Announcements:

“The current list of classes continues until Monday, June 3 when we start the abbreviated summer schedule. Maximize your yoga in May to make the most of your summer!”
“Please note that there will be no Sunday HOT yoga on May 26, but there will be class on Monday, Memorial Day at 5:30pm. Enjoy!”

Spring 2019

MONDAY

Senior Yoga at Senior Center +

9:30-10:30 AM
Slow Pace
For active 60+ people who want to improve balance and stamina. 40 minutes is performed standing using the back of a chair for assistance. The last 20 minutes are seated stretches and a short guided relaxation session. Please call the Kodiak Senior Center for more details.
Warm Yoga ^+

5:30-6:30 PM

Moderate Pace

A new take on hot yoga. This class is geared toward the needs of the students attending. Whether the focus is core work, back strengthening,shoulder mobility or hip openers, students can request what they want to work on that night. If no preference is stated then we target overall mobility and flexibility for a specific area of the body that changes week to week. Room temp typically does not go past 85 degrees.

“The benefits of a hot yoga class are plentiful but certain medical conditions are contraindicated. Please check with you physician if you have any questions regarding this style of yoga practice.”

TUESDAY
Good Morning
Yoga^
9:30-11:00 am
Gentle Pace
Focus on sensory meditation, gentle stretches and standing poses to build strength and balance. Prior knowledge in yoga or meditation is not necessary. Each class is a complete experience so drop-ins are welcome as are those who wish to deepen their practice with a consistent weekly immersion into the benefits of meditation and yoga.

Warm Hatha
Flow ^*

7:15-8:30 pm

EVERY-BODY

‘Ha’ means sun and ‘tha’ stands for moon, so the practice of Hatha yoga balances the lunar and solar energies in the body. This class will incorporate pranayama (breathing exercises), asanas (yoga postures), and meditation to gently encourage the unity of the mind and body. With a moderate pace and warm temperature, all levels will benefit from this class. Beginners will be encouraged to use modifications, and intermediate to advanced students will be supported to use postures that are in their normal practice.

Wednesday
Slow Flow Yoga +
5:00-6:00 pm
Gentle Pace
This class is a gently paced sequence of basic yoga postures with many modifications offered. This class is ideal for beginners, but any level of yoga experience is welcome.   Emphasis is on foundational breath work, posture formation, alignment, and finding patience with this journey to build strength and flexibility.
Hot Yoga *
6:30 – 7:30 pm
Moderate Pace

A fun, moderate pace, the Wednesday night Hot Flow Yoga is geared toward building core physical strength and mental clarity, while promoting alignment and breath awareness. With many available modifications, this class is appropriate for all levels, however, please do not practice hot yoga if you are pregnant or have high blood pressure.

THURSDAY
Good Morning Yoga^
9:30-11:00 am
Gentle Pace
Focus on sensory meditation, gentle stretches and standing poses to build strength and balance. Prior knowledge in yoga or meditation is not necessary. Each class is a complete experience so drop-ins are welcome as are those who wish to deepen their practice with a consistent weekly immersion into the benefits of meditation and yoga.
Hot Relax ^+
5:30-6:45 pm
Slow/Gentle Pace
This class is designed to unwind body and mind. No need for a yoga mat as all stretches are done on a layer of blankets on the floor. No previous yoga experience is required as movements are done in a slow restorative healing manner. Because participants need space to stretch out fully on the floor in all directions, class size is limited to 7. This is on a “first come, first served” basis. We do not take reservations. Doors open at 5pm. Participants are welcome to come then.
SATURDAY
Power Play *
10:00-11:00 am
Slow/Moderate
This class combines yoga flow with effective core conditioning by changing the targeted area every 15 minutes: Yoga Flow/Core/Weights/Basic Stretch.These segments are a great way to touch on a wide variety of movements in a single session and keep the body progressing in your fitness goals.Previous yoga experience is (helpful but) not required.