Classes at hOMe Collective Yoga offer students a range of styles & options, but one thing remains consistent in any class; our teachers are dedicated to guiding you through a safe practice with modifications & adjustments to help you deepen, strengthen, and grow.
Gentle Yoga is a wonderful way to begin your yoga practice! We move slowly and specifically, introducing and developing standing, seated, and supine poses. Gentle classes are soothing and balancing, allowing you to calm the mind, center the breath, and access openness in the body. This class is encouraged for yoga students at all levels, newcomers or long-time yogis, as a welcoming and refreshing way to encourage your practice.
Core yoga is a dynamic, challenging class that works the entire body and specifically targets the core area from the abs through the thighs. You’ll practice long holds, fast flow, inversions, arm balances, and you’ll train your core muscles (not just the abdominals but the whole core system!) to strengthen and stretch. Each class will be different, come play & explore!
Join us for yoga in the garden! Current research shows that taking your practice outside offers multiple benefits:
:replenishes depleted energy
:heightens awareness through the senses
:builds confidence and increases core strength
:boosts the benefits of meditation
This gentle/moderate vinyasa flow increases your connection to the natural world through prana, asana ,and meditation. You will leave your mat refreshed and energized.
Please bring water and bring layers as we will be outside (even if it’s cold).During inclement weather we will have the option to move inside.
Gentle Vinyasa is a great way to learn the basics of a Vinyasa class with slower sun salutations and all levels peak poses. We emphasize the incredibly important process of linking the breath with the movements, and learn how to align and strengthen in many of the basic poses. Teachers offer variations and modifications so that students at all levels can find joy & safety in their practice.
Use your yoga practice to increase your ability to bounce back and adjust to life’s demands.
Join us for “ resiliency yoga” , as we practice mental and biological strengths necessary to navigate change in our lives. Use body awareness, personal insight and individual choice to untie the “ knots” in your life.
In this class you will learn breathing techniques to calm and focus the mind along with movement and body techniques to go inward and connect to your truth- the catalyst for sustained growth.
Choose to relax and restore your mind, body, and spirit as you are guided into restorative, passive postures that promote deep, conscious relaxation while also supporting immunity and over all well-being. Our world is fast paced and stress filled. Intentionally slowing down your mind, body and breath is crucial in being present to all of your daily responsibilities, challenges and joys. As your body sinks into relaxation, your mind and spirit follow into this place of calm.
Somatic Movement Class
While not technically yoga, Hanna Somatics and Yoga share a common goal of unifying mind with body through movement and awareness. Hanna Somatics was developed by Thomas Hanna who realized that the disease and dysfunction typically thought of as aging was actually caused by chronic stress and injury. Somatic Movement is designed to release chronic muscular tension and help people fully recover from old injuries. Simply put, in this class, functional, whole person movements are done slowly and mindfully so that the person learns to get better at moving in their body as they age.
Students of these classes can expect to:
-Learn how to slowly and safely explore movement potentials in their body.
-Connect, integrate and balance areas of tension with areas of comfort
-Discover how the different parts of the body work together as one whole system
-Unwind unconscious patterns of physical and emotional holding
-Fulling recover from the physical effects of past injuries and trauma
-Move better, feel better, and live better
Our morning Sunrise Vinyasa practices offer creative, challenging, and playful sequences to help you dig into and expand your yoga practice before you head to work. Classes will offer pranayama, asana, meditation, peak poses, dharma talks, and more. Adjustments, variations, and up-level options are offered so that you are able to explore and enrich your personal practice both on & off the mat. Come play, strengthen, and start your day off right!
Vinyasa means “breath & movement;” in these classes you’ll flow through sun salutations and creative variations, work towards peak poses, and incorporate the breath (pranayama) the entire time. Both invigorating and balancing, Vinyasa yoga is an incredibly powerful way to strengthen, stretch, play, explore, and deepen. Vinyasa is more challenging and faster paced than Gentle Vinyasa, though teachers continue to offer variations & modifications so that all students can find joy & safety in their practice.
Vinyasa with Live Music
Enjoy this weekly live music experience! Live guitar and vocals will accompany your energizing, balancing flow. Vinyasa means “breath & movement;” you’ll flow through sun salutations and creative variations, work towards peak poses, and incorporate the breath (pranayama) the entire time. Both invigorating and balancing, Vinyasa yoga is an incredibly powerful way to strengthen, stretch, play, explore, and deepen. This class is more challenging and faster paced than Gentle Vinyasa, variations & modifications are offered so that all students can find joy & safety in their practice.
Women's Yoga Circle
Do you feel numbed out and disconnected from nature’s cycles, however unsure about how to feel like yourself again? Are you exhausted by all the many relational hats you wear in your life (partner, mother, daughter, friend, employee, etc.) and in desperate need of a space that is just for you? At hOMe Collective’s Women’s Yoga Circle, you could find your way back to your clarity and calm by restoring and deeply nourishing your entire system through breath, movement, and community…
Yin & Nidra
Find your edge and sink into it, holding poses anywhere from two to five minutes and diving into a meaningful connection with the mind.
The later half of class will steer the mind towards a guided meditation (extended Savasana) that has qualities which represent deep sleep, relaxation and the development of a deeper connection with the unconscious mind.