What Style of Yoga Is Right For You?
With Slow Flow you are able to slow down in order to deepen your practice. The class combines Vinyasa yoga and Hatha yoga, except with fewer transitions and more flow. This combination allows you to enjoy the gentle rhythm of a flow class while finding relaxation and alignment between breath and movement.
Yin Yoga appears as a simple practice incorporating postures that are held for longer periods (about 45 seconds to two minutes). Underneath, the tissues and muscles of the body benefit from a subtle release that leads to better range of motion, while the mind benefits from stillness that promotes anxiety relief and meditation.
Vin to Yin
BoHa’s Vin to Yin brings together the benefits of Vinyasa and Yin yoga. You’ll spend the first portion of the class in standing poses, which will heat up the body and create awareness of breath before you move into relaxing floor poses for the remainder of the class.
Vinyasa is often referred to as “flow” yoga because it brings you through a range of postures that are strung together, encouraging you to use your breath to move through them seamlessly. This class is the most fast-paced of all the yoga styles.
Meditative Flow Yoga
Your Meditative Flow class is a relaxed flow, designed to get rid of mental and physical stress while body and mind get stronger, more flexible, and balanced.
Your BoHa Sculpt class will start and end with meditation, while focusing on toning muscles with lightweights in between. It’s the best of both worlds.
This class is a fixed sequence that is taught in the same order in each class. It is designed for students who prefer to know exactly what comes next.
Back to Basics
Your Back to Basics class is a great place to build confidence in your practice. It incorporates fundamental yoga poses to begin to build the foundation of your practice, including connecting breath with movement.