Yoga

My Healthy Beginning is very proud to now offer Yoga Classes!


Join one of our fabulous Yoga Instructors, Karen Vasquez-Eidem and Matilda Buffum, for 6 different convenient options to take time for YOU!

(CLICK CLASS TIMES BELOW TO REGISTER)

Vinyasa Yoga with Karen Vasquez-Eidem: Tuesdays 5:15-6:15pm & 6:30-7:30pm   Thursday Mornings 6:00-7:00am

This class is ideal for those seeking spiritual growth as well as the opportunity to get fit, flexible and strong. Vinyasa is a Sanskrit word that means “synchronized breath and movement”. This class uses a mix of sun salutations, standing and seated postures, meditation, and breathing practices (pranayama) that energize the body and quiet the mind by using conscious breath (ujjayi) to flow dynamically from posture to posture through a variety of transitional movements. Teacher offers adjustments and alternative postures to fit all level of students.

Yin/Restorative Yoga with Karen Vasquez-Eidem:  Tuesdays 7:45-8:45pm

Reduce stress and support your overall well-being. Slow down enough to simply be with your body, breathing and relaxing into the depths of silent presence. This class uses bolsters, blocks and other props to completely support the body in gentle poses, so you can enjoy all the benefits of a well-rounded yoga practice in an effortless way. Floor practice is followed by a short guided meditation and final relaxation.

 

Hatha with Matilda Buffum:  Thursdays 6:30-7:30 pm

The focus of this practice is to align and calm your body, mind, and spirit. We will accomplish this by going through poses sequentially. The sequence includes Sun Salutation A and Sun Salutation B, standing poses, seated poses, stretching, and Savanna. As we move through this sequence your body will warm and stretch while your mind comes into the present moment. This class is great for any level of yogi.

Mindful Flow Yoga with Matilda Buffum 7:45-8:45 pm

Mindful Flow is based off of Vinyasa yoga. The flow is slowed down and encourages mindfulness as you connect with your breath. The practice will begin with a short meditation, followed by a flow of postures, and ending with savanna. Any level of yogi is welcome.