Maya’s well-trained and experienced instructors lead a variety of yoga classes tailored to your practice.
Whatever your goals are for your yoga practice, Maya Whole Health has a full schedule of group yoga classes to choose from. Virtually every class incorporates modifications that customize your practice for the greatest benefit.
Iyengar Yoga –develop balance, strength, flexibility, concentration and self-awareness through precision in movement. Newer and seasoned students are guided to their potential.
Restorative ViniYoga –Gently strengthen the core, open the joints, increase flexibility and begin to move the synovial fluids into joints and tissues that have become locked down through everyday living, injury or repetitive stress. Specific sequences are designed to create calm and focus in body. Viniyoga also treats asana practice as a means of deepening self awareness to reach self transformation. Great for runners, cyclists, rowers, those with mobility limitations due to injury, disease or age.
Basics Flow Yoga –Learn fundamentals of alignment, basic poses, stretching and strengthening exercises, breathing and relaxation techniques. Great for beginning yoga students as well as all levels who wish to refine their practice with a solid foundation.
Hatha Flow Yoga –Through breathing (pranayama) and relaxation, this class works on improving strength, flexibility and balance. Students also learn to chant, can develop an inversion practice (head and shoulder stands) and learn basic Sanskrit.
Vinyasa Flow Yoga –Move dynamically with the breath, stretching the body through transitions through poses and finding balance. Modifications and level options offered.
Vigorous Flow Yoga – Offers diverse, ever-changing choreography, moving dynamically with the breath. Not appropriate for those brand new to yoga practice, but basics level novice to advanced will receive appropriate modifications, adjustments and levels of challenge.
Core Strength Vinyasa -Concentrates on the body’s solar plexus region, addressing the rectus abdominus obliques (otherwise known as 6-pack abs). Through a series of flowing movements, students work on balance and stability, which not only works the core but benefits the spine.
Prenatal/Postnatal Yoga – Both strength-building and tension-relieving poses help the body nurture and prepare for childbirth. Also, breath work, mindfulness and a supportive community rejuvenate mom during the early weeks of baby’s life.
Yoga for Runners (and Others) –Combines the benefits of traditional yoga asana practices with a range of stretching, breathing and strengthening postures for the modern-day runner/walker/cyclist and other active individuals.
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