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Classes

Beginners Yoga

Complete beginners should check out one of our beginner classes. Just show up 15 minutes before the start of class and we’ll show you around. The very basics of yoga are taught in beginner classes with a focus on basic alignment and breathing.

 

Candlelight Restorative Yoga

Relax and rejuvenate and connect with your Being in our Candlelight Restorative yoga class. Most of the poses are done on the floor, using props, supplied by the studio. Suitable for all yoga levels.

 

Hatha Yoga

This is a mixture of yoga styles. Suitable for those who have tried some beginner yoga and would like try something a little more challenging. Please try our variety of teachers as they all have their own style of teaching hatha yoga.

 

Flow Yoga

Flow yoga is more physically demanding. We move from one posture to another integrating the breath. It develops strength, stamina and flexibility. It is preferable to have some knowledge of the poses before taking a flow class. Flow yoga builds strength and flexibility quickly but it is not suitable for those with injuries or those with limited yoga knowledge. Hatha yoga classes can prepare you for flow classes. Flow classes have less instruction than hatha due to the nature of the practice.

Slow Flow is suitable as an introduction to Flow yoga as the class is slower paced, giving time for more instruction in transitioning from one pose to the next.

 

Yoga For Strength

Yoga for strength is suitable for people with a little yoga experience who want to build some muscle and improve bone density. Expect to hold the poses. Pose adaptions are offered and prop use is encouraged.

 

Muscle Melt Yoga

This class is good for everyone no matter what their yoga experience. We will target specific muscles softening and releasing the fascia around them, followed by stretching. This is an excellent class for people with limited mobility, athletes wanting to improve performance and those wanting to improve their general range of motion. You are never too old or too young to move without pain. Taught by a licensed massage therapist.

 

Yin Yoga

Yin yoga is an excellent supplement to all the active yoga classes available. Try out our Yin Yoga and go home restored and refreshed. Yin is a slow-paced practice, where poses are held for a longer period of time. The extended holds assist in moving the connective tissue which is wrapped around all our tissues and organs. This class is good for all levels and all poses are performed on the mat (no standing poses). The use of props is encouraged to allow for comfort and ease. 

 

Meditation and Mindfulness

Meditation is one of the eight limbs of yoga and is a perfect complement to any posture-based yoga class. The physical, mental and emotional benefits of a regular mindfulness and meditation practice are innumerable. Benefits can include better sleep, less stress and anxiety and improved concentration. This class is for anyone who wants to start a meditation practice or compliment their already existing one. This class runs on the second Friday of each month, please check our schedule page for more information. 

 

Warm Yoga

Our warm yoga classes are suitable for those with a little yoga experience. We do advise those new to yoga to start in our beginning classes. We heat the room to between 80 and 85 degrees. Please drink water before and after class to stay hydrated and practice mindfully. This class is a mixed level class.

 

 

 

New to Yoga

  • You will be greeted at the door and fill out our waiver, pay and sign-in.
  • Please leave your shoes at the front of the studio. We will show you the restroom, prop storage area, coat rack etc.
  • Roll out your mat and get ready to begin!
  • You will be asked to pay attention to yourself and appreciate that your body is unique and different from everyone else’s in the room. No two yoga poses look the same on any one person. The purpose and feel of the pose is so much more important than what it looks like. You will be asked to consciously breathe. At the end of class you will be asked to lie on the floor and relax completely while watching your thoughts pass by.
  • “Namaste” will be said at the end of class. Namaste literally means, “I bow to you.” It is an expression of gratitude and can be used casually as a greeting or expressed poetically.

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Join our REWARDS Program by TapMango

Sign-up for our rewards program. Every time you check-in you have a chance to earn double rewards, cumulate points , a free class on your birthday….dollars off any items in the studio or a discounted Trigger Point Therapy session. Be alerted to flash sales and special events. 

It’s simple and easy to sign-up. We even have an App. Just search for Yoga on 45th on your ios or Android device or get your own keycard when you come to your next class.

We love our customers and want you to reap the benefits of regular yoga classes for your mind and body! Be inspired to live a healthier life.

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New Students*10 class pack for $45. (*use within 3 months of purchase)

PLEASE NOTE we are in the studio approx 15 to 30 minutes prior to class starting, the door will be locked at the start of class. New Students, please arrive at least 10 to 15 minutes before the start of class as we do not open the door after class has started.

Signing up for a class does not always guarantee a place in class. Please arrive early.

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Trigger Point Therapy

Trigger Point Therapy

Book your Trigger Point Therapy now! Trigger Point Therapy identifies tight areas in muscles that are most often not where your pain is. There are scientifically mapped pain patterns for all types of pain and muscle dysfunction. We treat shoulder pain, back, neck pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, plantar fasciitis, headaches and much more using the Travell and Simons approach to myofascial pain.

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