 60 minute class aims to build the heat and then slowly wind down into a slow flow, and finish with static, Yin-related, stretching. You'll become aware of the various tissues inside your body, and how your body responds to the supportive practices yoga provides. This class will warm you up quick, utilizing the mindful breath, and synchronize that breath with the asanas of the flow. This breath-&-asana connection helps to not only connect your body and mind but also detox and purify it. Teacher assisted stretching and adjustments are available-- with most taking place near the end of class. This is an energizing & refreshing class! It will inspire you, and put a little "pep in your step"!
**Class schedule is subject to change at the discretion of Yoga Pulse Studio Management Team. Please check the schedule on MindBody, before coming to class. We apologize for any inconveniences due to a schedule change.