Body FIrst Yoga

Body First Yogis

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Body First Yoga Class Descriptions

Body First offers a variety of yoga classes.

Yoga Flow
All level yoga class. A mixed-level vinyasa flow class, focusing on well-rounded practice and attaching movement to breathe. All levels are welcome- we will be modifying poses using props (blocks, straps, etc.) and with our bodies as appropriate for each student’s needs. We will aim to improve balance, strength, and flexibility in our bodies as well as foster a sense of focus and tranquility. Some yoga experience recommended
Yoga For Lunch
Give yourself a mid-day boost with an invigorating yoga class. It will relax you and allow you to return to work or the rest of your day feeling great. Some yoga experience recommended
Restful Yoga
With the fast-paced, stressful lifestyles we live, we often forget to allow ourselves to slow down, relax, and restore. Dedicated to bringing balance and peace from within this class aids in your self-care. Props (bolsters, blankets, and blocks)support the body so our muscles can completely relax into gentle stretching. A variety of breathing exercises will be integrated to encourage our focus to stay in the present moment. All levels welcome.
Tinman Yoga

This class is designed for those who have limited flexibility, seniors, participants recovering from injury, and anyone looking for gentle, mindful stretching, and movement class. We will combine mellow yoga poses, stretching, use of props, and offer modifications including chair yoga. All levels are welcome. NO YOGA EXPERIENCE NECESSARY

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New to yoga?

Body First would love to help you on your journey.  Though beginner yoga dvds or even you tube videos  can be a good place to start, it’s hard to beat the interaction you get by going to a yoga class.  Don’t worry if you can’t touch your toes or know the name of the poses, we all begin somewhere.  To get the most of the your first yoga experience we recommend:

  • Give your self a pat on the back.  Trying something new can be scary making it to the mat the first time is already a big accomplishment.
  • Wear comfortable clothes you can move around in.  Take those socks off to allow for better grip on the mat.
  • Unplug.  Please leave electronics in Do not disturb mode, in your bag, or in the locker.
  • Come a few minutes early to get set up and introduce yourself to the yoga instructor. Let your yoga instructor know if you are new to yoga, if you have any injuries, limitations, or areas you need to work on.
  • Listen to your body and don’t force your body into anything that feels unnatural.
  • Remember yoga is a journey not a destination or a competition.
  • Afterwards Thank yourself.  Taking time for yourself is important.
  • Try yoga more than once.  There a numerous varieties of yoga, styles of teaching, and yoga experiences.  Often it will take a several times to find the yoga class that is right for you.

Still have questions?  Feel free to contact us at 785 587 8300

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