Yoga styles and traditions to complement your practice

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Pre/Post Natal

A rejuvenative yet energizing gentle classes adapted to the pre and post natal mothers, that emphasizes stability, flexibility and vitality. These classes offer mothers a space of relaxation and an opportunity to connect with their babies. Babies are welcome. An excellent preparation for birthing through breath, body and mind awareness.

In preparation for child birth, your body can become more lax and supple. This class aims to maintain and build strength especially in your lower body. Using modifications to accommodate your growing belly, flow through leg strengthening poses like chair, extended side angle and warrior II. Get a nice side body opening with trikonasana before cooling down with a seated shoulder opener. Move into the rest of your day with grace. Props Needed: A block.
Practice Focus: Prenatal
1-2 10 Claudine Lafond
Pregnancy is a time when your senses are heightened, your body is strong, and your will is even stronger! It’s a time to step into your strength as a woman and a creator. Empower yourself from the inside out with this energizing flow. Challenge yourself to tap into your inner warrior through standing poses, upper body strengthening and hip openers. Revisit this class throughout your pregnancy, to remind yourself how powerful you really are!
Practice Focus: Prenatal
1-2 30 Carole Westerman
Your pelvic floor can be an elusive place to find in your practice. You know it’s important to care for it during pregnancy and as a preparation for birth, but what does that even mean? Short and sweet, this class introduces you to easily accessible poses designed to help bring awareness to your root. Come to a comfortable seat and move through a series of seated poses as well as squats to help create greater body sensibility. Props Needed: A blanket.
Practice Focus: Prenatal
1-2 5 Carole Westerman
A wonderfully fluid practice designed to keep both you and your baby moving in unison. Begin with a few hip circles to warm up your lower body and dynamic seated cat/cows to direct the flow of energy to your spine and front body. Open your side body with dancing gate pose flow. Get creative and explore your own organic movements. Savor and appreciate each moment you have in this special stage of your life. Props Needed: Two bolsters and a blanket.
Practice Focus: Prenatal
2 20 Claudine Lafond
During pregnancy, you are engaging in the most creative act of your life. Harness this potential and use it to inspire your practice. Move into a fluid flow that taps into your spring of originality and imagination, allowing you to free your artistic side and create spaciousness. Gracefully practice hip openers, standing postures, gentle backbends and grounding cross-body poses with unique transitions and lots of flowing arm movements, using props as needed. Props Needed: A blanket.
Practice Focus: Prenatal
1-2 60 Carole Westerman
It only takes a few moments to start feeling a shift in energy, once you stop to pay attention. Take a seat, breathe deep and enjoy a few delicious poses to soothe neck and shoulder tightness. Perfect for a quick break in your office chair to release any stagnation or muscular build up from working on your computer. Walk away ready to continue the rest of your day with more space and ease. Props Needed: A block and a blanket.
Practice Focus: Prenatal
1-2 5 Claudine Lafond
Your body changes daily during pregnancy. One day you feel abundant and beautiful, the next bloated and unbalanced. Whatever kind of day you’re having, just get on your mat and let the magic happen! This class is all about LOVE, with a focus on heart opening and positive affirmation. Begin with pigeon pose before flowing into goddess, with a forward fold to complete. Love yourself, love your miraculous body, and love the life you’re creating.
Practice Focus: Prenatal
1-2 30 Carole Westerman
Engage your little one in the joys of yoga with this fun and interactive class that focuses on the basics of a yoga practice, such as meditation, breathing, and movement. Play with namaste claps before chanting together the sound of Om. Stretch your bodies together with a few cat and cow movements, arm circles, warrior II and happy baby. A perfect class when you and your toddler want to move and breath together.
Practice Focus: Parents
1-2 15 Jo Tastula
The wall can be an incredible prop for your yoga practice, especially when pregnant. In this class, use it to ground your back leg in some delicious standing poses that emphasize hip, calf and hamstring opening. Start seated with a few side bends and cat/cow to open your spine. Prepare to invigorate your legs and experience some much needed freedom in your lower back. Class culminates in a supported ardha chandrasana at the wall. Props Needed: A block and wall space.
Practice Focus: Prenatal
2 30 Carole Westerman
If you didn’t know how precious sleep was before you were pregnant, you surely do as a mother-to-be! Start slow, build to a crescendo, then slide back down into a calm puddle of gratitude. Expect lots of calming forward folds with resting of the head, some subtle shoulder and chest opening, and an all levels inversion too. Props Needed: Two blocks, a bolster and a blanket.
Practice Focus: Prenatal
1-2 45 Carole Westerman
Toddlers are amazing yogis to practice with. They are completely spontaneous and honest. Have fun with your little one and enjoy the wonders of discovering yoga through animals. Begin with a very brief meditation before introducing poses like down dog, tree, cat/cow and cobra as you walk through the jungle on an animal adventure. No props needed, although a blanket might be nice for savasana. Have fun and bring your best animal noises! Props Suggested: A blanket.
Practice Focus: Parents
1-2 20 Jo Tastula
Water is the essential element to nourish and support life. Relax and support your fluid system, while also preparing your body gradually for birth. Poses include hip opening, supported backbends, and quad stretches. Props make this practice as restorative as you like, depending on your energy on any given day. Props Needed: A bolster, a blanket and one or two blocks.
Practice Focus: Prenatal
1-2 60 Carole Westerman

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