Yoga Classes

Imagine Fitness and Yoga offers a variety of yoga classes, from beginner to advanced. We specialize in helping those new to Yoga get started. We believe in a triad of focus on strength, flexibility and balance. You will find the unique blend of all three in whichever class you choose.

Yoga Fundamentals Class
Fundamentals & Beginner Yoga & Fitness

Participants will learn the building blocks of yoga practice in a variety of introductory classes. These classes are great for beginning and intermediate level practitioners looking to establish good form, balance, and flow in their practice. Many classes are the perfect refresher of the fundamentals important to Yoga practice. Your instructor will lead you through basic and gentle standing and seated poses and you will learn about the healing benefits of Yoga.

Vinyasa – Levels I, II and III

Vinyasa is a type of yoga that links movement and breath to attain balance in the mind and body. From the Sanskrit “to place in a special way,” vinyasa aligns a deliberate sequence of poses with the breath to achieve a continuous flow. Inhalation is usually connected to upward, open movements, while exhalation is often tied to downward movements or twists.

Vinyasa yoga pose
Restorative yoga pose
Restorative Yin Yoga

This relaxing and meditative class is appropriate to all levels. Gentle poses are held for 3-5 minutes focusing on healing the fascia and connective tissues. Practitioners are fully supported by blankets and props to encourage total relaxation and engage the parasympathetic nervous system, in charge of “rest and digest.”

Ashtanga

Ashtanga yoga is a dynamic, flowing style that connects the movement of the body with the breath. The method stresses the practice of a set series of movements. There are six series of Ashtanga yoga sequences, which the student progresses through at their own pace.

ashtanga yoga pose
Hatha yoga pose
Hatha

Hatha yoga is a branch of yoga primarily concerned with mastery of the body. The term is derived from the Sanskrit ha, meaning “sun,” and tha, meaning “moon,” leading to the common interpretation that Hatha practices are designed to unite and balance these two energies.