find your breath. find your peace. find your balance.

ABOUT US

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Balance Yoga and Wellness is committed to celebrating the practice of yoga and cultivating wellness by offering a wide range of group classes, private lessons, and workshops, in a variety of yoga traditions, at convenient times throughout the day in order to accommodate all students of yoga, from novice to advanced, as well as other treatment modalities and high quality retail items.

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OUR GUIDES

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Leah Ashford completed her 200 hour yoga teacher training with Twin Cities Yoga Collective. Her classes are upbeat and vigorous coupled with restorative postures, breath work, and meditation. Leah's goal is to help students to move with their breath and intention, in the hopes of finding a spiritual connection.

Leah Ashford, RYT200

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Upon experiencing a vinyasa class, Jason was drawn to yoga as a moth is to a flame. He began practicing yoga in 2009 at a time in his life when his mind was muddled and his body was weakened from past injuries. The flow between asanas clarified his mind, strengthened those weaknesses, and made space within to grow. Desiring to take his practice to a higher level, Jason took part in the Twin Cities Yoga Collective in the fall of 2013.

Jason Brady, RYT200

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Paula Chaiken is a certified ChildLight Yoga instructor and is working towards her 200 hour yoga teacher training. As a busy mother of three, she recognizes the importance of yoga in the lives of children and adults. She is thrilled to be teaching ``Yoga for Homeschoolers`` this year and also does outreach and communications for Balance Yoga.

Paula Chaiken

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First introduced to yoga in 1999, Jennifer began her teaching journey in 2007. Since then, she has been teaching full time, logged over 700 hours of study, and has led local and regional workshops, retreats & trainings. Jennifer’s group classes are unique and intelligently designed so students are able to cultivate a deep understanding of their individual needs through breath and both passive and active movement (asana) to increase strength and vitality through the entire system.

Jenn Ciarimboli

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“Two years ago while recovering from shoulder surgery, I realized how much yoga helped me in rehab. I soon after decided to take a 200hr teacher training course and loved how its experience was empowering, how it reduced my level of stress and added physical and emotional balance to my life. I now enjoy teaching Vinyasa, Gentle Flow and Restorative Yoga.”

Terry Citti, RYT200

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Alex DuBois is a premier yoga and movement teacher located in Northeast Pa. He interned with movement pioneer Ido Portal in the Ido Portal Method and his own training includes but is not limited to—gymnastics, Brazilian jiu jitsu, circus arts, crossfit, parkour, yoga, acro yoga, boxing, locomotion, meditation & loaded progressive mobility work.

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Corinne Farrell is here to help you create a balanced body and mind. To that aim, she studies extensively in the fields of Yoga, Personal Training, Cycling, Kinesiology, Massage Therapy, Slacklining & Acrobatics. She’s known for her masterful approach to all things kinesthetic, and happily offers her extensive knowledge to help you live a richer, fuller, more active life.

Corinne Farrell, RYT500, CPT, LMT

owner / teacher

Yoga came into my life at an early age. My mother having practiced under B.K.S. Iyengar for 3 years, taught me as I grew up. In 2008 I began a dedicated physical practice, originally seeking only that; however, what unveiled was a mindful practice that gave me the tools to improve my overall well-being. I combined my love of travel and yoga and went to Bali in 2010 to get my 200HR Hatha Yoga certification from Prana Yoga Teacher College. I’ve since received certifications in Vinyasa Yoga (100HR) from Balance Yoga & Wellness, Bhakti Flow Yoga (120HR) from Rusty Wells of Urban Flow. I've also been trained in The Art of Physical Adjustments, Reiki Level 1, Prenatal, Restorative, Yin & Aerial Yoga.

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My name is Ashley Kostak and I have been dancing since the young age of three. I spent many years as a competitive dancer for David Blight School of Dance. After finding yoga, I discovered a happy medium between the two; incorporating poses in a fluid dancing transition. I now teach Yoga Inspired Dance at Balance Yoga, using this theory of blending yoga and dance. Anybody can dance, as long as it feels good!

Ashley Kostak

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When I started this journey in massage therapy in 2004, it was intended to be a temporary layover until I figured out “what I wanted to be when I grew up,” then the best thing happened, I fell in love. Manipulating tissues, relieving pain and seeing the joy and thankfulness on my client’s faces solidified that I had indeed, found my place. I am honored and thankful to be able to share this love with my clients. I specialize in Swedish and Therapeutic Massage, certified in Trigger Point Therapy, and always eager to learn new techniques!

Alexandra Laver, LMT

massage therapist

Dana Sherman, E-ERT 200hr has over 430 hours of yoga training and has been teaching since June of 2010. Her classes are intelligently sequenced, energetically balanced, well-rounded and she has the ability to deeply connect with her students. In addition to her yoga teaching career, she is studying to become a Holistic Heath Coach and is pursuing a degree in Nutrition Science. Her class offerings include Vinyasa, Mellow Flow, Restorative and regularly teaches private lessons.

Dana Sherman, E-RYT200

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Eva Ofcharsky-Simpson, RN, offers metaphysical healing sessions at Balance Yoga. Eva’s certifications and education include: Reiki Master, IET Master Practitioner, CTA Practitioner, Atlantean Crystal Healing. Eva also serves as a volunteer board member of Camp Bravehearts, a non-profit organization that offers retreat weekends and other programs for cancer survivors.

Eva Simpson, RN

metaphysical healer

Cristina Spradlin has been a student of yoga for six years and since has earned 300 hours of yoga teacher training. She has been teaching in NEPA for two years and has cultivated a deep love for not only the practice, but how it has ultimately led her closer to herself. Cristina is also passionate about martial arts and is currently a first degree black belt, an avid boxer and practices Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.

Cristina Spradlin

office manager / teacher

Dina Stewart discovered Baptiste Power Vinyasa Yoga in 2009 which became a turning point in her life. She found her strength, her voice & her passion. In May 2012, she completed training through the Always at Aum Yoga School to obtain her 200 hour RYT certification. In November 2013, Dina graduated from Boundless Yoga Training at Sundari Yoga in Stroudsburg, PA with her 500 hour RYT certification, has been actively teaching for over four years and has been upholding a daily physical practice.

Dina Stewart, E-RYT500

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Kelley began practicing yoga in 2009 after she left her career in finance and became a stay-at-home mom to her four children. She is currently pursuing her 200hr Yoga Teacher Training Certification. Her primary interest, however, is the impact yoga can have for young children. She believes children can benefit greatly from the fun and relaxing breathing and postures associated with yoga, as well as the tools it provides to improve their coordination, focus, confidence, and overall well being.

Kelley Watkins

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FUN FACTS

6930

HOURS TRAINED

482

Students

86

Combined Years Experience

3100

Classes Taught

OUR STUDIO

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Our 4,400-square-foot wellness center features a 900-square-foot eco-friendly yoga practice space with natural lighting and bamboo floors that can accommodate 110 students, a meditation room, two patient therapy rooms, retail space and an art gallery.

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More than just a room, our main studio serves as a haven for those wishing to explore within themselves. It is a space that warmly welcomes each and every person and houses transformations, intention and a whole lot of love. We happily offer a variety of approaches to yoga, such as Vinyasa, Yin, Restorative and Aerial. Magic happens here.

movement space

Motion, heat, sweat… introducing our second studio space, our contemporary movement room. Classes offered here will create opportunities to move the body in innovative and diverse ways, while keeping the integrity and mindfulness of. Step into this room to step outside the box.

lounge/lobby

Early for class? Wish to stay a few minutes afterwards to chat? Would you like a cup of tea? Introducing our new lounge/lobby area, designed for kicking back and waiting for upcoming classes to begin. This area has comfortable furniture, a tea bar and is connected to our brand new locker rooms. We welcome you to relax!

therapy rooms

Relax, renew and recharge in our three new therapy rooms that house a variety of services. Relax your body and senses through Swedish massage, take on knots and pains through Deep Tissue, encourage healing in your immune system through our special Lymphatic Drainage, stimulate brain and sensory function through our special Cranial Activation, heal your energetic body through our Reiki sessions and so much more. Come in and give yourself the care and attention you deserve.

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CLASSES

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Ranging from classes designed to build strength in the body to classes designed to cultivate stillness in the mind, Balance Yoga aims to offer classes to fit the body and mind of all practitioners. We understand that people seek yoga and movement for different reasons and our goal is to accommodate each person the best that we can.

WHAT IS YOGA?

Yoga is a healing practice that affects the practitioner on both external and internal levels. It can be seen as medicine for the physical body and medicine for the over-worked mind. It generates a calmness, an internal peace and feeling of acceptance and contentment with oneself and one’s surroundings. Yoga can be modified to fit the needs of each practitioner, allowing it to be an all-inclusive practice regardless of age, occupation, body type or level of flexibility. At Balance Yoga, we deeply care for and value the needs of each and every student and aim to provide the student with the best facility to undertake such a journey. We offer teachers with a variety of backgrounds, personalities and teaching styles. Grow with us, physically, emotionally and spiritually.

Find Strength
core power fusion

Join us for this fun and challenging 60 minute vinyasa class focused on core strength. A strong core is vital for any asana including standing poses, arm balances, and inversions. The bandhas will also be discussed and utilized. Appropriate for all levels.

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CORE POWER FUSION YOGA CLASSES

Classes Available. Click Here to Register.

flow into strength

Get ready to deepen your practice. Sweat, breathe and flow in this challenging class which allows you to open your heart fully to what the universe has in-store for us while remaining rooted in the Earth. Strong Capable action come prepared for a strong asana practice with fun, upbeat music and relaxation.

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YIN YOGA CLASSES

Classes Available. Click Here to Register.

hour of power

60 minute vigorous All Level Vinyasa Flow class! Come get your sweaty yoga groove on!

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HOUR OF POWER YOGA CLASSES

Classes Available. Click Here to Register.

vinyasa flow

Vinyasa Flow means “breath synchronized movement.” Each class is creatively sequenced to lead you through a series of breath centered shapes woven together safely and intelligently in breath awareness. Well rounded, each class will include centering and grounding, sun salutations, standing and balancing asanas, twisting, strengthening and seated postures; ending with deep relaxation. Modifications are provided by the teacher for all levels of experience.

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VINYASA YOGA CLASS
Private Sessions available by appointment only

Classes Available. Click Here to Register.

donation vinyasa

This 50 minute Vinyasa Flow class is the perfect opportunity to find a little balance in the middle of your busy day. This class is designed to complement all levels of experience by focusing on breath focused movement encouraging students to honor their own needs on any particular day. You will leave class feeling refreshed and nourished.

DONATION VINYASA YOGA CLASSES

 

Classes Available. Click Here to Register.

level II vinyasa

Beginning with vigorous sun salutations, with humor and philosophy, you’ll build to an advanced posture. Modifications are offered at each step. Generous and strong adjustments offered throughout this class, which challenges you physically and touches your soul.

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LEVEL II VINYASA YOGA CLASSES

 

Classes Available. Click Here to Register.

yoga strength/conditioning

Build the foundational strength for advanced asana. With a strong anatomical focus on balancing muscles across the joints this class will help to inform you of muscular asymmetries. Form over function means all levels are welcome and we will become stronger around the best possible alignment.

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YOGA STRENGTH/CONDITIONING CLASSES

 

Classes Available. Click Here to Register.

Find Peace
bhakti flow

Bhakti is the yoga of love and devotion and this vigorous flow class will weave the bhakti principles throughout stimulating all of your senses leaving you feeling alive and open with a deep sense of peace and love! Suitable for All Levels. Room is heated to 90 degrees.

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BHAKTI YOGA CLASSES

 

Classes Available. Click Here to Register.

foundations

Focus on proper body alignment and breath control. Student will become familiar with basic standing and seated poses. This class is focused on beginner students.

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FOUNDATIONS YOGA CLASSES

 

Classes Available. Click Here to Register.

meditation

Bliss and beauty can be found is stillness, and that is exactly what this class aims to do. In the incredibly fast-paced motion of today’s society, there has never been a more crucial time to savor in stillness. This class will teach you how to quiet the mind and be fully present. Appropriate for all levels.

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MEDITATION YOGA CLASSES

 

Classes Available. Click Here to Register.

mellow flow

Come chill with us! This mellow class will move your body, calm your mind and lift your spirit. Suitable for All Levels.

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MELLOW FLOW YOGA CLASSES

 

Classes Available. Click Here to Register.

morning flow

Begin your day with movement, mindfulness and flow accompanied by the morning sun in this 75 minute Vinyasa-style yoga class. Appropriate for all levels.

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MORNING FLOW YOGA CLASSES

 

Classes Available. Click Here to Register.

prenatal
What is Prenatal Yoga?

Prenatal yoga is an adapted form of yoga designed for the women’s changing body and needs.

 

What are the benefits?

There are physical mental and emotional benefits of yoga practice during pregnancy. Develop confidence, strengthen and stretch your body and your mind. Yoga can help alleviate common physical aliments such as nausea, constipation, varicose veins, swelling, back pain, sciatica, and sleeplessness.

 

How early can I start?

Its never to early or too late to begin your yoga practice.

 

I don’t want a natural birth. Is Prenatal Yoga for me?

Absolutely! Prenatal Yoga helps you bond with your baby and relieve aches and pains of pregnancy. However a woman is most comfortable is how she should give birth. We will talk about all kinds of births.

 

I never did yoga before, can I still take Prenatal classes?

Yes! Pregnancy is a great time to begin your yoga journey. Many women are very connected and in tune with their body during pregnancy. It is a great time to tap into that awareness and inward reflection.
Do I need a doctors note?

Yes.

 

What should I bring or wear?

Wear comfortable clothing but nothing too baggy. Bring a yoga mat (rentals are available) a water bottle and journal to class along with an open mind and expect to leave uplifted and connected.

 

Do I need to pre-register? How long is a session?

Yes you must pre-register. Each session 4 weeks each class is 60 minutes.

 

I’ve been practicing yoga for a while. Can I continue to attend normal classes or should I switch to prenatal classes?

You can stay in your regular class as long as you feel comfortable. Please inform your instructor you are pregnant, as you will need to modify certain poses.

 

How much is class?

Prenatal yoga series last 4 weeks and must be purchased as a series. Prenatal series is $69 for 4 weeks.

 

When can I start Postnatal Yoga?

As soon as your doctor says its ok, Usually 6-8 weeks post delivery.

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PRENATAL YOGA WORKSHOP

 

6 weeks sessions are available for $99 for all 6 or $20 per class.

 

Click Here to Register.

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What is Postnatal Yoga?

Postnatal Yoga helps rebuild strength and soothe the aches of new parenthood while connecting with your newest addition. Open to all parents/caregivers 6 weeks old to crawlers.

 

What are the benefits?

There are physical mental and emotional benefits of yoga practice after giving birth. Develop confidence, strengthen and stretch your body and your mind.

 

How early can I start?

Generally 6-8 weeks post delivery with a doctor’s note.

 

I never did yoga before, can I still take Postnatal classes?

Yes! It’s a great time to start to reconnect with your body and baby.

 

Do I need a doctor’s note?

Yes.

 

What should I bring or wear?

Wear comfortable clothing but nothing too baggy. Bring a yoga mat (rentals are available) a water bottle and journal to class along with an open mind and expect to leave uplifted and connected.

 

Do I need to pre-register? How long is a session?

Yes you must pre-register. Each session 6 weeks each class is 60 minutes.

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POSTNATAL YOGA CLASSES

 

6 weeks sessions are available for $99 for all 6 or $20 per class.

 

Click Here to Register.

restorative

A combination of meditation, pranayama (breath work), restorative yoga postures and very gentle movement to calm the mind and body. A perfect mid-morning refresh.

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RESTORATIVE YOGA CLASSES

 

Classes Available. Click Here to Register.

slow flow

Come relax with us! This Slow Flow class will move your body, calm your mind and lift your spirit. Suitable for beginner students and all levels.

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SLOW FLOW YOGA CLASSES

 

Classes Available. Click Here to Register.

yin

Quiet your mind and open the deep tissues of your body in this contemplative and meditative class. Yin is the perfect compliment to your more active (yang) hatha yoga practice. Learn how the Yin shapes (asanas) affect your Qi (prana) and the deeper yin tissues (bones & ligaments) of your body. Suitable for all levels.

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YIN YOGA CLASSES

 

Classes Available. Click Here to Register.

Find Balance
acroyoga
What is acroyoga?

Acroyoga is acrobatics with a yogic consciousness. The essence of acroyoga is being in the moment in balance with another.

 

Can anyone do acroyoga?

Yes as long as you are physically active in some way and have no grave medical conditions, you will be able to practice acroyoga in one form or another.

 

I like all the acrobatics but I don’t care for the yoga part, can I still do acroyoga?

It is called acroyoga because yoga is ½ of the equation. Yoga can help us when the ego starts to take over and we start obsessing about our future greatness and prowess and lose sight of the moment or why we are doing acroyoga.

 

What should I wear?

You should wear comfortable clothing which does not reveal too much anatomy when you go upside down, bend over or spread your legs. Also avoid wearing any jewelry that can get tangled, cut skin, or get caught in the bases feet or hands. Avoid wearing heavy perfumes and oily lotions.

 

Do I need to come with a partner?

You can come with a partner if you feel more comfortable working with a familiar person. But in most classes’ people find a partner and change partners numerous times. It is good to change partners because it helps us develop tools to adjust to a new environment.

 

Am I too heavy to practice acroyoga?

You can still practice but you might end up being a base until you can find someone your size or heavier to fly you. You can also try exploring distributing your weight on a smaller base on different ledges of the body, not just the hands and feet.

 

What should I expect in my first acroyoga class?

Your first acroyoga class is going to be a slow steady immersion into a whole new practice. Basic partner balances: that continues with the core integration and test strength in the arms and legs. Spotting exercises: safety cues and learning to work as a trio.Also expect standing poses, partner yoga, creative process, core containment exercises, as well as basic stacking partner balances.

 

What to avoid eating or drinking before acroyoga?

Eat at least 2 hours before a practice and avoid alcohol. A light snack ½ hour before like a banana or apple is okay. Remember you will be going upside down, so we want the contents in our digestive system to have evacuated the stomach.

 

People who should not do acroyoga?

If you suffer from vertigo, high blood pressure, any herniated discs, destabilized sacrum, and recent surgery, etc…. If you are unsure please consult your medical professional, physiotherapist, or your body worker. One should always proceed with caution when trying a new activity.

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ACROYOGA CLASSES

 

Classes Available. Click Here to Register.
Private Sessions available by appointment only.

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aerial

A full body workout designed with all levels in mind. We will work on Balance and core strength, Stretch and Breathe.

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AERIAL YOGA CLASSES

 

Classes Available. Click Here to Register.

balance/chair

This is a series designed for those seeking to improve balance in not only the yoga classroom but in the entirety of life. Strong balance is a key element in many asanas (physical postures) and in regular day-to-day standing, walking, running, overall coordination and much more. We occasionally use props such as chairs and the wall. Perfectly suitable for all ages and skill levels.

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BALANCE/CHAIR WORKSHOP

 

Spots Available. Click Here to Register.

paddleboard
I have never practiced yoga and or paddle boarding, is this for me?

Absolutely! We get people that are new to yoga and paddling ALL the time and they end up loving it. Our classes start out with a lesson, so you will learn everything you need to know before heading out. It’s never a race paddling out – it’s more about connecting with your breath.

 

What should I bring?

Bring a hat and a smile and get ready for bliss! You may want to bring a towel and change of clothes if you decide to take a dip. Also apply sunscreen prior to paddling out.

 

What if it’s windy or rainy?

It is weather permitted. We will cancel any class/event that we feel is not safe enough for all participants.

 

Do I have to practice in a bathing suit?

Wear whatever is comfortable! Yoga pants, tank tops, bathing suits. You will not get wet unless you take a dive off the board.

 

How do I sign up?
In-person, over the phone or online.

900 Rutter Avenue 2nd Floor

Forty Fort PA 18704

570.714.2777

Click here to sign up online

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PADDLEBOARD YOGA CLASSES
(seasonal starting in mid-June)

 

$30 with paddleboard
$40 with rental of paddleboard

 

Classes are 75 mins and conducted @ Lake Nuangola just 15 mins south of Wilkes-Barre.

slackline
What is slackline?

Slackline yoga (or slackasana) has been described as “distilling the art of yogic concentration.” To balance on a 1″ piece of webbing lightly tensioned between two trees is not easy, and doing yoga poses on it is even more challenging. Yet despite the seemingly impossible nature of the act, it is achievable by almost anyone with a little bit of perseverance and patience.

 

Who can slackline?

If you are of average health and ambitious you can try slacklining! Like any other physical activity, there are risks involved but they can be minimized by following the instructions on this website or reading your slackline kit manual. Age is no limit for those who are young at heart and still flexible. If you have children who are minors they can try with help from you. You are responsible to watch them closely at all times.

 

How long does it take to learn to slackline?

You may be surprised to find that slacklining is not as difficult as it seems. With enough practice and concentration many people are able to walk the whole line after a couple of 2-3 hour sessions. A good practice would be to slackline 2-3 times a week for sessions of 1-2 hours. Be sure to take breaks even if you don’t feel strained as you are using smaller muscles that are less often engaged during regular daily activity. Drink plenty of water and use the line to stretch and warm up your muscles.

 

Is slacklining dangerous?

Just like any sport of physical activity, slacklining can result in serious injuries and even death. However, by following the simple guidelines included in your Slackline Manual or on this website, you can minimize the associated risks considerably. Please make sure you read them periodically and fully understand them as that can improve your practice.

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SLACKLINE YOGA CLASSES

 

Slackline events in studio vary in price by studio.

 

Currently there are no events scheduled, but check back with us in the Spring!

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Find Movement
movement

Movement is a cutting edge approach to building ideal body composition, true strength, and total health. By using a rotation of methods from the fitness and athletic world, students will amaze themselves at the speed with which they accomplish exciting body weight movements, regardless of their level or experience. Each Movement class is led by a highly qualified instructor in a community setting. There, each student will practice a personal version of the skills being explored while simultaneously being pushed to their personal edge. Be prepared to be challenged, have a blast, and to be a part of a community of movers!

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MOVEMENT CLASSES

 

Classes Available. Click Here to Register.

dynamic flow

A style of movement inspired by the flow of prasara and vinyasa yoga, martial arts and dance. This class is equal parts creative movement and intelligent movement specifically designed to promote healthy mobility in the body. Appropriate for all levels.

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DYNAMIC FLOW YOGA CLASSES

 

6 weeks sessions are available for $99 or $20 per class.

 

Classes Available. Click Here to Register.

yoga inspired dance

Stretch, dance and have fun in this 75 minute dance class inspired by the body-intelligence, balance/coordination and breath awareness of yoga. Leave feeling light, joyful and inspired. Appropriate for all levels.

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YOGA INSPIRED DANCE CLASSES

 

Classes Available. Click Here to Register.

Little Yogis
kids series

Yoga is most certainly not just for grown ups! Our young ones benefit from yoga just as much as adults and this series is designed to teach children about poses, meditation and breathing in a fun, lighthearted and creative way.

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KID SERIES YOGA CLASSES

Classes Available. Click Here to Register.

pre-teen

This class is designed to give pre-teens the opportunity to decompress from daily ‘life’ in a fun, non-competitive and non-judgmental environment. Students will focus on building strength and flexibility while learning techniques to relieve stress and calm the mind. Classes will integrate traditional yoga poses (asana), breathing exercises (pranayama), and meditation techniques. We will dance, color, sing, learn partner poses, play games, and laugh.

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PRE-TEEN YOGA WORKSHOP

Spots Available. Click Here to Register.

yoga for homeschoolers

Students ages 5–12 will enjoy a yoga practice tailored to their curriculum. They’ll bend and stretch and breathe and relax to various themes. Parents can discuss curricular needs with educator and Child Light Yoga certified instructor to create a class suited to their needs. Depending on the thematic unit, literature, writing, crafts, vocabulary and/or math will be included in lively, fun and educational class.

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YOGA FOR HOMESCHOOLERS WORKSHOPS

Classes Available. Click Here to Register.

PRICING

Mat Rental Available — $2, comes with hand/mat towel

PASS 12-MONTH 6-MONTH MONTH 10-CLASS DROP-IN AERIAL DROP-IN AERIAL 5-CLASS
COST
(Student/Senior)
75
(55)
85
(65)
95
(75)
135
(115)
17
(12)
20 70
Breakdown
If you attend class
6 times a week
2.88
(2.11)
3.26
(2.50)
3.65
(2.88)
13.50
(11.50)
17.00
(12.00)
20.00 14.00
5 times a week 3.40
(2.50)
3.86
(2.95)
4.32
(3.40)
13.50
(11.50)
17.00
(12.00)
20.00 14.00
4 times a week 4.41
(3.23)
5.00
(3.82)
5.59
(4.41)
13.50
(11.50)
17.00
(12.00)
20.00 14.00
3 times a week 5.77
(4.23)
6.54
(5.00)
7.30
(5.77)
13.50
(11.50)
17.00
(12.00)
20.00 14.00

PRICING

Mat Rental Available — $2, comes with hand/mat towel

PASS COST
(Student/Senior)
12-MONTH 75
(55)
Breakdown
If you attend class
6 times a week
2.88
(2.11)
5 times a week 3.40
(2.50)
4 times a week 4.41
(3.23)
3 times a week 5.77
(4.23)
6 MONTH 85
(65)
Breakdown
If you attend class
6 times a week
3.26
(2.50)
5 times a week 3.86
(2.95)
4 times a week 5.00
(3.82)
3 times a week 6.54
(5.00)
MONTH 95
(75)
Breakdown
If you attend class
6 times a week
3.65
(2.88)
5 times a week 4.32
(3.40)
4 times a week 5.59
(4.41)
3 times a week 7.30
(5.77)
10-CLASS 135
(115)
Breakdown
If you attend class
6 times a week
13.50
(11.50)
5 times a week 13.50
(11.50)
4 times a week 13.50
(11.50)
3 times a week 13.50
(11.50)
DROP-IN 17
(12)
Breakdown
If you attend class
6 times a week
17
(12)
5 times a week 17
(12)
4 times a week 17
(12)
3 times a week 17
(12)
AERIAL DROP-IN 20
Breakdown
If you attend class
6 times a week
20.00
5 times a week 20.00
4 times a week 20.00
3 times a week 20.00
AERIAL 5-CLASS 70
Breakdown
If you attend class
6 times a week
14.00
5 times a week 14.00
4 times a week 14.00
3 times a week 14.00
check our schedule & book a class today!

MASSAGE & ENERGY THERAPY

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Treat yourself to one of our massage or energy therapy services. Just as yoga helps to achieve wellness and tranquility, massage can increase circulation and promote relaxation leaving you feeling peaceful and refreshed. Our professional therapists are available for sessions by request. Complement your yoga practice today with your choice of 10 unique massage and energy therapy services offered right at our studio.

swedish massage

{$65 – $100}
Swedish-based massage therapy combining the best-known therapeutic massage practices to provide unparalleled relaxation. Relieve stress and tension in overworked muscles. Massage improves blood circulation, leading to lower blood pressure and improved body functions. The techniques used during the session facilitate blood flow through congested areas, releasing pressure and allowing new blood to flow through targeted areas.

deep tissue massage

{$75 – $110}

Focus on those overworked muscles living well below the surface with this intensely therapeutic massage. Designed to relieve pain associated with muscle knots, heavy physical activity, and everyday stress, this deep tissue therapy is deliberate and customized, targeting specific areas in need of relief.

thai massage

{$80 – $120}

Thai is a system of massage and assisted stretching developed in Thailand, and influenced by the traditional medicine systems of India, China, and Southeast Asia. It is sometimes referred to in the Western world as Assisted Yoga. This form of bodywork is performed on the floor, and the client wears comfortable clothes that allow for movement. The rejuvenating and energizing effects are unmistakable. No oils are used in Thai massage.

prenatal massage

{$75 – $110}

Massaging for two? Designed specifically for women in the second and third trimesters of pregnancy, this deeply soothing prenatal massage therapy works to improve circulation, reduce swelling in hands and feet, and release tension in the lower back, neck, and shoulders.

NOTE: Not recommended for first trimester pregnancies

structural integration-KMI

{$120}

A great introduction to structural bodywork. Using a system-oriented style of work, taking into consideration the whole person, we create alignment of your body’s myofascial network — a layer of loose but strong, connective tissue — gently and sensitively.

 

Structural integration is meant to initiate change to your posture and general vitality so you can create sustainability in your activities as well as adapt to life’s demands. This type of bodywork addresses the pelvis and legs, the upper body and the shoulders, and the neck and spine respectively, giving a solid introduction to yourself and the method.

nerve/artery work

{$75}

This hands-on massage focuses on the body’s nerve and artery mobilization rather than the muscular system. It is intelligently designed to free up the nerves and arteries within the fascial network of the body to decrease tingling/numbness and increase blood flow in those areas.

lymphatic drainage

{$75}

Comes to the rescue. This is a good treatment to reduce puffiness after a flight, visibly speeds up the healing process of the body after injury or surgery, minimizes swelling, detoxifies the body and relaxes the sympathetic nervous system, allowing the parasympathetic nervous system (the “relaxation” system) to take over.

reiki

{$55}

Reiki is a Japanese technique for stress reduction and relaxation that promotes healing. Administered by “laying on hands” to create balance and harmony in each individual’s life force energy. In Japanese, ‘Rei’ means Universal and ‘Ki’ means energy. Thus the word Reiki is often translated as Universal Life Force Energy. Reiki can be used to relieve symptoms of asthma, allergies, arthritis, back pains, and migraines, relieve fear and stress, lower blood pressure and those with symptoms of fatigue. Reiki can also be beneficial in releasing emotional blockages that prevent the healthy flow of universal life force energy throughout the body, mind and auric fields.

crystal infused reiki

{$65}

Immerse your auric field with the healing quality of Mother Earth’s beautiful gems. Crystal Layouts enhance the flow of the Reiki energy and infuse the body with auric healing colors. Explore the crystals and their healing properties.

cranial temple activation

{$90}

The Cranial Temple (Pineal, Pituitary, Hypothalamus) holds energy to support patterns in our body to anchor the L.I.G.H.T. (Love, Integrity, Gratitude, Humility, Trust) for the restructuring of our DNA. Within the Pineal Gland is the Master Cell. This cell holds the DNA and genetic code for the individual and when energetic changes are made to the Master Cell, it is then replicated to ALL of the DNA and genetic code in the body. When activated, our consciousness is re-calibrated to the likeness of our L.I.G.H.T. body™, guiding us to our next stage of personal evolution.

 

BENEFITS OF CRANIAL TEMPLE ACTIVATION:

  • Helps to regulate metabolism
  • Release of natural melatonin healthy sleep patterns
  • Creates a more “holistic” way of thinking
  • Greater awareness with mind body and soul connection
  • Helps to bring clarity to divine path and purpose
  • Expands one’s cellular structure to anchor more L.I.G.H.T. in the physical body
  • Awakens one’s natural Psychic abilities
  • Opens the door to one’s highest potential of living, thinking and being
  • Clears pathways to bring more joy, love and peace into your life

integrated energy therapy

{$75}

In today’s busy world we seldom find the time to nurture and experience the profound peace that is so close within reach. Lifestyles of today are just constantly on the go, we strive to eat better, sleep more, exercise more frequently, but in essence we have created a snowball effect of chaos that tends to block our restorative mode to our mind and body connection.

 

Integrated Energy Therapy (IET) can help to facilitate the process of letting go, allowing you to work towards optimal health with a balance of the mind and body. Stevan identified the correlation between emotions and specific body parts and this is where the individual steps of energizing, triggering, releasing and integrating are applied.

 

As practitioners, we energize by holding one of nine hand positions channeling energy into a meridian pathway. This is followed by the trigger step, where light pressure is used while we invite the energy blockage to be released. The final step is the integration where positive, empowering energy is imprinted. When was the last time you slowed down enough to listen to your body and what it was trying to tell you? If you take the time to listen, your body can guide you to heal more rapidly. Your body is your gift, so embrace it, honor it and care for it. Open yourself to countless possibilities release what no longer serves you and to embrace the now with a more powerful mind body connection.

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AROMATHERAPY
{Add $5}
Enhance your Swedish or Deep Tissue massage experience with Aromatherapy.

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