This practice blends the spiritual wisdom of yoga, the loving kindness of Thai massage, and the dynamic power of acrobatics. These three ancient lineages form the foundation of a unique new practice that cultivates trust, connection and playfulness.
Warm yoga works toward wellness, restoration and rejuvenation. Ambient heat keeps the body very warm, facilitates deeper stretches and flexibility, relieves stress and tension. Increased circulation restores health to muscles and delivers fresh oxygen to the body. Warm Yoga, inspired by Bikram and Hot Slow Vinyasa is practiced in the heart of the Hamam.
Vinyasa Yoga is a flowing, dynamic form of yoga, connecting and coordinating asana movement with breath inhalation and exhalation. This linking of breath with movement allows for a powerful energy building experience creating strength and flexibility throughout the body, and deep relaxed clarity for the mind.
Sun salute. Wake up your energy and experience the many benefits of daily yoga practice. Start your day bayside at the Yoga Dock. Enjoy a creative, fluid practice of an open level Vinyasa with sequences linking breath and movement.
Skanda Yoga is a breath-inspired, alignment-based power vinyasa style. The warrior spirit is invoked to initiate a transformation, and the energy of the Mayan calendar is embodied to align with nature’s cyclical patterns. The class is fun, challenging, inspiring, and self-empowering.
“Serpent Power or Shakti.” Commonly referred to as the “householders’ yoga,” this kriya yoga practice is designed by Yogi Bhajan to awaken the latent sexual energy at the base of the spine and channel this energy up through the chakras, awakening higher consciousness. Through a series of targeted fire breathing and physical postures the practitioner aims to experience this special Samadhi: a bliss state of “Kundalini Rising” or “heightened...
Based on Power Yoga, this holistic approach allows you to experience a dynamic class integrating physical as well as conscious benefits to your being. Come ready for a good sweat, as you will tone muscles, articulate joints, stimulate organs and systems. At the same time you will work on developing and strengthening non-physical attributes such as coordination, awareness, concentration, conviction, determination and consistency.
Created by John Friend, this hatha yoga system unifies tantric philosophy of intrinsic goodness with universal principles of alignment. With an emphasis on opening the heart, this practice aims to celebrate the beauty of diversity, honoring the creative freedom of the divine in all beings.
“Eight Limb Path” inspired by Sri K Pattabhi Jois in Mysore, India. In this open class practice at your pace, learning of this method involves synchronizing the breath with a progressive series of precise postures, producing intense internal heat and a profuse, purifying sweat that detoxifies muscles and organs. The result is improved circulation, a light-strong body and a calm mind.
Yoga fundamentals for the complete beginner or anyone wanting to familiarize themselves with any aspect of yoga asana foundations. We will learn and practice classic yoga poses in a steady slow-flowing sequence with a detailed attention to alignment + breath supporting gradual, safe transformation of the mind and body.
“Liberated Being” inspired by David Life and Sharron Gannon, this practice is specifically designed for the modern spiritual seeker. Through a combination of ancient vedic rituals, intense physical asanas, music intellectual inquiry and meditation, the practitioner is encouraged to focus on the concept of Bhakti: that self realization is the goal of the yoga practice.
This Vinyasa Yoga class is a flowing, dynamic form of yoga, connecting and coordinating asana movement with breath inhalation and exhalation, enhanced with the soft glow of warm candlelight. This linking of breath with movement allows for a powerful energy building experience creating strength and flexibility through the body and deep relaxed clarity for the mind.
Restorative Yoga is a gentle conscious body and mind relaxation practice. Through restorative yoga you learn how to let go and surrender your whole self into a peaceful and deeply relaxed state where the body, mind and spirit come to find a blissful balance in unity and an overall sense of well-being. It is a sequence of about 4 to 5 poses only, where each pose is held for an extended period of time using plenty of props such as bolsters,...