Classes Schedule

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Child's Pose

Vinyasa AM Yoga

Monday 9-10:00 am with Gabriel Fleetwood

Wednesday 9-10 am with Lindy Chronkite

Thursday 9-10:00 am with Marisa Frazier  

Vinyasa PM Yoga

Monday 5:30-6:30 pm with Lindy Chronkite
Thursday 5:30-6:30 pm with Lindy Chronkite

Y12SR

Fridays 5:15-6:45 with Travis Powell

Yoga for Strength and Balance

Tuesdays at 5:45 with Christine Moses

Wednesdays at 5:30 with Jaclyn (Anand) 

Kundalini Yoga

Tuesday 9 am to 10 am with Anand (Jaclyn)
Tuesdays 7-8pm with Anand (Jaclyn)
Sunday 10-11am with Christine Rogers (Sant Amara)

Gentle Hatha Yoga

Fridays at 10:30 with Christine Moses/ Jaclyn Kohler

(Alternating every other week; See Schedulicity for the most accurate schedule) 

Candle Light Gentle Stretch

Thursdays 7 pm with Carla Notarianni

Queen City Acro Workshop Series

Next Series TBD

Foundations of Yoga

Mondays at 7 pm with Katie Carter

Childrens Yoga for 10-12 years old

Monday 4-5pm

with Anand (Jaclyn)

Restorative

 Wednesdays 7 pm with Leslie Smith 

Saturdays $7 Community Class 12 pm with Kelsey Esther 

Functional Flow

Saturdays 9:30 am with Kelsey Esther

Gratitude Vinaysa

Wednesdays at 9 am with Annie Sicard

Rest and Reset

Sundays at 6 pm with Chase Eckley

Classes We Offer

Something for Every Body

Iyengar Yoga

Vinyasa Yoga

This particular class helps build a strong core from which one can transition into new positions and exercises. This flow centers around control and precision, with a diversity of exercises and modifications to suit a wide range of levels from beginner to advanced. With this class, you will learn and practice the tools needed to lead a healthy and fit lifestyle, while also remaining mindful in every act you perform.

Stretch with Block

Yoga for Strength and Balance

This class is based on Iyengar yoga, a form of Hatha yoga that focuses on precise body alignment and engagement of muscles to create stability, strength and flexibility.  Asanas (postures) are typically held longer and props (blocks, straps, chairs) are used to fully experience the benefits.  Movement is coordinated with breath to give a mind to body connection.  This class is beneficial for all ages and all skill levels and is particularly beneficial as a therapeutic yoga style to help relieve chronic pain and mental stress.

Yoga Stretches

Rest and Reset

In this class, you will be guided through a series of postures, breath patterns and meditations to relax, realign and reinvigorate your mind and body. This class is a great way to set yourself up for success in the week to come.

 
Yoga Practice

Gentle

A gentle Iyengar based hatha practice to guide you into the subtle state of peace that is found through movement and breath connection. Great for all levels, and all ages!

 
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Functional Flow

Come to build strength, mobilize, and develop breath lead flow.
Invite dynamic and functional movement into your life with creative mobility flows and developmental movement practices. 

These classes will progress from simple to complex to develop alignment, power and rhythm. 

Photo Credit: Kelsey Henderson

 
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Gratitude Vinyasa

 Gratitude Vinyasa is an ashtanga inspired movement meditation that releases blockages in the central nervous system, stimulates organ health and detox, improves strength and balance while opening the heart to receive light! 

 
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 Queen City Acro Workshops

Your local acro community, Queen City Acro is offering 6 week series workshops.  Acro is a two or more person flow or static art that draws on movements and poses from yoga, cheer, dance, circus arts, and more to build strength, skills, and trust. Because of the structured nature of these classes, preregistration is required.

 
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Kundalini Yoga

Kundalini yoga is a practice that utilizes asanas (postures), mantra, and pranayam (breathwork) to bring balance to mind, body and Spirit.  Fitness and Spirit meet in a fun way to allow each individual to feel like they got what my teacher Ravi Singh would call a "work in."

Tai Chi

Tai Chi

Tai Chi (short for T'ai Chi Ch'uan), is an internal Martial Art practiced for its health benefits, defense training, and meditation. Originally conceived as a martial art, it is also practiced for a variety of other reasons greater longevity, pushing hands (tui shou), and demonstrations. We begin each class with Qigong, a centuries-old system involving moving meditation, coordinating slow-flowing movement, deep rhythmic breathing, and a calm meditative state of mind; used for health, spiritually, and martial arts training; Followed by A series of movements based on Yang style Tai chi, the most widely practiced style in the world

Iyengar Yoga Class Triangle

Foundations of Yoga

This class is a way is a foundation for body awareness with the support of props.  Each class will have a focus, for example neck and shoulders and a series of postures will be practiced to connect with and realign our bodies into a new awareness.  Bring your aches and pains and watch them disappear through this guided practice.

 
Shavasana

Restorative

You deserve & need wise rest.
These classes will offer soft tissue release, intentional mobility & relaxation.
Reset from the work you do or recover from your other fitness practices. This class will offer grounding movement progressions, breath development, and rejuvenating rest designed to support and stabilize your whole self.

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Childrens Yoga

In Radiant Movements, I apply my specialization in levels  1-3 of Radiant Child Yoga. 

The Radiant Child way is "keep it fun, keep it yoga!" Every class will offer a new adventure and a way to connect inward to your child's inner guide.  Songs and stories make yoga age appropriate, and allow the movements to be natural. Something my teacher said that I absolutely loved was that "its not about if they can do tree pose, we want children to feel successful and good about themselves." I also align with honoring the wisdom of the child, and it being our duty as guides to maintain their awareness. The music is uplifting using positive affirmations, the stories bring in their creative minds, and we are also working with their brains to create balance, and give them tools to move through life with grace and ease via the breath.  Radiant Child Yoga is trademarked and owned by Shakta Khalsa, a yoga teacher of over 35 years and an AMS certified Montessori teacher. More information on books and music to continue to practice after attending class can be found on her website at www.childrensyoga.com

 There is no previous knowledge of yoga required.  

Classes will follow a loose guideline to flow with the needs of the children in the moment, and will include warm ups, a story to guide them through a yoga set, a game or song, a guided relaxation and a mediation. 
My mission is to share my passion for yoga and guide others to find their own inner strength and have the tools necessary to succeed.