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Weekly Yoga Class Schedule

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Monday
6:00pm Slow Flow
at On Track Yoga, Mt Holly

Wednesday
6:30pm $5 Yoga at 360TaeKwonDo, Belmont(see flyer for weekly class rotation) =>

Friday
6:30pm 5Elements Flow Seasonal Series at Sundara Yoga, Lowell
(3rd Friday of each month; Fall - Earth, Spring - Fire, Summer - Water)

Sunday
11am Offbeat Yoga Ease
at The Milestone Club, West CLT (donation only)

{Pricing varies depending on venue}
360 TaeKwonDo  $5 per class
The Milestone Club  $5-$15 donation
Click here for On Track Yoga Pricing
Click here for Sundara Yoga Pricing

-Corporate yoga classes available, please contact me for a quote.
-Private instruction is available for small groups or one-on-one sessions. Details + pricing here.

{Offbeat Wellness Yoga Group}
Open to anyone wanting to try yoga for the first time or to deepen an already existing practice in an inclusive, non-competitive, authentic environment. Classes are held in or near West Charlotte at indoor and outdoor venues. This is the perfect place for "non-yogis" who would like to benefit from yoga but feel hesitant to attend a regular class for any reason.
Most classes will be donation based depending on the venue.
Please contact me to request access to our class information via our private FB group.

Class Descriptions

5Elements Earth Flow - a dynamic vinyasa flow practice within the Kunga Yoga methodology developed by Kristin Cooper and inspired by the teachings of Ayurveda. 5Elements Earth Flow is a grounding, hip-opening practice, which emphasizes stability and strength through a steady and strong flowing sequence. Strength is cultivated through a series of slow salutations (namaskars) and standing and supine hip-opening postures. 5Elements Earth Flow is for all levels of students that wish to move through a slow, deep vinyasa practice; completing with a restorative savasana and longer period of meditation. Practiced in a warm room (80-85 degrees).

5Elements Fire Flow- 5Elements Fire Flow  is a dynamic vinyasa flow practice within the Kunga Yoga methodology developed by Kristin Cooper and inspired by the teachings of Ayurveda. 5Elements Fire Flow is a powerful, motivating vinyasa yoga class emphasizing strength and purification! This energetic practice can help with digestion, weight loss and detoxification. Fire represents metabolism, heat, and the practice of “tapas” or discipline. The emphasis of 5Elements Fire Flow is on building heat, and strength through a series of challenging salutations, standing postures, core work and arm balancing. This practice is rapid, expansive and strong, and closes with a lengthy relaxation to balance the strong effort. 5Elements Fire Flow is an intermediate to advanced practice. Practiced in a hot room (85+ degrees).

5Elements Water Flow- 5Elements Flow is a dynamic vinyasa flow practice within the Kunga Yoga methodology developed by Kristin Cooper and inspired by the teachings of Ayurveda. 5Elements Water Flow is a rejuvenating practice incorporating fluid vinyasa, and circular wave motion throughout the body within a soft, slowly flowing sequence. This is a nourishing and calm practice meant to balance the effects of stress, depletion, and over-stimulation from life or from strong heated agni(fire)-based practices. The circular movements of 5Elements Water Flow lubricate all of the joints in the body, and support increased spinal mobility, range of motion, and balance. 5Elements Water Flow is a full body vinyasa practice with an emphasis on shoulder opening, fluid backbends, and the six movements of the spine. Working to move the body as liquid matter, we release old patterns of stress and tightness. All levels are welcome, and this practice ends with a lengthy relaxation.

Aerial Yoga - Aerial Yoga is a combination of traditional yoga poses done on the floor and postures practiced using a soft fabric “trapeze”, or “sling”, suspended at waist height. In aerial yoga our body weight is distributed between the fabric and the floor, allowing us to access traditional yoga postures in new ways. Some benefits of aerial yoga are increased strength, easier alignment and decompression of the joints, especially the spine, with the help of gravity. Also, it's really FUN! It's not all about tricks and going upside down - it can be about feeling more supported and more integrated in your body. Aerial Yoga was designed for anyone of any age or fitness level. Complete beginners to yoga and/or aerial will be right at home, with everyone working at their own level. If you have any physical limitations or concerns, feel free to ask questions and consult with your doctor first! Aerial Yoga can be taught as a beginner class, a vigorous flow, deep stretch, restorative, partner class, kids class, and more!  Private instruction is now available!

Acro Yoga - an integration of yoga, acrobatics, and healing arts. Sometimes it looks like partner yoga, sometimes a therapeutic restorative practice for both partners including Thai yoga massage. At other times it is a very acrobatic flow. It is a super fun way to learn to connect with each other through communication and trust, while building strength, flexibility, and courage. Private instruction is now available!
Acro Jams- This is not a class (there's no teacher!) and participants must have prior acro experience or be approved by another attendee prior to participation. If you have questions about the requirements to attend these jams please contact us here or ask Rachael or Neal Harper. In-studio Acro Jams are donation based. Acro at the park is free fun! 

All Levels Vinyasa - Take your practice to the next level with this alignment-based empowering flow (vinyasa) class. This is a practice in moving through poses in a fully integrated way with a sharp focus on breath, intention, and alignment in order to build strength, stamina, and flexibility, and grow your practice. Although all levels are welcome, "advanced" asana (poses) and pranayama (breath work) may be offered as options.  Please honor your body and practice with authenticity!

Ashtanga-Inspired Flow - A Vinyasa practice that draws from the Ashtanga Primary Series. Ashtanga yoga is the "father" of vinyasa and power flow and is named for the 8 Limbed Path described in the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali. This highly disciplined practice promotes internal heat, sweat, detoxification, and may result in improved circulation, a light and strong body, and a calm mind.

Deep Stretch - This class is made up of mostly seated and reclining postures on the floor, using longer holds coupled with breath and mindfulness as a tool for deep release. The postures in this practice are approached actively, targeting muscles for increased flexibility, along with meditation as a tool for grounding. An important balance from your movement-based classes, this is a great class for all; absolutely necessary if you are an athlete or practice any type of vigorous/repetitive exercise.

Power Vinyasa (Intermediate) - This class offers a strong, upbeat flowing practice in which more advanced postures may be offered. Benefits: Build strength, increase focus + flexibility, burn calories, sweat, increase lung capacity + stamina, discipline. Please be mindful of your body and be sure to rest and modify as needed. You may want to bring water and a towel to class. 
*Not recommended for beginners.

Slow Flow - This is a strong but slower paced version of a vinyasa flow class, designed to place more focus on breath, body awareness, alignment, and intention. Movements are slower and postures may be held for a longer period of time building strength, stability, flexibility, and deeper awareness. I invite beginners and seasoned practitioners of all shapes, sizes and age groups to approach this challenging but accessible practice from a place of mindfulness and peace.

Yin/Restorative Yoga - Yin and Restorative Yoga are both practices of Surrender. Yin Yoga offers long, delicious holds of passive poses without the use of props and supports in order to get to the connective tissue and deep into the joints for deep release. Yin invites you to slow down and create space for stillness while nourishing joints, ligaments, tendons and fascia. Many of the poses are seated, supine or prone and are held with muscles relaxed for several minutes. Like Yin, Restorative Yoga uses similar postures and an intention of letting go, however, you are invited to use props to fully support your body and enjoy stillness and deep relaxation. You may experience one or both of these styles when attending this class.

Yoga Ease - This class is a mix between Gentle + Slow Flow and is suitable for all students. The practice is therapeutic in nature and combines gentle, flowing movements,  with low and slow stretching at the floor. "Yoga as therapy" for absolutely all bodies. Great for beginners, athletes, seniors, injury rehabilitation, pregnant women, and anyone else who could use some ease and softness in their life and yoga practice.