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  • Children's Yoga - Yoga gives kids strength, flexibility and balance of the body, mind and spirit. They experience the joy and vitality of being in a body; connect to their breath; find self-compassion, self-acceptance and confidence; and they relax... all in a non-competitive environment. Yoga helps kids see their inner radiance and connect to something beyond themselves. 
  • Hatha Yoga (Anusara® Yoga-inspired) - a yoga style that grew from Iyengar Yoga's brilliant, precise alignment method. This alignment focus is more qualitative and energetic, so it flowing and opening, and honors the divine within each student. Its approach is serious but fun, connecting you to grace within and in the world. People smile and laugh, what makes it so enjoyable!  Learning these beautiful Universal Principles of Alignment, allows you to use them in each posture so your neck, back and every part of your body is protected. Then, your energy opens up, and all poses feel comfortable and playful. Cristin's practice includes Anusara, so the principles strongly influence her teaching.
  • Kundalini Yoga - as taught by Yogi Bhajan®, is an ancient science of self-healing and a dynamic, powerful tool for expanding awareness. This system of exercise and meditation promotes physical vitality and health, stimulates and balances the mind, and touches one’s innermost spirit. It is a complete science that combines posture (asana), movement, breathwork (pranayama), chanting (mantra) and meditation into powerful sets called kriyas (sequenced sets of exercises) that target specific benefits.  Its uniqueness in part is that it is very dynamic and active, involving movement with intense breathing patterns creating rhythmic exercise. This opens the body, increasing circulation, flexibility, and energy. Many exercises are designed to give flexibility to the spinal column,  one of the foundations of physical health and maintaining a youthful body.
  • Pregnancy YogaThe teachings aim to empower womanhood and motherhood, finding confidence, peace, relaxation and confidence to ease this beautiful, magical transition to labor, birth and the first 40 days post-partum
  • Restorative Yoga - uses supported poses to gently renew from the inside out, shifting physiologial stress through breath and deep relaxation. Treat and nurture yourself with blankets for support, to soften the body while the mind grows present, allowing you to open deeply. We explore how subtle shifts in attitude and alignment weave into a new sense of balanced awareness and support for the body, mind and senses. The results will leave you refreshed, rejuvenated and feeling lightness.
  • Vinyasa Yoga (Baptiste-inspired) - the physical aspects of this style are inspired by Hatha Yoga teachings of Krishnamacharya and his students Iyengar and Desikachar, whom Baron Baptiste studied with. It is a potent physical practice, and meditation and active self inquiry are used as tools of transformation – encouraging participants to reclaim their full potential, discover creativity, awaken passion, and create authenticity, confidence and new possibilities. The practice supports you to up your vitality and physical power, and empowers you toward accelerated results in your overall body strength and confidence. This practice creates challenge and supports you in attaining the results you desire and deserve in life. 
  • Women's Yogaa combination of ancient wisdom and modern truth, based on Yogi Bhajan's teachings of Kundalini Yoga and the power of women. Sacred circles gather a group of women and take them on a journey of personal transformation, designed to promote personal growth and self-awareness. 
  • Yoga Nidra - or yogic sleep is an exceptional deeply relaxing meditation practice, where you are lying on floor, comfortably supported by blankets and other props, then guided through an amazing relaxation. It is deeply healing on all levels and is more restful than actually sleeping.


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