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intro to yoga series
This series is designed to establish a strong foundation for a healthy, safe, and fulfilling yoga practice. You will be introduced to and led through a variety of breathing techniques, yoga poses, and guided meditations. Whether you have never stepped on a mat, have taken a few classes, or even practice regularly, this series will teach you fundamentals to help build, enjoy and sustain a yoga practice for life! Christine’s next 5 week Intro to Yoga Series will run April 24 - May 22 from 7:30-8:30pm at Align Amar Yoga in Tinton Falls. Students are encouraged to attend the series in it's entirety. One missed class may be made up in any Gentle Yoga or Basic Yoga class. Pre-registration is encouraged.
basic yoga / beginner yoga / roots
These are foundational yoga classes, perfect for the true beginner or anyone interested in refining the fundamentals of their asana practice. Students learn optimal alignment in basic yoga poses to increase flexibility, strength and balance. Breathing techniques and subtle body awareness are explored.
This alignment-based yoga class offers students of all levels a full spectrum of poses: sun salutations, standing poses, inversions, arm balances, backbends, twists and forward bends. Students receive clear alignment and breathing instructions so that every pose feels stable and safe. Modifications and adjustments are offered to meet the needs of all students.
This class is designed for those with some yoga experience who are interested in moving dynamically yet mindfully and growing their practice. Vinyasa is a flow of poses linked with the breath. Props and posture modifications are always available.
Intermediate Yoga is designed for yoga students who already have a firm understanding of yoga asana fundamentals. This is a strong class, and while more advanced poses will certainly be offered, Intermediate Yoga presents students the time and space to dive deeper into expanding their whole practice through subtle body awareness, advancing Pranayama, and honing into what actually makes them a more "experienced" yogi.