Seaside Yoga Class DescriptionsseasideVINYASA
Our goal at seasideYOGA is for every person who walks in and walks out of this space to gain something; to honor each individual and their personal journey by providing something for everyone. To leave feeling relaxed, empowered, at peace, motivated, and moved in some way shape or form.
seasideVINYASA integrates breath and movement, providing students with a space to explore a dynamic yoga flow carefully constructed to dive deeper into the mind/body connection.
Weighted Yoga Flow Weighted Yoga Flow is built on the foundation of yoga philosophy and focuses on isometric holdings with resistance using light free weights. The experience includes upbeat music, conscious breathing, stretching and enjoyment of stepping out of the mind and into the body. It is not an advanced class or a beginner class, this class is approachable for everyone! The practice consists of simple exercises & postures woven into a flowing sequence that helps to ease tension and and strengthen the body simultaneously. Beginner Yoga
Beginner classes are taught at a much slower pace with careful attention to alignment. Great for those new to the yoga practice and looking to further their knowledge in the field. Kundalini Kundalini Yoga is known as the yoga of awareness and is considered the most comprehensive yoga in that it combines physical postures/movement, breath work, chanting and meditation. This class will incorporate all of these aspects into an hour and fifteen minute class.
Through the use of physical postures and movement (called a Kriya) the muscular, glandular, circulatory, and nervous systems are strengthened and balanced. Breathing techniques are employed to develop mastery over moods as well as processing emotions and life experiences. Lastly, meditation and sound current techniques bring about a state of harmony between body, mind and spirit. SlowFlow Classes
Seaside Yoga’s Slow Flow class offers the integration of breath and movement as in a typical vinyasa class, but at a slower pace. Poses are typically held for longer periods of time, breathing techniques that lend aid to maximize relaxation are incorporated, and more restorative poses are added in.