Hatha Yoga is a practice meant to help create and maintain alignment and awareness of the body and mind. I always keep my classes open to every skill level and am there to help assist and guide you with the practice that YOU need. Each week brings a different series of poses to keep it fresh, and there is always a carefully curated playlist that hits that sweet spot in the soul to help you stay connected in the present moment.
A Blend of Yoga and Pilates! The balance, stretching, and flow from yoga with core and strength from pilates blending into one. Your will get equal time of down dog and the warriors with classic leg series and pilates mat work.
Calm the mind. Relax the muscles. Release the joints.
Explore the internal art of tai chi in this class designed for students of all levels. Hundreds of years old, this fascinating practice uses the principles of yin and yang to create a dynamic exercise based in soft, relaxed movement. Nicknamed “swimming on dry land,” it is low impact and suitable for people of all ages. The many health benefits of practicing tai chi are now being recognized more in the western world as institutions, such as Harvard Medical School, have begun researching tai chi and publishing their results. Tai chi has been shown to benefit injury recovery, heart strength, circulation, breathing, balance, leg strength, structural alignment, bone density, and pain management for muscles and joints. It has also been shown to help relieve stress while improving mental acuity and psychological well-being. Each class includes standing meditation practice and an exploration of a different posture from the Cheng Man-ching Yang style form.
Qigong is a 5000 year old practice that means life force practice. From a scientific perspective it helps decrease inflammation, calm the nervous system, relieve pain and have more endurance with daily activities
Vinyasa Flow With Xim
Our practice will begin with finding our breath and checking in with our bodies. I will ask if there is something specific participants need to focus on and I will try to create the flow around what our bodies tell us they need that particular day. I always begin our movement with sun salutations to warm up and get our blood flowing before moving into deeper stretches and maybe a little play with balancing poses. Breath is so important! I will constantly bring your attention back to your breath inhale/expand, exhale/contract. Class will end with a delicious savasana meditation leaving you rejuvenated and ready to conquer your day-to-day life.
All skill levels are welcome
Soulful Slow Flow
VIBE, Relax and Recharge
This class is to awaken the consciousness of the body and the consciousness of the soul with Slow mindful movement
Reiki healing and soulful jams.
Immerse yourself into the music and let your mind and soul go!
All levels, abilities, shapes and sizes are welcome. If you've been wanting to begin a yoga practice this would be your class.
We will be social distancing
please wear a mask.
Note: There will be no hands in adjustments
Let your soul do the adjusting
$5 Friday Free Flow
Our space is yours to flow freely the way your body wants to, or simply come catch your breath with meditation during your lunch break. No online registration required. Check-in at the Bull Frog Spas front desk. Space is limited to 10.
Relax your body and mind
Seated and reclined postures held for longer durations (2-5 minutes)
Passive poses targeted at the deep connective tissues of your body
Strengthen joints and lengthen your ligaments
Leave feeling connected to your body and breath.
Ashtanga Short Form
An Ashtanga short form class including poses from the primary series. This system of yoga was developed by Sri K. Pattabhi Jois as a method of uniting breath and movement, generating heat and creating a moving meditation to focus the mind. Each class will feature the same sequence in the same order. This allows you to become more familiar with the asana and to see your progression over time. We’ll begin each class with the breath, connecting to ujjayi pranayama to maintain energy through the practice. We’ll then flow through sun salutations, standing and seated poses, a few backbends and inversions before closing with meditation and rest in savasana. This can be a challenging practice and offers a wonderful way to build strength and awareness. Modifications will be offered throughout to make it more accessible to varying levels