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with Shine

Yoga is not about touching our toes, its about what we learn on the way down



June - July 2024 Summer Classes

Tuesday: 10:00-11:00am Senior/Chair Yoga (Vicki)

Check out our summer yoga workshops below!

The following two classes are on hiatus until August 1, 2024



We also specialize in corporate yoga and yoga for athletes.

We are happy to partner with you to determine what would be most beneficial for your group and their unique needs.

Contact us at for a free consultation.

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styles of yoga



Vinyasa is an approach to yoga in which you move from one pose directly into the next. There's a flow to a Vinyasa yoga session, though the specific poses and the pace of the flow vary from one instructor to the next. Vinyasa Flow helps build and maintain strong bones, muscles and connective tissue to maintain a high metabolism, healthy posture, and an active and alive body.



This class is tailored to the needs of the individual. We are on our yoga mats yet chairs are optional and provided for those who need the extra support for sitting or stretching. We focus on breath, flexibility, mobility and strength. Exploration of self-care and self-understanding are encouraged.



As the name suggests, this style of yoga “restores” the body to its parasympathetic nervous system function, which, in turn, helps the body rest, heal, and restore balance. By allowing time for longer asanas (postures or poses) and deeper breathing, restorative yoga helps elicit the relaxation response. This style is offered with hands-on healing assists to further restore the mind, body + spirit.



This style combines the 8-limbs of yoga with the exploration of the Akasha.  During an Akasha Yoga™ session, we explore tapping into this energy field for the purpose of three intentions: inquiry, imprint and integration. We explore sacred prayer, guided meditation, breath, asana, chanting, sound, reflection and foundational truths.

To learn more about Akasha Yoga, visit their website at



Yin Yoga is a slow-paced, therapeutic style of yoga. Yin postures are more passive postures, mainly done on the floor either seated or lying down. There are no sun salutations, no planks, no warriors, no jump throughs! Yin yoga stretches and targets both the deep connective tissues between the muscles, and the fascia throughout the body. The aim is to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility.



Meditation is one of the limbs of yoga. In the practice of meditation, we train attention and awareness, and achieve a mentally clear and emotionally calm and stable state with the goal of bringing this mental state into our regular lives. We offer meditation as a singular practice or in conjunction with movement. We also offer a certification in meditation for those interested in deepening their practice.

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