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Level 1 classes are great for beginners and those seeking classes that include stretching, gentle flow and foundational poses. Modifications are offered during classes to meet the needs of students.
Level 2 classes are slightly more challenging including more flow and more intensity in poses. Level 2 is appropriate for those who have practiced yoga for some time and also those newer to yoga seeking to expand their practice.
Level 3 classes are for those who are experienced in yoga and wish to challenge themselves to a more intense practice of strength-building through increased pose difficulty and more active flow.
This is a beginner-level class and modifications will be provided for all levels of students. This class provides a great foundation to the practice of yoga.
The focus of this class is to improve flexibility and build core strength through a series of yoga vinyasa flows. We will practice linking breath and movement and also attain a foundation for flowing with mindfulness and safe alignment.
If you are beyond a beginner, but not quite yet feeling ready for advanced, this class is for you. This vinyasa flow class will focus on refinement, alignment and more in-depth concentration on breath, bandas and yoga philosophy.
From time to time, the following props will be used: tennis balls, yoga wheel, yoga rod, bolsters and blankets.
This flow class is based on the traditional vinyasa-style yoga, linking breath to movement in a dynamic sequence. Included are sun salutations, balancing poses, standing and seated poses, all with the goal of giving your body needed attention and love, cultivating strength and openness. This class is for those with experience as well as beginners. Modifications are provided.
This power flow class provides a way to build a strong body, mind and spirit. With a traditional mind, body, breath connection, our goal is to consistently push to find our edge with the "enough but not too much" philosophy. We will hold challenging strength-building poses and deep, opening stretches. This class is not for the beginner, but modifications are provided for different levels.
This fundamental flow and stretch class is great for those new to yoga who have wanted to try movement-based classes or need a slower pace. This class can also be for experienced yogis who want to refine their technique and refresh their understanding of fundamentals. By paying attention to the breath, working with intention and exploring various options, you will learn how to effectively practice fundamental yoga postures. Through consistent practice, you will also build strength, flexibility and balance and approach more challenging poses and classes if that is your goal.
This gentle vinyasa flow class is tailored toward the beginner to intermediate-level yogi. We will concentrate on yoga breath, balance and postures with a focus to increase strength and flexibilty, provide relaxation and optimize the health of our bodies and minds. Equipment used/provided in class includes: blocks. bolsters, straps and blankets.
Harmony in Health reserves the right to substitute instructors as needed
"I began practicing yoga in the late 80s after being involved in a serious car accident. I spent many months in physical therapy and once PT ended, I turned to yoga, which helped me regain my strength and flexibility. It also helped ease anxiety I was having about driving after my accident.
Looking to deepen my home yoga practice, I completed my 200 hour/RYT and am registered through Yoga Alliance. I began teaching in 2016. I study yogic philosophy, maintain a home practice and meditate daily. I practice and teach Hatha Yoga and Yin Yoga. It is my intention as a teacher to help you grow in your own yoga practice."
"I began practicing yoga in 1991 to alleviate stress and find balance. I had a very busy life (like many) balancing career, children and a household. My mind was often busier. I found practicing yoga and meditation made me a better person all around.
In 2013, I completed my RYT 200-hour program. I have attended many workshops and training sessions including Rodney Yee, Seane Corn, Kathryn Budig and Max Strom.
My personal belief is that yoga is for EVERY BODY, every body type, every mental attitude, every age, every athlete and every non-athlete.
I desire to see you on the mat!"
"After teaching high-impact aerobics in my younger years and then working in the corporate world with little time to work out at all, I realized I had to do something, especially when a massage therapist said I was really tight and should try yoga. I laughed and did not take yoga seriously. While flipping channels I found a yoga show on television. I started my practice in my home. After practicing in front of the television, I hesitantly went to classes with others. Then in the spring, something happened.
The first round of golf I played after starting my yoga practice, the golf ball went much farther than I ever thought I could hit it. It was unbelievable! Golf has been one of my passions. It had to be the yoga, so I was hooked. Soon, I realized the physical benefits were just a small part of yoga and I began to gain a deeper understanding of myself and the mind, body, spirit connection. And so my journey began. I began a daily practice and attending every workshop my studio held.
As I gained confidence and self-caring, I wanted to share this feeling, helping others find an authentic path to happiness. It is my mission to inspire yogis to find balance in their lives and become more aligned in body, mind and spirit. I guide students through moving meditations and gentle sequences with purpose and integrity to challenge, strengthen and soothe the soul."
Cindra is an exercise enthusiast who had an interest in learning more about yoga, so she began taking classes. She is an avid swimmer and found a beneficial connection between yoga and swimming through breath, core strength and flexibility. She and her friend swim each year to raise money for Make-A-Wish in the Kellys Island swim.
Cindra has been teaching yoga for six years and infuses her energy, passion and love of water into each class that she leads. She is a certified YogaFit Vinyasa teacher.