In our Beginner's Yoga class, we focus on building a solid foundation by introducing fundamental yoga poses, basic alignment principles, and breath awareness. These classes move at a slower pace, allowing individuals to become familiar with the postures. Our instructors place emphasis on providing clear instructions, encouragement, and modifications to accommodate various fitness levels and body types. Beginner’s yoga is a great way to learn the basics, improve flexibility, and gain confidence in your yoga practice without feeling overwhelmed.
Gentle Yoga is a soothing and accessible form of yoga that focuses on slow, mindful movements, flexibility, and relaxation. It's designed to be gentle on the body, making it suitable for people of all ages and fitness levels, including beginners and those with physical limitations. In our Gentle Yoga class, you can expect to move through poses at a slower pace, often with the support of props like blankets or bolsters. The emphasis is on stretching, breath awareness, and promoting a sense of calm and well-being. It's a fantastic option if you’re looking to de-stress, improve flexibility, and cultivate a more mindful connection with your body.
Vinyasa Yoga is a style of yoga that emphasizes the coordination of breath and movement. It involves smoothly transitioning between poses in a continuous flow, creating a dynamic and meditative practice. Our Vinyasa classes often start with a series of sun salutations to warm up the body and then progress into a creative sequence of poses, linked together by the breath. It's a versatile and rhythmic style, suitable for all practitioners. Depending on the overall energy levels of the class, the intensity may vary.
Pure Energy Flow is the name for our power flow class. This is a dynamic and energetic style of yoga that emphasizes strength, flexibility, and endurance. Power yoga is more fitness-oriented and can include a variety of challenging poses designed to build muscle and improve cardiovascular health. The pace of a power yoga class is often quicker than traditional yoga styles, creating a more intense and physically demanding workout. This style is suitable for those who are looking for a vigorous and athletic approach to yoga, combining strength training with the meditative aspects of traditional yoga practice.
Hot Yoga is a style of yoga performed in a heated room, our room will typically range from 80 - 90 degrees. The increased temperature is believed to enhance flexibility, promote detoxification through sweating, and intensify the cardiovascular aspect of the practice. The heat in our Hot Yoga classes can create a challenging yet invigorating experience, helping to loosen muscles and increase circulation. However, it's important for our practitioners to stay well-hydrated and be mindful of their body's limits in the elevated temperature. Hot yoga is suitable for those who enjoy a more intense and sweat-inducing practice.
Yin Yoga is a slow and meditative style of yoga that targets the connective tissues, such as ligaments, tendons, and fascia, with the aim of increasing circulation and flexibility. In our Yin Yoga class, poses are held for longer durations, typically ranging from 3 to 5 minutes or even more. The longer holds and deep stretches aim to release tension in specific areas and promote a sense of openness. Yin yoga is a great complement to more active styles of yoga and can be beneficial for improving flexibility, joint mobility, and mindfulness. It's a gentle and introspective practice, making it suitable for various levels of practitioners.
Our All Levels class is designed to create an inclusive environment for everyone who practices at Pure Energy. Our instructors will offer a mix of accessible foundational poses and modifications or progressions, ensuring that participants can tailor the practice to their individual needs. Our focus is to create a non-competitive and welcoming atmosphere for our community. Whether you're new to yoga or looking to deepen your practice, this class provides a versatile and adaptable space for practitioners with diverse fitness levels and goals.
Restorative Yoga is a gentle and therapeutic style of yoga that focuses on relaxation and rejuvenation. In our restorative yoga class, the emphasis is on supported and comfortable poses held for extended periods, allowing the body to release tension and stress.The use of props such as blankets, bolsters, and blocks provide maximum support and comfort. The poses are often passive and floor-based, promoting a deep sense of relaxation. Restorative Yoga is less about stretching or strengthening and more about creating a restful and calming experience for the body and mind. This class is suitable for everyone. It's a wonderful practice for slowing down, tuning into the breath, and finding a sense of tranquility in the midst of our busy lives.
Aerial Yoga is a unique style of yoga that incorporates the use of a fabric hammock or swing suspended from the ceiling to support and enhance traditional yoga poses. In Our Aerial Yoga class, our certified instructors guide participants to use the hammock to deepen stretches, achieve inversions, and perform various poses that may be challenging on the ground. The hammock provides both support and resistance, allowing for increased flexibility, strength building, and a sense of weightlessness during certain movements. Aerial Yoga can be both playful and therapeutic, offering a different perspective on traditional yoga practices. Please note that, for the safety of all participants, there is a weight limit of 250 pounds. As part of our commitment to safety, everyone engaging in Aerial Yoga will be asked to step on the scale.
Chair Yoga is a form of yoga that is practiced while sitting in a chair or using a chair for support. It's designed to make yoga more accessible to individuals with limited mobility, balance issues, or those who may find it challenging to practice traditional yoga on the mat. In our Chair Yoga class, practitioners perform a variety of gentle stretches, poses, and breathing exercises while seated. Chair Yoga can also include standing poses with the chair for support if the participants are comfortable doing so. This form of yoga is particularly beneficial for seniors, individuals with disabilities, or anyone looking for a gentle and accessible way to incorporate the benefits of yoga into their routine.
Our Ashtanga yoga class involves a predefined series of poses, known as the Primary Series, which includes sun salutations, standing poses, seated poses, and a closing sequence. The emphasis is on linking breath with movement in a continuous and flowing manner. Ashtanga yoga is known for its disciplined approach, and practitioners are encouraged to progress at their own pace, mastering each pose before moving on to the next. It's a vigorous and structured practice that aims to build strength, flexibility, and mental focus.