Akasha offers a range of classes to accommodate most schedules. Whether you’re a beginner or more advanced student, eager to be challenged or in a “light and easy” mood, we’re here seven days a week to welcome you to class. If you are new to Akasha feel free to fill out the registration form for your first visit.
Akasha’s other offerings:
- For more information on kids yoga and prenatal yoga through Sweet Feet Yoga click here
- For more information on Tai Chi with Evie click here
Akasha’s Yoga Schedule
|10:00-11:15am||2-3||Hatha w/challenge pose||Jennifer|
|5:45-6:45pm||Tai Chi||Evie *Session Info|
|11:00-12:15pm||1-2||Hatha w/Yin pose||Jenny|
|7:00-8:15pm||2-3||Hatha w/challenge pose||Jennifer|
|7:00-8:15pm||2||Hatha w/Yoga Nidra||Emilie|
|10:00-11:15am||1-2||Yin w/slow flow||Jenny|
|7:00-8:15pm||2-3||Hatha w/challenge pose||Becky|
|10:00-11:15pm||2-3||Hatha w/challenge pose||Laura|
|12:30-1:30pm||Tai Chi||Evie *Session Info|
Level 1 classes focus on the basics of alignment, vinyasa (breath synchronized movement), and breathing techniques (pranayama), to help students build a strong foundation both physically and mentally. These classes are ideal for the beginner or for anyone who enjoys working on the fundamental aspects of yoga practice.
Level 2 classes will assume some working knowledge of the basic poses. There will be more of an emphasis on linking the poses in the sequence, and practicing holds, variations, and breathing techniques that challenge the student to go deeper. Students are expected to work at his or her own pace to get the most out of her practice and know the limits and needs of her body.
Level 3 classes are geared towards teachers and experienced practitioners. Poses can be held longer or moved into and out of more quickly. Inverted poses, arm balances and more advanced backbends will likely be explored. Students are expected to know when to back off and when to push forward in these classes. Level 3 students should have at least one year of consistent practice and be in good health.
Hatha-A yoga system of physical exercises and breathing control
Flow—A faster pace, continuous movement that synchronizes with the breath
Meditation—A 15-minute formal meditation that can be a guided one at end of class
Private yoga—Please call for appointment for any level
Restorative—Gentle poses are held for extended periods to promote flexibility
*Tai Chi—Is a slow, low-impact dance-like movements balance mind, body and spirit. This is a session class, for more information please click the Session Info link
Yin—A slow-paced, meditative practice of long holds
Yoga Nidra—A guided visualization to aid in extreme relaxation to support deep sleep
Classes and instructors are subject to change.