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Gentle

This class takes a gentle approach to the practice of yoga focusing on slower movements, breath work, stretching, and relaxation. Perfect for anyone who wants a slower, more meditative or less heated type practice. Class is spent in a variety of positions, such as laying on the back or stomach, and seated postures, but students should be able to transition on/off the floor for gentle kneeling or standing poses. This class is suitable for those looking for a less weight-baring experience or those with limitations in mobility or recovering from injuries.

Roots

This class is focused on the fundamentals of the practice; creating a strong foundation for the practice of yoga. Postures are taught from the ground up with precise alignment cues and include the use of props to support the practice. Roots classes simplify the language and practice to empower students and help them become confident practitioners of any class.

Flow

Flow is an intermediate level class designed for students that have a solid foundation of the yoga practice and up. Students will be challenged with the use of vinyasas and intermediate level postures throughout the class, and will be introduced to some advanced level postures. Perfect for student with a foundation of the yoga practice and comfortable practicing intermediate level poses. Flow yoga is a style of yoga that links poses together, breath to movement, and uses a vinyasa- plank to chaturanga to cobra/upward facing dog to downward facing dog- in between sequences. At Honor Yoga, we offer three levels of Flow for you to deepen your yoga practice, slow flow, flow and power flow.

Slow Flow

Slow Flow is a mixed level class designed for students with some yoga experience and up. A Slow Flow class offers a nurturing tone and slower pace in the fluid style of flow yoga. Students will be introduced to intermediate level poses workshop style that will build on their foundation. Flow yoga is a style of yoga that links poses together, breath to movement, and uses a vinyasa- plank to chaturanga to cobra/upward facing dog to downward facing dog- in between sequences. At Honor Yoga, we offer three levels of Flow for you to deepen your yoga practice, slow flow, flow and power flow.

Power Flow

Power Flow is a challenging class, emphasizing both cardiovascular endurance and strength in this advanced flow practice. The class is specifically designed with repetitive powerful movements, unique sequencing and transitions needed to move between postures and includes optional advanced asana such as arm balances and inversions with multiple peak poses offered. Variations of each advanced posture is included to help students build up to the full expression of each pose with time and practice. It is recommended that students are comfortable in Flow classes before beginning their Power Flow practice. Flow yoga is a style of yoga that links poses together, breath to movement, and uses a vinyasa- plank to chaturanga to cobra/upward facing dog to downward facing dog- in between sequences.

Strong & Calm

Strong & Calm is a yoga class that builds strength, stamina, and joint stability by holding active standing and seated poses for longer periods of time. You will find meditative movements paired with attention to breath

Aerial Flow

Aerial flow is a mixed level class that moves with fluidity and links poses together. Using an aerial silk allows the body to work gravity, create space in the joints, and lengthen the muscles. The aerial yoga wraps rest on pressure points bringing energetic balance to the meridians in the body. Compression free inversions boost the lymphatic system and detoxify the body while giving traction to the spine. An overall increase in flexibility, increase in the circulatory system, and mood boost are among some of the additional benefits to a regular practice.

Aerial Roots

Aerial Roots is a foundational practice, perfect for those new to aerial. Using an aerial silk allows the body to work gravity, create space in the joints, and lengthen the muscles. The aerial yoga wraps rest on pressure points bringing energetic balance to the meridians in the body. Compression free inversions boost the lymphatic system and detoxify the body while giving traction to the spine. An overall increase in flexibility, increase in the circulatory system, and mood boost are among some of the additional benefits to a regular practice.

Meditation

Meditation cultivates a deep awareness of your body, your mind, and your deepest self. As you develop the practice of meditation, this connection and awareness will help you move through your life with presence and compassion. At Honor Yoga, we offer live led classes, as well as meditation classes on-demand for a deeply personal class experience. Through a specific meditative focus, such as Mindfulness, Mantra, Balance, Heart, Imagery, or Sound, our meditations are all taught with the intention of uncovering your natural state of peace and harmony.

Yin

The yin practice encourages the release of contraction held in the connective tissues of the body, including ligaments and bones. Yin yoga complements dynamic yoga practices, which primarily focus on change at the muscular level (yang). Passive postures are held typically for three to five minutes to allow for deep release. Focus on the breath and awareness of sensations that arise during the asana promote a meditative state. Challenge your threshold for stillness as you move inward to find balance and connect with an increased fluidity and stability of the joints and of the mind.

Restore

Relaxing and restful on the surface, restorative is a therapeutic practice that supports healing on the inside. Whether you take restorative yoga for therapeutic purposes or as a rejuvenating and relaxing compliment to your challenge classes, restorative yoga calms the nervous system and allows for deep tissue healing. Props are used to support the body fully for ease, no strain or tension during the long period in which poses are held.

YogaBarre

YogaBarre is a fusion of yoga, barre and Pilates. A beginner friendly, challenging and unique workout designed to sculpt and strengthen your entire body and increase flexibility while connecting with the breath, mind, body, and spirit philosophies of yoga. During class you will experience a feeling of grounding and calming. You will learn work out while working inward. This results-producing class is designed by Honor Yoga's exclusive YogaBarre educators.

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Gentle

This class takes a gentle approach to the practice of yoga focusing on slower movements, breath work, stretching, and relaxation. Perfect for anyone who wants a slower, more meditative or less heated type practice. Class is spent in a variety of positions, such as laying on the back or stomach, and seated postures, but students should be able to transition on/off the floor for gentle kneeling or standing poses. This class is suitable for those looking for a less weight-baring experience or those with limitations in mobility or recovering from injuries.

Roots

This class is focused on the fundamentals of the practice; creating a strong foundation for the practice of yoga. Postures are taught from the ground up with precise alignment cues and include the use of props to support the practice. Roots classes simplify the language and practice to empower students and help them become confident practitioners of any class.

Flow

Flow is an intermediate level class designed for students that have a solid foundation of the yoga practice and up. Students will be challenged with the use of vinyasas and intermediate level postures throughout the class, and will be introduced to some advanced level postures. Perfect for student with a foundation of the yoga practice and comfortable practicing intermediate level poses. Flow yoga is a style of yoga that links poses together, breath to movement, and uses a vinyasa- plank to chaturanga to cobra/upward facing dog to downward facing dog- in between sequences. At Honor Yoga, we offer three levels of Flow for you to deepen your yoga practice, slow flow, flow and power flow.

Slow Flow

Slow Flow is a mixed level class designed for students with some yoga experience and up. A Slow Flow class offers a nurturing tone and slower pace in the fluid style of flow yoga. Students will be introduced to intermediate level poses workshop style that will build on their foundation. Flow yoga is a style of yoga that links poses together, breath to movement, and uses a vinyasa- plank to chaturanga to cobra/upward facing dog to downward facing dog- in between sequences. At Honor Yoga, we offer three levels of Flow for you to deepen your yoga practice, slow flow, flow and power flow.

Power Flow

Power Flow is a challenging class, emphasizing both cardiovascular endurance and strength in this advanced flow practice. The class is specifically designed with repetitive powerful movements, unique sequencing and transitions needed to move between postures and includes optional advanced asana such as arm balances and inversions with multiple peak poses offered. Variations of each advanced posture is included to help students build up to the full expression of each pose with time and practice. It is recommended that students are comfortable in Flow classes before beginning their Power Flow practice. Flow yoga is a style of yoga that links poses together, breath to movement, and uses a vinyasa- plank to chaturanga to cobra/upward facing dog to downward facing dog- in between sequences.

Strong & Calm

Strong & Calm is a yoga class that builds strength, stamina, and joint stability by holding active standing and seated poses for longer periods of time. You will find meditative movements paired with attention to breath

Aerial Flow

Aerial flow is a mixed level class that moves with fluidity and links poses together. Using an aerial silk allows the body to work gravity, create space in the joints, and lengthen the muscles. The aerial yoga wraps rest on pressure points bringing energetic balance to the meridians in the body. Compression free inversions boost the lymphatic system and detoxify the body while giving traction to the spine. An overall increase in flexibility, increase in the circulatory system, and mood boost are among some of the additional benefits to a regular practice.

Aerial Roots

Aerial Roots is a foundational practice, perfect for those new to aerial. Using an aerial silk allows the body to work gravity, create space in the joints, and lengthen the muscles. The aerial yoga wraps rest on pressure points bringing energetic balance to the meridians in the body. Compression free inversions boost the lymphatic system and detoxify the body while giving traction to the spine. An overall increase in flexibility, increase in the circulatory system, and mood boost are among some of the additional benefits to a regular practice.

Meditation

Meditation cultivates a deep awareness of your body, your mind, and your deepest self. As you develop the practice of meditation, this connection and awareness will help you move through your life with presence and compassion. At Honor Yoga, we offer live led classes, as well as meditation classes on-demand for a deeply personal class experience. Through a specific meditative focus, such as Mindfulness, Mantra, Balance, Heart, Imagery, or Sound, our meditations are all taught with the intention of uncovering your natural state of peace and harmony.

Yin

The yin practice encourages the release of contraction held in the connective tissues of the body, including ligaments and bones. Yin yoga complements dynamic yoga practices, which primarily focus on change at the muscular level (yang). Passive postures are held typically for three to five minutes to allow for deep release. Focus on the breath and awareness of sensations that arise during the asana promote a meditative state. Challenge your threshold for stillness as you move inward to find balance and connect with an increased fluidity and stability of the joints and of the mind.

Restore

Relaxing and restful on the surface, restorative is a therapeutic practice that supports healing on the inside. Whether you take restorative yoga for therapeutic purposes or as a rejuvenating and relaxing compliment to your challenge classes, restorative yoga calms the nervous system and allows for deep tissue healing. Props are used to support the body fully for ease, no strain or tension during the long period in which poses are held.

YogaBarre

YogaBarre is a fusion of yoga, barre and Pilates. A beginner friendly, challenging and unique workout designed to sculpt and strengthen your entire body and increase flexibility while connecting with the breath, mind, body, and spirit philosophies of yoga. During class you will experience a feeling of grounding and calming. You will learn work out while working inward. This results-producing class is designed by Honor Yoga's exclusive YogaBarre educators.

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About Our Classes

Infused in all Honor Yoga Classes you will find a dash of philosophy/dharma talk, breathing/pranayama and elements of meditation. Each class always ends with a delicious relaxing recovery/savasana with aromatherapy using Honors signature essential oils. Most classes are 60 minutes in length allowing you the ability to meditation before our after class guided by Honor Yoga Now’s professional meditations

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