Love the Life you Live
Live the Life you Love
One Class $ 20 online or cash donation at door
8 classes $108
Valid for 90 days
Hot Vinyasa Yoga & Meditation
Sundays @ 9:45am
5309 McCullough Ave
In the Yard shopping center
THIS IS NOT BIKRAM
The class is diverse and the dynamic
sequence will vary,
but in general this is a challenging yoga practice.
Classes are held in a heated room
(85-90 degrees) and will allow your body to flush toxins as you gain flexibility and strength.
Hot yoga will sculpt and tone your muscles and build a strong healthy body while relieving stress and aligning the spirit.
As students honor their own energy and skill level they may become confident to explore advanced postures.
Do what you can, relax and breathe, rest when you need to & drink water as needed.
Just Breath.....everything else is optional
This is a fun upbeat class in a safe and friendly enviroment.
Strengthen your body, calm your mind and feed your soul.
Luxuriate with a lavender shivasana.
Then stay to share a cup of yogi tea with our friendly yoga community.
Be sure to be on time, new students must show up 15 minutes before class.
Class will begin with centering and intention followed by a strong flow of poses designed to melt away stress and untie the knots.
Many aspects of yoga will be introduced including postures, meditation, breath work and aromatherapy to add ceremony and sacredness to your practice.
Then wind down with a luxurious and restoring
Words cannot begin to express my gratitude for the ongoing gift of our class - it's my anchor and fulfillment,
and I feel so much joy in being part of our beautiful group of yogis,
BESIDES the tremendous experience of witnessing and receiving all the benefits from practicing Yoga.
What a blessing!
Come to class Hydrated
Bring a yoga mat,
( or borrow one of ours)
towel and water
Be prepared to sweat
What to wear to hot yoga
Choose clothes that are not too baggy and that help you and your yoga instructor make sure you're not doing anything harmful to your body. In more physical types of yoga and especially in hot classes, expect to sweat. Wear clothes that dry quickly, wick moisture away, and will keep you as comfortable as possible to get the most out of your yoga class. Fabrics with stretch will help you feel most comfortable as you move from pose to pose. Whatever you choose to wear to class, you should be able to move freely and feel good.
Yogi Tea is a health-promoting beverage and a tonic for the whole body. It strengthens the nervous system, energizes the body, clears the mind, and is both a remedy and preventive measure for colds, allergies, and other illnesses. Yogi Tea is best made two quarts at a time. It can be stored in the refrigerator or even frozen. Simply heat tea and add milk and honey when you're ready to drink it.
To make two quarts:
2 quarts water
15 whole cloves
20 black peppercorns
3 sticks of cinnamon
20 whole cardamon pods (split the pods first)
8 ginger slices (1/4" thick, no need to peel)
1/2 teaspoon black tea leaves (use decaf if you like)
Milk and Honey to taste
Bring 2 quarts of water to a boil in a 3-4 quart pot. Add cloves and boil for one minute. Next, add cardamon, peppercorns, cinnamon, and fresh ginger root. Cover and boil for at least 30 minutes. For best flavor, cover and simmer for 2 to 3 hours! When ready, remove from heat, add black tea and let cool. Strain tea. When ready to drink, add soy or dairy milk and sweeten to taste with honey or maple syrup.
I like it Black.
Drink at least 16 ounces of water two hours before class.
Excessive amounts of liquid just before class may not be comfortable and may disrupt your practice.
I love water that taste great and has natural healing properties.
I like to add Slices of fresh:
Lemon (any citrus)
Sprigs of Mint or any combination
DoTerra essential oils in water is also fab
Chill and serve.
Practicing hot yoga during the Summer
Hot yoga during the warmer months can help acclimate you to the season's heat, and even arm you with proper coping tools when things get too unbearable (just close your eyes and breathe like you're in the studio, or try a kneeling or seated pose that lowers your head to help lower your heart rate). Also, without the large difference between the temps outside and inside the studio, you'll be able to warm up faster once you get to class.
• The yoga room is cooler than outside!
• The relentless heat in summer can put a strain on you physically and mentally. Practicing Hot Yoga will keep you balanced during ultra challenging times and temperatures.
• Your body is warmer at the start of class allowing you to go deeper into postures. You’ll find your overall practice to be better than ever and you will feel great after class.
New students must arrive early