103 E. Walnut Street, North Wales


Class Descriptions

Whole Body Yoga Studio / Class Descriptions

Yoga Stretching is Great for Your BodyAt Whole Body Yoga Studio in North Wales, we offer a wide range of classes for students of all ages and practice levels. Our classes range from Gentle Yoga Flow, to more challenging Vinyasa and Hatha practices.?

[su_spoiler title=”Gentle Yoga Flow” open=”yes”] The focus of this class is stress release and gentle stretching.? The class consists of simple breathing exercises, with warm-ups and simple postures.? This class is appropriate for all levels of yoga, especially for students new to Yoga and students recovering from an injury, back pain or illness.? This class is intended to be relaxing and nurturing to your body. ? ? ? ?- All Levels.
[su_spoiler title=”Yoga and Relaxation with Yoga Nidra”] This class begins with a gentle yoga flow suited for all levels of yoga experience, followed by Yoga Nidra.? Yoga Nicdra is a practice where we accelerate healing a physical, emotional and spiritual levels. Yogic Sleep in Sanskrit, but isn’t sleep at all.m, in fact, it is a relaxed state we all have access to, somewhere between sleep and wakefulness.? All levels
[su_spoiler title=”Vinyasa Yoga”] This class is predominately an athletic class, for an experience yoga student. The Vinyasa flow builds energy and carries the energy from one posture to the next. Expect to coordinate breath with movement, as you move from one pose to the next.? Recommended for those with previous Yoga experience.
[su_spoiler title=”Restore and Renew”] This class offers a balancing blend of relaxing restorative poses and Yin postures. The support of props during restorative yoga, allows the body and mind to fully surrender and recharge, activating the parasympathetic nervous system for a total spirit reboot. Yin yoga targets the connective tissues and joints to release stored tension and blockages. You will leave class feeling completely centered and relaxed. Please arrive at least 5 minutes early to secure your spot and set up your space. Recommended for all levels.
[su_spoiler title=”Ashtanga Yoga”] A dynamic series of postures created to invigorate the body and the mind. A powerful style of Yoga that coordinates the breath and movement. This practice is meant to build heat, detoxify the body and to create internal focus. Recommended for an experienced yoga student.

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[su_spoiler title=”Yoga and Relaxation”] This class begins with a gentle yoga flow, followed by Yoga Nidra . Yoga Nidra is a practice where we accelerate healing on physical, emotional and spiritual levels, by using breath and guided meditation. A deeply healing and nurturing practice for the body, heart and mind.This class is recommended for all levels.

[su_spoiler title=”Slow Flow”] A gently-paced vinyasa-based class. A softer version of an intense vinyasa practice, this class begins with tuning into the breath and a gentle warming up of the muscles and joints. We grow stronger into the breath/movement connection, transitioning to moderate sun salutations with a balance of standing and seated postures. A core strengthening segment and meditative savasana are also included, helping you to find a beautiful balance between effort and ease. All levels.

[su_spoiler title=”Yin”] Yin Yoga focuses on the slow, gentle, opening of the fascial layer of the body. The fascia is the connective tissue under the skin, which wraps the muscles, and holds the body together. Over time, chronic tightness of the fascia causes stiffness and inflexibility, restricting mobility and energy flow. Most of the postures are done seated or lying down, and focus on opening the back, hips and hamstrings. No prior yoga experience required.

[su_spoiler title=”Heated Vinyasa Flow”] This flow helps you to? coordinate breath with movement, as you flow from one pose to the next. Your class will most likely include Sun Salutations and a flowing sequence of postures. The vinyasa flow builds energy and carries the energy from one posture to the next. This workout builds heat, energizes and detoxifies your body.? This class is recommended for someone with previous Yoga experience. Heated to a comfortable temperature of 85 degrees.

[su_spoiler title=”Yoga and Meditation “]In Classical yoga, meditation is considered to be the ultimate purpose of the practice. This moderate hatha yoga class will prepare the body for meditation. In addition to traditional asana, you will learn seated postures, yogic breathing (pranayama) and systematic relaxation techniques. All classes will end with approximately 10 minutes of seated meditation. This class is appropriate for all levels.

[su_spoiler title=”Yoga for Relaxation”]
Whether your work week is just starting or coming to an end this class will help you unwind with a gentle approach. This class is open to beginners or seasoned yogis. This class provides work with pranayama, gentle stretching & postures with a profound focus on relaxation & healing in a relaxed, non-competitive setting. Perfect for those days you need to be reminded to slow down.[/su_spoiler]

[su_spoiler title=”Meditative Yoga Flow”]
This class provides access to internal awareness and aliveness through the practice of pranayama (breathing exercises), asana (postures), and meditation. Each class begins with centering and pranayama to create inward space for long holds and graceful flow. Prior to savasana, 10 minutes of seated meditation invite ongoing ease and peaceful balance between mind and body. Yogis will discover the harmonious relationship between yoga and meditation.


[su_spoiler title=”Wake Up Vinyasa Flow”]
Jump start your day with this energizing vinyasa yoga flow. This class includes breath work, seated and standing postures, and sun salutations.???


[su_spoiler title=”Yin/Yang Yoga”]
The combination of passive(yin) and vigorous (yang) yoga practices, is rooted in the idea that, in order to create balance in your overall practice, you need to alternately exert and quiet yourself.? The yang practice consists primarily of a flowing sequences of standing postures, much like an extended Sun Salutation. The yin sequences targets the deep, dense connective tissues- tendons, ligaments and cartilage and activates the movement of prana or ‘life force’ through the core of the body. Recommended for all levels.

[su_spoiler title=”Prenatal Yoga”] Designed to nourish expectant mothers during their magical journey. Learn to use yoga?s mind/body awareness to connect with your body and your growing baby. Prenatal will assist mommas in strengthening the uterus and pelvic muscles, improve circulation, aid in digestion, exercise the spine and increase overall comfort. It can also help alleviate many of the discomforts of pregnancy such as nausea, constipation, varicose veins, swelling, back pain and sciatica. This gentle and supportive class also provides space for students to connect with other expectant moms. All levels.

[su_spoiler title=”Heated Vinyasa Flow”]
Vinyasa Flow in a heated room. Expect to coordinate breath with movement, as you flow from one pose to the next. Your class will most likely include Sun Salutations and a flowing sequence of postures.This class is recommended for someone with previous Yoga experience.

[su_spoiler title=”Gentle Yoga with Thai Massage”]
Become attuned to the messages you receive from your body. This mindful practice increases awareness and reduces stress using gentle yoga asana, movement, ball work and breath work. By acknowledging the sensations felt in the body, and interpreting them as an opportunity for deeper understanding and transformation, we can begin to align, soothe, and heal our bodies and our lives.
?An added bonus, Brian Fegley, Thai Massage Therapist will give mini Thai Sessions during class. ? Designed for all levels.

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