Everything You Need to Know About then Different Yoga Classes We Offer
Vinyasa translates into "to place in a special way" Vinyasa yoga was adapted from ashtanga yoga in the 1980s and involves deep stretching with light physical activity.
Movements are coordinated with your breath in order to flow from one pose to another. Vinyasa styles and pose sequencing can vary depending on the instructor,
or how they feel that day ;)
The Sanskrit term "hatha" is an umbrella term for all physical postures of yoga and simply refers to all the other styles of yoga, that are grounded in a physical practice.
Our Hatha classes offered here at Two Feathers include a similar experience to our Vinyasa classes, except, there are less poses and each poses is held for a longer period of time, getting into an even deeper stretch.
Hatha is a great place to start if you are new to yoga!
Yin yoga is a slow-paced style of yoga where only seated postures are practiced and are held anywhere from 45 seconds to 2 minutes. The classes are relaxed, as you let gravity do most of the work for you.
Yin can also be a helpful meditative practice allowing you relax, unwind and find inner peace.
Restorative yoga focuses on relaxing the mind and is the perfect yoga class after a long day or to unwind before bed. At its core, this style focuses on body relaxation to help cleanse and free your mind.
With only a few poses per class and held for 5+ minutes, props may be used, such as blankets, blocks and bolsters to ensure a relaxing experience for everyone at any level.
Vibrational healing or vibrational sound therapy is used in practice to retune your body, mind and spirit.
Encouraging relaxation, healing and wellness this service uses therapeutic singing bowls to create a combination of tones and vibrations which produce a state of tranquility which can also act as a massage to calm the nervous system.