Rates and Packages
This class is open to all levels of experience and physical ability. Instructors will provide modifications for beginners and advanced variations for those seeking a challenge. Beginners are welcome!
This vinyasa class will be faster paced and more challenging than All Levels. It is a place where many “levels” of practitioners come together. Modifications are available for those who need them as well as more advanced options for those who can go further. Regardless of where you are in your practice, this class will encourage you to move toward more challenging variations of asanas/poses. Some experience recommended.
Rise and Shine Yoga
A yoga class for all levels. Say good morning, come play with us and energize yourself for the day! Create a regular transformative yoga practice twice a week to connect with your mind, body and breath. Instructors will provide modifications for beginners and advanced variations for those seeking a challenge.
Alignment Based Vinyasa Flow
This class will encourage us to discover the potential between the breath and flow of vinyasa. We will explore in depth and focus on blending alignment with our own natural rhythm of movement. A great class for any level of student wishing to establish or reinforce a strong foundation.
Vinyasa Flow Yoga
Fusing traditional vinyasa methodology with contemporary dynamic flow, this uplifting yoga practice integrates breath and movement, inner and outer alignment, strength and flexibility accompanied by rhythmic tunes. This class is open to all levels. Instructors will provide modifications for beginners and advanced variations for those seeking a challenge.
Holy Yoga Flow
Revitalizing class set to praise & worship music with a lot of movement combined with postures designed to inspire strength and detoxification. Focus is on breath work, yoga poses (with modifications when necessary) and becoming comfortable in and with our bodies while relying on His strength. All levels welcome. Holy Yoga is 100% Jesus and 100% yoga. Learn more at www.HolyYoga.com
Yin Yoga is slow paced, quiet and still. It targets the deepest tissues in the body, the connective tissues: ligaments, joints and fascia, rather than the muscles which remain "cold." Poses are held 2-10 minutes using props, gravity and the breath to expand and relax into the pose. A guided Yoga Nidra closes the class instead of traditional savasana.
Yoga nidra, or yogic sleep as it is commonly known as yogic sleep, Yoga Nidra is an immensely powerful meditation technique, and one of the easiest yoga practices to develop and maintain. While you rest comfortably on the floor, all senses are with-drawn and only hearing connects you with the instructor leaving you with a sense of wholeness. All levels are welcome.
Shake Your Asana Power Flow
Start your weekend off, or close your work week out, with a 90-minute Friday evening Vinyasa Power Flow. The pace is faster with more challenging sequences and variations to take you to your edge. The heat, music, and energy are turned up as you let it all go! Anyone is welcome and modify as needed. Towel and water are recommended
A challenging class to make you sweat, boost detoxification and increase flexibility. Class will be fast paced and challenging. It is truly a place where many “levels” of practitioners come together. Modifications are available for those who need them as well as more advanced options for those who can go further. Regardless of where you are in your practice, this class will encourage you to move toward more challenging variations of asanas so some experience recommended. This heated class is not suitable for those with high blood pressure.
Warm Flow Yoga
A flowing class integrating breath and movement in a warm room instead of hot. Explore a variety of postures through breath and movement, building strength, gaining flexibility and developing stillness within.ﾠInstructors will provide modifications for beginners and advanced variations for those seeking a challenge.
108 Sun Salutations
A combination of Sun Sal A’s and Sun Sal B’s. It is a continuous flow of movement, repeating 108 times, each movement linked to a breath. Some may liken it to a “Yoga marathon,” while others feel it is a physical meditation of movement. The 108 are typically done four times a year, solstices and equinoxes. They represent the beginning and ending of cycles within a year, while celebrating accomplishments made, letting go of failures and moving forward in a cycle of life. So, come join us, get lost in the breath and movement, and before you realize it, you will have made 108. For all levels, beginners to advanced. Complete 1, 10, or aim for 108.
Not Yo Mama's Yoga-Teen Class
9 Week Teen Series for Grades 7-12. Introduction to yoga with a focus on proper alignment, core strengthening, improved body awareness, and flexibility. We will cover seated and standing poses and move into arm balances and challenging sequences as the series progresses. Amped-up playlists and a positive fun-loving atmosphere. This is definitely "not yo mama's yoga"!!
RATES AND PACKAGES
Student/Military Drop-In - $10
5-Class Package - $55
+ 60 day expiration
10-Class Package - $100
+ 60 day expiration
One Month - Unlimited - $75
Unlimited Month Auto-Renew - $60
Student/Military Unltd. Month Auto-Renew - $50
Unlimited 3 Month-Cash/Check Only - $180
Private Session (1 student) - $45.00
+ $10.00 for each additional student
+ Please ask about our Yoga Parties!
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All yoga packages are non-refundable and non-transferable.
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For all pre-paid workshops refunds are available within 48 hours of the event. After that refunds are not available.
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WHAT TO KNOW ABOUT THE PRACTICE OF YOGA
Frequently Asked Questions
What is Yoga?
The practice of yoga has been around for over 5,000 years. The word Yoga means “to join or union”, and it does so by connecting mind, body and spirit. This connection with the self and with something greater than the self is what makes yoga different from other forms of exercise.
Many people practicing find that yoga begins to affect other aspects of their life besides new found physical strength. Yoga students may begin to make more mindful food choices and pay closer attention to their relationship with friends and family. They may also begin to develop greater compassion for the world around them.
In short, yoga provokes personal inquiry. Many people discover greater awareness within their own bodies and in turn develop a stronger connection with all beings.
From a physical standpoint, a regular yoga practice has been proven to reduce stress and boost emotional well-being, increase strength and flexibility, improve cardiovascular fitness, enhance vitality, and manage body weight.
There are many different styles of yoga asana (physical postures) to meet the many different physical needs of students. No matter where you are in your yoga practice, there is a class for you!
Who benefits From Yoga?
To put it simply, EVERYONE benefits from yoga. Whether you desire greater flexibility, stronger muscles and bones, lasting endurance, or peace of mind, all can be found in yoga. Yoga asana is a great method for helping people get into shape and stay in shape. Many find that yoga improves the quality of their sleep, increases their energy level, and reduces stress.
How much do classes cost?
Depends. Please visit our Rates & Packages page. The bigger the package you buy, the less you are paying per class.
What if I have no experience?
All of our classes are appropriate for all levels, but we suggest starting with a Basic Beginner Session held once a quarter for six weeks. Between beginner sessions any class is available; just let the teacher know you are new to yoga.
What do I need to do before my first class?
Nothing! Just come in about 10 minutes before the scheduled class time to register and sign in. We will help you get set up for your class and answer any questions you might have.
What should I wear?
Be Comfortable! You will want to wear comfortable clothes that will stretch with you and avoid baggy tees that tend to fall over your head when you bend over. Yoga is done in your bare feet so no special socks or shoes are required.
What do I bring?
All you need is a mat! If you do not have a mat, we have mats for use at the studio. All personal items are to be left in the cubbies, including the shoes and cellphones that have been turned off.
What if I'm not flexible?
You are in the right place! Yoga isn’t about putting your foot behind your head or looking like a magazine cover model. Classes at Satya Yoga are fun and focus on peeling back resistances on layer at a time…the best time to become more flexible is to start today.
I have an injury/illness, will this be a problem?
Probably not, but let your teacher know. As long as your doctor has cleared you for exercise, we can help you modify your practice to suit your needs. We cannot diagnose or treat any injuries, but will do our best to help you work with them.
Should I eat before class?
Depends! It is generally best to avoid heavy meals for at least two hours before class, but depending on your routine a light snack about an hour before may be helpful. You want to be comfortable, so make sure you are well fueled, but not full.
How challenging will the class be?
It is always up to you! You always control the intensity of your practice and we encourage you to work at your own pace in every class!
How often should I practice?
Yoga is traditionally practiced daily and consistency is the key to experiencing its full benefit. Three days a week to see real changes in your body and five days a week will make real changes in your life!
What does the word 'Namaste' mean?
“Namaste” is a gesture or salutation. At the end of each yoga class, you will see the teacher and students bring their hands together at their heart-centers and say “Namaste”, to each other. There are many meanings that are all very similar. A short version: “The light in me honors the light in you”.
What does the word 'Om' mean?
Many yoga classes begin and end with the chanting of “OM”, three times. This mantra allows the energy of the group to begin the process of harmony by breathing together and sharing in this mantra.
“OM” is an amazing tool that all people of all faiths can utilize to bring focus and awareness to the greater meaning of life.
There are a few basic courtesies Satya Yoga asks of all who step through our doors for yoga classes.
For your first class, please arrive 15 minutes early to fill out a little paperwork and become familiar with our studio. It also allows you time to speak with the teacher before class to let her or him know of any particular injuries or other body issues you may be experiencing.
Please turn off all cell phones!
Please show up for class on time (that means a few minutes early!). If you do arrive late, please wait until the beginning phase of class is finished before entering the studio, so as not to disturb fellow students. In some circumstances, if you are late the doors may be locked, in order to ensure the safety of our clients and teachers.
Please remove your shoes before entering the studio.
If you borrow a studio mat, please clean it as best you can after use. Mat cleaner will be provided.
Please do not wear heavy colognes or perfumes as they may bother other students.
Please HONOR your body! Although often practiced in a group setting yoga is a very personal practice and no one understands your body like you do. Please listen to and respect your physical limits and needs. Our instructors are there to help. They can offer modifications for postures and we also have lots of props to assist you in your practice.
Please do your best to remain in class throughout the session – even during final resting pose (Savasana). This is one of the most important parts to a yoga practice. If you must leave, please let the teacher know in advance and slip away while other are getting settled.
Hopefully this page will help to dispel some common rumors, concerns, and leeriness around the practice of yoga.
"I can't practice yoga because I'm not flexible"
That is one important reason to practice yoga! Many tight bodies have found healing in yoga classes. Athletes to couch potatoes and everything in between need to maintain adequate flexibility to maintain optimal health.
"Isn't Yoga a Religion?"
No, yoga is not a religion. Many people find spiritual healing through their yoga practice but no specific form of worship is carried out during a yoga class. Yoga can mean many different things to people. Some come to yoga solely for the physical practice, while others prefer to dive deeper into the philosophy behind yoga. The bottom line is that a student should never feel pressured to explore a side of yoga that is outside of their comfort level.
"Isn't Yoga Just for Women?"
Quite the contrary! Almost 30% of yogis in America are men, and men find their way to yoga classes for a variety of reasons. Men with greater flexibility, better range of motion, and reduced stress tend to perform better in other activities such as contact sports, running, and weight training. In fact, anyone who has taken a strong vinyasa flow is well aware of the physical fitness required in yoga. All others can choose to sit back and speculate or discover the benefits of yoga for themselves...and yes that was a challenge to all you “tough guys" out there!
"Sometimes it looks like people are members of Cirque De Soleil in your classes."
Yoga practices look different from mat-to-mat. Yoga teaches us not to compare ourselves to others and to feel great just as we are. The more you practice, you will find ways to keep your practice fresh and yourself growing. Besides child’s pose is just as hard for some as handstand is for others!
"I already run or go to the gym so I do not need to practice yoga."
Yoga is a great complementary practice to other forms of exercise. Yoga offers students greater flexibility, better mental clarity, a chance to heal sore muscles and injuries, reduce stress, and improve sleep.