4:00 to 5:30 PM
6:30 to 7:45 AM
Slow Vinyasa Flow
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Hatha comes from two words – HA stands for sun and THA is the moon. Hatha Yoga focuses on two forces – the active and masculine force of the sun and the feminine and receptive energy of the moon that join together to purify the body. Move slowly with your breath through a sequence that taps your whole Self. A great introduction to full yoga sequences. Open to all levels (Beginner to Advanced), with focus on endurance, stamina, and alignment.
Usually a moderately-paced type of yoga with sequences linked to form a flow, Vinyasa builds heat in the body and offers intermediate to advanced variations of the poses. A basic familiarization with the asanas and alignments will surely come in handy in this class, but beginners are always welcome.
This class allows you to slow down and become more aware of your body and your thoughts. This practice includes a 15- to 20-minute guided meditation piece, aligning your physical, mental, and emotional energies by practicing stillness or gentle movements for extended periods of time, and a Rapid Reiki Healing Session at the end of each class.
6:45 to 8:15 PM
A 75-minute morning sequence that mixes the powerful Ashtanga practice with the delicious stretches of Yin Yoga.
Yin Yoga is a quiet practice focused on passive stretches, targeting the joints, ligaments, the deep connective tissues of the body, and the fascia - the thin, web-like tissue that covers the body. Because of its slow and meditative nature, Yin Yoga is often used to deal with stress, anxiety and deep pain, or trauma. The practice allows better lubrication and protection of joints, regulates energy in the body, and increases mobility in the body. Coupled with any other type of yoga practice, Yin Yoga improves your flexibility through passive stretches held for a longer period of time.
JC / Joy
Slow Vinyasa Flow
9:00 to 10:30 AM
Jivamukti is a physical, ethical, and spiritual practice, combining a vigorous Hatha yoga, Vinyasa-based physical style with adherence to five central tenets: shastra (scripture), bhakti (devotion), ahimsa (nonviolence, non-harming), nāda (music), and dhyana (meditation). Best for people looking for a more holistic yoga practice and/or ready to take their yoga to a deeper, more philosophical level.
This is your favorite slow-paced Hatha class with strength as its main focus. Expect to hold poses longer, connecting 6 to 8 breaths with your body in various standing and balancing poses. Great for toned arms, shoulders, legs, and thighs.
Whether you're a busy corporate achiever, a hands-on parent, an ambitious entrepreneur, or a successful retiree, we have classes for you.
Treehouse Yoga aims to provide you with yoga classes and activities that promote mindfulness and overall well-being, matching your lifestyle and schedule. Our team of teachers have come up with thematic yoga sequences specifically tailored to help you in your yoga journey.
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7:30 to 9:00 PM
5:00 to 6:30 PM
Jen / Annie
Recommended for Beginners and yogis who would like to be more mindful of their foundation poses.
Multilevel: Beginners to Intermediate to Advanced Yogis are welcome.
A strong practice. Intermediate to Advanced Yogis would enjoy this class, but Strong Beginners are welcome, too.
A relaxing and refreshing practice open to all levels.
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A Vinyasa flow class with the pace of Hatha. This class focuses on alignment, transitions, prop use to both intensify and de-intensify the poses, and proper execution of the most common Vinyasa sequences. Great for all levels: beginners will have time to work on Vinyasa poses, while intermediate and advanced practitioners get to build strength as they hold poses for 5 to 8 breaths.
NOTE: The studio opens 15 to 20 minutes before each class starts, and closes 15 to 30 minutes after. Walk in inquiries will only be entertained during the window hours before and after each class.
Similar to Meditate and Restore, this is a quiet and meditative class, but requires a little bit of physical work while being low on the mat. Great for yogis who are starting to get interested in yoga or meditation or both. Beginner-friendly and non-intimidating, we only request that you bring an open mind to class.
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