Yoga Flow: Flow emphasizes fluid movement with fewer details given to each pose. The class links breath and movement through a continuous flow of sequential poses building internal heat and improving strength, flexibility and cardiovascular health. This is a vigorous, exhilarating, all over workout designed to tone and stretch the whole body. Followed by meditation on Tuesdays.
Gentle Yoga: A slower paced class focusing on gentle movements, breath, and restorative poses.
Yoga For Cancer Survivors: This class explores gentle asana, pranayama, meditation, and restorative poses. As a part of the St. Peter's Cancer Support Partnership the class is offered at no charge.
Power Vinyasa: For those seeking a more vigorous yoga flow. Expect to build a lot of heat and sweat! Yoga experience recommended. Taught by Josh.
Oula: easy to follow, high cardio, dance fitness class for people of all abilities. It is a motivating hour of high-energy exercise to great music where participants are free to let it all out. Taught by Kathryn.
tips for a happy class:
- BDY encourages beginners to try yoga! Bring an open mind and the sincere desire to try something new. Please respect your limitations and listen to your body. If you need to come out of a pose or rest, respect your body’s need to do so.
- You determine the intensity with which you work in each pose. BDY will show you how to work with your edge and feel a deep inner and physical strength. The teacher is a guide, but the experience is your own.
- Many people are discouraged from trying yoga because they think they are not “flexible enough”. Yoga will help you develop flexibility. The more you practice the more your range of motion will increase. The only initial flexibility you need is in your mind. Be willing to try to something new.
- Please wear clothing that is comfortable and allows for a wide range of movement. Constantly tugging at your clothing is a sure way to shatter inner focus! Yoga is practiced with bare feet. Leave your shoes to the side of the room.
- It is recommended to wait a few hours after a large meal before practicing. A full belly will be uncomfortable. Please feel free to bring water to class.
- Before class starts some students choose to stretch or to meditate. Please be respectful and talk softly.