S E R V I C E S

 
 

We are proud to offer a wide-range of classes tailored to meet your unique needs. We offer private and group classes. All of our instructors are certified and experienced.

 

 

 

SOME OF OUR CLASSES INCLUDE:


beginner yoga: (for all levels) introductory yoga class for those new to yoga and seeking to learn. The class will teach breath work, meditation, and yoga postures with the goal of transitioning students into the style of yoga that meets their physical needs.
gentle yoga: (for all levels) designed to slowly and gently move the student back to healthy posture, muscle flexibililty and joint mobility. helpful to those with health issues and recovering from minor injuries. moves slowly with thorough descriptions of poses. great for beginners align & flow: (for beginner to intermediate students) mindful vinyasa flow practice to foster the connection between movement and breath while refining the focus on alignment. Instructors will lead students through a series of poses that highlight the power of inhaling, exhaling and sun salutations combined with the classic poses of hatha yoga. The class will focus on pranayama (breathwork), alignment and extended holds. This class is perfect for beginners or students looking for a slower paced practice. hot align & flow: (for beginner to intermediate students) mindful vinyasa flow practice to foster the connection between movement and breath while refining the focus on alignment. Instructors will lead students through a series of poses that highlight the power of inhaling, exhaling and sun salutations combined with the classic poses of hatha yoga. The class will focus on pranayama (breathwork), alignment and extended holds. This class is perfect for beginners or students looking for a slower paced practice. Room is heated 92-95 degrees
power yoga: (for intermediate to advanced students) a more strength-based flow of yoga postures, designed to increase muscle strength as well as encourage flexibility, balance and alignment.  moves at a moderate pace with less instruction. this class will offer more advanced postures for those seeking to advance their yoga practice while also offering modifications for others. hot power yoga Strength-based flow of yoga postures, designed to increase muscle strength as well as encourage flexibility, balance and alignment. Moves at a moderate pace with less instruction (intermediate to advanced students) Room is heated 92-95 degrees
yoga core: (for all levels) designed to target the core in an effort to tone the belly, protect the back and bring more energy to the body. moves at a moderate pace.
stress release: (for all levels) a form of gentle yoga with passive restorative postures to open the body, quiet the mind and move into a deep sense of relaxation. A meditative time to cultivate awareness of body breath and mind, this class is recommended for those experiencing stress, recovering from injury or illness, and anyone seeking a gentle class to unwind, relax and renew. outstretched:  (all levels) Christ-centered class with yoga & devotion.  Community class that is donation only. Come as you are, give what you can. cardiofusion: (for all levels) uses calistenics and resistance to increase cardiovascular strength and fat burning. combines cardio workout with strength training, yoga and pilates. wear your athletic shoes for this one! Free bootcamp Wake up early and build strength with us. This is a free community bootcamp gathering. Bring your own hand dumbbell weights, a water bottle and a yoga mat. yoga for teens: (for teens age 12-18) introduces teens to the benefits of yoga postures, breathing and meditation. 6-week terms in summer or by private session.  kids yoga: fun workout for kids that teaches the basics of yoga and encourages attention and focus. offered in series throughout the school year and in camps during the summer


SUGGESTIONS FOR CLASS:
1. Wear comfortably-fitting clothes, loose on the bottom, but relatively fitted on the top.
2. There are no shoes worn in our yoga classes. Please wear athletic shoes for boot camp.
3. Let your instructor know if you have injuries or issues which might affect your ability to move through class.  Instructors are fully educated to offer modifications if they are made aware of your condition. 
4. Certain poses are not recommend for pregnant students, so it is vital for you to inform your instructor of your condition and stage of pregnancy.
5. Bring your own mat if you have one, but Pneuma has mats available for your use during class if you do not have your own.
6. You will see the most progress in your practice and how you feel by coming at least 2-3 times each week. And actually, yoga is one form of exercise that can be practiced daily. 
7. Come to class with your stomach one-half (or less) full.  It is never recommended that you practice yoga on a full stomach.