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Vinyasa + Power


Mindful Vinyasa​ (Non-Heated + Heated)

If you are brand new to yoga and want to gain more overall flexibility, balance, and strength this class is for you. Our Mindful Vinyasa classes are slow-paced, allowing time for students to learn each yoga pose and find proper alignment. You will be guided through a sequence of reclining, seated, and standing postures while also learning yoga breathing techniques for relaxation. This class will offer special attention to detail for each pose, as well as more personalized instruction within a group setting. Mindful Vinyasa is suitable for brand new yoga students and all levels of practitioners who want to increase their knowledge of fundamental Vinyasa Yoga. These classes are held in a comfortable room temperature of 70-80 degrees with heated classes also available. 

Vinyasa (Non-Heated + Heated)

Yoga Landing's Vinyasa classes are well suited for all levels of students ranging from beginner to advanced. If you are completely new to yoga, gain experience first in our Mindful Vinyasa classes. Vinyasa classes are movement based and offer a creative, flowing (sometimes cardiovascular) sequence of postures connecting movement with breath. These classes are designed to create an overall balance of strength, flexibility, and range of mobility. To serve all students, advanced options will be given. Students can stay where they are or choose to explore more challenging poses or complex sequences as experience is built. This is a safe space for all students to choose their preferred way. The non-heated classes are held in a comfortable room temperature of 70-80 degrees, while the heated classes are 90-97 degrees. 

Sometimes Vinyasa classes are offered as a Community Yoga Class. These are weekly classes offered as $8 drop-ins. Regular class packages & memberships can be applied.

Power Yoga

Power Yoga is a powerful, energetic class. As one of our more challenging classes, it cultivates strength, balance, stability, flexibility, and vigor in one session. Baron Baptiste, the founder of this form of yoga, describes this practice as “the perfect blend of sweat and serenity.” Modifications are offered for all levels of  students.

Prana Flow

Prana Flow is a balancing blend of meditation, pranayam (Breathwork), core, somatic spinal movements, dynamic flow and mantra to bring you back home to yourself.

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