Are you new to yoga and you would like to learn the basics? Or do you just want to learn the subtle nuances of poses? Then you may want to try the Vinyasa Level 1 class at 7:30am on Mondays. We explore postural groups or focus on a specific body part during month long intervals. This repetition allows you to see progress and watch the subtle mind-body evolution as postures land differently for you each time you step on the mat.
Thursday morning Gentle Flow is an all-level class geared towards people who have a consistent practice and are looking to find balance. Do not confuse "Gentle" with "Easy." This slow flow challenges the mind to stop running through the stresses of everyday life. Poses are held longer than a regular vinyasa class, giving you time to take note of the sensations in the body and follow the breath.
Accessibility: Single step at entry, Bathroom not handicap accessible
The Mindful Flow class has a steady pace that's accessible for most people. We work the entire body and explore unconventional transitions. The new gym is located on Route 72 across from Lebanon Valley Cycles.
Membership to the gym is not required, but classes are at a discounted rate for members.
Classes are drop-in, no pre-registration needed.
Members $5 / class
Accessibility: Ramp at entry, No stairs, handicap accessible bathrooms
It doesn't matter if it's your first class or your 1,000th. Bring a mat, grab a friend and flow with your community in the beautiful banquet hall above the market. Please arrive 5-10 minutes early to allow time to find your spot and settle in. Blocks are commonly used to offer more support in postures.
Classes are based on a sliding-scale. You choose your rate, suggested $5 -$10.
Accessibility: There is an elevator that can be taken to the third floor. Handicap Accessible bathroom available
Yoga is so much more than physical postures. This Trauma Informed class places more of an emphasis on the breath and internal dialogue that we constantly produce.
Yoga practice has proven to be an incredible healing tool for many people who have experienced trauma. Trauma isn't only extreme situations such as war or abuse, but also includes things like being forgotten somewhere as a kid, not feeling seen as a teenager, living with someone who has a history with addiction, experiencing bullying as a child or adult.
Most people have experience some form of trauma. This class may help you to work through it using breath and simple body movements.
Accessibility: Three stairs to get into the building, No handicap accessible bathroom