This is an instructional class great for those new to yoga. It is also a nice place to revisit as a more advanced student to see your practice with new eyes. Learn meditation techniques, proper alignment, and how to coordinate your breath and movement. This class includes instruction in sun salutations. You will learn the vinyasa, or flow style of yoga that is taught here at the Prancing Peacock. Adjustments and assists are given, and modifications are suggested. Bring your sense of humor and an open mind.Sign up for a Beginner's Class
One of our most popular classes, gentle yoga is good for beginners, students wishing a slower paced class, and anyone with a medical issue that may preclude them from taking a mixed level class. We begin with a relaxing meditation, and move through poses designed to warm up your body and increase flexibility and strength, while honoring any issues you may be experiencing. Instruction is given in alignment - modifications are available. A wonderful way to nurture body and spirit. Leave feeling relaxed and refreshed.Sign up for a Gentle Yoga Class
Restorative yoga is a therapeutic approach where the poses are adapted to accommodate any age, body type and physical condition. You will be completely supported by bolsters, blankets, blocks and pillows, creating a feeling of safety in which your body can totally relax. Basic breathing and simple meditation techniques will also be introduced to deepen your ability to be at peace and feel calm. Restorative yoga is also good for people with arthritis, fibromyalgia, and other acute and chronic conditions.
No previous yoga experience is necessary. Dress in layers, and bring a pair of cozy socks if you'd like! Align your body, mind and spirit in this soothing and gentle yoga class.Sign up for a Restorative Class
This yoga class is good for all levels of students, from beginners to more advanced. Included are meditation techniques, using the breath to coordinate movement, and cleanse the body, body alignment, as well as assists and adjustments. Modifications are shown and deeper options are given to create a more challenging practice. A fun, well-rounded class to create strength, flexibility and a connection to a peaceful mind.Sign up for a Mixed Level Class
One of our signature clases at the studio. Step it up to the next level and enjoy a fun, challenging class. The music is funky and the practice is intense. You will leave sweaty and tired, but with a deep satisfaction of every muscle used, and a very clear mind. This is for students familiar with vinyasa flow. More advanced postures and a faster pace set the tone for this invigorating practice. Come ready to flow and bring your sense of humor and a small towel.Sign up for an Intermediate Class
Suitable for almost all levels of students, Yin Yoga is a perfect complement to the dynamic and muscular (yang) styles of yoga that emphasize internal heat, and the lengthening and contracting of our muscles. Yin Yoga generally targets the connective tissues of the hips, pelvis, and lower spine.Sign up for a Yin Yoga Class
Barre combines movements similar to those used in yoga, pilates, and ballet to create strength, flexibility, and postural alignment. The workout is based on the principles of muscle integration, which uses mostly your own body weight (and small props) to engage all of your muscles to work together to develop a toned and proportionate body through the use of tiny isometric movements.
A barre workout is a great compliment to your yoga practice (which focuses mainly on training the front line of the body) because barre focuses mainly on training the back line of the body, which improves overall functional strength, core and pelvic stability, and posture. Not to mention, it's a great cardio workout too!
Yoga for a mommy to be! Perfect for those who have been practicing yoga or are new beginners! Come nourish you and your baby in this class.
Connect with baby and other expectant mothers, and prepare the mind and body for labor using asana, relaxation techniques, pranayama (breathwork) and meditation. Yoga can make a significant positive difference in your experience with pregnancy, labor/delivery and postpartum. With your doctor or midwife's permission, prenatal yoga is safe for women to practice.
Yoga - join, unite, connect - a diverse set of concepts and practices, the art of transformation. Fascia - join, unite, connect ~ the organ of mind body transformation. Together ancient practices and modern science unlock the secrets to health and wellbeing. A healthy fascial system is very fluid, flexible and dynamic with an unlimited potential for movement and grace. Trauma, injuries, and posture lead to chronic patterns of tension, thinking, behavior and movement. We literally hold our issues in our tissues and these deep patterns become locked in the fascia.
Yoga has acknowledged the role and power of the mind body connection for centuries. Join us for an innovative combination of pattern releasing yogic tools for fascial flexibility, stability, resiliency, coordination and strength. Regain pure ease in motion. Build a personal awareness of chronic tension patterns to become empowered to facilitate lasting releases and profound mind body transformation. This class is open to everyone. We invite and welcome the stiff, inflexible, and tense on this path to ease and flexibility.
Postnatal yoga is a wonderful way to reconnect to and reclaim your body after pregnancy and birth, but finding the time and space to do this in your new life with a baby can be challenging.
A Mommy + Me yoga class is a wonderful opportunity to come to yoga... with your baby. This class is especially designed for mom's and their newborns of 6 weeks old until crawling.
We will focus on asanas that build strength and stamina for postnatal bodies, as well as empowerment for women on the adventure of motherhood. Some gentle baby massage and stretches will also be included, as well as yoga poses to practice with your baby.
This is a wonderful opportunity to reward yourself with a yoga practice that your baby can attend and take part in, as well as connect with other mom's and babies on a similar path.
Join us for 30-45 minute meditation classes to ground, center and relax you. We have five different meditation sessions: sound healing, self healing, guided, breathe and reiki. Escape into the lush sanctuary of your mind with our guided meditations. Your instructor will provide clear and vivid guidance through visualizations that aid in finding and centering your intention.Sign up
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Where should I start?
If you have never taken yoga before, the beginner or gentle classes are a great place to start. A beginner class is very instructional, and the gentle class is a little less intense. A beginner workshop is held once a month at the studio. It is 2 hours long and covers alignment, class structure, breathing, origins of yoga, meditation tips and questions and answers. Look under the special events page for details.
What should I wear?
Comfortable, not too baggy clothing. It is a good idea to wear layers so you can shed them if you start to get warm. The average class room temperature is 72 degrees. Yoga is practiced barefoot, although you can wear your socks if you wish!
How early should I arrive?
Most students arrive 15 minutes before class to sign in, set up their mats and relax before class starts. If you are running late, please wait until meditation is over to enter the class.
How long is the 10 pack valid for and what classes can I come to?
10 packs are valid for 1 year. Workshops and special events are not included. Check out our pricing page here for more info.
What should I bring?
Yoga mats are available to use at the studio. It is recommended that you get your own mat for hygienic reasons. Many styles of mats are available for purchase in our yoga boutique. You can also bring a water bottle and a small towel.
Should I eat before I come?
Practicing on a full stomach is not very comfortable. It is best to eat a large meal 3-4 hours before coming. If you need to eat something, yogurt, nuts or cheese are good choices for a light snack up to an hour before class.
How many times a week should I do yoga?
Our classes last 60 to 75 minutes. Some people take a class everyday. Most people are happy doing 2 or 3 classes a week. Any yoga is better than no yoga.
How do I pay for classes?
We take cash and all major credit cards. We recommend signing up online to reserve classes.
Do you have gift certificates?
Yes, we can create the perfect gift for whatever you need. These can also be purchased online here.