Class Titles

cOMmunity class: Vinyasa

cOMmunity classes are led by newly certified teachers, or those currently enrolled in the Boston Yoga School teacher training program.

This well-rounded vinyasa class will include standing postures, balancing, hip and heart openers, twisting and breath work.  Modifications and use of props are offered and encouraged. Suitable for all levels, the classes will vary with each instructor’s unique personality and teaching style.

$6 CASH ONLY to drop-in / FREE for FYC Members

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cOMmunity class: Yoga 101

Designed for beginners or those desiring a refresher on the basics, this summer series is the perfect chance for anyone interested in starting a yoga practice. This series will cover asana (postures), pranayama (breathing techniques) and simple mindfulness practices in a supportive and nurturing environment. The studio is outfitted with all that you need to start your yoga journey, and all are welcome.

$6 to drop-in / Cash only. Members free.

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Open to all levels and abilities, this class focuses on the fundamental building blocks of the vinyasa practice of movement with breath. Great for beginning students with no prior experience and seasoned students who want to break down poses and work at a slower pace.

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Vinyasa (all levels)

Build strength, stamina, flexibility and greater mind-body awareness as you move through a range of creatively and purposefully sequenced postures.  Experience intelligent alignment cues with options to modify or move deeper into each posture.  This mixed levels class welcomes all practitioners.

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Gentle Basics

A slow-paced class of foundational and restorative postures, calming breath and meditation techniques to relieve stress, relax muscle tension, ease joint stiffness and gain flexibility.  If you are new to yoga or looking for a slower class to refine your practice, this is where to be.

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Yin Yoga

This class focuses on stimulating the connective tissue by holding postures in a reclined or seated position for 3-5 minutes.  Yin Yoga is a still and passive practice.  Physically, we work the space between our knees and navel, the hips, pelvis and spine, to create space and mobility in our tightest areas.  Energetically, we open the body’s meridian system to allow the continuous flow of Qi (chi).  Psychologically, we practice being, allowing and contentment to balance our active, stressful yang lives.  This class is suitable for all levels.  

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Dive deeper into a physical practice that explores more complex variations and deeper expressions of asana.  An intermediate/advanced practitioner is one who can navigate through their practice with intelligence and self-awareness.  You do not need to be able to perform advanced poses to participate.  This class is a combination of flow and workshop as we deliberately move toward a peak posture or series of postures in a supportive setting.

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Restorative Yoga

Restorative Yoga is the practice of allowing the body to rest and deeply relax, using props to support the body in restful postures.  This therapeutic practice restores the central nervous system and is beneficial for stress relief, improved digestion, reduction of blood pressure, muscular tension, insomnia and fatigue.  Appropriate for all levels, including pre and post-natal. *Pre-registration necessary to attend this class.

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Yoga for Runners

As runners, we are used to striving and working hard to achieve the goals we set for ourselves. We often take that approach into all aspects of cross training; including the yoga mat.  This class will work on meditation techniques that focus on learning to slow down and listen.  We will move the body through postures that complement the repetitive movements of putting one foot in front of the other, and pay careful attention to nourishing and restoring the body.   Open to all levels of runners and athletes.

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