Asha Yoga Therapy Center and School - Yoga is for everybody

June Class Schedule

Thursday 8:00-9:00 am 
June 1-Mixed 
June 15-NO CLASS
June 22- Mixed
June 29- Mixed

Thursday 5:00-6:00 pm
Therapuetic Yoga 
Mary Jane
This months focus will be on the neck, shoulders and back.
June 1
June 8
June 15 
June 22
June 29- Yin-bringing it all together.

Thursday 7:00-8:00 pm
Mary Jane
June 1- Yin
June 8- Mixed 
June 15- Yin 
June 22- Mixed
June 29- Yin

Saturday 10:00 am-11:00 am
June 10- Mixed
June 17- Short Form Ashtanga
June 24-Mixed

Sunday 11:00 am-12:00 pm
June 4-Yin
June 11-Gentle Mixed
June 18-Yin 
June 25- Gentle Mixed

Monday 7:00-8:00 pm 
June 5-Mixed 
June 12-Mixed
June 19-Mixed 
June 26- Mixed

Tuesday 12:30-1:30 pm
Mary Jane
June 6-Yin
June 13-Mixed
June 20- Yin
June 27- Mixed

Tuesday 6:30-7:30 pm
June 6-Basic Mixed
June 13-Basic Mixed
June 20-Basic Mixed 
June 27- Basic Mixed

Wednesday 7:00-8:00pm
Alyssa and Renee
June 7- Mixed w/Alyssa
June 14- Yin w/Renee
June 21- Mixed w/Alyssa
June 28- Mixed w/ Renee 

Class Descriptions

Mixed- A mixed class combines several forms of yoga. The poses can move from an easy to a more advanced expression. Modifications and options are given to assist in staying or moving in a pose to one's own level. Students will learn the basic poses of Hatha Yoga, Sun Salutations and more. This class will help you grow in your yoga practice. Good for all levels.

Yin- Yin Yoga is based on stretching the deep connective tissues of the body. This practice is done seated on your mat. The focus is on the hips, lower back and pelvis to open the joints and aid in flexibility. The poses are held for 3-5 minutes allowing the breath to move into the tight areas. This can be a deep and meditative practice. Good for all levels.

Therapuetic Yoga -is designed for those recovering from surgery or injury, have physical limits, emotional challenges as well as those who would like to focus on a particular theraputic concern. This class will include a breath practice (pranayama), meditation, basic poses, both seated and standing, and relaxation techniques. Each month the class will have a therapuetic, physical or mental focus, this could include  back pain, neck, shoulder issues, depression, anxiety, trauma, arthritis, cancer, caregiver stress.  The benefits of this class are increased strength, balance, flexibility, enhanced peace of mind and relaxation. Modifications of poses, props and chairs may be used if needed. 
All are welcome to this class even if you do not have any of these concerns. 
This class is good for all levels.

Basic Mixed- Appropriate for beginners or those who enjoy a slower paced class with detailed instruction, this class moves slowly through poses and emphasizes correct alignment and connection with the breath. A great way to unwind at the end of your day, leave feeling relaxed and renewed. Good for all levels.

Ashtanga Short Form -Ashtanga yoga is based on a set sequence of yoga poses. In this class we focus on alignment, posture and breath. From here we  develop confidence, strength and stability. This class is perfect for students who are seeking to enhance and build their practice and advanced practitioners who are looking to increase mindfulness, strength and stamina.

Slow Flow/ Intermediate-This class will focus on breath, alignment and movement. A slow moving class incorporating Yin with classic yoga poses. This class allows you to move at a slower yet intense pace.  
Good for seasoned practitioners/intermediate level.

Yoga Nidra-Yoga Nidra is often referred to as yogic sleep. It is a deep relaxation with inner awareness; the state between wakefulness and sleep. You will be guided thru a process which will assist you in releasing tension and finding a sense of peace. Good for all levels.

Restorative- In restorative yoga, props are used to support the body so that you can hold poses for longer, allowing you to open your body through passive stretching. The postures are usually adapted from supine or seated yoga poses with the addition of blocks, bolsters, and blankets to eliminate unnecessary straining. Restorative classes are usually very relaxing and are a good complement to more active practices. The teacher will arrange for the necessary props to be available to you. The lights may be dimmed and if it is chilly, you may be covered with a blanket since you will not be warming up the body the way you would be in a regular class. After you are set up in a pose with all your props, you will hold the pose for an extended period, often up to ten to twenty minutes. Although you are supported, you will definitely still feel the stretch. It's a relaxing style of practice that leaves you feeling open and refreshed.

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