- Gentle Flow Yoga
- Vinyasa Flow Yoga
- Warm Vinyasa Flow Yoga
- Hatha Yoga style
Gentle Flow Yoga – A slow flow with a deep stretch. This class is for those looking for a gentler Hatha flow class with a calm and soothing healing flow. These classes will slow things down and are perfect for beginners, those with injuries, or those looking for a lighter practice. Pregnant women are welcome.
Vinyasa Flow Yoga – A mixed-level vinyasa class that moves in a continuous flow with a focus on improving balance, alignment and posture. These carefully sequenced classes, linking breath to movement, are appropriate for beginners as well as more advanced students. Each class combines dynamic breath work, movement, and deep holds while in postures. Students will gain flexibility, as well as tone the whole body and build core strength. You will leave feeling rejuvenated and energized, with an overall sense of well-being. Classes with Maggie will allow students to deepen and challenge their practice by exploring new ways to open the body and wake up the mind. Each class is different so come explore with us!
Warm Vinyasa Flow Yoga – Same description as the Vinyasa Flow Yoga above with the added benefit of warmer temparatures. This flow is practiced in 80° degree temperature. You will detoxify at a deeper level, not to mention sweating helps regenerate your skin (our largest organism in the body). Good things all around! Bring a water bottle, towel and enjoy! 🙂
Hatha Yoga – Traditonal Hatha yoga classes include standing and seated postures appropriate for all levels, including beginners. These classes will help tone, stretch, and strengthen the body and mind. You will leave feeling calm and relaxed.
See calendar for group yoga classes dates and time.
Insurance Coverage, Health Care Reimbursement Accounts, and Annual Dollars
Check with your health care insurance provider to see if Yoga sessions are covered depending upon doctor recommendations and your health. If you are a Preferred Care Member, check to see if your plan includes the HealthDollars Program. If your health care insurance provider does not cover the cost of private Yoga sessions at this time*, check with your Health Care Reimbursement Account (Flexible Spending Account) provider. You may be able to use pre-tax dollars to pay for private Yoga sessions. It may be under the category of energy modalities and you may need to submit a physician’s statement.
*Alternative therapies are becoming recognized by health care insurance providers as part of a wellness program. If your provider currently does not provide coverage, continue to check back with your provider for changes in their policies. And always, include your suggestions of added services to your provider for their consideration.