Explore your practice to the fullest. Whether you are an experienced practitioner or are stepping onto your mat for the first time, we have a class for you!
Level 1: This class invites you to begin your yoga practice. It is designed to help build strength, flexibility and knowledge. This class, which focuses on fundamental alignment and breathing techniques, is a great opportunity for those starting their yoga journey or for those looking to get back to the basics.
Level 1/2: This is a Mixed level class that offers modifications and variations to challenge or modify your practice. Level 1/2 classes vary based on the teacher and their style. However, they will always include exceptional instruction and modifications for every level student.
Level 2: More challenging poses, sequences and transitions. We recommend that students have a confident knowledge of the poses. Inversions and arm balances are explored. Perfect class to challenge yourself and expand your practice
Chair Yoga: This class is designed for students with mobility limitations, who are recovering from illness or surgery, or who would like to begin their practice with a stable foundation. Using the aid of a chair, virtually all asanas are accessible, which means students can enjoy the health benefits of yoga without compromising their physical well‐being or recovery time! The Chair Yoga teacher has over 250 hours of education in this specific setting and tailors classes to the needs of the students.
Move, rejuvenate and restore: Get rejuvenated and restored and ready for the weeks end! All levels are welcome to this part flow part restorative class.
Morristown Zen: You worked hard all week and want to play hard all weekend. This class is the perfect transition, faster paced flow, yin poses, restorative and meditation. All done with humor and flair.
Restorative: This gentle class is meant to prepare your body and mind for the week ahead. This type of yoga makes use of all the yoga props; blocks, bolsters, and blankets are used to offer support and create grounding poses that relieve muscle ache, joint pain, and fatigue. You can expect to spend the class in relaxing seated and supine poses, with therapeutic adjustments made by the teacher.
Roll & Release: This class incorporates the use of solid rubber balls to work with the myofascial layer of the body, releasing points of stuck fascia, stuck energy and creating length and ease without the wear and tear on the body. After a full class it feels like you’ve just been through a deep tissue massage and a good long nap. No experience necessary.
Yin Yoga: This class offers a gentler practice that emphasizes the release of tendons, ligaments, and fascia in your muscles by holding poses for 2‐5 minutes. It can relieve joint and muscle pain, release tension, and increase flexibility and circulation. Yin Yoga teachers provide a meditative and introspective atmosphere while quietly guiding you through poses.
Taking the 1st Step: This is a series that is offered several times a year, designed to introduce you to yoga or help a more seasoned revamp their practice. You can expect to leave the series with an understanding of the poses, breath work and meditation. Poses are broken down and explained, questions answered and confidence built. It is also offered as a FREE community class several times a year.