Class Schedule

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arthritis-friendly gentle yoga & meditation (online)

Upcoming Sessions
  • November 15 - December 20
Yoga has been demonstrated to improve arthritis symptoms, along with physical fitness, psychological well-being and quality of life. This class combines ancient yoga practices with modern medical knowledge. Laraine offers modifications to make the movements and postures accessible.

gentle & restorative yoga (studio)

Upcoming Sessions
  • November 8 - January 3
  • November 10 - January 12
Give yourself the gift and the downtime needed to quiet the mind, calm the nervous system and find a sense of peace. Class is a mix of gentle yoga combined with restorative yoga which will allow you to experience a rejuvenating and restful practice. Warm up muscles, build strength, increase bone health and gain flexibility while focusing on specific stretches which release tight shoulders and neck as well as hips and hamstrings.

gentle yoga (online)

Upcoming Sessions
  • October 28 - December 9
  • December 16 - January 20
This class will not only relax and calm you, but will also rejuvenate and revitalize your energy. Laraine considers yoga “meditation in motion,” and leads students to a place of comfort, ease and stability with simple yet effective alignment-based postures, rhythmic movement, breathwork, positive affirmations, and a powerful meditative practice.

yoga & meditation (online)

Upcoming Sessions
  • November 2 - December 14
  • December 14 - January 18

This class restores balance and harmony by eliciting the relaxation response and quieting the mind. It creates awareness through gentle postures, mindful movement and breathing exercises. Improve flexibility and strength while relieving stress and tension. Includes Ayurvedic healing meditation techniques. Not for expectant mothers.


 

yoga for building bones (online)

Upcoming Sessions
  • October 26 - December 7
  • December 3 - January 21
  • December 14 - January 18
New research shows that you can improve bone density significantly in the spine, hips and femur with simple but effective postures, when practiced with correct alignment. Laraine offers three variations for each posture while integrating therapeutic breathwork, meditation, balance work, and heart openers into the practice.

holiday candlelight restorative yoga workshop (studio)

Upcoming Sessions
  • December 9
Take a break in the midst of the holiday busyness to experience deep rest and relaxation. Give yourself the gift of this special therapeutic yoga workshop designed to release tension, soothe your holiday nerves and help bring you back to the joy of the season. Class guides you through a series of fully-supported restful poses
with the aid of blankets, bolsters and blocks to allow tight muscles to release and the nervous system to relax.

the science of yoga: how and why yoga works (online)

Upcoming Sessions
  • December 10
The last 10 years has seen an explosion in research studies that confirm and demystify what the ancient yogis discovered: Yoga works! In this workshop, we explore, with scientific explanations, several practices that have proven benefits, such as building bones, lowering blood pressure, growing new grey matter, decreasing inflammation and stiffness in the joints, deactivating the fear center in the brain, regulating the sleep-wake cycle, improving memory and problem-solving, alleviating low back pain, activating a healing state, and so much more.

vinyasa yoga for health & fitness

Upcoming Sessions
  • November 15 - January 10
Vinyasa yoga is a full-body workout that encompasses breath and mindfulness with a dynamic flow of yoga
postures. Classes are held every other Saturday and are designed to increase your stamina, improve cardio-respiratory health and sports performance and help increase and maintain bone density.

 

yoga stretching & strengthening for happy hips workshop (online)

Upcoming Sessions
  • December 3
Do you suffer from discomfort and stiffness in your hips? Hips are not only the most powerful muscle group in the body but also the most complex. Anyone who sits for long periods of time, but also cyclists, rowers and runners, can suffer from tight hips, hamstrings (backs of thighs), IT band (outer thigh), and adductors (inner thigh). Tightness in these areas can cause weakness in other muscles, such as the glutes, which can strain the outer hip and create imbalances in the spine, low back and pelvis.