ABOUT OUR CLASSES
At Inner Heat Yoga we offer a state of the art tranquil space to bring peace, calm, and balance to your practice. Inner Heat Yoga boasts two full size showers and three bathrooms for a fresh clean you, a tea room to bring calm and harmony while warming your body with a hot cup of tea, a coat room for storing your personal belongings, a large yoga studio, an intimate smaller studio, a massage/bodywork room, as well as the Day Glow Spa room to bring your body into full alignment. Inner Heat Yoga is dedicated to serving every aspect of the body to support a more balanced harmonized you.
Inner Heat Yoga offers a full selection of yoga mats and props for use at our studio.
Inner Heat Yoga offers a variety of Vinyasa yoga classes. Vinyasa yoga is one of the more popular yoga styles practiced in the west today. Vinyasa yoga moves through fluid poses and the sequence is rarely the same. This is different from "fixed forms" of yoga like Bikram and Ashtanga where classes often feature the same postures in the same order. The fluid, changing sequences of Vinyasa yoga allows the body to become balanced and help to prevent repetitive motion injuries that generally occur from doing the same thing every day and using the same muscle groups. Vinyasa helps us to honor the impermanence of life as we fluidly move from one pose to the next. Vinyasa means a gradual progression or a step-by-step approach that systematically and appropriately takes a participant from one point and safely lands them at the next point. Shiva Rea says, “Vinyasa in its original meaning from the early Tantras is understood as the ‘sequence of consciousness,’ or how life unfolds from…the creative pulse of life.”
Anusara® Yoga means “flowing with grace” or “follow your heart.” Anusara Yoga promotes deep personal growth and transformative experiences on all levels due to its comprehensive, multi-disciplinary, creative, and joyful approach to the physical, mental, spiritual, and mystical aspects of yoga. Through community, movement, meditation, breathwork, and Tantric philosophy, Anusara Yoga aligns your mind, body, and heart, thus giving you the opportunity to connect to yourself in a deeper way.
Anusara Yoga is a unique form of Hatha yoga that invites people of all backgrounds and abilities the opportunity to improve strength, flexibility and balance. Anusara goes beyond fitness by supporting practitioners in self-discovery.
What can you expect from an Anusara class?
A focus on aligning mind, body, and heart through careful movement, based on a deep understanding of the body’s skeletal, muscle and fascia structures
Increased strength, flexibility, balance, and awareness
A highly-trained teacher who is eager to share their love of Anusara with newcomers and experienced practitioners alike
The opportunity to connect the heart, body, and mind through meditation and reflection
Strong Yoga For Mature Bodies
Geared towards active older adults, “Strong Yoga for Mature Bodies” will teach you alignment and breathwork to ensure you can prevent injury, mitigate stiffness or weakness, and find steadiness and openness in every pose. This class is slow-paced with the posture held and repeated, rather than a flow class. It is appropriate for all levels of experience.
A Korean martial art combining kicks, strikes, throws, falls, grappling, joint-locks, and other skills into a modern and effective system of self-defense.
Yongmudo emphasizes a "flexibility of response," offering an array of self-defense options to address various threats to our safety.
We provide a class space that is safe for people of all ages, body types, and orientations to improve their fitness, mind-body coordination, and overall well-being while still emphasizing traditional martial arts values of continuous technical improvement, commitment to community, and respect for oneself and others.
Yongmudo is a Korean martial art combining kicks, strikes, throws, falls, grappling, joint-locks, and other skills into a modern and effective system of self-defense.
Classes for kids emphasize the basic philosophy of traditional martial arts: respect for self and others, self-discipline, and striving for continuous improvement. Students will practice a variety of martial and self-defense techniques while learning how to maintain control and keep themselves and their partners safe. Parents are also welcome to participate in the class.
To find out when the next Yongmudo class is Click here to see our class schedule.